Is it bad to be "To Strong" for everyday life?
Topic: Qigong research articles
June 17, 2019 / By Carmi Question:
Like in the sense as your Ch'i, Qi, Ki or w/e you want to call it
that radiates off you strongly?
Martial arts yes
Taoism, buhdism, ect no i dont practice,
Read a couple book's though on the way like Te Ching, ect
I see, I heard this story before about Miyamoto Musashi.
problem is you can be out of tune with the area you're in if you hate the area you're in.
Thats why I find myself out of tune in some of the area's I go
Best Answers: Is it bad to be "To Strong" for everyday life?
Alleric | 9 days ago
It's a difficult subject to explain in short, but the answer to having strong flowing qi? No it's not a bad thing. You want to become a veritable factory. What's bad is to be too yin or too yang.
Do you practice?
If you're really interested then I suggest doing some extensive research into the Qigong societies, and make sure that you find a qualified instructor to explain it to you (in person) for easy understanding. If you don't fully understand what you're doing and why you're doing it you could really hurt yourself.
I would look into any of the related articles by Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming
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Originally Answered: Identify at least one (1) example of predictions or probability encountered in everyday life which has not pre?
I predict that some students will use the internet to do their homework, and this prediction will also predict that these students will not learn to do things on their own, which is probably the purpose for the exercise, to help them become self sufficient. The probability of homework being done by students on their own, is minimal to almost none.
If I wanted to become a carpenter to build houses, and I let someone else do the hammering and reading the blue prints, and do the work, while I went and slept under a tree... I would never become a carpenter. The only way to do so would be to actually do the work myself. And so it is with home work. No one can learn, by allowing others to do the work for them....so why bother in the first place?
As a person wanting to be a carpenter, I would only be hurting myself, by allowing others to do my work...No one else, is getting hurt by my actions.
This is homework, I can tell by the question.
If you believe in radiating Ki then there was a story, I believe it was about Miomoto Musashi, that might interest you. It is about "belonging" or being "at one" with your surroundings. To paraphrase it goes something like this.
Musashi was meditating with a monk at a temple. A poisonous snake came through the clearing where they were meditating. The snake crawled over the monk's lap and did not strike him or even appear to notice him. However when the snake approached Musashi, it reared its head and hissed as if it would attack, then after a moment it fled back into the trees. Musashi asked the monk how it could be that the snake reacted to Musashi but not to the monk. The monk answered that the snake could sense that Musashi projected powerful Ki that was not attuned with his surroundings and was out of place in the serene forest, while the monk's Ki was at home and one with the forest and the snake would not know him to be different from the trees and bushes that surrounded him.
Yes, you can be noticed as "too strong" for your surroundings. People may get a "bad vibe" or otherwise feel uncomfortable around you if you are not attuned to your surroundings.
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It depends on what you mean by strong. If you mean radiating confidence and openness and warmth of spirit than yes of course it is a great thing. I try to do this and am only successful about half the time. Positive Chi will radiate this. It is important to be comfortable with what you are and feel competent. Along with meditating on positive things and working on our good health, it is important to do for others. This helps us to balance our lives. This will help you be strong from the inside out.
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no it's not bad don't tell that to ur self it depends on you to be strong is not bad tell that to ur self.it make a relef to ur self
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Originally Answered: Why does a strong acid and strong base always give you a neutral compound?
For this we assume you are talking about an Arrhenius acid/base reaction which produces a salt and water. Even if the strong acid/strong base reaction has an excess of either the acid or the base, the salt that is formed will be a neutral salt.
That's because neither the cation nor the anion of the salt will hydrolyze (react with water) to produce either a weak acid or a weak base. The term "strong" is this context means that the acid and the base ionize completely. Weak acids and base do not ionize completely. The strong Arrhenius acids are HCl, HBr, HI, HNO3, HClO4, and H2SO4 (but only for the first H+). The strong Arrhenius bases are the group 1 hydroxides and Ca(OH)2, Sr(OH)2 and Ba(OH)2 (even though the latter three are not very soluble in water, they ionize completely).
HCl(aq) + NaOH(aq) --> NaCl(aq) + HOH(l)
The solution contains Na+ ions and Cl- ions and neither react with water (hydrolyze).
Compare that to:
HC2H3O2(aq) + NaOH(aq) --> NaC2H3O2(aq) + HOH(l)
In this case, the anion of the resulting soluble salt will hydrolyze to form a basic solution. Therefore, we would say that sodium acetate is a basic salt.
C2H3O2^- + HOH(l) <==> HC2H3O2(aq) + OH- ........ OH- makes it basic
Determine if the salt is acidic or base from this table:
................................ cation from:
anion from ↓ .. strong base.... weak base
strong acid ......neutral salt......acidic salt
weak acid........ basic salt .......... ??? .......... Depends on the stronger weak acid or weak base