April 13, 2008
Mme Yang Meijun Dayan(wild goose) is a bird of longevity and high-energy and Qi Gong refers to the stimulation of the physical motion of the Bio-energy field of human body. Dayan Qi Gong has obtained its name from imitating the movements and habits and characteristics of wild geese . Dayan Qi Gong belonging to the Taoist Kunlun School originated in Jin Dynasty and has been in circulation for more 1000 years .
April 30, 2007
“I gained nothing at all from Supreme Enlightenment, and for that very reason it is called Supreme Enlightenment.” Gotama Buddha
September 24, 2008
March 26, 2010
The heart of Tao is the heart of peace. It is not disturbed by the mind. The heart is the mind which has no thought.
September 26, 2011
Health Qigong is an embodiment of the excellent health-preserving culture of China, which has a history of thousands of years. As a health-preserving exercise, Health Qigong is based on traditional theories such as the Man-Nature Unity Theory, the Yin-Yang Theory, the Theory of Five Elements, and the Channel Theory. Its unique motion modes and rich theoretical content have determined the unique nutrition mode of Health Qigong.
August 11, 2006
I have arrived I am home in the here in the now I am solid I am free in the ultimate I dwell Reference: The Long Road Turns to Joy – A Guide To Walking Meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh ISBN: 093807783X Page 1
September 26, 2011
Having a Rest to Save the Energy of Life and Performing Three Regulations to Maintain Health Shi Song The health-preserving philosophy of Health Qigong has a profound philosophical foundation. It is quite different from other sports in that it lays emphasis on self-cultivation, on the improvement of psychological quality, on the comprehensive development of morality, intelligent, physical fitness, and aesthetics, on the cultivation of spirit, Qi, and essence, on self-experience and comprehension, on the dominant role of health preservation, on disease prevention and health preservation, on self-defense, and on low-profile self-cultivation. To sum up, the practice of Health Qigong not only strengthens the body, but also facilitates serenity and spirit nourishment, regulates the mental state, corrects the temperament, produces wisdom, and optimizes qualities.
August 2, 2006
將欲歙之，必固張之。 將欲弱之，必固強之。 將欲廢之，必固興之。 將欲取之，必固與之。 是謂微明。 柔弱勝剛強。 魚不可脫於淵， 國之利器 不可以示人。 That which shrinks Must first expand. That which fails Must first be strong. That which is cast down Must first be raised.
June 5, 2006
Spread. To spread means that we mobilize our chi spread it over our opponents energy and prevent him from moving. Cover.
June 5, 2006
(Ichuan, Dachengquan, Yiquan, exercise, qiqong, chikung, breathing, energy) The Mighty Warrior Exercise Stand with the feet about double shoulder-width apart and toes pointing ahead. Bend the knees while lowering the body to stand in a horse-riding posture. Raise the arms sideways to form each an angle of about 60 degrees with the torso, the palms facing the ground and fingers apart.
January 27, 2008
The purpose of this meditation exercise is to clear energy blockages along the front and back channels; to physically clear the roots of sickness; and to open the energy centers along these channels. I highly recommend this exercise. If you have time to do only one Spring Forest Qigong technique, do the Small Universe.
July 16, 2009
The venerable Master said: The Supreme Tao is formless,yet it produces Heaven and Earth. The Supreme Tao has no desires, yet by Its power the Sun and the Moon revolve in their orbits. The supreme Tao is nameless,yet It ever supports all things.
June 14, 2009
Practicers should grasp the basic points of which mean to relax all the joints in the body, dredge the meridians and strengthen the power of the lower limbs, of the Health Qi Gong Ba Duan Jin including natural relaxation, agility and correctness, combined exercise with rest, being step by step,. After that they can start the stage of applying the mind that means to guide Qi by way of mind and move the body by way of Qi. Or, the more haste, the less speed.
December 16, 2006
Written by Chen Yen Ling Translated by Tchong Ta-Tchen Some people call Tai Chi Chuan an “inside family fist”. There are three reasons for doing so. First of all, Confucianism discriminates against foreign influences.
July 7, 2008
Attributed to T’an Meng-hsien (as researched by Lee N. Scheele) The Song of Peng What is the meaning of Peng energy? It is like the water supporting a moving boat.
October 5, 2006
人之生也柔弱， 其死也堅強。 草木之生也柔脆， 其死也枯槁。 故堅強者死之徒， 柔弱者生之徒。 是以兵強則滅， 木強則折。 強大處下， 柔弱處上。 A man is born gentle and weak. At his death he is hard and stiff. Green plants are tender and filled with sap.
June 10, 2006
“When you study something with your whole mind and body, you will have a direct experience. When you believe you have some problem in your practice it means your practice is not good enough. When your practice is good enough, whatever you see, whatever you do, that is the direct experience of realty.
March 9, 2008
Liu Dehua performs the esoteric, vibrating and sound humming Pengzu Qigong
January 11, 2007
Ren Gang Many people have already tried to explain what Taiji is, and what makes this art so special or different from other Chinese martial arts. Some translate it as “The Supreme Ultimate Fist” – giving students an idea that it is a great fighting art, based on strength, speed or martial skills. But to Ren Gang, who is a long time student of Master Dong Bin of Shanghai China; its origins and explanation must be traced back to the concept of “Wu Ji” or “a state of emptiness”, that is before Yin and Yang separate.
June 15, 2006
This is a very easy meditation technique and is called Vipasana. It does not require you to believe in any God or Guru. It can be done at any time of the day.
May 31, 2006
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October 4, 2006
Fu Zhongwen (1903-1994) was a respected Tai Chi Chuan teacher from China. From an early age, he had been a disciple of Yang Ch’eng-fu, and later a family member as he married Zou Kuei Cheng, the great-granddaughter of Yang Chien Hou. Fu Zhongwen was born in Yongnian, Hebei province.
January 10, 2007
Cheng Man Ch’ing I have been practicing Tai-Chi Chuan for over fifty years. Only two years ago that I started to understand the word “relax”. I remember my Tai-Chi Chuan teacher Yang Cheng-Fu who did not like to talk much and he used to sit all day without saying a word if no one asked him questions.
January 27, 2008
This exercise is very good for healing your internal organs. Through the guidance of your mind and the movement of your hands, the heart energy and the kidney energy join during this exercise opening many blockages in the body. Again, you may do this exercise standing, sitting, or lying down.
July 18, 2008
Poem of Zhang Xiumu Lai (Zhide)´s Tai-chi is the principle of Quan, A single line runs through Heaven, Man and Earth. Noumenon of Tai-chi is the innate Qi, Dividing yin and yang form postnatal body. Strategy to opponent attrack is magic number one (unitary Qi), Flowing Qi comes from the centre cavity.
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