Di Fruscia is a World Fine Art Nature & Landscape Photographer. He has set his goals to inspire others in keeping a positive attitude towards life, make them aware of the beautiful world we live in and to always reach out for their dreams. His quest to become a better photographer will never cease. He personally thinks that the learning curve is endless, and he has only himself to criticize when he feels that he is not living up to his artistic endeavors. Constantly searching for those rare magical moments when the Perfect Light embraces nature in all its glory, you can rest assured – that this is only the beginning of a long and dedicated quest to capture the breathtaking beauty of nature.
The focus of this site page is on Kikou Rōnin Kasshoku Magic, a sub-practice of Ayame Kikou or non-martial Neigong (Nei Kung). This page is operated by the same group that operates @TheLesserMonkey. The Ayame Kikou Research Group began on this site page with six writers in June of 2015. Within three months, the mainstay of truly good writers, philosophers and passionately active people (outside of our group) were forced off by intensely aggressive trolls. With Minds dot com not desiring to censor in any way, and not allowing members to privately censor those who were here solely to disrupt communication, the site sank into total chaos and has never recovered from that loss. Cross platform communication came to a halt. Within a handful of months, the meme and link artists took over with the trolls still wandering free and in charge. Free speech took on a different flavor. It wasn’t free. Communication ended for the most part. We came back on in October of 2015 under the name of The Lesser Monkey and slowly built up our writing staff to 24 people, all of whom are professionals in various fields of human studies and communication including business. We persisted for a year and a half, ending December 2 of 2016. We posted almost 200 blogs within 1,444 posts all pertaining to sociopolitical content and essays on our real passion concerning the effect that ch’i has on the human body and mind. It is the latter work that created this research group over a 30 year period of time. Why do we still maintain a presence on Minds? Presence is power. It ignites in subtle ways. If you care to understand our current work for this site page, you will need to read this page and do as it suggests on The Lesser Monkey profile page: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/651620917557862408 If you are interested in that collection of work, you can find our essays at https://www.minds.com/TheLesserMonkey Also recently re-opened and active: http://ayametoriigiway.blogspot.com/
i think I might know the reason why people, even those who think we live in some kind of matrix(and i think those people are onto something), always feel so disconnected. It`s because, people believe they are in the machine. They think they are this thing which is so separate from the machine that they themselves feel alienated. They feel like a lonely island atop a vast, infinite ocean that separates every individual entity, when in reality, they are actually that which connects the island and the ocean. They are the part of the machine that works because of the inner workings of the machine. You are not the part of the machine that makes it function but rather the functioning of the machine. Our consciousness, is not the river that is flowing, but rather the flowing of the river. We are the apertures of light through which the true state, the true innate, raw, meaningless dark data of the universe, can be put to use and turned into something of substance. We are the apertures of light that shine through the darkness of the functioning of the machine. In short, we are not just the consciousness of our own bodies, but the consciousness of the Universe itself.