How to Be Less Human by Xuan Kong

How to be Less Human

How to Be Less Human by Xuan Kong

How to be Less Human is a question that has occupied thousands of philosophers and monks for centuries. In recent times, however, it has been put forward as a scientific truth in the form of “xia” which roughly translates into “Shaolin.” This book explains that one’s body is inherently lazy and requires little effort on the part of the practitioner in order to be successful. As a result, many people believe that they have been able to achieve success without really having done anything, and this is a common theme throughout Feng Shui practice. According to the book, it is possible to make someone who is traditionally considered to be “lazy” into becoming much more active and energetic. This is achieved by training the body, mind, and soul to work together in a manner that is beneficial to both the body and the mind.

Many of the steps outlined in How to be Less Human are similar to those that are taught in the martial arts, especially when it comes to basic conditioning and flexibility exercises. There are also a number of special exercises that are taught through the use of different animal forms, all of which are meant to trick one’s natural defenses and enable one to use these protections against external sources that one may not otherwise use. For example, one of the exercises taught through How to be Less Human involves painting one’s hands with almond paste and then mixing it with a small amount of black ink. The purpose of this is to trick the mind into thinking that the hands are made of almond paste and black ink and to thus make it easier to move using “the almond touch,” without actually having used almond paste or black ink.

The most important aspect of the book, however, is the concept of ying and yang. Yin and yang refer to how energies are always in balance. Animals are always seen as showing abundance, and in many cases, it is possible to figure out what kind of person one is by observing how animals act and react in different situations. One Day With A Tiger by adeptus contains a number of different scenarios, and one of these involves a young female tiger who is practicing her skills in an intensive training session with her trainers at the zoo. The tiger is shown to be graceful and confident, and one day she discovers a strange lump in her abdomen, which starts to grow, causing her to become uncomfortable.