THE WISDOM SERIES PART ONE

LIVING A LIE How do we perceive life and reality? Are we going through life with our own perceptions and definitions of life and reality, or are we going through life as subjects of our culture and the society from which we spring? What we think determines what we...

Concept of Qigong

Concept of Qigong ‘…training mind to direct qi to produce phenomena and healing result…’ Qi is the vital energy or the life force on the inside and the outside of the body. Gong means to make it work and to produce energy. Qigong means practitioner training mind to...

The Cracked Pot

An elderly Chinese woman had two large pots, each hung on the ends of a pole which she carried across her neck.   One of the pots had a crack in it while the other pot was perfect and always delivered a full portion of water. At the end of the long walks from the...

THE ART OF HEALING

"The most Divine art is healing. It must occupy itself with the soul as well as the body."                                                         --Pythagoras.   To heal, really heal, one must become whole, which is what healing means, to become whole. To help...

Lama Says (03/13/17)

LAMA SAYS: A student comes to Lama and asks him with great concern. Student: Lama, everything in the world is falling apart- our institutions are falling apart, our religions are falling apart, our governments, our schools, our communities, our families, our...

Lama Says (03/07/17)

Lama says, "We shouldn’t be looking for our essential- or real- self, let alone seeking to embrace it, because there is no true, permanent, or unified self to begin with. Human beings are messy, complex, multidimensional creatures, a jumble of conflicting emotions and...

What Is Tai Chi?

The most divine art: Healing "The most Divine art is healing. It must occupy itself with the soul as well as the body." --Pythagoras To heal, really heal, one must become whole, which is what healing means, to become whole. To help one become whole, one must heal an...

Giving Up The Search

When western man first began his search, he looked to the sky for answers and inspiration, outside of his body and outside of his awareness. He was looking up and away from his body and imagining a truth that somehow was to be found beyond his personal capacity to...

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