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I'm afraid that my experience is that the 10,000 hour rule holds true for reading. Getting something you already want to read and getting started is likely the best way to improve speed and comprehension. When you need to read something that holds no intrinsic interest for you, the skills you developed reading stuff you enjoy will often be transferable. ...
Personally, I like using standing-height work surfaces for short intervals. I work for a little and then walk to get a drink and come back. It gives me the benefit of walking while being able to write. I haven't fully converted to the standing desk movement, but I'm considering it. Standing for long periods definitely takes getting used to. That being said, ...
On the topic of chairs I'd recommend: http://www.humanics-es.com/rethinkingsitting.htm ("Rethinking ergonomic sitting and seating ergonomics" by Humanics Ergonomics).
In my opinion you are not doing anything wrong. What you experience sounds a lot like you may just be experiencing the 1st jhana. I highly recommend you to read Ajahn Brahms books/articles and watch his videos on the net. He often talks about these kinds of phenomena (e.g. google "Ajahn Brahm" + "beautiful breath" etc.) I think what he proposes is to get ...
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