Our guided meditation comes to a close with a positive outlook on the day a head.
In our guided meditation we take a vow to have an amazing day.
In this video we are asked to imagine our perfect life and all the thing's that accompany that.
in our guided meditation we imagine what it is we want to do today.
In part 2 of our guided meditation we imagine our ideal morning.
We begin a guided mediation. First, we should breath and relax.
To make something past tense in Chinese is very simple. Just add "le" at the end and the sentence is now past tense.
The handy sentence in learning Chinese is "what's this called in Chinese?"
There are three ways to say thank you in Chinese depending on the person that you are thanking. And to say you are welcome, you can simply say "no thanks."
The "is" word sentence is a very common sentence pattern in Chinese. Many sentences can be formed using this sentence structure.
There are two ways of introducing people to others. One is more formal and the other is more causal.
Let's continue with the different occupations.
It's time to learn about different occupations.
Would you ask for your present two weeks before your actual birthday?
Just keep stabilizing your breath.
It's very easy to state the date in Chinese. All you need is the number plus the words "year," "month," and "day."
Back and forth. Repeat the steps.
Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Let's do the downward dog position.
One, two , three, four, five. Are you feeling that stretch in your body?
Inhale, exhale. Let's keep going with our yoga.
Let's practice Mountain Pose.
If you look at the characters related to plants, you will notice that most of them contain the "tree" or "grass" radicals.
This video talks about the Chinese words for plants.