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The art of Tai Chi Chuan and the development of Natural Awareness


Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese art whose popularity increased in recent years. It ‘a martial art, even if today is proposed and practiced in different ways and with different purposes. It’s an internal martial art, in the sense that … Continue reading

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Love and Self Development: Long Distance Relationship


Some days ago, speaking with some friends, we started an interesting but also important discussion about the long distance relationship. The majority of the friends accorded that such relation is almost impossible. This drove me to ponder about this very … Continue reading

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“Good” Karma- “Bad” Karma


Often we hear speaking or we speak from ourselves words such as “This is a good Karma” or “You have really a bad Karma”, “It’s your Karmic baggage…” etc… One of the main and greatest principle who governs our life … Continue reading

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The Meaning of The Inner Research


Somethimes, what arises in my mind is a question that i consider common between those who are involved in a work of self development. After all the successes and failures, good and bad moments, doubts and discovering that there’s any … Continue reading

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The Four Reliances


First, rely on the spirit and meaning of the teachings, not on the words; Second, rely on the teachings, not on the personality of the teacher; Third, rely on real wisdom, not superficial interpretation; And fourth, rely on the essence … Continue reading

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Jiddu Krishnamurti on Truth


Question: There is a prevalent assumption these days that everything is relative, a matter of personal opinion, that there is no such thing as truth or fact independent of personal perception. What is an intelligent response to this belief? Jiddu … Continue reading

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Jiddu Krishnamurti on Pain


Question: Does not thought originate as a defence against pain? The infant begins to think in order to separate itself from physical pain. Is thought – which is psychological knowledge – the result of pain, or is pain the result … Continue reading

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Gurdjieff’s I Am Exercise


from Possible Foundations Of Inner Exercises Blake, A. G. E. Outline Gurdjieff refers to this exercise as the “compromise” exercise. In this exercise, attention is divided between the breathing and the head brain and the results of this are gathered … Continue reading

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Basic Concepts of the Gurdjieff’s Teaching


This essay is an attempt to survey Gurdjieff’s central ideas, locate his sources and to delineate the main reasons for his “Work”, chief methods, as well as to evaluate its place in history and in the present. Gurdjieff’s vison of … Continue reading

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