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How in tune are you with your thoughts? Change your mind and you change your body, but know that you will not change if you only focus on the outcome and expect the income to change. When is the last time you challenged a thought you had?  By not challenging our thought processes we allow actions and manifestations to […]


Enso (円相) is a Japanese word meaning “circle” and a concept strongly associated with Zen, this symbol is also called “The Zen Circle”.  Enso is one of the most common subjects of Japanese calligraphy even though it is a symbol and not a character.  It is drawn in a single stroke by a human hand. […]

Kanji Madness!!!

This week I showed ふみせんせい(Fumi Sensei), a link about the difference between the meaning of Kanji and how the same kanji means completely different things in Japan and China.  What was even more amuzing was the video in the post by Koichi san of Tofugu. Thank you Koichi san for bringing the article to life […]

What’s in a name?

Learning a second language can be difficult, but the key to success lies in how much fun you are having with it.  When I was taking my Japanese II final I called ふみせんせい (Fumi Sensei) a pool.  Now my intent was to ask how often she swam in a pool, but rather I asked her […]