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Last update: 2015-09-15

067 - Our Learning Capacity and Grocery Store mentality

2015-09-15
Length: 2s

I’d like to discuss today what is called a “grocery store” learning.  When we go to the grocery store, we buy several items we come for, and perhaps something that catches our eye. Something we may remember to buy while we are there, or something we think we may need as long as it fits the categories of stuff we buy.   Here’s a key phrase: We only buy stuff we came for, and perhaps something that catches our attention. The longer we go to that store, the more we discover what’s there. …

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066 - Manners and Habits: the ancient tale about Wise Pig and eating

2015-09-14
Length: 1s

I have to follow laws and rules of the society I am in. This goes without saying. But when it comes to my personal habits, those that don’t affect anybody in any way, nobody tells me how to do things I want to do. If I don’t like the tradition, I won’t follow it just for the sake of following. That’s just me.  But you may want to spend a couple of minutes thinking about that too. You never know what  you may discover about yourself.

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030 - Carmen Parks: How to believe in yourself, overcome self-doubt and achieve your goals

2015-09-12
Length: 17s

Let’s say you see yourself as 3 on the scale from 1 to 10 in whatever you want to pursue, and you want to become 9 or 10. It will take some effort to get there, some investment of time and money, it will take some education and practice. It will take level 9 or 10 investment in yourself. However if you see yourself as 3, you will never invest that much in yourself. It will look like too much of an investment to you just because of your belief level.   

 

No we get a vicious circle. Raising belief requires actions, and people don’t take necessary actions because belief is low. That’s the reason people get stuck in life. My coach told me that there are two major obstacles on the way to success: fear and doubt. …

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065 - Why are you sharing your opinion? Are people ready to hear that?

2015-09-11
Length: 1s

Many years ago my teacher told me, “Don’t give advices. Smart man does not need them, and not so smart won’t use it.” He also taught me that people often much easier forgive us our failures and mistakes, than being right. He said, it is often better to let people make their own mistakes and learn from them, than get yourself an enemy just because you happened to be right.

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064 - Mindfulness and Wishful thinking: Beware of undesirable desires!

2015-09-10
Length: 2s

Universe does not grant us our wishes immediately just to protect us from our own wishful thinking. In reality our desires may not be that desirable. They may even be scary sometimes.

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063 - Who is your real friend, or success vs. failures

2015-09-09
Length: 2s

A friend in need is a friend indeed… I think many people know this old saying. Yesterday I was talking about crabs in a bucket, and today I’d like to take it one step further. I will discuss the other side of the coin, so to speak, even though I may step on somebody’s toes.

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062 - Friendly distractions on the way to success: Crabs in a Bucket Phenomenon

2015-09-08
Length: 2s

What it is, if you put a crab in a bucket, it can escape pretty easy. Crabs have claws, they can easily crawl out. What happens if you put several crabs in a bucket? Well, people say that crabs pull each other down and don’t let other crabs escape.

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061 - The most important Secret of Success in life

2015-09-07
Length: 2s

I think Labor Day is a great day to talk about a very important secret: how to be successful in life, in business, in training, in whatever you do. Yes, there’s a secret. I learned it from John Maxwell.

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060 - Pitfalls of mindfulness: Negative power of positive thinking

2015-09-04
Length: 1s

positive emotion may become bitter, negative, and even depressing. The person get a mix of bitterness with the self-blaming for not doing anything. Unless...

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059 - One Secret of NOT feeling well, or When mindfulness goes wrong

2015-09-03
Length: 2s

Our mind has an amazing ability to talk us into or out of any condition. And our body will respond according to the symptoms we program into our brain. So stop looking for the things you don’t like, because you may find them eventually. 

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058 - I’ve never been bitten by a shadow of a barking dog

2015-09-02
Length: 2s

Fear can be overcome. But the only way to do it is by action. My teachers and my coaches told me, “every day do something you are afraid of.” It does not have to be a whole lot, but I try to do something that stretches me out of my comfort zone.

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057 - How we can miss a chance of a lifetime searching for a blessing

2015-09-01
Length: 2s

My friends, how often are people running around and looking for the opportunity, or for the chance? We’ve heard famous “Ask and you shell receive”. What happens when we do receive? Will we recognize the blessing if it does not always look the way we expect it to look?

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056 - Life changing thoughts about Robin Hood Syndrome

2015-08-31
Length: 1s

I am sure most of people, if not all, are familiar with Robin Hood story. I remember it since I was a kid. Fun story, many movies were made. But today I’d like to discuss what I call "Robin Hood Syndrome". 

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055 - How should I plan my day or Do I believe in horoscopes?

2015-08-28
Length: 2s

Did you read your horoscope for today? I usually don’t. But let me read yours.

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054 - Five Powerful Life Changing Lessons I learned from Martial Arts

2015-08-27
Length: 2s

I see so many people constantly in a hurry. As a result they keep spinning the wheels, they get tired and frustrated, and often they don’t even accomplish much. After three decades in martial arts, there are several principles I'd love to point out today. I think they are very important both for martial arts and for every day life.…

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053 - Mindful living: Leave the place better than it was

2015-08-26
Length: 1s

“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” What a powerful quote!

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052 - Perfect Imperfection: Find your own way to change the World

2015-08-25
Length: 1s

My friends, how often we create an image of perfection in our mind, and we get so upset if how we look and what we do does not reflect our own imagination. However, our images are so limited. We don’t know the bigger picture.

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051 - Which Martial Art Is Better?

2015-08-24
Length: 2s

I’ve seen fights initiated by this question. I’ve seen internet conversations literally exploding, overloaded by quite aggressive pleasantries. Perhaps every early Chinese martial art movie is based on a single statement: My Kung-Fu is better than your Kung-Fu. And the rest of the movie is just a long fight, which is so appealing to the macho spirit of masculine half of the society. That would be all right. I like watching those movies too, like a nice fairy tale. But they also create a serious question people have been asking me for years. Which martial art is the best for self defense? …

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050 - Directional Mindfulness. How do we find what we are looking for?

2015-08-21
Length: 1s

No matter where you are, there will be good and bad. All depends what are you looking for. We will find what we expect.

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049 - The Secret how to Make your own World beautiful

2015-08-20
Length: 2s

What World are we creating for ourselves and those around us? Can we see the best when odds are agains us? I know I’ve been guilty. How about you? 

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048 - Some trick our brain is playing on us. What is real?

2015-08-19
Length: 2s

We have the ability to program our brain. I am not aware of possibility to make structural changes, like to grow back an amputated arm or leg. But I believe that any functional or reversible disorders are programmable, from feeling tired, scared, depresses, to eliminating many conditions, including early stages of cancer.

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029 - Four Life Changing secrets I learned from a Doll

2015-08-19
Length: 10s

Today I’d like to have a very serious talk about… a toy. Yes, very serious toy. Most of people I am sure have seen it. You can google it under the name Roly-Poly Doll or Roly-Poly Toy, or under Tumbler Doll. In Russian it is very well know under the name Nevolyashka or Vanka-Vstanka. There are similar dolls in other countries. They look different, but they all have a similar feature: no matter how many times you knock them down, no matter how you throw them on the floor, they always get up. 

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047 - We have the Power of Life and Death. How are we using it?

2015-08-18
Length: 2s

We have an amazing power, a key to happiness and suffering, even life and death. We can talk ourselves into or out of practically any disease. Good news - it is totally up to us. Bad news - it is totally up to us.

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046 - Is Qigong real or are we just fooling ourselves?

2015-08-17
Length: 2s

So, is Qigong real? Or is it just a form of a self hypnosis? I can easily feel my hands getting warm and heavy, you cannot argue with that. But is it real?

 

I get this question from people periodically.…

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045 - What is the Cause and what is the effect in the Causal Chain?

2015-08-14
Length: 2s

When I have to look at causality in my life, I am trying to dig to the deepest link I can identify and control. I cannot control much the time needed to get from point A to B, but in most of cases I can control at what time I leave point A. And if I can’t, then what’s the next link in the chain I can adjust?..

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044 - Escaping vicious circle: How to avoid self-imposed torture?

2015-08-13
Length: 2s

...I began practicing meditation in 1982. My perception at that time was that meditator has to stay cool all the time, like un-emotional or un-disturbable, so to speak. And if I couldn’t keep my mind still, I was taking a guilt trip. In my mind, all my meditation training was useless. This would actually pull me down emotionally. A little bit, but still every time it happened it was affirming my own faults...

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043 - Life and Zen of sailing: Learn to use your winds

2015-08-12
Length: 2s

People often sit and wait for the good wind that helps them to get from point A to point B in life. "Oh, if I only had this or if I only had that.”

 

I’ve done this myself more times than I like to admit. But the truth of the matter is that it's irrelevant if circumstances are against us. It is not even that important if we are going through the storm. As long as you know how to sail you can use any wind to your advantage. …

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042 - Shifting the balance: The power of dissociation

2015-08-11
Length: 2s

There one weak link we may easy overlook. That is our friends. Especially childhood friends. Or even relatives. We know them, we trust them. We are so used to socializing with them, and we may not even realize that they can be the biggest source of harmful emotions. And since we trust them, we don’t set any guard to protect ourselves.  

 

That’s right, my friend. If you step on the Path of Mindfulness, if you are trying to develop a positive mental attitude, if you set and try to pursue your goals, you may notice that your positive attitude is literally getting neutralized and overpowered by negative emotions from the people closest to you. …

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041 - Mindful Q&As: Why did I stop practicing Yoga? Or did I?

2015-08-10
Length: 2s

I started practicing Hatha Yoga in 1983, and had been teaching since 1986 until about 2008. The number one reason I stopped was time limitation. In 1980s and early 90s I could practice one hour of Yoga and four hours of martial arts every day. But I don’t have this luxury at this time. Since the foundation of my practice has always been martial arts, I chose to take that Path.

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040 - Mindful Life Coaching with Jin: Master the mouth-gate to your life

2015-08-07
Length: 2s

We are so programmed by the society to say negative things that we don’t even think. And if we say them, then we program our brain to say and to hear that. As I said before, our brain does not care. If you say you are not doing good, guess what? You won’t. Brain will make you feel not so good even if you were doing great. Now you get a vicious circle. The only way out is to start saying positive things even if it sounds weird first. …

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039 - Mindful Life Coaching with Jin: Master the ear-gate to your life

2015-08-06
Length: 1s

Our brain does not have moral judgment. It simply believes what it hears long enough. There’s an old saying I heard as a kid: “Tell a man 100 times he is a pig, and he will oink.”  So, what are we allowing to go into our ears? You might have heard the saying that our success is found right between our ears. And we are responsible for programming what is there. And if we don’t, then somebody else will do it for us. …

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038 - Mindful Life Coaching with Jin: Master the eye-gate to your life

2015-08-05
Length: 2s

Our life is a sum total of what we put into our brain. There’s so much junk around us: internet, TV, news, you name it. There’s something constantly in front of our eyes. What is it? 

 

One of my coaches taught me to learn to control three gates to my life. Today we’ll talk about one of them: the eye gate.…

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037 - Creating a Vision board as a first step towards achieving your goals

2015-08-04
Length: 2s

Our mind has ability to draw our attention to whatever we are thinking about. Moreover, if we don’t possess what we’re thinking about constantly, our mind will find ways to get it.  I think this phenomenon has been used in every religion and philosophy I am aware of. It is also used as the main mechanism for personal transformation and achieving goals. Any goals, basically.…

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036 - Mindful Goal Setting: Are you mindful about your goals?

2015-08-03
Length: 2s

My friends, there’s no such a thing as drifting without a goal. If I go for a stroll with no specific destination, then my goal is just to have a walk. If somebody is drifting in life, then it was their decision, conscious or unconscious. However, this can be changed practically at any time. This week I will talk about that. Until then, answer one questions for yourself: are you honestly in life where you want to be? Financially, Spiritually, Health-wise, etc.

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035 - Stop waiting for good things to happen

2015-07-31
Length: 1s

What I found out, in most of cases we are given a freedom of choice. If I like to see the World a better place, I better become the change I want to see. If I want something better in my life, in most of the cases I have a choice to make it happen. If I like a better job, it is up to me to get it. How? I will talk about it in my episodes about personal growth.

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034 - Mindful Gratitude: For All things say Thanks

2015-07-30
Length: 2s

I’ve learned many years ago a simple mantra: for all things say thanks. Not just for things that are pleasant. Not just for something we like. And the reason I am grateful for everything, is that I doubt I will ever know the alternatives.   

 

I’ve learned not to complain about things I don’t have, but be grateful for the things I do have. I may not have something I like, but somebody somewhere is happy with much less than what I have.…

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033 - On the Path of Mindfulness: How to know if you have enough?

2015-07-29
Length: 1s

The teacher said, “Always do the best you can, take what’s available of what you want, don’t say YES or NO, study what can be studied and know the balance in everything. This should be enough to understand the rest."  

 

This is a foundation of the Middle Path the way I am trying to follow it. How do we know when enough is enough? I know, my border line has been changing for the past 30 years. And it keeps changing.…

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032 - Daily mindful life: Perfectionism vs Excellence

2015-07-28
Length: 1s

Perfectionism often gives up easily on things that cannot be achieved with a straight line approach. As a kid, I did not do many kid’s activities, maybe because I was not perfect at them, and I was so afraid being criticized by other kids. So I’d rather do something that I was sure I was perfect at. And I rejected everything else.  

 

Perfectionism is an Ego trip. It sets unrealistic expectations and blinds people not letting them see other opportunities. …

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#28 - Paulette Bodeman - teacher and coach in Phoenix AZ - about Anusara Yoga

2015-07-28
Length: 10s

Today, I will introduce to you another great guest. You will hear from Paulette Bodeman, who is a great, well known Yoga teacher and a coach.   Paulette is teaching Anusara style, which is one of the modern schools of Yoga. I believe it was created by the American teacher of Iyengar Yoga style in 1997. That answers my question why I have not heard about it. I was introduced to Yoga in 1983. So at the same time when Anusara was becoming popular, I already pretty much found my style, and by the year 2000, I had reduced my Yoga practice to some basic asanas in favor of Martial Art, Qigong and couple of other Taoist practices.  

 

But I still love Yoga, and I think of it as one of the greatest systems that have ever existed on the Earth. I love to learn new things, and I was blessed to meet people like Paulette. …

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031 - First step to calmness: Accept yourself the way you are to know where to go

2015-07-27
Length: 1s

Einstein wrote, “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing that it is stupid."  

 

Remember, whatever you learn to do, there will be always somebody who will do it better than you. Except one thing: nobody will ever be better than you in being you.…

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030 - Mindful Learning: Who is your teacher?

2015-07-24
Length: 2s

My friends, we are going through a life-long learning experience. Everybody and everything in our life can become a teacher. We will never have a deficit of training material and examples. Just look around and pay attention.   

 

The main question is what are we learning?…

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029 - Learn to deal with your inner Child

2015-07-23
Length: 2s

I like comparing our mind with a child. When we tell kids not to do something, they will either do it when we’re not watching, or it may create a conflict.  

 

The same happens to our mind. Sometimes we may get a thought. Especially a negative thought. And it just stays in our mind, we cannot get rid of it. The more we try not to think of it, the more we think. Like, don’t think about pink elephant.…

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028 - The danger of rituals: When traditions become redundant

2015-07-22
Length: 2s

I see so many people following traditions not even knowing why they do what they do. It does not necessarily mean bad. Many schools have very structured approach. They have been around for hundreds if not thousands of years. I’ve been learning several very structured traditions myself. But I'm always trying to figure out how each element of tradition came about and why. Is it still relevant today?

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027 - Are we relaxing for real or are we just fooling ourselves unintentionally?

2015-07-21
Length: 2s

If you are on the Path of mindfulness, if you are developing your mind, body & spirit, there’s one the most significant, in my opinion, question you have to answer: are you just fooling yourself unintentionally?

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026 - Mindfulness for Stress: Why Meditation does't Always Help to eliminate Stress?

2015-07-20
Length: 2s

One of the main issues I see today is that we live in a fast pace “microwave” society. We want everything yesterday. Many people look at meditation as a headache pill: take it now and it starts working five minutes ago. 

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025 - Mindful Path of the Water: Gentle Persistence

2015-07-17
Length: 1s

Water. Look at it: it is soft and flexible enough to run around even tiny obstacles, but it is powerful and persistent to create a Grand Canyon. 

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024 - Do You Know What You Are Doing? Devastating Power of Intent

2015-07-16
Length: 1s

We do things mechanically, we trust our previous experience, and subconsciously we expect a certain outcome. But what if we miss something? 

 

- BANG! - we throw ourselves out of balance by using our own intent. This may cost us a lot, and not just money.…

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023 - Mindfulness and Flexibility: Linear vs Lateral Thinking

2015-07-15
Length: 1s

There’s a concept of lateral thinking. It suggests that we explore all possible solutions. Even sometimes they may sound like total bizarre. You don’t have to go in depth, just think so you exercise your creativity. Or at least you may be able to identify and prevent possible problems if only you ask yourself one question: "what if…?” 

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#27 - Steve Price about Mindfulness and Meditation - Interview for HPLN

2015-07-15
Length: 15s

Today we will talk about mindfulness. My guest speaker is Steve Price. When I met him, he was a director and a teacher at A Mindfulness Life Center in Scottsdale, AZ. I did a video interview with Steve early this year. You can find it on my web site. Steve was talking about the Center and the practice of Mindfulness.   

 

Recently he decided to move on. Being a writer and a yoga teacher, Steve is pursuing his own goals, he is writing and teaching workshops in North Scottsdale. So for this episode I took a part of his interview - about mindfulness only. …

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022 - What Does It Mean To Be Like Water?

2015-07-14
Length: 1s

In my classes I am teaching about being the Water. What am I trying to get out of it? To me, being like water means don’t over-react, don’t resist, be flexible, take any shape you need, but still be who you are. 

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021 - The Trap of Certainty. About the Strength of Water and Stone

2015-07-13
Length: 2s

I've seen large boulders the water pushed out of the way. So, what may happen to the rock? I would answer, it depends on the shape and size of the rock. Also, are we talking about still water, slow river or fast stream? What is the shape and inclination of the river bed? There's a big chance that the powerful stream will push the rock out of the way. For how long? For as long as the force of the resistance is less than the strength of the water.

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020 - What is a Good Time and Place to Meditate?

2015-07-10
Length: 1s

I used to think that I need a specific place and specific time to meditate. I used to get up as early as 4:30 in the morning for Yoga and meditation practice. I love practicing at the sunrise. There’s nothing like sitting in Lotus posture on the top of the hill at 5 AM, breathing fresh air and watching the sun going up. I still love it! I must admit those memories are still inside my head like a standard of training for me. I also love the ocean. All this is great! Gardens, mountains, waterfall, sunrise, sunset are amazing for practice, if you have them handy. What if you don’t?

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019 - What is Meditation and Mindfulness? Do you know what you are practicing?

2015-07-09
Length: 2s

The word meditation is used in the West to describe variety of techniques from different traditions and religions. And if we are not careful we may fall into stereotyping without any knowledge to support out conclusion.

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018 - Christianity and Meditation: Can They Go Together?

2015-07-08
Length: 2s

Do you practice meditation? I am sure you do even if you don’t know that. Even if you are against meditation, you still do practice it under a different name.

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017 - Can We See The Elephant? Mindfulness and imagination.. What Do We Choose?

2015-07-07
Length: 2s

My humble advice for today is, don’t jump into assumption. If you want to make an educated decision about anything, study it before you decide. Partial idea may be worse than total ignorance.

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016 - Mindfulness and Reality: Do You See What You Think You Should See?

2015-07-06
Length: 2s

I’ve seen so many people who learned about martial arts, yoga, meditation and even secret agent stuff from movies. They think it is real. And they refuse to accept that TV is showing nicely choreographed moves designed to capture viewers’ attention.  

 

I used to try to rebuttal before, but I stopped doing that over 20 years ago. Believe whatever you believe. Trying to change somebody’s believe is not a part of my philosophy. All I am trying to say today is that intelligent people make educated decisions. …

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015 - Who Creates Our Stress?

2015-07-03
Length: 2s

What people often miss here, is that in order for us to feel strong and burly, we do fight with ourselves. We clench our fists and teeth, we get tense. And just like with arm flexing, we put our own force against ourselves.   

 

I understand, this is a natural reflex. It was built in us as a part of survival mechanism. We do need physical readiness when we feel danger. However, this mechanism was not designed to be used all day every day, like many people do. …

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014 - Good Wellness System vs Not So Good Wellness System

2015-07-02
Length: 3s

My short lesson for today is, be mindful of what you are doing to your body. Golden rule I try to follow, is any artificial restrictions to what is natural to our body, will eventually lead to breakdown. Period. I’ve learned it from other people and, unfortunately, from my own mistakes. 

Good systems have no restrictions against what is natural, they are tailored to individual needs, and they don’t push people too far outside the comfort zone right away. Everything has to be done in small steps.

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013 - Pendulum Effect: The Key To The Balance

2015-07-01
Length: 2s

Pendulum will appear to be in balance if we hold it off-centered, but it will stay that way for as long as we hold it. And if we let it go, it will swing.   

 

The key to the pendulum effect is that it will not just swing to come to the center again. It will swing to the other side, way past the middle point. As I call it, pendulum will over-correct. And it will swing back and forth for a while until it finally returns to the balance.…

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012 - What Is Stress And What Are We Fighting Against?

2015-06-30
Length: 1s

Stress is normal. It is a part of our life. This is how we live, move, function. This is how we exist. We cannot get rid of stress in life.  

 

What people feel and refer to as “stress” is some kind of a unbalanced forces. When I teach my stress management course I don’t teach to get rid of stress. You cannot. …

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011 - Is Carrying 1000 Pounds On Our Shoulders Too Hard?

2015-06-29
Length: 2s

When we are relaxing, on the bed, in the chair, on the beach, in the spa, on the massage table, wherever, and we feel sooooo relaxed, the air we are breathing is pushing on us with the pressure 14.7 psi. That is over 2000 lbs. per square foot. Now, calculate the square footage of your own body, and you will get the number of pounds pressing on our body 24/7 all your life. We all get that, and we all are OK with that. 

 

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010 - Be Mindful of Your Mindfulness. You Will Find What You Are Looking For

2015-06-26
Length: 2s

As Goethe said, “A man sees in the World what he carries in his heart”.

 

This is what I wanted to talk about this morning. Are you mindful of your mindfulness? …

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#26 - Lindsay Hunt - Fitness and Nutrition Expert - About Stress and Nutrition

2015-06-26
Length: 15s

Is there any connection between stress and nutrition? And if there is, what is it? Today you can get answers from the expert.   Recently I’ve done a number of podcast episodes about stress. Today we will continue this topic, and I have a great guest speaker for you, who is an expert in fitness and nutrition.    Lindsay Hunt is a Certified Nutrition Coach and a Certified Personal Trainer. She agreed to come to A Mindfulness Life Center in Scottsdale, AZ to talk about some stress related issues, and how we can avoid them.   Listen up! Almost everybody is talking about some stress today, so you don’t want to miss that!    This episode comes out both on Audio Podcast and Video Channel. You can find links to both on my web site HPLN.org

 

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009 - World is A Mirror. You Will Get What You Send There

2015-06-25
Length: 1s

One of the principles I teach in my classes is the principle of the Mirror. Just imagine yourself standing inside a big round room, and all walls of this room are covered with mirrors. And you are standing in the center. What do you see in those mirrors? Yep, you see thousands of your own reflections. 

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008 - Mindful Glass of Water Every Day

2015-06-24
Length: 2s

 

When I started practicing Yoga in 1983, one of the advices I was given was to start and finish my day with a glass of water. Not juice, definitely not soda. A glass of clean pure drinking water. Since then I have been following this advice for over 30 years. Yes, drinking glass of water is the first thing I do after waking up and the last thing I do before going to bed.…

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007 - Small Daily Mindful Steps: Are You Paying Attention to What Will Change Your Life?

2015-06-23
Length: 2s

There’s a phenomenon known as Compound effect. I read in the book called the Slight Edge that compound effect is a result of doing small, tiny things, every day, or is a result of not doing small things every day. 

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006 - Mindful Kindness: It Doesn't Cost A Dime To Change The World

2015-06-22
Length: 2s

Slow down, my friend. Look around. What you do today may or may not change the whole World. But the simple act of kindness can change the World for somebody.

 

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005 - Five Minutes of Non-Judgmental Mindfulness… Or At Least Two?

2015-06-19
Length: 2s

What makes a day a good day or a bad day? That’s simple. We do.

 

As my teacher told me, “What’s wrong with the present moment if we don’t think about it?” …

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004 - The Power of Now: You Only Live Each Moment Once

2015-06-18
Length: 2s

When you wake up in the morning and look outside, do you see the same picture? Do you hear the same sounds? It is possible, if you window is just 3 feet away from a brick wall, and is completely sound proof. 

 

It is also possible if you built an imaginary wall around yourself, and you simply don’t see the surrounding World. Because I don’t believe it is possible to have two identical days, or even two identical seconds. Clouds will be different. Birds will be different. Flies, butterflies, bugs, crickets will all be different. My friends, every moment is unique, unless you are staring at the imaginary wall around yourself.…

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003 - A Visit with Your Body: An Amazing Way to Bring More Love Into the World!

2015-06-17
Length: 2s

Inner smile and a visit with your body are two very powerful exercises in Chinese Internal Alchemy, a legendary Taoist immortality system. Try it!

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002 - Inner Smile: Few Seconds A Day That Can Change Your Life

2015-06-16
Length: 2s

You are the Wizard of your own life, and Internal Smile is your Power Field you put on to create the Magic of mindfulness. So don’t underestimate its power! 

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#25 - Walking in the Rain: Dealing with stressful environment one step at a time

2015-06-16
Length: 21s

In my previous episode I gave an analogy of a rain, meaning the rain of circumstances that keeps pouring on us non stop. We finished last time with the thought that sometimes we just have to bite the bullet and go through the rain, one step at the time. I will use the same analogy of the rain, and if you did not listen to the previous episode, I may suggest you do that so I will hopefully make more sense today.    Let’s start with several points regarding the mindset of going through the rain. Again, this is just my thought process, this is how I approach rainy day. This doesn’t have to be you.   But for me, the first question I would ask myself, is “what am I up against?” This brings us back to the previous episode where I was talking about stopping for a moment to assess the situation. So, what am I up against?   

 

You see, often the rain may present a real problem, it may even be the main problem, but fighting with the rain may not be the best tactics to choose. Think about that for a moment. If somebody gets in a real storm, like a hurricane, they will not try to attack the hurricane. Most likely, that would not be the best use of our resources. So if stopping the rain is not an option we can use, then let’s just concentrate on what our goal really is, and try to accomplish it with minimal losses.

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001 - Introduction to Morning Mindfulness

2015-06-15
Length: 2s

Start your day with short two-minute positive message.
This episode is about my new Morning Mindfulness Channel

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#24 - The Other Side of Stress - Dealing with Stressful Circumstances

2015-03-07
Length: 22s

Stressful circumstances vs. positive attitude and motivation. Where is the line to determine how far to push? Hard question to answer. This short episode is about my personal experience.

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#23 - What to do if Meditation does NOT help to eliminate stress

2014-12-16
Length: 18s

People often complain that they try meditation to reduce stress, and it does not work. Many get discouraged. What's the secret? Meditation is just a tool. If we use it properly, it works as prescribed. I am sharing my own experience with meditation.

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#22 - Where the Stress Comes From? What causes Stress in our life?

2014-11-19
Length: 25s

The very first step in getting rid of stress in our life is to recognize where it comes from. Like any physical stress, emotional stress is caused by minimum two forces. One of them is often out of our control, but another one is 100% under control. If we learn how to use it, we can start getting rid of stress in our life, live stressless, happy and positive life!

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#21 - Restoring your Balance - Ways to eliminate emotional downtime, stress and unnecessary distractions in your life

2014-08-22
Length: 26s

In this episode we will continue talking about keeping and restoring balance in life. This time we will talk about some specific principles and techniques I've used over the decades to avoid or eliminate distractions, stress and loss of passion and productivity in training, work and life overall. Very simple and easy to use.

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#20 - How to find and Restore your Center and your Inner Peace

2014-07-04
Length: 18s

Today, I'd like to start discussing one of the pretty hot topics in today's fast pace high stress society. That is How to find your Center and how to gain and re-gain, if necessary, your inner balance.

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#19 – Dedication to training – What We Do vs. How We Live

2014-06-15
Length: 17s

There's a joke. Question: How many psychologists does it take to change the light bulb? Answer is: Just one. But the light bulb has to really want to change.   Indeed, change comes from inside. I was not a morning person either. But it changed overnight when I got a dream. I did not question what motivated me to get up in the morning. I was looking forward to training, and getting up in the morning was the way to do it. I did not have to push myself to get up, well, most of the time. I was just getting up without even thinking about it. My training was not what I did. That was how I chose to live. That was who I was.   Have I ever felt tired? Have I ever wanted to skip a training? Of course! Have I ever had to push myself to work out? Absolutely! This is when variety in training comes really handy. I was talking about it last time. My each training has been slightly different every time. Or sometimes, a whole lot different. That's why I did not feel mental fatigue from doing the same thing over and over.    Do you have to train in the morning? Not really! Do it whenever you have time. But do it regularly. I like mornings for a couple of reasons.   First, I like the whole idea of training at the sunrise or sunset. This is when Yin changes to Yan, or Yan changes to Yin. I've heard that chi, or prana, is the best during these periods of time. However, there are usually very few people training outside in the morning, while sunsets are much busier with people coming just to watch a sunset, or having picnics in the afternoon.     Second, I just like sunrises, and I like fresh air of the night.    I am not a motivational coach. I am not gonna try to convince everybody jump off their couches and start training. But today I'm gonna leave you with these humble thoughts:    First, Figure out what is it that you really want, if you don't know that yet, of course. As I was saying in my previous episode, often people go after certain things, mistaking them for something they really want. It is not always that easy to identify. That's why people go to career advisers, life coaches, personal trainers, etc. They go to somebody who can help them to identify their dreams, set realistic goals and develop a plan of action . People need clarity of the vision in order to move forward, and I am not an exception.   Second, Keep in mind, there will be things you will have to give up. I've heard people say, I am doing nothing all day long, I have nothing to give up. Exactly, they need to give up that whole lot of nothing, and start doing something, and be consistent at that.    Finally, remember, there is often more than one way to get where you want. When you picture your goal in your mind, how you get there is not that important, as long as it is legal and ethical. If you wanna get in shape but don't like martial arts, for example, do cycling. Don't like weight lifting? Go for Zumba. Don't like Yoga? Maybe Do-In is your way... But do something. If you like martial arts like I do, then you cannot Zumba your way into that. You gotta do martial arts. But you can change style. Or maybe you don't like mornings, then practice at night. Go to 24 hour fitness club.  If there's a will, there's a way. Always. If you cannot find your dream, get yourself a coach, ask for help in setting your goals. Maybe there's something out there you've never heard of, that you will like.   To find out the whole story, listen to my podcast :)

PEACE!
Eugene

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#18 – Staying Consistent on the Path – About Passion to Learn and Practice

2014-03-29
Length: 29s

The question about staying on the Path came up in my mind quite a few times. I have been trying to find out what motivated me. Why did I start training all of a sudden? Why did I choose Martial Arts over any sports? Why have I been staying with my training for 30 years, and I still did not lose my interest? Why did I choose shakuhachi flute, one of the most difficult instruments in the World, and I have been studying it and practicing daily for over 10 years? I was talking about all the things I have been doing in my life in one of my previous episodes. People ask me, what helped me to stay consistent? I used to say, I did it because I liked it. But what made me like it? I had to study some things about motivation, about consistency, so I could at least explain it to other people. And perhaps, help somebody to make a decision. Yep, helping somebody is one of the points I will mention later today.   First of all, we need to remember, that we are dealing with a mindset. I've seen so many people trying to simplify their lives by dividing things into black and white. In reality, look at the Nature. How much black and white can you really see around?    I can say the same about our thought process. We can define two extremes. I am talking about "I want to do" vs. "I have to do". I am not getting in a long philosophical discussions about needs, desires and suffering. No doubt, Zen monk will define totally different levels for those two extremes, comparing to myself. But like my Zen teacher said, "who is - I?" There are plenty of wonderful recored lessons made by Zen teachers, you can find somebody competent in this area. And I am just sharing my Path.    DOWNLOAD  …

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#17 – My Holistic Transformation – First Steps in an Thousand miles Journey

2014-03-03
Length: 19s

Today I’d like to talk about first steps I took on my Path to changing myself. Being an outcast is one thing. Getting out of it requires some steady efforts. But I think the most important is the very first step. What makes it so difficult?   First, Overcoming inertia? Yes. That very first effort to make the initial move can be extremely difficult. I think it came easy for me because the discomfort from being me was much greater than discomfort from changing. It was time to do it. I did not take time to procrastinate. My thought process switched instantly from total lack of interest to obsession with my training.   Second, perhaps fear of failure? Of course! Why would I believe I could achieve any degree of success in physical activity if I hated every second of it for as long as I remembered myself? It was later when I found out that every successful person has to go through certain number of failures. But at that time I did not know those details. Nobody told me.    Third, Fear to be laughed at? No doubt about that. Of course, the whole World was gonna point fingers at me and laugh. My classmates already did. Besides, you know if you stick your head above the crowd, then get ready to receive a tomato.    Any other reasons? Send me an email, let me know. We may discuss it next time.   Listen to the podcast to know more :)   …

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#16 – Path into the Oriental Garden – Listen to the Music Set in Stone

2014-02-23
Length: 16s

...So, what is Japanese garden? First of all, it is quite a generic name. There's no single design. There are many different types of garden. Some of them are designed for nice slow meditative walk. And they are called stroll garden. They do require pretty large space. They usually have a pond or even a small lake as one of the elements.   Listen to the Podcast to know more.. Download…

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#15 – Music of my Tea – How Tea Way became the Way of my Holistic Life

2014-02-05
Length: 18s

Tea drinking in my Path

 

I'd like to talk about Tea and tea ceremony, and about how I personally got into tea and what it means to me. I often look at my life as a jigsaw puzzle, and Tea became one of the valuable pieces. It felt like there was a very specific place in my life for tea, and nothing else could replace it.   Tea has been part of my daily routine for as long as I remember myself. I grew up drinking tea. I grew up in Soviet Union. Our neighbors from the South were China, Mongolia, Iran, Afghanistan and Turkey. India was not an immediate neighbor, but our countries were really great friends. So, our friends and neighbors had tea as a big part of their culture. No wonder that it became a big part of Russian culture as well. And by the way, Russian word for tea is "Chai". I am not sure if the word has Russian origin, but it is definitely part of Russian language now. And perhaps has been for at least 1000 years. But I am not gonna speculate about etymology.   My first tea experience began with loose black tea. We did not have any tea bags, we used loose leaf black tea from India or Ceylon, which is now called Sri Lanka.  The tea tradition as I remember it, involved making really thick brew of black tea in a small porcelain tea pot. My grandma would usually preheat teapot with hot water, then put tea there, and pour boiling water. After that she would cover it and leave it alone for a while. After tea was ready, we would pour hot water in a cup and add concentrated tea from the tea pot.   Downoad Podcast Site   

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#14 – Maximize Your Learning and Practicing as a Way of Balanced Life

2014-01-27
Length: 16s

Today I'd like to answer a question I've been asked many times. The question is: where do I get time to practice everything I do? Indeed, autogenic training, yoga, meditation, martial arts, Chi Kung, reflexology, tea ceremony, gardening, music, and so on. This is quite a list of activities, especially since I was going full time to medical university and learning English on my own. Yes, I did. I also learned shorthand in the meantime, which helped me a lot to write down all my lectures word by word. We did not have technology at that time, as we have it today.   First of all, let's separate two types of learning.  As babies, we learn to walk, to talk, to do all basic things we need to learn. Later we learn to read, to write, to ride a tricycle, to play games etc. This is initial learning. Once we learn to read and write, do we keep learning? Of course we do. We may not spend extra time for that, unless reading and writing is a part of our further education and perhaps part of our future career . But we constantly learn something new about our own language. I can guarantee I can take almost any native English speaker and find some words in the English dictionary that they don't know. If you don't believe me, take a tour inside the hospital and try to name every medical device you see there. Not in Latin, in plain English. Or go to the music store and name every piece you see there. Again, in plain English. We just don't need all that vocabulary in our every day life. But we can definitely learn a lot. And we do. This is ongoing learning...   Want to know more? Listen to my Podcast. DOWNLOAD  

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#13 – Healing Vibrations – How various sounds can be used for meditation

2014-01-12
Length: 17s

Last year we started discussing meditation as a tool, and in the previous episode we were talking about Music meditation with shakuhachi flute, which is an ancient Zen tradition called Suizen. I mentioned some benefits of using shakuhachi flute for meditation, and one of them was vibrations. Sound is vibrations. Today I'd like to talk about various types of vibrations used in different types of meditation. This is not a comprehensive tutorial by any means, just  a quick overview of what I had a personal experience with.   Why vibrations, you may ask? Well, we cannot live, function, communicate, hear, see of feel without help of some kind of vibrations. We may admit it or deny it, it doesn't change anything. So we may as well use it to our benefit. And vibrations have been used for many thousands of years as a part of meditation, or even as stand alone healing practice. In one of my video episodes I will demonstrate some vibration techniques and exercises, but today we will just talk. Download

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#12 – Suizen – Ancient Flute Music Meditation with Shakuhachi Bamboo Flute

2013-12-16
Length: 17s

... Shakuhachi is a vertical bamboo flute. According to what I know, it came to Japan from China with Chan or Zen Buddhism. Shakuhachi tradition is connected to monk Puhua, known in Japan as Fuke. Fuke was walking all over the place preaching Zen, and he had a hand bell he carried with him. Fuke did not play flute, he was just ringing the bell. However, one of his disciples cut a piece of bamboo and started making sound blowing it like an end blown flute.  The instrument did not have holes yet, and the name of it was Kyotaku, which means false bell. The sound of the instrument reminded sound of the bell. This is how the tradition was born...

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Eugene
 

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#11 - Introduction to Meditation – What this so popular practice really is

2013-11-16
Length: 17s

Today I'd like to discuss one of the most popular practices, and that is Meditation. Indeed, everywhere we go, we hear the word meditation. Yoga and meditation, sitting meditation, walking meditation, just meditation, or whatever meditation that could be. Meditation became a generic term to describe the whole variety of practices that came from different religions and philosophies.   

 

Therefore, to say "I am practicing meditation" is like saying "I am into fitness" without specifying what kind of fitness: jogging, body weight, weight lifting, other kinds of resistance or weight training, zumba, aerobic dancing, cycling, cardio kick boxing, etc. So saying I am doing meditation is just letting somebody know that you are practicing some kind of mental, emotional or spiritual fitness, whatever your program is. But that's about it. There's no word meditation in Yoga, Martial Arts, Buddhism, Daoism etc.   Download

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#10 - Softness in Martial Arts and Every Day Life – Path of the Water Part 2

2013-10-12
Length: 12s

Last time we started talking about the Path of the Water, about how soft but strong the water is. Today I'd like to talk more about this in a context of martial art application.

First of all, lets define Martial Arts. I am not talking about any specific style now. What is Martial Art in general? It is often seen by many as set of hand-to-hand combat techniques designed to allow one person to defeat another person in a competition. It can be done in a form of wrestling, boxing, various styles of strikes, joint locks, weapons etc., or combination of all of the above.   

Well, while there's nothing wrong with some competition, this is not what I am talking about. I am not talking about competeing and winning. Nobody wins a real fight, there are only survivors.

 

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#9 - The Path of the Water – Soft, Flexible, Persistent and Very Strong

2013-09-02
Length: 11s

Today I'd like to talk about the Path of the Water. I mentioned the path of the least resistance a couple of times in my previous podcasts. How to determine where is the line separating justifiable resistance from excessive force?   I often hear people talking about "being like water" in the context of complete non resistance. But is it really so? If water was such a non-resistant substance than tsunami would not present any danger to people, and it would not cause any devastation like it does sometimes. And we cannot blame the ocean for not being like water. So, is water really that yielding and soft?.. Listen to the podcast to hear the full story   Download  

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#8 – Traditions and Habits: Compromise or Sacrifice? What can we justify?

2013-08-04
Length: 12s

Why are we doing things the way we are doing?

Who created traditions?

Should we change the rules or should we adjust?

This is a beginning of a long discussion.. 

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#7 – How can we define Right and Wrong? Or can we really?

2013-07-17
Length: 8s

 

Today I'd like to briefly talk  about definitions of right and wrong. But before we begin, let me say a disclaimer.

 

 

First, I won't even try to fit  -- in a short podcast -- the topic which has been a source for major arguments and discussions since the beginning of mankind. Second, I will only try to briefly describe what I studied and what I believe in. Finally, Tao is something that cannot be expressed in words. Everything I say is just a reflection, a snap shot of my thoughts at the moment I said it. 

 

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#6 – The Middle Path – The Wind Rider is Watching the Middle

2013-07-06
Length: 13s

Shao Dao is not just a regular Martial Art School. Instead, it is a whole philosophy in its own right. I will not even try to describe Dao in a short podcast. I will not try to describe Dao period. Everything I say is just like a snapshot of my perception of the World at the moment I said that. And the very next second it may change and turn into its opposite like Yin turns into Yan or Yan into Yin. So there is no Status Quo in life. Everything is changing constantly. There is nothing permanent except the change itself. And this may change too! How often have I seen people who were trying to hold on their thoughts thinking that they got the life by the tail? How many times have I been guilty of that myself? Trying to hold on my thoughts long after circumstances changed?..

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#5 – Martial Arts Lifestyle – Path of Warrior – Next Step in my Holistic Lifestyle

2013-06-08
Length: 12s

What I cannot completely understand, is whether my holistic lifestyle was a result of my training, or was I brought into this World already destined to take the path of martial arts? Almost sounds like chicken and the egg dilemma. It can make a good topic for nice philosophical discussion. But we are not getting into it right now. I just have no other explanation for my spontaneous, absolutely no common sense decision as a young teenager, other than believing in destiny.

 

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#4 – My Path, my life, my Yoga Lifestyle

2013-06-01
Length: 9s

Well, this is the next chapter in my life - the path of Yoga. This is what I got into after studying Autogenic Training I was talking about in my last episode.

 

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#3 – Autogenic Training – Where my Holistic Lifestyle Officially Began

2013-05-26
Length: 11s

Yes, this is how this all really started. I got into Autogenic Training completely by accident, staying in the hospital.

Was it an accident or preplanned event? Perhaps I will never know.. but who cares? ;)

Hope you enjoy it.. 

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#2 – Holistic Life Story Podcast – How I got from Where I was to Where I am

2013-05-19
Length: 17s

My Holistic Life Story - from where I started to where I am now.

We will be talking about Yoga, Martial Arts, Meditation and many other things..

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#1 – Welcome to my new Healthy Positive Lifestyle Podcast

2013-05-05
Length: 8s

This is the very first episode of my new Healthy Positive Lifestyle Podcast. I am briefly talking about what we will be discussing on the podcast, topics covered, reasons I created this podcast and who may be co-hosting this podcast with me.

I would really appreciate your feedback.

Email us at ancientsoundsofpeace@gmail.com

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Healthy Positive Lifestyle: Holistic Lifestyle and Coaching with Dr. Jin

This podcast is about healthy holistic lifestyle, positive mental attitude and all related subjects, such as Yoga, Martial Arts, Meditation, Nutrition, Fitness, Music, Eastern Philosophies, Oriental Gardens and many others. Eugene Sukhorukov spent 30 years studying Martial Arts, Yoga, various meditation techniques, Zen meditation music and many other disciplines. Co-host will be invited periodically as experts in some fields we will be discussing.

Healthy Positive Lifestyle: Holistic Lifestyle and Coaching with Dr. Jin


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