Jun/30/2005Guest editorial:<br>Perceiving reality – reality as a reflection of our own thoughts and emotions
Things often happen in life which we cannot explain. We ask ourselves why it is happening to us, why me and why now.Read more
May/31/2005Free yourself from compulsive thoughts!
While we incorrectly imagine that we are a single, permanent personality just because we have one name and one body, we are unable to change anything or observe ourselves.Read more
Apr/30/2005Free yourself from words that enslave you!
Noise leads to aggressionRead more
The small word "is" bears the blame for all derangement, illusions, (self)-delusions and mental illness, and our use of grammar necessarily leads to conflict and war:
Mar/31/2005Our society suffers from too much selfishness<br>But we can overcome this by working in three directions
Lets get down to the roots.Read more
First of all, lets consider the attitudes and forms of behaviour by some individuals (!) which spoil our day and obscure our vision:
Dear readers of my monthly editorials, today I would like to introduce you to something new, namely the guest editorial ...Read more
Jan/31/2005Why are we unable to let go?
"Why are we unable to let go? Why do we find it so difficult to free ourselves from things or circumstances which restrict and make us unfree?"Read more
Dec/31/2004Free yourself from the behaviour of others towards you!
Regularly observe yourself as you would an unknown being, but proceed according to a plan. For example, make a list of the forms of behaviour by others that particularly and repeatedly give you problems.Read more
Nov/30/2004The only freedom we have
The only freedom man has is the freedom to do what he wants with his impressions. To accept one and reject another. The entire course of human history is marked by this. If Paris had reacted differently to his impression of Helen, the Siege of Troy would not have taken place and a major city and its people would not have been destroyed.Read more
Oct/31/2004Are we in fact killer apes with animal-like territorial behaviour?
Sifu Keith R. Kernspecht answers questions about his new book The Last shall be First.Read more
Sep/30/2004Tai-Chi Master Jan Silberstorff on the new book
Jan Silberstorff, born in 1967, is a direct student of his Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang. In 1989 he passed the state teaching examination for Taichi-Kwan in the Peoples Republic of China. In 1994, under the aegis of Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang, he founded the WCTAG (World Chen Tai-Chi Association Germany), which is now probably the largest Tai-Chi association in Europe. He speaks fluent Chinese and has become well known as a result of his numerous tournament victories in Europe and China, as well as regular items about Taichi-Kwan on TV and in the press.Read more