ld work. She helped me find a position similar to this for reading in bed—one of the great joys of my life.
“Think about the space between the back of your head and the screen,” Lindsay said as I sat in my pillowy throne. “Don’t overfixate your eyes—think of them softening, be careful not to tighten your jaw or your tongue, and think of your legs lengthening,” she said, reiterating some of the general lessons I had learned in my classes with her.
This position was also quite comfortable for writing by hand in a notebook. For writing by hand I could also sit cross-legged with my notebook on two pillows. However, lying on my stomach and propped