Valentine’s day is a day meant for love. But typically, the love is projected outward rather than inward. What if, instead of focusing so much love outward, you focused some of it inward? Would that be wrong?
For years, I’ve struggled to attach a price to these arts. I mean, what the heck should I charge for priceless healing arts that literally saved my life? Not an easy question to answer! It’s a question that many Tai Chi, Yoga, and Meditation teachers all over the country are also struggling to answer.
It’s that time of the year again: Time break your New Year’s resolutions! Okay, maybe not yet. Maybe you’ll last a few more days, or even weeks. But chances are, you’re not going to keep those resolutions. And you probably know it.
What if there was a technique with the power to dramatically increase your overall happiness in 2013? What if, by practicing this one technique, you could also strengthen all of your New Year’s resolutions? And what if the technique was not only simple, but enjoyable. Would you be interested?
It’s that time of year again! Time to gather with family, relax, enjoy good food and conversation, and leave all of your stress behind. Right? If that’s not how you typically experience the holiday season, if you need some help staying Zen during the holiday season, then here are 5 tips that you can start using immediately.
It’s election season, which means that political conversations are getting hot. Are you having trouble finding your Zen during online or face-to-face conversations? If so, then I’ve got some ideas for you.
I was there in NYC when the towers fell. Like most Americans, I watched it happen on TV. Unlike most Americans, I could also see the smoke from my roof top.
The ultimate aim of Tai Chi Chuan practice is to return to the Limitless Void (Tai Chi). It is also the ultimate aim of all great spiritual training and all known world religions. Because this great truth is expressed in different terms by different peoples (like attaining Tao, realizing Buddhahood, or returning to God), it may have different connotations for different people.
When the great Bodidharma arrived at the Shaolin Temple in the 6th Centuray AD, he taught 3 sets of Qigong exercises to the monks. They were: 1) The 18 Lohan Hands, 2) The Classic of Sinew Metamorphosis, and 3) The Classic of Bone Marrow Cleansing. This article will discuss the history, philosophy, and practice of The Classic of Sinew Metamorphosis. The other two sets will be discussed in future articles.