February 27, 2008 at 8:00 pm #27722
Soemtimes i like to put music on while doing qigong or slipping into neidan meditation. I used Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos for the first time yesterday.
Now i never “studied” greatest kan and li. But while as i was going into my greater KL practice, the Concerto number 2 started and in a sudden flash of bright light, the sun and moon appeared, traveled along the core channel to the cauldron and collided in a cosmic explosion discharging great billows of white steam that penetrated every pore and crevice and cell. Really spectacular stuff.
I sat down and continued to steam with huge convulsive full-body orgasms occasionally penetrating the stillness. Wait! did i actually say “penetrating”???February 27, 2008 at 9:14 pm #27723
I immediately got a picture of the sun and moon
“crashing the party” so to speak and taking it up a notch.
All being brought in to play with the backdrop of Wagner.February 28, 2008 at 2:44 am #27725
Nice video. thanks. i’ve used that piece before too.
getting a tad off topic, i’d like to recommend in general, not just for practice, the video set von Karajan did of the Beethoven cycle between about 1967-72. The opeing chord fo the Sym. No. 1 alone is worth the purchase price. But his “chaos” at the opening of the 9th is truly incredible not to mention the moving and astonishing subtleties in his interpretation throughout. There’s one thing he does just before the finale of the “ode to joy” that is unmistakably a mortal stumbling at the threshold of Heaven. He did not repeat it in his 1977 recording, so I guess he made it.
Not just ineffable performances. the camera direction, far-out set design, and richer than life 60s color make it feel like you’re watching “The Avengers” or “Hawaii Five-0”.
Yeah, try bringin’ a little Emma Peel into your cauldron, baby. That’ll get things real steamy! 😉February 29, 2008 at 8:20 pm #27727
that sounds very interesting….I hope I can make it to your level one day…
BobMarch 14, 2008 at 10:14 pm #27729
I often do primordial indoors to the album “Rushes” from Fireman. Great grooves and the moaning orgasam just at the right time. It’s a rather collectable home recording by Paul McCartney though his name is nowhere on the album.
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