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Practical Epilepsy Zen Memoir: A Thought Provoking and Moving Experience
- The Barefoot Nascar Ninja Zen of Epilepsy: Nascar Epilepsy Ninjutsu, Book 1
- Narrated by: Sky Wildmist
- Length: 7 hrs and 14 mins
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Subject (epilepsy Zen): They say that yin Zen questioning is talking to your higher consciousness. Epilepsy Zen meditation is contemplating your navel or lower than your tanzen - the doorway to the hara - and hearing the giant ocean roar from within a fragile seashell and learning the yang illuminating answer.
Through pseudo-transcendental modified meditation, you can unblock your chakras - colors from root (red) survival, sacral chakra (orange) sexuality, navel chakra (yellow) power, heart chakra (green) love, throat chakra (light aqua blue) communication, brow chakra (indigo or deep blue) intuition, crown chakra (violet) located over the parietal fissure, or spirituality. E-Zen education, therefore, could be considered a rainbow prism chakra as it encompasses all the colors and definitions. Some would find fault with my interpretation as rainbow - hope - is the symbol for gay people. I want you to recognize that E occurs on a base median of two in 100 or two percent, far greater the gay median, one in 10 or 10 percent, like it or not. There is a gay or E dynamic, not that all E are rainbow or all rainbow are E.
What people fail to recognize is that disabled people live, they love, they bleed, and they breathe the same as anyone. Epilepsy is not the only disability that can take your life away if you let it. I used to tell support group members that life is a video movie and seizures are only still photos in that movie; don't let part take over the whole. I didn't mention that I pseudo-meditate nude or do modified nude yoga. Due to the limited flex and rotation in my joints, it is modified nude yoga. Don't let epilepsy take away your dreams and secret aspirations and your goals that no one but you believe in. Zen self-cope and Zen self-love yourself mentally and physically. True love requires trust, and trust requires honesty. Never, ever, forget that you are important, too.