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Friday, July 8, 2011


Not exactly, because I am intrigued by the idea of embodied cognition,  which I found out about via through my favorite podcast EVER  a  podcast by Ginger Campell, MD.

My name is John Seaberg, and I am one of the few, the proud, the brain injured, (which I address in this video, recently presented at a South Carolina brain injury conference.) I was fortunate enough to experience this horribly remarkable event on a  chilly morning while guzzling obscene amounts of liquor and taking, over the course of the night, 14 2mg Xanax.
To this day, I still have the .380 hollow point bullet, fashioned into a necklace, to remind me of how far I have come, and how far I've yet to go. And the bullet, still has bits of my skull ensconced in its tiny little Philips head.
What I hope to do, gentle reader, in this little blog of mine, which I am gonna let it shine, hopefully, my thoughts and perspectives, unstained but biased, on the research I have done on the  brain, what I like to call the universe within, though I am fairly certain that mot juste has been used to describe the brain. that three pound  organ before.
So, faster than a speeding .380 hollow point, let us begin.