Tag Archives: Chi

The Chi of Eldron.

The conflict with you and your seed within.

There are two lifeforms within you.

One is the life that is you, a manifest life form, the other is the seed of life within you that will eventually become your child, an unmanifest life form.

This life form is your chi, prana or inner child within you.

As this unmanifest life form rises inside you, it will harmonise with you.

It is essentially you which will end up in the body of your child as it is born.

As this unmanifest life form within you rises and harmonises with you, biologically, emotionally, mentally etc.

A conflict of interests may arise, and this is where the discomfort, anxiety, depression manifests.

Most of us think only of ourselves, our own pleasure needs, financial, material needs etc.

But as this unmanifest life form rises inside you, it forces you to think of others or think about it, no longer considering your own needs but the needs of others.

This harmony with life around you, begins inside you.

If you waste this unmanifest life form within you, you are disrespecting it, and it will eventually manifest as your child which will disrespect and distrust you.

You can become depressed, anxious etc as this unmanifest life form rises inside you.
For it will force you to become selfless, to think for others and to share your creative force for the benefit of others.

If a person chooses to resist the harmonisation of unmanifest life forces within, then only conflict in the form of anxiety, depression results.

The only solution is selflessness and consideration of others, this relationship with your unmanifest life form also extends into your relationships with the outside world.

People can sense whether you are harmonious or not with life within you, and this impacts on how people feel about you, whether they interact with you on a regular basis, share ideas etc.

You can not trick this unmanifest life form, for it is essentially you in another sense.

Be honest with yourself, as it rises into the different levels inside you.

Learn to let go and to love others, love is the only way, for their is no other purpose in life worth pursuing only love.

The Asian Chi Cat.

As I have outlined in other posts, that from an ancient Indian or Egyptian perspective the cat represents the highest physical form of the sexual and creative forces, and as I watch the fight scene between Bruce Lee and Chuck Morris, I’m taken aback by the cat, which seems to show up throughout this fight scene.

What does the cat have to do with this fight scene?

Why does Bruce Lee make a sound like a cat when he punches, is this reference to the cat or chi energy?

Chi energy is referred to as sexual energy In Asian philosophy.

The ancient Egyptians built a sphinx, in adoration of the cat.

Ancient Indians can be seen riding cats in artistic imagery.

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The word “cat” , can be seen numerous times in the words cathedral, Cat-hechism, or Catholic, reffering to Christian faith.

Where does the word “Kata” originate if not from “Cata, or Cat”.


Could asia have adopted the same imagery of the cat, to represent creative, sexual or chi forces?

Perhaps what this fight scene is alluding to is, the reason that Bruce Lee won this fight, is because he has high chi or creative, sexual energy and the imagery of the cat confirms this.

This fight scene also makes reference to another important point I have made in other posts and that is the addition of sound to a pose, in the form of a “purr” , cat sound etc.

That the “purpose” is the “purr-pose”.

Artistic movement in Asia, whether it is Thai chi or martial arts, holds the same basic premise as yoga in India and that is to perform movement’s with stretching while adding sound.

The sound can come in the form of shouting, chanting, praying, singing etc.

The movement comes in the form of yogic poses, Thai chi, martial arts etc, or perhaps marital arts.

But to the ancient Egyptians, it was the purr pose, a downward cat pose with the addition of a purr.

Native Americans refer to a blue and red star called the kachina, could the “kachina” render to “Cat-chi-na” and also is referring to the sphinx, cat, creative and sexual forces.

Could the “kachina or Cat-chi-na” spark a catastrophe (Cat-as-trophy), suggesting that adoration of the cat as a trophy could cause a catastrophe.

“Cat-chi-na”, may suggest Unification of repressed creative or sexual forces.

Pink Panther:

Thunder Cats:

#Cat #cataclysm #catastrophe