- Dec 30, 2015
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Thanks for the apology. But as it turns out, I have a rather thick skin. And sometimes I know can get in a hurry and not express myself quite how I intend.
Whether gi is an aspect of internal or internal is an aspect of gi may be debated, but if one's belief in gi or internal is strong, and especially if experienced, I think it may not be significant. Or may be very significant, depending on a particular person's belief and ability to use it. Just what I think.
I personally don't mind discussing gi as long as people are respectful. The problem is that like many things, one may believe it or not, and that belief may have to depend on what one feels within oneself, not scientific proofs. For that reason, it is hard to establish a frame of reference, and to explain something that may be experienced but difficult to describe.
To those who have been told there is no such thing as gi, and accepted that as truth, what I have said probably sounds like gobbledygook, or worse. That is their right, as is mine to believe in it. I don't think them less of a person. Of course if people become disrespectful, or speak derisively, I will probably just withdraw from the discussion.
FYI, you might want to consider if your rising to what you perceive as personal (or even real challenges) will really help you explain your beliefs, or fuel a monkey dance. There are indeed people here who would enjoy a virtual monkey dance. I only say that because it is something I have to remind myself of often.
Again, thanks for explaining yourself further.
Do you mind to share how you practise your chi to achieve the abilities you mentioned? I am really interested to know.