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By Paul G Hackett

ISBN-10: 1559391960

ISBN-13: 9781559391962

The 1st Tibetan-English verb source to be released in additional than 30 years. it's a verb dictionary containing huge lexical information--there is over 1,700 root verb kinds and phrasal verb sub-entries.

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By Paul G Hackett

ISBN-10: 1559391960

ISBN-13: 9781559391962

The 1st Tibetan-English verb source to be released in additional than 30 years. it's a verb dictionary containing huge lexical information--there is over 1,700 root verb kinds and phrasal verb sub-entries.

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18) y nos balanceamos de izquierda a derecha, siete u ocho veces.  19), hasta recuperar la perfecta verticalidad. 42 ¿COMO INMOVILIZARSE? Una vez que estamos seguros de la estabilidad de la postura y de la verticalidad de la columna vertebral, hacemos gassho (Fig. 20), inspiramos por la nariz y nos inclinamos en gassho al mismo tiempo que espiramos por la boca.  Los dedos pulgares se tocan suavemente, formando una línea completamente horizontal (Fig. 27).  Antes de inmovilizarnos totalmente, inspiramos con fuerza por la nariz y espiramos por la boca vaciando los pulmones del aire viciado.

Ante todo va dirigida a establecer un ritmo lento, poderoso y natural. Esta respiración está esencialmente basada en una espiración larga y profunda.  A partir de aquí la respiración debe volverse completamente silenciosa y nasal. " Lo primero que un principiante debe hacer es observar atentamente su respiración y volverse íntimo con ella. Las zonas más importantes que actúan directamente sobre la respiración son: caja torácica, músculos dorsales, músculos pectorales, diafragma, músculos intercostales y músculos abdominales.

Un Maestro Zen sabe dar su energía y sabe cómo, cuándo y a quién darla. 71 72 ¿COMO PEDIR Y RECIBIR EL KYOSAKU? Tradicionalmente, en Japón, los Maestros Zen dan el Kyosaku a quienes ellos mismos creen que lo necesitan, aunque estas personas no lo hayan pedido expresamente.  En Occidente se acepta que, en principio, el principiante reciba el Kyosaku sólo cuando él mismo lo pide, aunque esto no es una regla general. Si, durante Zazen, no podemos controlar nuestra somnolencia o nos encontramos excitados y dispersos y no podemos hacer nada para equilibrarnos por nosotros mismos, debemos pedir el Kyosaku.

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