Ever felt that you have been too pressured over work? Too frustrated because you couldn't get everything done in a day? Too stressed out because of the demands from your every day life? Then, why not pause for a bit from that hectic schedule and fast-paced modern life of yours? Take a break and free yourself from those negative vibes that is consuming you. Remember, that whenever you are in a calm, focused and healthy mind state, you can always complete your tasks and responsibilities more efficiently and productively. And what better way it is to achieve that inner peace and balance in life than to meditate.
Yes! A short 6 -15 minute meditation can help you relax not just your mind but your body as well from those poisonous stress and pressures of work. And to fully get the most out of that short break is for you to listen to the relaxing music of Hilmar Hajek and Andreas Seebeck. A ping for every 2 minutes helps you to concentrate your thoughts into this healthy engagement exercise as the ping will bring your thoughts concentrated back into your meditation enabling you to take control of your mind, helping you remove those chains that binds you together with stress and depression. The music can be used to increase the effectivity for all forms of meditation practices or healing methods like Reiki, Jin Shin Jiutsu or the Healing Code. Try it now and see how effective it can be for you! Many have already tried it so why not grab that opportunity of being able to enjoy life to the fullest!
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The most important basic exercise of theTaijiquan - the "Standing Meditation"!
The "Standing Meditation" in Taijiquan is the most important basic exercise of the Taijiquan in general.
It gives you the correct basic physical structure, which is essential for the developement of a healthy, well-balanced and powerful body.
1. Instruction for beginners (24:00 min.)
2. Advanced version (40:00 Min.)
Voice Jan Silberstorff
Music: Hilmar Hajek
"You will find the best medicines in your kitchen (nutrition), the best hospital in your bedroom (sleep) and the most effective healing methods are found within yourself (qigong, meditation, massage)!"This is how Master Liu He likes to describe ancient Chinese medicine. This book is saturated with precisely this ancient knowledge of the Chinese sages. It offers you a traditional, yet newly discovered perspective on life and plenty of advice on how to take care of yourself and your health. With simple yet highly effective exercises and tips. Give it a try, your body and soul will be grateful.
Paperback, 205 Pages, available in black & white and color.
What do the Ancient Greek terms astronomía, átomos, kósmos, geometría, idéa, planétes, práxis, psyché, mousiké, sympósion, theoría, and so on have to do with today's concepts as astronomy, atom, cosmos, geometry, idea, planets, practice, psyche, music, symposium, theory?
Answer - today's words have nothing at all in common with the Socratic originals, but rather find their counterparts in the teaching of the Eastern philosophy of Tai Chi. In the Socrates Code, Peter Hubral sets out a meticulously researched and convincing case that much of Western Philosophy is founded less upon the Ancient Greek texts, as on a careless and ahistorical misreading of them, for which he provides a rigorous revision.
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A functioning self-healing and immune system can solve virtually any health problem. Therefore osteopathy focuses on activating these oftentimes impaired self-healing powers and thereby achieve a completely natural healing. The cause of impaired self-healing powers is a problem with the nourishing and cleansing of the cells, the muscles, the bones or any other structure. The osteopath achieves this by means of his knowledge of human anatomy and physiology and with finesse of his palpation. The osteopathic techniques are however also wonderfully suited for self-treatment. This is where personal body-awareness comes into play. In this book, Thomas Seebeck conveys the principles of osteopathic treatment, and a variety of exercises for back pain relief at all areas of the spine. The exercises are illustrated in a detailed and practical manner. This book is a subset of the book “Osteopathic Self-Treatment” written by the same author.Paperback, 114 pagesISBN: 978-3945430286Measurements: 15.24 x 0.66 x 22.86 cm
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Peter Hubral explains the modern Tai Chi-teaching of Dao-grandmaster Fangfu, which goes back to Lao Tzu and the Yellow Emperor. He demonstrates its excellent match with the Greek Pythagorean/Platonic tradition and shows, how it contributes to deepening and expanding the understanding of the modern cognitive and health sciences as well as physical and psychic therapies.
He provides with his inedited treatise, based on ancient Chinese wisdom, a solid foundation for the Socrates Code, in which he rigorously revises the careless and ahistorical misreading of Ancient Greek texts. He uses The Lao Tzu Code also to justify The Plato Code, in which he documents the strong impact that this misreading ironically had on the development of the modern western culture.
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Osteopathy is on everyone’s lips. In order to detect their patients’ problems, osteopaths employ comprehensive skill and knowledge regarding the structure and function of the human body. A little-known fact, however, is that the osteopathic techniques and principles are wonderfully suited for self-treatment, as only the patient himself has a direct link to his inner self. The first part of the book explains the principles of osteopathic treatment. The book’s main part is then the “osteopathic medicine cabinet” with 45 exercises for all areas of the body, from headaches to ankle sprains.Paperback, 140 pagesISBN: 978-3945430194Measurements: 15.24 x 0.81 x 22.86 cmReading Sample
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Peter Hubral shows, on the basis of his profound comparative research in The Socrates Code, how the ancient Egyptian and Iranian cultures influenced the Greek Pythagorean/Platonic tradition in its comprehension of BEING, the primeval source of Being, the familiar world. He demonstrates that it is not the original knowledge of these Ancient cultures about BEING that formed the modern European culture, but its systematic misinterpretation due to treating BEING, as if it would be Being. He convincingly argues that the Pythagorean/Platonic tradition shared until its radical elimination in the Byzantine Empire the same “universal culture” of life-care and search for truth like his Taoist school, which is rooted in the Tai Chi-teaching of Lao Tzu that he summarises in The Lao Tzu Code.
Take a look at the author´s biography here and the article "Man, the Meausure of All Things?" here.
Shipping only to Germany; for worldwide shipping buy on amazon here.Paperback, 186 pagesISBN: 978-1500672249Measurements: 15.24 x 1.07 x 22.86 cmLeseprobe