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Creation Date: 09-21-2005 06:25 PM
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  #1 New 09-21-2005 06:25 PM
I have just been reading Ki in Daily Living, and I find that I am in munus thinking alot of the time. I percieved it as neutrality, but it was full of inaction. I have been trying to get out to the studio however there seems to be this invisible barrior that has been stoping me from going. When I do go to train it is like I overcome all odds to get there. I figure If I can get into plus thinking it should be easier to get to the studio. It feels like some huge test, although it must be simpler than that like normal resistance. I am creating not being able to get to the studio, even though thinking about devoloping my ki consumes my thinking all the time. Why is there such an issue with the studio. A problem I encountered at the studio with plus thinking is that I started to laugh at everything and started to make a ruckuss just like kids do in the childrens classes. I became like a kid. It was completely innapropriate. How can I get into plus ki whith all that energy and still maintain a calm instead of exitement.

Shaun
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