Wednesday, 25. October 2006
Body Mind & Modem
Finding greater inner peace doesn't have to be a vague, metaphysical pursuit. Aikido Kokikai offers you clear and pragmatic ideas to help you catch a better feeling today, and then grow that feeling throughout your life. These four basic principles can seem simple, or extraordinarily complex. But the amazing thing is, they seem to apply to absolutely everything we encounter in life.
Body Mind And Modem: Ki Basics
What are ki exercices?
There is a lot of discussion about ki, as though it is some kind of mysterious force. But actually, everyone has experienced ki in their life. And we can all learn to increase our ki power.
Ki can be thought of as positive thinking, belief in yourself, faith, confidence, or a state of mind/body unification. You have used ki quite naturally many times in your life, at those moments when something totally captured your interest and imagination. It may have been while you were playing a sport, working late into the morning on a project that was important to you, playing with your child, or simply spending time with someone you love.
Body Mind And Modem: Ki Exercises
Want to learn more about the unusual martial art that inspired the Body Mind & Modem Web Site? This is the place to do it. Learn why training to defend yourself against violent attacks helps you to develop inner peace. Discover more about the incredible man who founded Aikido Kokikai. Find out about the dojo (school) where the Body Mind & Modem Web Site originated. And other equally fascinating stuff.
Body Mind & Modem
|The best thing about mind/body training is how it makes you feel inside. But maybe the second best thing is, it lets you do impressive stuff you couldn't do otherwise. Like make it impossible for someone much bigger than yourself to bend your arm. Or make your body feel so heavy that two people can't lift you off the ground - even though they could a moment before. These Cool Ki Tricks are certainly cool, but they also teach you a lot about your mind/body state.|
Body Mind And Modem:
Cool Ki Tricks
by Aikido Kokikai of Rochester.
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