We are in a Lourdes, France, place of miracles. Our room has a kitchen and we have come back from the market. We invite you to join us for lunch! 423 more words
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I have been pondering my path lately, and come up with an inescapable conclusion: no one religion can give me what I need. Though I still hold to Buddhism as the foundation for my practice, I can’t get away from the large chunks of Shinto that keep worming in, and the pull of Hinduism is still too strong. 406 more words
We are going to encounter a wide range of opinions and descriptions. We will start with the martial arts, go through the oriental religious and esoteric views, into the New World and the Ancient in search of not just the definition, but also the answer to the question “why do people practice shen gong? 904 more words
A practice is renewable. Some energy is renewable. Religion is renewable. Mysticism is renewable.
Evil is not renewable. It is a downward spiral. 118 more words