KI in Daily Life

KI in Daily Life Technology today touches nearly every part of our lives Through even impressive development of machines the process continues Computers put men out of work pushing a single button is enough to start

  • Title: KI in Daily Life
  • Author: Koichi Tohei
  • ISBN: 9784889960716
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Technology today touches nearly every part of our lives Through even impressive development of machines, the process continues Computers put men out of work pushing a single button is enough to start a nuclear war Gradually, though, the world has begun to remember that it is man for whom the machines must work, and not the other way around We recognize now that sTechnology today touches nearly every part of our lives Through even impressive development of machines, the process continues Computers put men out of work pushing a single button is enough to start a nuclear war Gradually, though, the world has begun to remember that it is man for whom the machines must work, and not the other way around We recognize now that science, for all its achievements, has done little to help us understand ourselves or realize our potential There is no sense in waiting for science to do it for us Each of us must now take it upon himself to understand his true nature and strength The Chinese classic Saikontan says that we stand like beggars at the gate, forgetting the infinite power given us by the universe Instead of shrinking from this potential, we should be thankful for it we should strive to manifest it and help others to do the same The author regards his Four Basic Principles to Unify Mind and Body as having been given to him by the universe to spread the way of the universe There have been many who have grasped unification of mind and body Very few, however, could teach it Fewer still could teach how to teach it Those who learn the four basic principles as explained in this book have come to understand not only how to unify their own minds and bodies, but also how to teach it to others The author, founder of the Ki Society International, presents the philosophical groundwork and specific disciplines by which the individual may attune himself or herself with the hi life energy of the universe and thrive in health and harmony, without fatigue or depression.

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    1 thought on “KI in Daily Life”

    1. If you want to know the way, why, and how of ki, this is the book. Even if you don't do martial arts, this is a great how-to book on how to cultivate and maintain a positive attitude and be in control of your own mind. Also has illustrations on mind-over-body demonstrations and techniques.

    2. This book is a very practical look at a very ambiguous, elusive topic: ki (energy). The author is very careful to avoid mysticism or quasi-religious proselytizing. Instead, he makes a very plausible case for how we experience, transmit, and affect energy in our everyday lives. This is a truly insightful book for aikidoda and those who pay any attention to the internal dimension of martial arts and daily living.

    3. Well, I guess I was kind of disappointed, but what did I expect, really?This is pretty much a self-help book and at that a self-help book written by an extremely disciplined Japanese aikido master who studied with its founder for many years. He constructed his own style of aikido based on his theories of and experiments with _ki_, the kind of "life force" that animates all things.A lot of it admittedly was insightful and interesting but I don't know if it was the translation or if it was a littl [...]

    4. A classic work by a master. This is practical rather than esoteric and teaches you how to incorporate simple techniques to improve your mind, body and spirit.

    5. I haven't read through it completely, but this book is not really meant for the individual. There are few single-person exercises.It also talks a lot while saying the same things over and over. Perhaps this is meant to drive the point home and/or motivate you, but it just seems monotonous to me.

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