Clear'Waters

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  1. Too Much and Not Enough

    Too much water will kill you, but without enough water you die. Too much sun can kill you, but without the sun life on earth wouldn't exist. Too much medicine creates more ailments, but not enough treatments would leave the problem unsolved. (I wanted to start a thread with this type of format continuing)
  2. Intent vs Visualization

    Look up Yi and Nian.. I think this would help clarify...
  3. supplement to practice

    Houston
  4. supplement to practice

    I have recently become intrested in Tai Chi... I wanted to know where to start... Any suggestions? I heard yang style is good. Im trying to supplement my practice i am already doing...
  5. Buddhism and Daoism

    Sorry, I had to re-read this.. I would also like to thank you for posting it
  6. How to balance daily life with daily practice

    Thank you.. I guess it is like my inhaling/ exhaling in 'practice'.. The more I consider it boundries between them, the more rough and seperated they are
  7. How to balance daily life with daily practice

    Yeah i can agree with that aspect
  8. How to balance daily life with daily practice

    Do you set an alarm, or what?
  9. How to balance daily life with daily practice

    Yeah, maybe its because im making a distinction between the two
  10. How to balance daily life with daily practice

    That makes sense, thank you
  11. How to balance daily life with daily practice

    Thank you
  12. When practice and normal domestic life clashes, what is one suppose to do? I have been trying to evade this situation, but it seems like it countinues to be unresolved as a result. Any advice?
  13. Meta-cognitive Thinking for Abstinence

    Its ok.. I understand. I was only giving a minor method that works for me when I am in public.. I see your point of view though...
  14. Meta-cognitive Thinking for Abstinence

    In many daoist texts, they refer to the 'shen' as mind or spirit, which in turn is followed by qi. So really, if ones qi is turbid one should first calm the mind and the qi will follow its calmness.
  15. simplify

    immaculate