Magic of Conflict
This set of simple techniques, including meditation, breathing exercises, openness, and play--Aiki--leads gently to a reordered state of mind. From overcoming apathy to understanding how conflict doesn't have to mean contest, Aiki turns mind-body integration principles into powerful tools.
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The Magic of Conflict: Turning a Life of Work Into a Work of Art
Thomas F. Crum,Thomas Crum
Limited preview - 1998
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