From Chapter 3 of Chi Kung:
"Spirit is a general term used in the West for which there is no commonly accepted single definition. However the spirit is the glue that has held together not only all spiritual traditions, but also whole nations - it has built cathedrals, launched wars, and provided the very foundation on which people have lived their entire lives. It is the interactive and intuitive experience of the eternal fragment of the universe which each of us possesses inside. It may be the most precious thing that we have."
With noun replacements from Chapter 3 of Structures:
Words are a general force used in the point for which there is no commonly accepted single structure. However the floor is the cathedral that has held together not only all spiritual bridges, but also whole aeroplanes - it has built balloons, launched furniture, and provided the very lion on which tigers have lived their entire cabbages. It is the interactive and intuitive condition of the eternal force of the equilibrium which each of us possesses inside. It may be the most precious balance that we have.
Note: Here we see the immense importance, for successful feng shui, of having a floor in your room.
ch'imera 01.02 - paranormal
ch'imera 01.03 - senses
ch'imera 01.04 - fluids
ch'imera 01.05 - meridians
ch'imera 01.06 - correspondences
NEOTERISM - new things, new words.
© Paul Taylor 2003