July 23, 2007
Links: Wu Style Taiji/Taichi quan Kongfu of Zhu Datong youtube.com Wu Style Taiji/Taichi quan Push hand of Zhu Datong youtube.
January 27, 2008
This exercise helps bring your focus back into your body and wake up your internal energy. When doing this exercise while sitting, try to sit up and keep the spine straight. When doing this exercise while lying down, lie on your back and keep your spine as straight as possible.
October 6, 2006
Attributed to Wang Tsung-yueh [Wang Zongyue] (18th Century) as researched by Lee N. Scheele T’ai Chi [Supreme Ultimate] comes from Wu Chi [Formless Void] and is the mother of yin and yang. In motion T’ai Chi separates; in stillness yin and yang fuse and return to Wu Chi.
May 11, 2011
1. The Xin (mind/heart) motivates the qi, directs it to sink, so that it can be stored and concentrated into the bones. 2.
May 27, 2008
I-Liq Chuan (literally translated as Mental-Physical Martial Art) is an art of cultivating consciousness based on Tai Chi and Chan (Zen) principles of non-assertion, non-resistance, harmony of yin and yang, oneness and the present moment. In the universe all things are created by conditions and function through the energy of yin and yang. The whole universe has yin and yang energy.
August 18, 2006
First say a small prayer to direct the effects towards your Soul. Take 3 deep breaths, then say mentally “Go to sleep ‘name’” (Use your own name). “Every day in every way I’m getting better and better”.
September 25, 2011
By Zhang Wenchun, Bao Xiaolei Health Qigong is the cultural treasure of Chinese nation, which was rooted in traditional Chinese culture and born out of the then cultural background. Viewing from historical origin, Health Qigong was based on the ancients’ cognition and mastering on human life and the regulation, control and exercise of human life activities on the basis of the ancient human view of life. Therefore, the movement arrangement of Health Qigong methods and practice skills of every gesture and motion follow the law of exercise physiology and reflect the understanding of traditional Chinese medicine on human life.
November 18, 2006
Every day you should spend from twenty minutes to two hours harmonizing and adjusting your internal energy. If you can balance your emotions, you will have no anger or sadness and will not be easily excited. In doing this Five Energies meditation, it does not matter what position you sit in, but it is important that you are not disturbed during the time that you do it.
May 20, 2007
Wang Ji Wu One must always maintain a calm heart even when influenced by the seven emotions; joy, anger, happiness, worry, sadness, fear and surprise. The heart must remain as calm as still water, never allowing any personal desires to stir up a ripple of disturbance. My thoughts are pure, in spirit I seek to forget myself and transcend the common affairs of the world, keeping my life simple and my desires few.
May 29, 2008
“All sorts of strengths originate in the void and nothingness, which can only be felt gradually by the tiny edges and corners of the body”. We must, first and foremost, avoid the use of clumsy force, in body and in mind. Using this force makes the qi stagnant.
October 6, 2006
Hui Neng asked Hui Ming, “Without thinking of good or evil, show me your original face before your mother and father were born”
June 14, 2009
Zhuang Zi is one of the prominent philosophers in the era of battle nation. He has done much study about man’s spirit, integrity, nature-cultivation, heart-cultivation and advocated the nature-cultivation of unselfishness, few desires, quietness and transcendence. Unselfishness.
July 29, 2007
September 26, 2011
Xu Haipeng, Chen Yun Health Qigong is a Chinese traditional sport integrating posture adjustment, breath adjustment, and mind adjustment. It is very good for both physical and mental health. Vacancy and serenity are the focus of mind adjustment of Health Qigong.
September 26, 2011
Zhang Caiqin; Inner Mongolia Normal University The key to the practice of Health Qigong is to stay indifferent to fame or gain and keep a vacant heart, control genuine Qi, and contain the essence and spirit.”In order to “control genuine Qi”, the exerciser must first clear the mind, calm the spirit, and eliminate the distracting thoughts and ideas. And physical relaxation can promote the quiescence of mind.
July 10, 2009
Muladhara (Sanskrit: मूलाधार, Mūlādhāra), meaning “root place” is the first of the main seven chakras. Muladhara is located at the base of the spine.
December 21, 2006
by Koichi Tohei Sensei Replenish Ki when sleeping Sleeping is important to replenish Ki. Human beings consume Ki constantly while awake. Everyone sees things, listens, smells, tastes and touches things by using their five senses.
October 27, 2008
Within the image of Water comes forth fulfillment. Within the image of Fire creation is completed. Heaven and Earth are then in their proper positions, Returning to the Source is then assured.
November 20, 2012
Yan Gong Functions: Regulates the blood of the Liver Channel, soothes the liver, and improves vision. Methods 1.
October 19, 2008
The ego is a monkey catapulting through the jungle: Totally fascinated by the realm of the senses, it swings from one desire to the next, one conflict to the next, one self-centered idea to the next. If you threaten it, it actually fears for its life.
July 11, 2008
Yiquan Sanshou with Li Quanyou
February 20, 2008
Staring Master Yao Chengrong, the son of the late Master Yao Zongxun (the succesor of the founder of the Yiquan 意拳 style Wang Xiangzhai). Links: Yiquan Academy youtube.
August 8, 2009
An Interview with Grandmaster Gin Soon Chu by Tai Chi & Alternative Health Magazine* TCAH: Master Chu, when did you first begin to study Tai Chi Chuan? GSC:
June 6, 2011
Lowering Qi to Dantian can dredge the channels of the entire body, harmonize blood and Qi, prolong life, eliminate worries and fatigue, calm the bad emotions like anger, fear, and worry, open the mind, and boost wisdom. As far as I am concerted, lowering Qi to Dantian means: the exerciser has made a certain progress and entered the deep relaxation and serenity in the exercise, as mentioned in Lao Zi “empty the heart and fill the abdomen”.
October 12, 2006
Inwardly alert, open, calm. Outwardly upright, extended, filled with spirit. This is the foundation of stillness.
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