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Posted on January 12, 2015 by Qi 气 on China, Feng Shui, Health, Martial Arts, Meditation, Music, Philosophy, Qi, Tai Chi, Wellness

Meditation in motion

T’ai Chi is a martial art whose emphasis has changed from external defence against attackers to internal defence against stress and illness. In T’aiChi, of Chinese origin, or Tao Ki, the Japanese version, a system of slow, rhythmic movements channels Qi through the body, removing blockages that cause physical illness and releasing physical stress accumulated […]

Posted on January 5, 2015 by Qi 气 on BaGua, China, Chinese Culture, Confucius, Cosmic Breath, Darth Vader, Duality, Eastern Philosophy, Enemy, Energy, Enlightenment, Feng Shui, George Lucas, Hero, Human experience, I Ching, Joseph Campbell, Living, Luke Skywalker, Martial Arts, Metaphysics, Mindfulness, Movies, Mythology, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Outer Space, Philosophy, Popular Culture, Qi, Star Wars, The Universe, Travel, Yang, Yin

The Force

How are Feng Shui, Star Wars, Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung interrelated? When Star Wars ‘A new hope’ was released in 1977, it was one of the first films, with its cosmic scale and theme of a transcendental “force” that suggested powers for those who can align with it. The plot revolved around the concept […]