"Reality is in the individuals perception"
- Evan Pantazi
Most people look at the glass half full or half empty depending on their optimistic nature or their pessimistic nature.
It is a rare individual that sees the same object as completely full... half with liquid half with air... it is a rarer individual yet that thinks what is the difference.
Why think of it as separate entities at all, why not see it as different vibrational frequencies in close proximity?
- If you think it is half empty, it is.
- If you think it is half full, it is.
- If you think it is completely full, it is.
- If you think it is a series of vibrations in vibrations,it is.
How do you want to think, as that will construct your perceptions and hence your realities.
This has everything to do with Kyusho training as well. If you think it is a Martial Art, it is, if you think of it as a Healing art, it is... if you think of it as an anatomical study it is... but when you think that is is and is in everything... it is.
This is where true and full growth will be realized.
At first seeing that you see the glass from diverse points confused me but then i remember the benefits of the eclecticism. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eclecticism
And I understood, that this is the key that a Great leader have, making approaches to kyusho from diverse theories and points of view, everyone can choose the one that he/she prefers, I choose western medicine physiology, others TCM theories, others chakras, others electromagnetism, great to reach vast numbers of people.
Following KI first objective: Help as many people as possible.
Yes of course you can seek to play it for a wider audience with different approaches (or explain it in many ways). But that is what dilutes information, because when you stretch or try to fit it into unnecessary or superfluous explanation it always weakens the skills.