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Philosophy: There is no objective good or evil

From what I have found for my practice there’s no such thing as “good” and “evil”, and any form of “good” and “evil” in the world is what in individual perceive in the world is subjective, and is simply a relativistic opinion that an individual has based on their morals, or ethics. Seeing the world in such a black-and-white way […]

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Terminology: Orthodoxy, and Orthopraxy

The understandings of orthodoxy, and orthopraxy are applied to philosophies, and religions. All practices usually have some form of orthodoxy, and orthopraxy in them, but usually they will fall into one of these two groups depending upon what they choose to focus on more. Orthodoxy: Orthodoxy means correct belief. Ortho meaning correct, or straight, and doxy meaning dogma, or doctrine. Orthodoxy […]

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Chinese philosophy: The Three Treasures

The three treasures are known as qi, jing, and shen. These three treasures are used primarily in traditional chinese medicine, and taoism. Though you may not use these understandings in your practice, it is always good to learn, and understand other people’s practices, and how they are similar, and differ from yours. Jing: The first of the three treasures is […]