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Qigong is energy training and makes use of a Zen state of mind.

The soft style of the Eight Section Brocade, or Eight Treasures Exercises, emphasizing Daoist exercise methods and aims, is arguably now the most popular qigong exercise set practiced all around the world.

  • also known as Chi Kung

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Purification of the mind, body, and spirit.

Aikido training may be looked upon as a means of purifying oneself; eliminating defiling characteristics from one's mind or personality. Although there are some specific exercises for misogi practice, such as breathing exercises, in point of fact, every aspect of aikido training may be looked upon as misogi. This, however, is a matter of one's attitude or approach to training, rather than an objective feature of the training itself.

  • Misogi Kokyuho is a practice of the founder of ki-Aikido.

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Genius is an indescribable and possibly ineffable quality, mostly because it is not thought to be a giftable state of mind.

Genius is a lucidity within the construct of a person's own mind. Its expression or even mere understanding is frequently bound by constraints due to language [ 1 ] See also the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, which while wrong has some things to think about. , culture, education, motivation or environment.

If there is but one quality which describes the separation between creatures in this universe, it is the qualities that is genius.

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1. See also the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, which while wrong has some things to think about.

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There are those who want to relinquish power, believing that others are more capable and therefore qualified than themselves to run aspects of their life or world for them. This could be ignorance, this could be laziness, this could be willful. Fnord is a related hesitation. Or I could be completely wrong.

I tend to additionally attribute fnord to concepts of doublethink and doublespeak.

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