The Chi Exercise and Goal Setting

I hope that some of my blogger friends would love to read this blog that was published by Robert Weiss. Myself, I was very interested in reading it. It provides a lot of input for discussion! 🙂

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“What is it you really want, Veronica?”  Scooter from The Saddle Club Series 2

In the above quote, Scooter confronts Veronica with a fundamental existential question:  “What does one want out of life?”  Veronica has put on a series of masks that enable her to dodge this crucial question.  Her parents have instilled in her their values of wealth, position, and consequent prestige, but are those values what she really wants?  In our commercialized American society we are told how to look , to smell, what to eat what pills to take, what cars to drive, what constitutes romance, what constitutes beauty, and what love is about.  Our parents give us their own values, but what do we really want?  For some people that question remains unanswered and unexplored.  The Chi exercise is a means for approaching this problem.

Rod and Brooks Newton of the Hidden Springs Wellness Center in…

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2 thoughts on “The Chi Exercise and Goal Setting

  1. Dearest Aunt Uta:

    I hopped over to this blog and really enjoyed it, so I am a follower and intend to try this exercise as well. Thanks for letting me know about it.

    Fondly,
    Elizabeth

    1. Thanks for hopping over to this blog, Elizabeth. I suppose this Chi exercise is a bit like meditation. To me it makes sense to concentrate on breathing and on reducing muscle tension. Hope you’re going to like it.
      Best wishes,
      AuntyUta

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