Any of you on goodreads?
#1
Alien 
Check out my library and if you have an account there add me or not, but definitely browse my library but I have to warn you the wisdom and knowledge contained in this collection is enough to shake most people to their very core. So be careful not going too far down the rabbit hole and ending up in the abyss.  But not there’s some really good stuff here so dig in. And enjoy!

Http://goodreads.com/savvyserpent
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#2
i haven't got an account but the Mrs has she has been sent free books to review on there it's mainly Stephen king type horror books on her account, she has been on there a fair few years now, will ask later how many she has reviewed on her library it's a fair old stack.
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#3
thousands was the reply followed by the why? and the what you doing on a site full of cat ladies and dog women look, lol. you need to sling some Bronte sisters about or everyone's favourite opium user Sammy Coleridge your looking a bit cult like at the mo.
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#4
Eek 
Damn, Guest is fully loaded!!!

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#5
I have a GoodReads account that is like 10 years old but I couldn't get into the fucker or even find it if I wanted to!!!
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#6
Interesting OP. Never heard of the site.
Will check it out.

I was practicing Falun Gong in California years back. I found it to be a powerful practice.
I remember being in a town square one day with like 20 other people going through the movements together.

Awesome, of course, there were local redneck types honking and trying to disrupt what they did not understand.

That always seems to be the way these days.

Thanks for posting.

Z
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#7
Chapter 4 SILENT TALKING

"Part of learning not to lean is to get control of your dialogue. Most people talk too much, and what they do say is often just noise or irrelevant gibberish designed to keep themselves entertained. One of the keys to silent power is to control the need to talk. The rules of this consolidation are as follows."

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6776...r_With_CD_

Robyn rated it did not like it:

"While the author makes some good points, I had a really hard time getting past his tone. He has a tendency to go around slapping simplistic labels on people, and doing so with an air of superiority. There might be some good here if you can read around it, but I couldn't. (less)"

[Silence Robin]  Big Grin
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#8
https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/23...he-fittest
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#9
(06-15-2021, 09:00 AM)zacksavage Wrote: Interesting OP. Never heard of the site.
Will check it out.

I was practicing Falun Gong in California years back. I found it to be a powerful practice.
I remember being in a town square one day with like 20 other people going through the movements together.

Awesome, of course, there were local redneck types honking and trying to disrupt what they did not understand.

That always seems to be the way these days.

Thanks for posting.

Z
I prefer practicing Qigong in private on a wooden dummy. It's not a "take to the streets" thing for me. I see someone practicing qigong, falun gong (same thing with a philosophy attached) or tai chi in public I know they're seeking attention or deluded that their effect in public is somehow made more viable then doing it in private. 

It's fun to watch the old ladies do it though. They look so sweet and love the feminine, circular forms of tai chi, wing chun, qigong.
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#10
(06-15-2021, 08:42 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Damn, Guest is fully loaded!!!

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and as if all the books were hand picked just for this forum....
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