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Another good read
on 8 February 2009
Kosta Danaos second book is as interesting as the first but for me not as inspiring.
There does seem to be some repitition here (stuff from first book), but still a good read and he also outlines some simple meditations that are helpful.
As in the first book he describes in a bit more detail the different cultures who have their own method and description and symbolism of Qi/Chi, this is a good thing, it does show we must harness that which our ancestors knew about but now seems forgotten.
I saw some complaints on certain forums/guestbooks about the exercises he shows in this book, the complaints were "they are common meditations" or " nothing really substantial" This i found was pathetic, it seems that a lot of people are looking for a shortcut or fast track to internal skills, well, there are not any that i know of, not that i am some master or something but i do know that these things take time, we cannot run as soon as we are born, we have to learn to walk first.
Either way, hats off to Kosta, although i preferred the first book both books should be read.