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United Nations to deliver over 50,000 signatures requesting that a
Global Oneness Day be established.
Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury, who received us said, “I believe that unless we have a sense of solidarity among the peoples of the world, all our efforts of peace and security will go nowhere.”The key question is how do we create a culture of solidarity? Do we create it through state enforced socialism or communism or do we create it voluntarily through awareness/awakening to that which we already are: connected with all of life; a part of the one presence that many quantum physicists reveal is the one true reality/ultimate reality. You probably know that many quantum physicists are writing about and speaking about the connection in all of life. Related to this, many are sharing of our inherent solidarity and natural desire to collaborate, not compete. What is perplexing is that this knowledge, this awareness, is very limited in the mainstream. It is estimated that only 5-10% of the world’s population has awareness of our connection, our Oneness (and our solidarity). This is precisely why the United Nations requested that Humanity’s Team create a Global Oneness Day, to bring more focus and attention to our connection and Oneness. Shortly after our visit in May, 2010 we created the first annual Global Oneness Day on October 24th, 2010 (we created Global Oneness Day on United Nations Day). We are not wise to create state enforced socialism or communism. Forced change will never work. We must go down the path of awareness/understanding that voluntarily creates social responsibility, social reform and social justice. When there is shared connection there is always shared responsibility and it is sustainable because is voluntarily chosen.
The Oneness Statement created by our Humanity’s Team Global Council speaks about the connection between Oneness and shared responsibility, Oneness is the energy of love that lies within and connects all of life, enabling us to recognize ourselves in everything. The universe is one being and we are its cells, all essential and responsible for the well-being of the whole. Pope Francis is calling for a culture of solidarity. The United Nations is calling for a culture
of solidarity. Many scientists are calling for a culture of solidarity. Humanity’s Team and
our partner who is co-convening Global Oneness Day with us this year, the Association for
Global New Thought, are calling for a culture of solidarity ...
based on our connection and Oneness. Will you join with us? Please register for Global Oneness Day and together let’s draw attention to our Oneness and solidarity. We’ll voluntarily create social responsibility and social justice by walking down this path together and in the process we’ll co-create the world that we want for our generation and future generations. If you share our vision please register now for Global Oneness Day 2013. REGISTER NOW http://www.globaloneness2013.org/Thank you and bless you!In Oneness, Steve Steve FarrellWorldwide Coordinating DirectorHumanity’s Team…
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Album: Le Roi Est Mort, Vive le Roi! (1996)
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About the lyrics:
First one Sanskrit, Mantra Chanting
Second one Latin, Gregorian chant
Third one Mongolian, Urtyn Duu (Long Song) by Namjilyn Norovbanzad
Final one English, pop.…
lifted by a string from above; relaxing the shoulders and sinking the elbows; relaxing the chest
and waist letting them sink down; relaxing the crotch and bending the knees. When these
requirements are met, one's inner energy will naturally sink down to the dan tian. Beginners may
not be able to master all these important points instantly. However, in their practice they must try
to be accurate in terms of direction, angle, position, and the movements of hands and legs for
each posture. At this stage, one need not place too much emphasis on the requirements for
different parts of the body, appropriate simplications are acceptable. For example, for the head
and upper body, it is required that the head and neck be kept erect, chest and waist be relaxed
downward, but in the first level of kung fu, it will be sufficient just to ensure that one's head and
body are kept naturally upright and not leaning forward or backward, to the left or right. This is
just like learning calligraphy, at the beginning, one need only to make sure that the strokes are
correct. Therefore, when practising taijiquan at the beginning, the body and movements may
appear to be stiff; or 'externally solid but internally empty'. One may find oneself doing things
like: hard hitting, ramming, sudden uplifting and or sudden collapsing of body or trunk. There
may be also be broken or over-exerted force or jin. All these faults are common to beginners.
If one is persistent enough and practices seriously everyday, one can normally master the forms
within half a year. The inner energy, qi, can gradually be induced to move within the trunk and
limbs with refinements in one's movements. One may then achieve the stage of being able to
use external movements to channel internal energy'. The first level kung fu thus begins with
mastering the postures to gradually being able to detect and understand jin or force.
The martial skill attainable with the first level of kung fu is very limited. This is because at this
stage, one's actions are not well coordinated and systematic. The postures may not be correct.
Thus the force or jin produced may be stiff, broken, lax or on the other hand too strong. In
practicing the routine, one's form may appear hollow or angular. As such one can only feel the
internal energy but is not able to channel the energy to every part of the body in one go.
Consequently, one is not able to harness the force or jin right from the heels, channel it up the
legs, and discharge it through command at the waist. On the contrary , the beginners can only
produce broken force that 'surge' from one section to another section of the body. Therefore
the first level kung fu is insufficient for martial application purposes. If one were to test
one's skill on someone who does not know martial arts, to a certain extent they can remain
flexible. They may not have mastered the application but by knowing how to mislead his
opponent the student may occasionally be able to throw off his opponent. Even then, he may be
unable to maintain his own balance.
Such a situation is thus termed "the 10% yin and 90% yang; top heavy staff ".
What then exactly is yin and yang? In the context of practising taijiquan, emptiness is Yin,
solidity is yang; gentleness or softness is yin, forcefulness or hardness is yang. Yin and yang is
the unity of the opposites; either one cannot be left out; yet both can be mutually interchanged
and transformed. If we assign a maximum of 100% to measure them, when one in his practice can
attain an equal balance of yin and yang, he is said to have achieved 50% yin and 50% yang.
This is the highest standard or an indication of success in practicing taijiquan.
In the first level of skill in kung fu, it is normal for one to end up with '10% yin and 90% yang'.
That is, one's quan or boxing is more hard than soft and there is imbalance in yin and yang.
The learner is not able to complement hard with soft and to command the applications with ease.
As such, while still at the first level, learners should not be too eager to pursue the application
aspect in each posture.Never forgetting of course that according to Wikipedia's Wi-Fi Entymology, the yin-yang Wi-Fi logo indicates the certification of a product for interoperability.