Ours is a world that runs on over-intellectualization, to the exclusion of other ways of knowing, and us brain-owners pay a surprisingly high price for it. The sensorium - the grand set of faculties we have for sensing our environment - is an under-utilized but supremely powerful avenue for a different way of knowing, doing, and being. It is here that I explore the spiraling origins and implications these neglected features of ourselves, as well as the self-destructive yet self-propagating nature of the narrative task-master we call our consciousness. Or, I write about whatever interests me.