Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Power of Love

The Power of Love
All things that exist in our world vibrate. This universal law is why many scientists are now developing theories that agree with the spiritual concept that we are part of everything and everything is a part of us. The spiritual science movement considers thought to be a spiritual act that has the power to manifest itself into reality, especially thoughts that we consistently focus on with great emotion.

When you consider the fact all things in the visible and invisible worlds are vibrating at different frequencies, it is not difficult to understand how the vibration of your thought frequency can attract the visible and invisible frequencies that correspond to your thought. We attract to ourselves the subject of our thought, and love is the most powerful thought vibration that we have. You might ask why I say this. The answer is easy: What you give you get.

The powerful frequency of unconditional love can allow a mother to heal a sore arm of her child by just rubbing it. That same frequency can give that mother strength to pick up the front end of a car to save her child. There are many spiritual stories about the laying of hands where through love people are healed by touch. I learned about the power of frequency of unconditional love while training to become a Taoist Ki master in the mountains of South Korea.

Ki masters use sound vibration and touch to open energy blockages to address stress and pain in people that they treat. This is done by tapping into the vibrational frequency of unconditional love to help the person that they treat, be they loved ones or strangers.
It is wise to always have Health, Wealth and Love in your thought as much as possible, if what you think about often is attracted to you in a physical form you might as well think about the things that you want; not the things that you fear or don’t want in your life.

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The Book of Five Rings

The Book of Five Rings
I often write about Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” one of the most influential books on strategy in the world. This ancient Taoist classic is the foundation of my Urbanology Strategic Management System. Miyamoto Musashi’s Go Rin No Sho better known as ”The Book of Five Rings” so played a major part in my study of the art of strategy. Unlike Sun Tzu’s concept of winning without fighting, Musashi assumed doing battle to be a way of life; he thus focused on the psychology and physic of the lethal assault and considered decisive victory the essence of any battle

While I prefer winning without fighting, Musashi helps in the understanding of how to win if you must fight. I was introduced to “The Book of Five Rings” while studying Kendo with Grand Master Lamarr Thornton. Kendo is the art of Japanese fencing. It was a difficult time in my life both personally and professionally when Master Thornton suggested that I study Kendo as a strategy to best address the physical and psychological battles I was having with myself.

Miyamoto Musashi was considered one of Japan’s greatest samurai fencers. He never lost a duel. To prove that strategy, not strength or skill, was the most important element to achieve victoty, Musashi midway in his life as a fencer, began using only wooden swords to win his many battles. To understand kendo, you must understand the mind of the samurai, which is why “The Book of Five Rings” is considered required reading in the study of Kendo.

Business executives in Japan and now throughout the world use Musashi’s strategic philosophy as a guide for their daily decisions. Understanding the relationship between battle strategies of fencing and everyday conflict maybe difficult for some, but it is important information to have when developing a strategic plan for battle.
I truly believe that it is best to learn how to win without fighting, but if you must do battle, fight with the heart of a samurai.

Autumn the Season of Metal

Autumn the Season of Metal
When you enter the meditation and training room at the Harlem Ki Energy Center, you will see a circular symbol which represents the five elements Fire, Water, Wood, Earth and Metal.  This symbol is called the Symbol of Truth by many Taoist because the five elements are considered to be the true foundations of life. Autumn is the season of the element of metal. Each of the five elements has a relationship with the universes and the human body.

The Yin/Yang organs that correspond to the element of Metal are the Lungs (Yin) and the Large Intestine (Yang). It is very important to develop a detoxification strategy in autumn, to prepare for the coming winter. More people die from colon cancer and lung cancer than any other cancer related disease. Special attention should always be given to the care of the lungs and large intestine in the autumn.

The large intestine is the last part of the digestive system in humans and all vertebrate animals. Its function is to absorb water from the remaining indigestible food matter and then pass useless waste material from the body. The large intestine consists of the cecum, colon, rectum and anal canal.The lungs mix blood with oxygen, and expel used air, carbon dioxide, and other toxins. The lungs control skin and sweat. The following are recommended ways to detoxify the large intestine and the lungs.

Ki Energy treatments always start with detoxifying pressure to vital organs located in the abdominal area and the four lung detox points; a very good reason to have Ki treatments especially in the autumn. There are also special Ki breathing exercises that we teach that can address the lungs during this autumn season of metal.
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