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Posted by Yusuf on May 1st, 2014 — Posted in News

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So that we can better understand our around the world and influence. Stratagems (List(en)) are multifunctional Advisory metaphors for the current strategic and tactical action. The I Ching is a future Oracle. With the Strategemen, you ask yourself: “How to do something?” (As a structured knowledge, on the dialectical yin and Yang logic > 1) is based, how (method) you currently and in specific situations should be. Without competitors and changing circumstances anyone can easily create his life.

Destinations are easily reached. In a globalized world, holistic inpiduelle Guide and navigation systems are asked to interpret the relevant to world and identify action and re-action pattern. This the best defensive, offensive and Endhaltungs strategies must be selected. The stratagems are a good way to approach the thinking of Chinese, why are these times of uncertainty and change, which many can no longer comprehend understanding with the Strategemen of the and logic (fuzzy): Strategem No. 7: control CD Strategem No. 13: control CD and bank secret source: you (the stratagems) particularly well defensively, and offensively to harm prevention, used. Who has recorded their cosmos in itself, is perfectly equipped for the struggle of life. You should learn it and, as far as ethically defensible practice source, by:, Prof.

Dr. Dr. Harro Senger 1) yin and Yang are two concepts of Chinese thought. They stand for polar or logic each other opposite and -logic yet related forces or principles. Europe and Asia differ in the human way of thinking. The West thinks analytically, synthetically in the causation or logic (digital male brain) and asks: why? (Reason, sense, cultures). We are socially deductive normatively oriented (). Asia thinks holistically sustainable in the correlation and and logic (analog female brain) and asks: why? (Objective, nature). Asia is socially inductive morally oriented (Confucius). There is still another difference.

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