Category: Taoism

  • Internal Alchemy: An Overview

    By Elizabeth Reninger, About.com  Inner Alchemy (Neidan) – a term often used synonymously with Qigong – is the Taoist art and science of gathering, storing and circulating the energies of the human body. In Inner Alchemy, our human body becomes a laboratory in which the Three Treaures of Jing, Qi, and Shen are cultivated, for the purpose of improving physical, emotional and mental…

  • Dayan Wild Goose Qi Gong

    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…

  • The Legend of Li Ching-Yuen

    In the province of Szechwan in China lived until last week Li Ching-yun. In China where Age means something he was a great man. By his own story he was born in 1736, had lived 197 years. By the time he was ten years old he had traveled in Kansu, Shansi, Tibet, Annam, Siam and…

  • Wudang Gong Fu

    More links: Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 1) youtube.com Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 2) youtube.com Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 3) youtube.com Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 4) youtube.com Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 5) youtube.com Wudang Gong Fu 武当 功夫 (part 1) youtube.com Wudang Gong Fu 武当 功夫 (part 2) youtube.com Wudang Gong…

  • Longevity is attainable

    Go by the laws of yin and yang, do body-building exercises best suited to one’s conditions, practice temperance in food and drink, follow a regular schedule in daily life, avoid overexertion, keep calm and cheerfull. Liu Zhengcai The Mystery of Longevity ISBN 7119012517 p. iii

  • Master Duan Zhi-Liang Wuji Qigong

  • The heart is calm and quiet as still water

    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…

  • Thousand Hand Guan Yin

  • Chuang Tzu’s Waterfall

    Confucius and his students went on a hike out in the countryside. He was thinking of using the opportunity to engage the students in a discussion about the Tao when one of them approached and asked: “Master, have you ever been to Liu Liang? It is not far from here.” Confucius said: “I have heard…