All posts by Lak Loi

How You Can Use Martial Arts Practice to Fight Depression

Published by David Stainko, Book Martial Arts Did you know that depression is one of the oldest diseases classified in the history of medicine? Today, more than 600 million people around the globe suffer

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What Martial Art Can Improve My Mental Health As Well As Physique?

Published by Ronald Leach, Quora, You get out of the martial arts what you put in. This is true both mentally and physically. There is no one art that will improve your mental and physical health more

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How Martial Arts Can Benefit Mental Health

Published by Kicksite Mental health is just as important as physical health, but it often gets overlooked. Fortunately, martial arts are one activity that can benefit both your body and mind. Physical

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Mental Illness and Martial Arts: An Interesting Therapy

Published by Becky Oberg, Healthy Place Martial arts and mental illness are an excellent therapeutic combination. The martial arts can help with mental illness symptoms by redirecting aggression, teaching

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Why Men Need Mindfulness

Published by Neil Seligman, The Conscious Professional Men are now starting to take more of an interest in mindfulness but are still heavily outnumbered by women as shown by a recent survey from the US

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Hitting through the dragon mask

Written by Trevor Leggett, The Dragon Mask With age, a martial arts expert’s speed begins to decline and s/he has to find means to offset this against up and coming opponents.  One of them is to

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Is you beard more white than my dogs tail?

Written by Bhai Sahib Bhai Guriqbal Singh, Nine Special Characteristics of Sri Sukhmani Sahib Ji There is one story: a prostitute used to make a mock of a saint daily.  She used to say, O baba! Is your

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Six Diseases, One Death. One Death, No Disease

Written by Lak Loi The Six Diseases In Bruce Lee’s book called ‘Artist of Life,’ compiled by John Little (Tuttle Publishing), Bruce has a section (on Page 196) titled: – The Six

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Waheguru

Written by Lak Loi Guru Nanak Dev Ji was an enlightened being, often referred to as being the founder of Sikhism.  His message just like the ascetics before, during and after him was to share universal

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Not That

Written by Swami Prabhupada, Bhagavad Gita As It Is, Edited by Lak Loi. In this world we have an inherent conception of a bodily life, i.e. ‘I am this body.’ This is a false sense of ownership

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