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Old 08-11-2005, 10:53 PM   #60
JohnDavis
 
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Re: what does religion say about ki?

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Joseph Bowen wrote:
Religion is the pursuit of the Divine
Ki is the pursuit of the mundane
I have no problem with the first part of this. However, the second part is, for me, a Ki Society member, odd.

Ki just is, it is not a pursuit of anything. One may pursue Ki, but Ki pursues nothing. I know this is kind of existential sounding, but there you have it.

As to Ki being a part of creation. Well, why not? If Ki is that undercurrent of energy in all things, even the inanimate, then it must have been present or created with everything else. Just my opiinion, YMMV.

Happy Shugyo,

John B. Davis
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