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
Aug/31/2004Should we suppress negative feelings?
Sifu Keith R. Kernspecht answers questions about his new book “The Last shall be First.Read more
Jul/31/2004How do we free ourselves from our own strength?
Man is born free,Read more
but everywhere he lies in chains.
Jun/30/2004It is we ourselves who are the "missing link" between the apes and man!
The purpose of my monthly editorials is to help you to remember yourselves and not forget yourselves. For it is difficult if not impossible to shake oneself awake.Read more
May/31/2004Make yourself free from mechanical lying!
We humans tell lies every hour of the day.Read more
A provocative and outrageous assertion, isnt it? What do you mean by “we“? Other people do perhaps, but why “we“, which also includes “me“?
Apr/30/2004The Last shall be First<br>The Secret of effective Self-Defence
Extract from Grandmaster Kernspecht's new book, which is published this month and is a logical continuation of the book "Attack is the best Defence".Read more
Mar/30/2004Get rid of the misconception that you are free.
We do not see things as THEY are, we see them as WE are.Read more
Feb/29/2004Lau Chung Lek<br>or<br>Why (at the 3rd level*) we have to divide our attention
In the last editorial, when I wrote about the proud Cadillac owner with the 44 cm upper arms who was able to observe himself, recognise his aggression and control it in time, I promised that this month I would discuss the technique of so-called divided attention“, or how to avoid identifying and forgetting oneself.Read more
Jan/31/2004WARNING: How aggression can arise
Grandmaster Keith R. Kernspecht uses day-to-day situations to illustrate how violence can escalate. What goes on inside a person (man) who easily loses his temper?Read more