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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...
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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...
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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...
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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...
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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...
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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...
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        In summer we absorb external heat easily through lots of exhuberant outdoor activities. Now in winter, it is the time when we consolidate all of that yang qi within us to create hot coals in the Lower Dantien. Winter is a time of year for "storing qi," nurturing and preserving the kidneys...
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        In summer we absorb external heat easily through lots of exhuberant outdoor activities. Now in winter, it is the time when we consolidate all of that yang qi within us to create hot coals in the Lower Dantien. Winter is a time of year for "storing qi," nurturing and preserving the kidneys...
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        In summer we absorb external heat easily through lots of exhuberant outdoor activities. Now in winter, it is the time when we consolidate all of that yang qi within us to create hot coals in the Lower Dantien. Winter is a time of year for "storing qi," nurturing and preserving the kidneys...
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        In summer we absorb external heat easily through lots of exhuberant outdoor activities. Now in winter, it is the time when we consolidate all of that yang qi within us to create hot coals in the Lower Dantien. Winter is a time of year for "storing qi," nurturing and preserving the kidneys...

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