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Body Energy Arts / Meditation and Eating
« on: January 22, 2006, 03:52:06 PM »
I once read that it is inadvisable to meditate within a certain time period (30 minutes, if I remember correctly) after eating a meal. I just followed it because I'd rather not do something wrong when I can just do it at another time. Now, in Koujiryuu's "The Falsehoods of Radical Chi Explained", there is a quote by Dai Long Bang, stating:

“Before practice - The stomach should be neither too full nor too
empty, the mind should not be preoccupied with other affairs, do not
practice when angry. When hungry one has no energy, too full and the stomach
will be injured. Extraneous thoughts harm the brain. Anger harms the

I was just wondering if A) The first one is correct, and/or B) the second pertains to meditation as well. In the context, it was discussing that using anger to fuel a "Power Up" is bad. Thanks in advance.

Hello and Goodbye / Hello Everyone.
« on: January 21, 2006, 05:26:13 PM »
Hello Everyone. As you can probably tell, I'm SnowPhoeniX. I'm 15, and I run Track and Cross Country. I used to practice Rad Ki, but that kinda fell off, which I am now glad for. I used to visit the old site with Darkduck and Silverdawn, if that means anything to anyone. That's about it. I'm just looking to learn.

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