Over the years we have seen a lot of new students that come through the doors of the school. Let’s face it; it is a little uneasy… Read more “Some Basic Etiquette for New Students”
Category: Protecting Essential Human Nature
Is your programing running you? Or are you running your programs? A lesson from an old river guide.
One of the things that I learned being a river guide, (Many years ago) not to mention my many years of practicing all of the Arts that… Read more “Is your programing running you? Or are you running your programs? A lesson from an old river guide.”
Pick Your Stories Wisely
I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge. That myth is more potent than history. That dreams are more powerful than facts. That hope always triumphs over… Read more “Pick Your Stories Wisely”
How to Eat the Moon
In one part of my life, I am a photographer, Food, and People. I have worked over the years with many foodies and have cooked some pretty tasty meals myself,… Read more “How to Eat the Moon”
Looking out for Unwritten Expectation.
(***Post warning , If you like thinking meditation, and paying attention is about, relaxation, following your bliss, and health, you probably should distract yourself, go chase rainbows… Read more “Looking out for Unwritten Expectation.”
Cultivating Different Ways of Thinking and Interacting
An aspect of the Ancient Chinese Health Arts that is great fun is learning to think differently. We all get in ruts and as humans we have… Read more “Cultivating Different Ways of Thinking and Interacting”
This Confounding Human Consciousness
One of the most slippery aspects of learning about the body/mind is this confounding human consciousness. A very human belief is that how we perceive life is… Read more “This Confounding Human Consciousness”
What is a Sifu?
Today is my Sifu’s training anniversary. One of the things that these arts have taught me is to honor, pay respect to, and remember those who have… Read more “What is a Sifu?”
Perceive the World?
After many years of engaging my thoughts and imagination with movement and meditation, I am reminded daily how much my thoughts affect not only my body/mind but also how I perceive the… Read more “Perceive the World?”
One of the things about the cultivation of the Internal arts is that chi doesn’t like to move through tension. Practitioners throughout the ages have had to… Read more “On Relaxation”