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George Ohsawa (Nyoiti Sakurazawa)

Yukikazu (Nyoiti) Sakurazawa (George Ohsawa was later his pseudonym in Europe) was one of the greatest path masters and benefactors of our time. Unfortunately, only very few people really understand it, because his teaching – just like that of Jesus – is a concentrate, and almost no one takes the

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Understand and apply beliefs correctly

A belief is the linguistic expression of something that someone believes in what someone thinks to be true. Beliefs in NLP are an expression of inner models that each person continuously designs and must constantly design in order to orientate himself in the world. Other terms for this are: beliefs,

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Tai Chi – energy work for body and mind

Tai Chi (also spelled Tai Chi Chuan, Taiji or Taijiquan) was originally developed as a martial art that is performed in forms of “Kata”. What is tai chi There are different spellings such as B. Tàijíquán, T’ai Chi Ch’uan, Taijiquan and Taiji Quan. In the German-speaking world, “Tai Chi or

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What is a true sensei (path master)?

The Japanese term sensei denotes the “previously born” and is in everyday language a respectful form of address for every teacher in Budō, a title that can be used from a certain level of development. The term is also used for other high ranks (e.g. professor, doctor, master, etc.). What

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Mushotoku – Without striving for personal gain

In Japanese, Mushotoku means “not wanting to attain anything, not having a goal”. This is the essence of Zen of Master Dogen and all the patriarchs. What does mushotoku mean? Mushotoku is a concept found in Zen teachings. It means: Without striving for personal gain. Doing the best you can

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Illustration: The inexhaustible QI source

The principles of letting QI flow

“From the ‘nothing’, ‘QI’ was born as a unique energy. This in turn gave birth to the great Yin and the great Yang “. This is what the ancient Taoist masters say. What is QI? QI, which can also be described as flowing life force, is present everywhere in nature,

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yin and yang picture

Yin and Yang – explained by the expert

Yin and Yang (Chinese陰陽/阴阳, Pinyin yīn yáng ) are two terms used in Chinese philosophy, especially Daoism. Yin represents centrifugal force, expansion. Yang represents the centripetal force, the contraction. If you understand this tenet, you can deduce everything else from it and understand inYology. It is also one of the

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Corona measures – only to protect your health

All of this is only to protect your health! That is why we – the GOVERNMENT – promote the following: extremely unhealthy food, toxic vaccines, baby food with extremely high levels of sugar, fluoride toothpaste, mass animal torture meat, dairy products en masse, GMO hybrid wheat, glyphosate in the fields

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