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1 The Journey to Explore The Full Potential of Human Mind & Body Via Shinken Ultimate Prepared by Kenneth Lim Founder of Shinken Experience Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@shinkenxp.com Website: http://www.shinkenxp.comhttp://www.shinkenxp.com Copyright © Shinken Experience
2 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Where is our mind? Our mind is blended by our six types of senses. Water vs. its solutes (eg. mud) Characteristic of Water in a pool of muddy water - Remain unchanged. When a Clear water is compared to muddy water Perception in the mind have changed (clear water muddy water) The one that is perceiving – Remain unchanged. Copyright © Shinken Experience
3 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body What is our body? Our body is a gift from our parents. Parents provide environment (womb, ovum, sperm) for our existence. Human body is a complicated “device”. Mind vs Body Electricity vs. light bulb. Light bulb has life span. Mind controls Body. Body influences Mind. Without a Body, Mind cannot perform its presence. Copyright © Shinken Experience
4 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body What are factors that may cause changes of Mind? External Changes of financial income social status/recognition physical body (appearance, weight etc) Internal Exposure to (senses: visual, audio, odor, taste, touch, imagination) traumatic experience / intoxication (drugs, alcoholism etc) learning experience (observation, life, culture, education, etc ) subconscious transformation (media, movie, etc) Copyright © Shinken Experience
5 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body What are factors that may cause changes of Body? Mind – Emotion fluctuation Ageing – slow down in metabolic rate. Diet – food and drinks (obesity or malnutrition etc) Sex - Depletion of Sexual liquid due to masturbation & sexual activities. Accident – damage of physical body. Copyright © Shinken Experience
6 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Mind Feelings Senses Mind forms opinion on senses Mind receives senses Senses arouse feelings Figure 1: Process of Influence across Senses, Mind & Feelings Copyright © Shinken Experience Feelings influence mind
7 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Mind Actions Words Figure 2: Mind Forms Opinion on Senses & Decides on Its Responses via Words & Physical Actions opinion decision Copyright © Shinken Experience
8 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Mind Feelings Senses Mind forms opinion on senses Mind receives senses Senses arouse feelings Feelings influence mind Figure 3: Shinken Experience Explores The Influence of Feeling on Mind Copyright © Shinken Experience
9 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body The Influence of Feeling on Mind – These are some facts: Feeling is emotion, impression, perception of “Dislike & Like” Mind is commonly locked onto these feelings of “Dislike & Like” Temptations – Widespread of elements that arouse sensational feelings We are unable to stop the incoming of senses that keep arousing the mind Hence, the mind is unable to function freely and objectively Copyright © Shinken Experience
10 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body The Influence of Feeling on Mind – Why Is It Important to Work on The Influence ? Between Dislike & Like there is Neutral piece of mind. Shinken Experience explores and develops the use of this Neutral piece of mind. The Neutral piece of Mind provides: Objective perspective to manage feelings. Objective perspective – Foundation for a Wise, Sharp & Accurate Decision. Copyright © Shinken Experience
11 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Figure 4: The Structure of Shinken Ultimate The Shinken Ultimate is conducted in a small group of 2 to 4 person only. It is a 4 weeks-experience that consists of: 1.Homework:Five (5) action-orientated questions with self assessment. (30 days) Purpose: To nurture and cultivate foundation seeds in mind. (Briefing -60 min) 2.Homework Review: A face to face review & practical learning (4wkend x 2hrs) Purpose: 1. To review results of the homework & feedback. (60 min) 2. To learn – Rei, Seiza & Foot work (45 min). 3.Shinken Experience:A Full-day sessions (9:00am – 6:00pm) Purpose: 1. To observe changes of mind & body in action (Rei, Seiza & Sword play). 2. To develop a suitable daily practice method for yourself. Copyright © Shinken Experience
12 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Shinken Ultimate Adopted 4T approaches in the Journey of Exploration : To Learn, To Understand, To Practice, & To Experience in: a. Mind: Performing 5 self assessing action-orientated questions for 30 days. b. Body: Practicing Sword Play by synchronizing the whole body. c. Mind & Body : observe changes of mind & body in action (Rei, Seiza & Sword play). Copyright © Shinken Experience
13 Shinken Experience Exploration of Human Mind & Body Example of Shinken Experience Homework (do it once a day for 30 days): Sharpens Your Accuracy Copyright © Shinken Experience
14 Shinken Experience Sharpens Your Accuracy Exploration of Human Mind & Body Thank you for Your Time Questions & Answers….. Copyright © Shinken Experience
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