Time again for news from the blogosphere.

This time two sites at opposite ends of the reality spectrum – one on metaphysics and the other on physical fitness.

What Is Metaphysics dot com is a site authored by Jason Randhawa (Canadian born of Indian parents). What is metaphysics – according to Jason it is the non-physical dimension to our experience.

I have some problems with this idea – I prefer to see the human experience as a unity of different dimensions (the spiritual has a physical dimension and the physical has a spiritual dimension and so on).

However this doesn’t mean that the site isn’t full of good stuff. And the good news is that there is a lot of information available for free. From how he writes and the way the site is packed with resources you get the feeling that Jason has a generous spirit.

There are lots of articles (most by Jason some by others) and links on a wide range of topics: New Age, the nature of reality, metaphysical courses and metaphysical science as well as others. This site has lots of content.

This makes it a great site to start with if you want to investigate metaphysics. He also provides an ezine and recommends books and other resources if you want to go more deeply into metaphysics.

Total Lifetime Fitness concentrates resolutely on the physical. It is a site dedicated to exercise and diet. It has book reviews and lots of useful information on eating right and staying fit.

Total Lifetime Fitness is authored by David Lemberg, a retired Chiropractic orthopedist.

All the articles are referenced to academic journals or seriously weighty books. No fluff here. If you want to know where David got his information from or where to find out more then you only have to follow the references.

I don’t want to give the impression that this is dry academic stuff, David writes accessibly and in a reader-friendly way. He also writes about how the information is useful to you – nothing abstract or esoteric.

If you are into serious training this is a great site. If you are just interested in learning more about physical fitness (diet and exercise) then there is heaps of practical and useful information for you too.

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5 Comments to “Metaphysics and Physical Fitness”

  1. Robin says:

    Hi there Evan – thanks for the info re the metaphysics site – I’ll check it out! Cheers.

  2. Evan says:

    Hi Robin,

    Hope you like the site.

    Thanks for your comment.

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  4. I love your thoughts! I normally don\’t even bother to leave comments, but I wanted to let you know that you hit the nail on the head!

  5. Evan says:

    Thanks BcS,

    I’m glad you liked it.

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