Author: jazz

Monk story: That is his problem not mine

Story of the monk who is walking down the street with one of his students and this one bully comes by and attacks him. The monk falls and keeps taking the beating. Once the bully leaves, his student, all shaken up, asked why he did nothing to defend himself and teach the bully how wrong/bad
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A Journey Called LIFE

Story of Month: A Journey Called LIFE A mouse looked through the crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife open a package. “What food might this contain?” the mouse wondered. He was devastated to discover it was a mousetrap. Retreating to the farmyard, the mouse proclaimed this warning : “There… is
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Breathing Styles for Qigong

Natural breath: How we breathe all the time without thinking. Cleansing Breath: Inhaling through the nose and exhaling through the mouth. Tonic breath: Inhaling through the mouth and exhaling through the nose. Alternate breath: Inhaling through one nostril and exhaling through the other. Natural deep breath: When we stretch our arms wide open and take
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Reduce Stress

I have heard it quoted many times that 80 percent of the diseases are caused my over selves mainly due to stress. They are psychosomatic in nature; symptoms caused by mental and emotional disturbances. Disease is disturbance or in ease due to us going against the natural flow or being aware of one law. What
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You seek knowledge from books…

“You seek knowledge from books. What a shame!… You are an ocean of knowledge hidden in a dew drop…” Rumi -my grandfather always stressed to me – when we start on spiritual path, we need to forget all we know, we have gained, all the degrees we may have earned, books we have read etc
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Importance of having a sound body

Some of us question the necessity of physical exercises like Yoga/Tai Chi/ Mao Shan Five Elements and others want to practice Meditation and find ourselves with pain in back or neck – unhealthy and falling sleep. Here is a nice section I found while reading book by Master Jou, that reminds of why we should
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Its the Foolish one that knows the Tao

Max reminded us…. “Its the Foolish one that knows the Tao Remember to Surrender & Smile … (key to raising Kunlun) its the foolish one that knows Kunlun – as said by Max. “The wise one hears of the Tao and practices it diligently. The average student hears of the Tao and gives it thought
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Five Elements of Mao Shan Chi Gong

Maoshan 5 Elements Chi Gung – this breathing and standing Chi Gung will allow one to balance the five main organs of the body.There are 5 postures that one stands and holds. One for each element and an part of the body. 1. Wood: stand with hands straight to sides 2. Fire: stand with hands
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