I also decided to break up the movements more often. Rather than trying to blast through 30-45 minutes at a time, when I need a break from my work or something else I'm doing, I can spend 5-10 minutes creeping or crawling throughout my day. This doesn't work so well when I'm at work (obviously), but when I'm working from home, it's a great way to think about it, and it's much easier on the mind and body.
Finally, I want to reiterate that this program (BrainHighways.com) really works. I find myself thinking more deeply than I have since I was a child. I'm totally serious about this. I mean, obviously during my advanced education I had to think deeply about issues, but what I'm trying to say is that this is the first time it's been easier to think more deeply. I don't have the gift or talent to describe things very well, so I'll continue working on this idea, and I hope to be better able to explain it in the future. Does anyone else feel that they don't think deeply and wonder why they don't? Does anyone else find that so much nonsensical stimuli floats and flies around in their brain causing them to NOT think more deeply? I'm just curious what other people think about these brain issues. I've always known I can't possibly be the only person with these problems, but because I rarely talked about them nor knew how to communicate the experience to others, I've never in my life found anyone else who deals with brain disorganization. I want to meet and converse with like-brained individuals.
By the way, thanks to those of you who have written comments on my page. I so appreciate them, and I try to respond when I can. I'm thrilled to hear from anyone, whether your issue is chronic pain, depression, brain disorganization, etc. If you feel particularly that you have a disorganized brain, I'd love to hear how you describe the feeling.