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Pyramid Poetry

April 30th, 2021|Categories: Climb the Joyous Mountain|

Haiku, the Japanese 17-syllable poems, have become exceedingly popular in the West. Many translations (some in rhyme and some not) of Basho, Buson, Issa, and other poets have appeared. Frequently, Westerners have attempted to write in the familiar three-line (five syllable, seven syllable, five [...]

Evolution & Awareness

April 25th, 2021|Categories: Heightened Awareness|

It should be obvious that not all people will get the same results from these practices. The reason is simple: we are not all at the same level of evolution. Some of us are more highly evolved than others. All people, all species, are [...]

Working with the Breath

April 10th, 2021|Categories: Meditation For Healing|

The two forms of Reverse Meditative Breathing play a dual role in healing meditation. First, it is extremely useful as a preliminary to other types of meditation. If those who do Mantra meditation, for example, will perform the two Reverse Meditative Breaths before [...]

Justin’s Instructional Video Streaming

April 9th, 2021|Categories: News|

  Boost immunity • Increase energy • Find peace T'ai Chi Chih is an evidence-based method for finding inner peace, wellness, joy and better health. Consistent practice keeps you centered, grounded and calm in difficult situations. ••• Join more than 250,000 who have already experienced [...]

Circulating the Chi

April 5th, 2021|Categories: Meditation For Healing|

The secret Nei Kung (pronounced nei gung in Chinese and nai kan in Japanese) is a comparatively simple meditation that has great healing properties. It is little known because it is generally considered part of an oral tradition; that is, it is usually [...]

Introduction‌ to Heightened Awareness

March 26th, 2021|Categories: Heightened Awareness|

There are sincere, seeking people who go away every weekend to a different retreat or seminar, hoping to acquire in a few days, wisdom they do not have. They expect to receive it from outside, not from within. Unfortunately, they are confusing wisdom with [...]

The Meaning of Suffering

March 22nd, 2021|Categories: Climb the Joyous Mountain|

The Buddha, 2500 years ago, pointed out that three conditions are common to all beings: impermanence, lack of any lasting ego-self, and suffering. Dukkha (suffering) means more than pain as the opposite of pleasure, and the Buddha said that such suffering is the inevitable [...]

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