I find some of my most significant breakthroughs occur while I am occupying the totality of my person. Thus, I like to involve myself in physical exertion, such as a long run, while listening to music involving my spirit, while reading philosophical text involving my mind (though when I speak of my body, my mind, and my spirit, I am using artificial delineation – these are loose overlapping categorizations). The point is that I can understand “I” better, when I am involving “I” in some form of totality. It may be argued that this totality does not exist because I am dividing “I” among multiple activities. But I am not certain as whether or not the multiplicity and the simultaneity of my pursuits quiet me in such a way as to allow the “knowings” to break through my conscious walls.