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[特別講義] 英語音声講義

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[特別講義]「国際的教養・品格を備えた英日バイリンガルへの道」

英語音声講義

◆宿題を行う上での、一つの「英語音声講義」のリスニングの回数
通常コース受講生: 1つの英語音声講義につき「70回」
英語道弟子課程弟子: 1つの英語音声講義につき「最低100回以上」

「英語音声講義」は、受講生、弟子共に、1つの英語音声講義につき、上記に掲げた回数を聴き込むことが最低限必要です。この回数を怠ると、自己の英語力・教養・見識等の劇的な改善に繋がることはありません。

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現在、英語道弟子課程弟子の中には、1つの英語音声講義につき「最低200回以上」聴き込んでいる弟子がいます。

Vol. 262
⇒ What you in the round need to recognize and understand is that “this society is utterly full of embellishment.”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 261
⇒ You cannot taste the same water, again.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 260
⇒ Pièce de résistance to sensitively experience as a human being(英語音声講義)

Vol. 259
⇒ One of the ways to be an elegant and cultured English speaker—Are you visually drawing something in your heart in English?(英語音声講義)

Vol. 258
⇒ I Toshiyuki Namai would like you to profoundly feel a sense of transience through tasting a piece of bean curd for the sake of the refinement of a sense of beauty yourself.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 257
⇒ Aren’t you dominated by fragmentary information?(英語音声講義)

Vol. 256
⇒ Ego unsoundly guides you to an irrational direction.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 255
⇒ Three calligraphic styles in Japanese calligraphy for the sake of the expression of your heart and spirit.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 254
⇒ Taking action is absolutely sacred to you now and in the future.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 253
⇒ You are expected to gorgeously enjoy some sort of immeasurability in experiencing Japanese calligraphy by using a brush, India ink and a fresh sheet of paper under the guidance your instructor, Toshiyuki Namai.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 252
⇒ The indispensability of having consciousness of your ignorance for you to be a rational existent(英語音声講義)

Vol. 251
⇒ Material possession vitally limits your potentiality for you to be more romantic, intellectual and rational.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 250
⇒ Transcendental wisdom is silent.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 249
⇒ Writing activity gives you a great opportunity for you to be a clear-headed individual who possesses potentiality now and in the future.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 248
⇒ The iron wall you see in front of you is a gift given supernatually.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 247
⇒ A commodious environment critically dulls the two, reason and sensibility human beings possess.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 246
⇒ Recording the lesson by using a voice recorder gives you an opportunity to minutely deepen what you studied in the teaching given by your instructor, Toshiyuki Namai.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 245
⇒ Re-consideration of the meaning of lesson rationally given in Ginza sanctuary(英語音声講義)

Vol. 244
⇒ You are guided to philosophize about the theory, ”cogito, ergo sum” transcendentally theorized by René Descartes (1596-1650)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 243
⇒ If you love English, reversely, English loves you.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 242
⇒ An effective idea in natural law for the sake of your future potentiality(英語音声講義)

Vol. 241
⇒ I advise you to enjoy your reminiscences of childhood.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 240
⇒ Civilization marches on silently.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 239
⇒ A wise person absolutely knows that there is no opportunity to taste the same water later on.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 238
⇒ Imperishability dulls intellectuality.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 237
⇒ Courage to determine whether you take action or not(英語音声講義)

Vol. 236
⇒ If you were a romantic person, you would succeed in learning and mastering English language to some extent.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 235
⇒ You are an existent who decides the quality of today through feeling a sense of transiency as one of sapient beings standing upon this planet in the solar system in the universe.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 234
⇒ Human beings experience two kinds of tests in their whole life as a matter of the inevitability Ⅱ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 233
⇒ “The significance instructed to free yourself from your mental bondage as a stereotype most of people in the Japanese society have” (英語音声講義)

Vol. 232
⇒ Action you take engenders something real.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 231
⇒ Human beings experience two kinds of tests in their whole life as a matter of the inevitability Ⅰ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 230
⇒ Elegant English in order to live beautifully(英語音声講義)

Vol. 229
⇒ The very best way to delicately feel and recognize the subtlety of the things(英語音声講義)

Vol. 228
⇒ Freedom of thought and conscience under Article 19 of the Constitution of Japan(英語音声講義)

Vol. 227
⇒ The veracity of your ideal shall be distinctly attested by action you ardently take.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 226
⇒ A wise person focuses upon the one which he/she truly needs.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 225
⇒ The quality of your action graces your existence beautifully.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 224
⇒ Your delicacy immensely affects the quality of listening to the English language spoken by your instructor, Toshiyuki Namai.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 223
⇒ Good wine needs no bush.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 222
⇒ ”Double statdard” of the mental structure the Japanese possess in general(英語音声講義)

Vol. 221
⇒ Two components of the inner mentality of the Japanese, Giri and Ninjo(英語音声講義)

Vol. 220
⇒ The meaning of law to the Japanese(英語音声講義)

Vol. 219
⇒ Introduction to Buddhism Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 218
⇒ Gorgeousness in my heart(英語音声講義)

Vol. 217
⇒ Introduction to Buddhism Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 216
⇒ Introduction to Buddhism Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 215
⇒ A sense of appreciation gracefully upgrades the quality of life.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 214
⇒ The beauty to tread the path of virtue(英語音声講義)

Vol. 213
⇒ Genuine or phony(英語音声講義)

Vol. 212
⇒ A human being who lacks delicacy never knows his indelicacy.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 211
⇒ Who decides the quality of lesson?(英語音声講義)

Vol. 210
⇒ The Importance of Feeling the Subtlety(英語音声講義)

Vol. 209
⇒ Reason given by God(英語音声講義)

Vol. 208
⇒ Whether you have reverberation in your heart or not is a matter of delicacy.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 207
⇒ the differentiation of the two concepts civilized, “excuse” and “apology”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 206
⇒ No genuine author draws anything from his knowledge.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 205
⇒ Sensitive sensibility(英語音声講義)

Vol. 204
⇒ Delinquency as a very perilous element in your life.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 203
⇒ Objective observation essentially surpasses subjective observation.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 202
⇒ From the sublime to the ridiculous(英語音声講義)

Vol. 201
⇒ The essence of humanity in consideration of some forms of violence Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 200
⇒ The essence of humanity in consideration of some forms of violence Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 199
⇒ The essence of humanity in consideration of some forms of violence Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 198
⇒ Rational spice for the sake of the very important genuine sensitive possession(英語音声講義)

Vol. 197
⇒ Pain and agony Toshiyuki Namai is delicately feeling momentarily day after day Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 196
⇒ Pain and agony Toshiyuki Namai is delicately feeling momentarily day after day Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 195
⇒ Pain and agony Toshiyuki Namai is delicately feeling momentarily day after day Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 194
⇒ Equality of the two, theory and practice Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 193
⇒ Equality of the two, theory and practice Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 192
⇒ Equality of the two, theory and practice Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 191
⇒ Genuine love and affection without receiving anything(英語音声講義)

Vol. 190
⇒ The Civil War (1861-1865) and racial discrimination in the United States(英語音声講義)

Vol. 189
⇒ Human nature and psychology (rudimentary) Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 188
⇒ Human nature and psychology (rudimentary) Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 187
⇒ Human life itself is always full of drama.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 186
⇒ An iron wall is a gift given.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 185
⇒ Arithmetic is unconsciously eliminated by stereotype.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 184
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅷ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 183
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅶ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 182
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅵ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 181
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅴ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 180
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅳ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 179
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅲ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 178
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅱ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 177
⇒ The principle of Euclid Ⅰ (rudimentary analogical application)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 176
⇒ Gorgeousness of no possession Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 175
⇒ Gorgeousness of no possession Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 174
⇒ Gorgeousness of no possession Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 173
⇒ Nobody knows everything.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 172
⇒ The essence of the beauty of imperfection(英語音声講義)

Vol. 171
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅻ(英語音声講義)
“‘Elevated English” supernaturally transcends elegant English.”

Vol. 170
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅺ(英語音声講義)
“Reverberation through feeling a sense of transience”

Vol. 169
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅹ(英語音声講義)
“Tasting of rational and aesthetical flavors delicately”

Vol. 168
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅸ(英語音声講義)
“Notebook as ‘hand-made intellect’”

Vol. 167
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅷ(英語音声講義)
“Wisdom and a sense of beauty in English spoken”

Vol. 166
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅶ(英語音声講義)
“English as aesthetics”

Vol. 165
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅵ(英語音声講義)
“An unknown word is a ‘gift’ given for your genuine cultivation.”

Vol. 164
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅴ(英語音声講義)
“An unknown word is a ‘gift’ given for your genuine cultivation.”

Vol. 163
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅳ(英語音声講義)
“The indispensability to start taking dictation from zero in a notebook”

Vol. 162
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅲ(英語音声講義)
“Tasting words, phrases and sentences lusciously”

Vol. 161
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅱ(英語音声講義)
“English as the embodiment of spirituality and rationality Toshiyuki Namai possesses”

Vol. 160
⇒ Power of dictation Ⅰ(英語音声講義)
“Humanitarian Lesson organized by reason and sensibility”

Vol. 159
⇒ Calligraphy as the embodiment of spirit(英語音声講義)

Vol. 158
⇒ Rationality surpasses intellectuality.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 157
⇒ Spirit dramatically stimulated and upgraded (applicable in summer) Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 156
⇒ Spirit dramatically stimulated and upgraded (applicable in summer) Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 155
⇒ Spirit dramatically stimulated and upgraded (applicable in summer) Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 154
⇒ Benevolent lucubration on the basis of scientific neutrality Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 153
⇒ Benevolent lucubration on the basis of scientific neutrality Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 152
⇒ You are entitled to articulate each word for the sake of the crystallization of your individuality Ⅲ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 151
⇒ You are entitled to articulate each word for the sake of the crystallization of your individuality Ⅱ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 150
⇒ You are entitled to articulate each word for the sake of the crystallization of your individuality Ⅰ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 149
⇒ the courage to struggle through the mud(英語音声講義)

Vol. 148
⇒ Reverberation in your heart changes your future English.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 147
⇒ with or without a sense of appreciation(英語音声講義)

Vol. 146
⇒ Anticipating the worst makes the future of the planet.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 145
⇒ appreciation of arts(英語音声講義)

Vol. 144
⇒ Beauty exists in the color, black ultimately Ⅴ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 143
⇒ Beauty exists in the color, black ultimately Ⅳ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 142
⇒ Beauty exists in the color, black ultimately Ⅲ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 141
⇒ Beauty exists in the color, black ultimately Ⅱ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 140
⇒ Beauty exists in the color, black ultimately Ⅰ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 139
⇒ the efficacy of medicine (metaphor Ⅱ)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 138
⇒ the efficacy of medicine (metaphor Ⅰ)(英語音声講義)

Vol. 137
⇒ subtle taste and elegant simplicity Ⅴ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 136
⇒ subtle taste and elegant simplicity Ⅳ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 135
⇒ subtle taste and elegant simplicity Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 134
⇒ subtle taste and elegant simplicity Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 133
⇒ subtle taste and elegant simplicity Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 132
⇒ discretion for the sake of justice(英語音声講義)

Vol. 131
⇒ articulation out of your individual spirituality(英語音声講義)

Vol. 130
⇒ The essential review of the two, Knowledge and culture Ⅳ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 129
⇒ The essential review of the two, Knowledge and culture Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 128
⇒ The essential review of the two, Knowledge and culture Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 127
⇒ The essential review of the two, Knowledge and culture Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 126
⇒ A commodious environment dulls a sense of beauty.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 125
⇒ Truth tells the truth.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 124
⇒ intellectual curiosity(英語音声講義)

Vol. 123
⇒ separation of three powers(英語音声講義)

Vol. 122
⇒ disjecta membra(英語音声講義)

Vol. 121
⇒ lucus a non lucendo(英語音声講義)

Vol. 120
⇒ intellectual honesty(英語音声講義)

Vol. 119
⇒ English pronuciation is the very matter of articulation(英語音声講義)

Vol. 118
⇒ Are you enthusiastically studying a lot in order to do something beautiful for the sake of the happiness of other people?(英語音声講義)

Vol. 117
⇒ Ignorance is occasionally interpreted as the biggest violence as for those who are decent and cultured.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 116
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅷ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 115
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅶ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 114
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅵ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 113
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅴ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 112
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅳ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 111
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 110
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 109
⇒ ”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

*”Le Nozze di Figaro, K.492″ and “rational intonation” Ⅰ-Ⅷは、現在、英語道弟子課程における学習内容となっています。

Vol. 108
⇒ Are you driving yourself into a corner for the sake of your further development?(英語音声講義)

Vol. 107
⇒ the importance to bury the old strife to go forth today and tomorrow(英語音声講義)

Vol. 106
⇒ the difference of the two, human beings and animals Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 105
⇒ the difference of the two, human beings and animals Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 104
⇒ ”Easy come, easy go.”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 103
⇒ the ultimate beauty in a Japanese black teacup(英語音声講義)

Vol. 102
⇒ Socrates guides you all to pursue elegant English.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 101
⇒ individualism(英語音声講義)

Vol. 100
⇒ ”breathable knowledge” in order to taste something intellectual and cultural(英語音声講義)

Vol. 99
⇒ the future of humankind(英語音声講義)

Vol. 98
⇒ No ditto exists here in the universe.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 97
⇒ Human life is transient.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 96
⇒ the best way to be a “genuine cultured bilingual” for the students here in this Ginza sanctuary.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 95
⇒ Time creeps on silently.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 94
⇒ You are guided to reach the exquisite beauty through a lot of painstaking feeling experiences by inches.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 93
⇒ A person of fine fiber pays perfect attention to everything.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 92
⇒ The door which you need shall be opened in terms of taking your immediate action on the basis of rigid sagacity developed.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 91
⇒ You have a privilege given to breathe the rational air.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 90
⇒ Intoxication spoils you immensely.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 89
⇒ indispensibility of delicacy before starting the study of science as the prerequisite(英語音声講義)

Vol. 88
⇒ To be disputatious out of ego is a way to be a wild animal.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 87
⇒ indispensability of a sense of urgency(英語音声講義)

Vol. 86
⇒ ethical socialization(英語音声講義)

Vol. 85
⇒ Human life is a life given.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 84
⇒ Double-faced mentality doesn’t make anything good for communication.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 83
⇒ You’ve got to be delicate enough in front of sciences Ⅱ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 82
⇒ the instinct for self-preservation all human beings possess inherently(英語音声講義)

Vol. 81
⇒ Prevarication spoils the sapience you possess(英語音声講義)

Vol. 80
⇒ good and evil(英語音声講義)

Vol. 79
⇒ look at yourself as one of human beings in the international society(英語音声講義)

Vol. 78
⇒ human greed as one of the basic elements of human nature(英語音声講義)

Vol. 77
⇒ You’ve got to be delicate enough in front of sciences Ⅰ.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 76
⇒ the Japanese rice agriculture and the Seventeen-Article Constitution of 604(英語音声講義)

Vol. 75
⇒ courage(英語音声講義)

Vol. 74
⇒ Introduction to the Constitution of Japan established in 1946(英語音声講義)

Vol. 73
⇒ How you spend your time beautifully in the morning surpasses description.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 72
⇒ Article 1 of the Seventeen-Article Constitution compiled by Prince Shotoku in 604(英語音声講義)

Vol. 71
⇒ prior consultation as a concept of “nemawashi” in the Japanese vertical society(英語音声講義)

Vol. 70
⇒ the importance of learning grammar to speak elegant English Ⅳ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 69
⇒ the importance of learning grammar to speak elegant English Ⅲ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 68
⇒ the importance of learning grammar to speak elegant English Ⅱ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 67
⇒ the importance of learning grammar to speak elegant English Ⅰ(英語音声講義)

Vol. 66
⇒ listen to a ring in your heart(英語音声講義)

Vol. 65
⇒ There is no guarantee that you wake up once again tomorrow.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 64
⇒ two different stages about your greed(英語音声講義)

Vol. 63
⇒ closing statement 7(英語音声講義)

Vol. 62
⇒ the significance of lucubration(英語音声講義)

Vol. 61
⇒ The fixed concept disturbs your valuable thinking.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 60
⇒ about our history(英語音声講義)

Vol. 59
⇒ the voice of conscience(英語音声講義)

Vol. 58
⇒ To do something difficult is the indispensable process to realize yourself.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 57
⇒ the meaning of a drop of perspiration(英語音声講義)

Vol. 56
⇒ abolition of slavery led by the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln in 1865(英語音声講義)

Vol. 55
⇒ Dilemma encourages you to live well.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 54
⇒ The spring of politeness consists in making a full sentence.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 53
⇒ definition of willpower(英語音声講義)

Vol. 52
⇒ difficulty in affliction(英語音声講義)

Vol. 51
⇒ heart and soul(英語音声講義)

Vol. 50
⇒ heart and feeling(英語音声講義)

Vol. 49
⇒ to feel you are standing upon this planet now(英語音声講義)

Vol. 48
⇒ It depends on you to take a chance or not.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 47
⇒ All you need is just a sweat.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 46
⇒ the meaning of philosophy(英語音声講義)

Vol. 45
⇒ Do you study for your greed or social contribution?(英語音声講義)

Vol. 44
⇒ one of the ways to touch something essential(英語音声講義)

Vol. 43
⇒ a question(英語音声講義)

Vol. 42
⇒ role of philosophy in order to modernize Japan(英語音声講義)

Vol. 41
⇒ To tick away the time rigidly in your heart enriches quality of your everyday life.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 40
⇒ a lot of boxes in the lesson(英語音声講義)

Vol. 39
⇒ To philosophize yourself is the process to know yourself.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 38
⇒ Real communication makes real relationship and mutual trust.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 37
⇒ Easy friendship is “very easy” to be broken.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 36
⇒ the importance of narrowing down the things you do for the sake of actualizing your mission in life(英語音声講義)

Vol. 35
⇒ closing statement 6(英語音声講義)

Vol. 34
⇒ the ultimate naturalization(英語音声講義)

Vol. 33
⇒ the concept of culture(英語音声講義)

Vol. 32
⇒ Courageous departure from the dehumanization of human beings in the poisoned civilization(英語音声講義)

Vol. 31
⇒ closing statement 5(英語音声講義)

Vol. 30
⇒ importance of doing something small every day(英語音声講義)

Vol. 29
⇒ significance of making a lot of mistakes to learn better(英語音声講義)

Vol. 28
⇒ closing statement 4(英語音声講義)

Vol. 27
⇒ meaning of a lady of “noble sensibility”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 26
⇒ the quintessence of dignity(英語音声講義)

Vol. 25
⇒ closing statement 3(英語音声講義)

Vol. 24
⇒ How you take your action refines your delicacy.(英語音声講義)

Vol. 23
⇒ closing statement 2(英語音声講義)

Vol. 22
⇒ refined delicacy(英語音声講義)

Vol. 21
⇒ tuning standard(英語音声講義)

Vol. 20
⇒ ”Necessity knows no law.”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 19
⇒ from understanding to assimilation(英語音声講義)

Vol. 18
⇒ risk management(英語音声講義)

Vol. 17
⇒ closing statement 1(英語音声講義)

Vol. 16
⇒ ”Rational Intonation 2″(英語音声講義)

Vol. 15
⇒ ”Go in through the narrow gate.”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 14
⇒ ”Rational Intonation 1″(英語音声講義)

Vol. 13
⇒ The relation between the two, delicacy and pronunciation(英語音声講義)

Vol. 12
⇒ Concept of interval in time 2(英語音声講義)

Vol. 11
⇒ Concept of interval in time 1(英語音声講義)

Vol. 10
⇒ “Sense of Vacancy”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 9
⇒ The importance of reading practice(英語音声講義)

Vol. 8
⇒ “There is no easy way in learning.”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 7
⇒ ”To upgrade yourself” is different from “to be elevated.”(英語音声講義)

Vol. 6
⇒ Components of voice(英語音声講義)

Vol. 5
⇒ the best way to use the voice recorder for reviewing lessons(英語音声講義)

Vol. 4
⇒ The importance of richness in spirit (英語音声講義)

Vol. 3
⇒ 茶道の精神(英語音声講義)

Vol. 2
⇒ ”elegancy”に内在する真髄 part 2(英語音声講義)

Vol. 1
⇒ ”elegancy”に内在する真髄 part 1(英語音声講義)