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Life is simple when we are in Sync with the available resources present in Nature. In his new blog Bamboo Grove, Liu Ming characterizes the large and the small cycles of movement in Nature as they change from day to day. The blog includes Qi-Nodes, Moons, Medicine Recipes, Quotes, and Audio Clips...
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Life is simple when we are in Sync with the available resources present in Nature. In his new blog Bamboo Grove, Liu Ming characterizes the large and the small cycles of movement in Nature as they change from day to day. The blog includes Qi-Nodes, Moons, Medicine Recipes, Quotes, and Audio Clips...
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Terrific online resource:  Browse through the online Wisdom Publications catalog or enjoy their thought provoking Blogs and inspiring works by leading authors on the subjects of meditation and mindful living, Tibetan Buddhism, Zen, academic collections, and Buddhism and psychology texts, to name...
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Earlier this month, Wisdom Publications asked Bob Rosenbaum, author of "Walking the Way: 81 Zen Encounters with the Tao Te Ching" to write something about Love for their BLOG. In his usual masterfully lyrical, compassionate writing style, Bob leads us into a deeper more expansive understanding of...
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Earlier this month, Wisdom Publications asked Bob Rosenbaum, author of "Walking the Way: 81 Zen Encounters with the Tao Te Ching" to write something about Love for their BLOG. In his usual masterfully lyrical, compassionate writing style, Bob leads us into a deeper more expansive understanding of...
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Earlier this month, Wisdom Publications asked Bob Rosenbaum, author of "Walking the Way: 81 Zen Encounters with the Tao Te Ching" to write something about Love for their BLOG. In his usual masterfully lyrical, compassionate writing style, Bob leads us into a deeper more expansive understanding of...
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Earlier this month, Wisdom Publications asked Bob Rosenbaum, author of "Walking the Way: 81 Zen Encounters with the Tao Te Ching" to write something about Love for their BLOG. In his usual masterfully lyrical, compassionate writing style, Bob leads us into a deeper more expansive understanding of...
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I know many of us think we are too busy to meditate, and many others say (almost with pride-tinged embarrassment) things like, "Oh, I can't meditate. I've got too much of a monkey mind." So if you need a little more encouragement, here is a video about what neuroscience tell us through research...
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Kudos to the editing team who worked with Master Hui Liu for over a year on refinements to her Dayan Qigong/Wen Wu School text book. The 2015, 3rd edition text is substantially different from the 2006, 2nd edition. The information flows well and is annotated nicely. Titles for warm-ups, massages,...
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Kudos to the editing team who worked with Master Hui Liu for over a year on refinements to her Dayan Qigong/Wen Wu School text book. The 2015, 3rd edition text is substantially different from the 2006, 2nd edition. The information flows well and is annotated nicely. Titles for warm-ups, massages,...

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