mindful poise: camouflage, even the neural kind, allows us to blend in with our surroundings, to hide in plain sight. What we often neglect to consider is the behaviour of the camouflaged: does this jaguar specimen hold its breath? Does it breathe quick or slow, moving in time with the leaves or the roots? Is it tense or relaxed, like a vine or a branch? Is it fully mindful of itself or does it meld and blend to experience oneness with the undergrowth, a patient patch of jungle?