Tag Archives: Daoism

A Manly Yin/Yang Ratio

Typically Yin is thought of as being female, and Yang as male. While this is true, it is not literally true and always true. The correct ratio of Yin to Yang is 40% to 60%. The Yang will then give … Continue reading

Posted in daoism, devolution, health, Kali-yuga, men, nature | Tagged , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Devolution Part Two

Devolution theory states that external material conditions have been degrading since the Garden of Eden or since the beginning of the Kali-yuga more than five thousand years ago. Devolution is also featured in pop culture, as in Mike Judge’s “Idiocracy.” … Continue reading

Posted in devolution, humor, justice, Kali-yuga | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Mantak Chia: Brown Demon

Readin’ this Chia pet‘s books is like talkin’ to a bum on the street who claims to be multi-drunkic, that when he drinks, he doesn’t just get high once, but multiple times. He says the trick to this is to … Continue reading

Posted in daoism, jewish, justice, Kali-yuga, karma, politics, sin, yoga | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

Pressure Point Meditation

I learned a kind of Qigong pressure point meditation here in China, and I’d like to share it with everyone. There are three points that we meditate on, between the eyebrows (the Xinmen or Heart Door), another point at one … Continue reading

Posted in daoism, meditation, practice | Tagged , , | 5 Comments