The 60 Second Panic Solution

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7 Chakra Energy Attraction Healing

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Law of Attraction Practitioner Certification

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Tai Chi Harmony of Cosmic Being

Golden Embryo Taoism

Energetically, the Inner Smile asks us to accept that our personal inner Being is part of the Original Spirit yuan shen of the Tao Dao . According to ancient Chinese thinking, Original Spirit exhaled the Original Breath as the pure, non-polar breath of the Cosmos. This breaths follows the cosmic law of the Tai Chi principle of harmony. Its invisible guidance deep inside our body is why we constantly seek harmony in our everyday life. Think of Tao as the Source of Nature. Tao breathes out its...

The Pineal Gland as a Sensor of PRANA or QI

Images Pineal Gland Midbrain

How, and w ith w hich parts of t heir b odies, do liv ing c reatures sense c hanges in th e electromagnetic field Here I would like to i ntroduce a n i nteresting experiment A tiny electrode was inserted into the pineal gland of the exposed brain of a guinea pig, and a helmholtz coil was set around the animal's head. We then created an artificial magnetic field, and c hecked t he reaction of t he n erve cells in th e pineal g land. T he am ount of electric discharge was seen to change with...

The Buddhas Guardiansexercise Jin Gang Gong

According to legend, Jin Gang Gong was created by a general of the Qing Dynasty 1644-1911 A.D. . This general was proficient in both Qigong and medical skills. He later shaved his head and became a monk. This school of exercise was established by successors through selection. It consists of three steps. As with other exercises, it stresses the regulation of the heart, the body and the breath. The exercise should be done with relaxed body and soft breath, and without distracting thoughts. a. The...

Automatic Circulation Exercise Zhoutian

Zizhuan Gong also Fu Lun Zi Zhuan, or Xing Ting Functions Increases circulation and mental activities. Method Sit or lie supine. Relax all over, breathe naturally, apply the tongue against the palate, and concentrate the mind on the navel. Concentrate on the navel as the center of a circle and imagine moving the abdominal muscles during inspiration. During inspiration imaging moving the abdominal muscles from the center point clockwise to a point above the navel. During this part of the...

Endocrine Glands Ailments

Astigmatism

Apply lo calized s weeping and e nergizing on t he m alfunctioning c hakras. T he a jna chakra should be treated. 3. Repeat the treatment twice a week until healing is complete. Instruct the patient to consult a specialist. This may be caused by pranic depletion or congestion in the armpit and the surrounding areas. Difficulty in raising the arm could also be caused by heart ailment or high blood pressure. Scan the areas thoroughly. Apply l ocalized s weeping a nd e nergizing on t he a rmpit...

Cleansing Process Belching and Diarrhea

People who, develop belching and diarrhea during practice might think that it is due to something that they have eaten. This is not the case, however. When the power starts to flow, it acts as a cleansing and filtering agent for the body and the organs. The diarrhea that ensues is not the usual kind. After it is over you will feel very energetic and internally light and clean. You may feel a little weaker but you will feel much better than you can recall. Your stool may be very dark and sticky....

Qigong Theory and Training Categories

Energy Gates Qigong Images

Many people think that Qigong is a difficult subject to understand. In some ways, this is true. However, you must understand one thing regardless of how difficult the Qigong theory and practice of a particular style are, the basic theory and principles are very simple and remain the same for all of the Qigong styles. The basic theory and principles are the roots of the entire Qigong practice. If you understand these roots, you will be able to grasp the key of the practice and grow. All of the...

Bridge Channels Yin and Yang Chiao Mo Function

Yin Channel Flow

The Bridge Channels, also called the Heel Vessels as they originate at the heels, regulate the amount of energy being used by all the other meridians in the body. They act like a bridge linking together the stored Chi in the body and the areas in need of Chi. Usually if any meridian uses more energy than it needs to flow properly, then other meridians become deficient as a result. Thus the Bridge Channels seek to assure that your energy is distributed in a balanced way. The Yin Bridge Channel...

Positive and Negative Qi and Breathing

Ball Chi Gong

If at some time you are unable to do hand-dowsing because an object cannot be touched, try the following steps. Make qi balls between your fingers and on the Lao-Gong acupuncture point. Bring all the balls together to form a single qi ball. Bring all the balls together to form a single qi ball. Figure 8-2 Effects of positive and negative qi. Figure 8-2 Effects of positive and negative qi. 1. Relax and breathe normally several times, paying particular attention to your inhalation. 2. Become...

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Da Cheng Chuan Fighing Seqeunce

How You Make Circles With Your Arms

All fields of human activity - physical, mental and spiritual -depend on the power of our energy. Properly concentrated, it can generate tremendous creativity and dynamism. All human beings are capable of manifesting far higher levels of energy than is normally assumed. This book introduces you to the ait of awakening this extraordinary capacity already latent in your body and mind. The techniques for personal development in this book have traditionally been practiced in the martial arts. But...

Muscle Tendon Meridians

Person Facing Away

There are 12 muscle-tendon meridians in the body. These exist along the surfaces of the muscles and tendons, running from joint to joint. Unlike the other meridians, these do not connect with any internal organs. They seem to be primarily involved in the gross utilization of energy with which the musculature is associated. Here, however, there is far greater efficiency that is, minimized effort with increased energy output than is ordinarily presumed to be normal. Muscle-tendon meridians...

The Six Healing Sounds

Chikung Six Healing Sounds

Use sound to discharge stagnant energy, and refresh your organs officials. Sound is a vibrational frequency which reverberates through the tissues and organs of the body. Different sounds have different frequencies which effect specific organs and functions. Colors also have their individual vibrational frequencies. One of the main causes of problems, symptoms, and illness is stagnant energy in the various organs and tissues which can cause a condition of internal heat, that then inhibits the...

Six Word Chant Ong Ma Lee Bae Mae Hong

This is the wisdom of the universe. MA LEE means a person's heart, which is full of changes. BAE MAE means the purity of the heart, the emptiness. HONG means the enlightenment of a person with the wisdom of the universe, or with the power of God. ONG sound can help with problems in the eyes, the ears, nose, and all kinds of headaches and head problems. MA LEE can help with problems in the throat, shoulders, elbows, and the heart and lungs. BAE MAE can help with...

Regulating the Breath

Regulating breathing means to regulate your breath until it is calm, smooth, and peaceful. Only when you have reached this point will you be able to make the breathing deep, slender, long, and soft, which is required for successful Qigong practice. Breathing is affected by your emotions. For example, when you are angry, you exhale more strongly than you inhale. When you are sad, you inhale more strongly than you exhale. When your mind is peaceful and calm, your inhalation and exhalation are...

Chapter Initial Preparations

Stomach And Sternum

Iron Shirt Breathing and Relaxation You must not use force in any of these procedures. These exercises depend very much upon mind control and relaxation. In doing the chin press, which is accomplished by pressing the chin down to the chest and pushing out C-7, the chest must remain relaxed if you are not to develop chest pain and congestion and if you are to avoid difficulty in breathing. Practice the relaxation of the Inner Smile and run your Microcosmic Orbit described briefly in this...

Master Yun Hang Taichi

Tai Chi Chuan Yang Sau Cheung

Master Lam Kam Chuen has devoted his life to the classical arts of Chinese culture. He has brought these to the West, introducing Chinese health care to millions through his books, videos and TV appearances. A living example of Chinese holistic culture, Master Lam is accomplished in the Five Arts studied by the advisers to the imperial court. The Five Arts - San, Yi, Ming, Bok and Shang -comprise the Taoist and Buddhist arts, systems for internal medicine and health exercise, Feng Shui,...

Illustrations of Postures

Back Muscles Tendons Lungs Connection

Designed to strengthen the pinky and thumb fingers, Holding the Golden Urn joins the pinky fingers to a line which runs up and around the ears at which location is housed one of the two major cranial bones , down the sides and to the small toes Fig. 3.83 a , and strengthens the thumb line by joining it to the cranial bone, to the chest, to the navel and down to the big toes. Fig. 3.83 b . These two lines are very important in holding the muscle tendons and bone structures together. When...

Opening the Functional and Governor Channels Theory Functional and Governor Channels

Chi Energy Ball

The Functional and Governor Channels are the first two of the eight extraordinary channels described earlier in this chapter beginning p.178 . They serve as the reservoirs of yin and yang energy in the body. The Functional or Conception Channel is yin and all of the ordinary yin channels connect to it. Similarly, the Governor Channel is yang and all of the ordinary yang channels connect to it. Enlightenment Gland, Gland of Direction Wei-Chung BL-40 extra Spirit Energy is stored here. Pituitary...

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With the Standardized Form of Pa Tuan Chin

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The Commonlyused Points and Manipulations

Bone Proportional Cun

The point massage can dredge the circulation of qi and blood, clear and activate the meridians and collaterals and strengthen the immunological and disease-resisting abilities of the body. It can also regulate qi and blood, balance yin and yang, enhance the body resistance to eliminate the pathogenetic factors, mobilize the potential energy of the body to achieve the goal of fighting against diseases and prolonging life. However manipulation and a correct selection of points according to the...

Structural Training Position Against Wall

Zeichnung Mensch

Using a wall for feedback, you will be able to feel when you have a structurally aligned, elongating spine. This exercise is dependent only upon a wall or door to lean against, so it can be done anywhere as a postural recharging exercise. For those with back problems, particularly lower back pain and sciatica, it is a powerful method for decompressing the vertebrae and lessening the discomfort. Lean against a wall with the heels approximately one to one and a half feet from the wall. Bend the...

Wu Chi the first position

Wuji Posture

All Zhan Zhuang training begins with this position, which is profoundly important. Even at extraordinarily advanced levels of exercise, we begin with a period of quiet standing in the Wu Chi position - the position of primal energy. The Wu Chi position involves simply standing still. It is an opportunity to pay careful attention to the tensions in your body and its nervous system. At the same time it becomes a moment of powerful, deep relaxation in your day. Simple as it may seem, this opening...

Prepare to Circulate the Chi Energy

Tongue Position Tai Chi

The key to Chi circulation is deep relaxation in order to circulate the warm current you must be calm within yourself. If you are distracted by the television, passing cars, or your unmade bed, your mind will turn outwards and you will be unable to focus on your energy. As you progress you will learn to ignore the distractions and will be able to meditate anywhere, but in the beginning choose a quiet spot and a special time. The more comfortable the atmosphere the more easily you can...

General Cleansing And Energizing

If your body is quite weak or if infection is involved , then general cleansing and energizing should be applied. This is necessary not only to energize yourself but also to seal the holes in the outer aura and to partially disentangle the health rays. There are several ways that you can do this. Diffuse or scatter your consciousness to all parts of your body. Do pranic breathing for ten cycles. Inhale slowly. Will and feel prana going into all parts of your body. Exhale slowly and visualize...

The Dantien up and down

Florence Jay Gould

THIS is good for your lungs, increases your breathing and stimulates your Dantien Qi by moving up and down. 1. Stand as in Step 2 of the previous exercise. 2. JJ, Separate your hands so the palms face upwards and the fingertips point towards each other. The hands should be level Slowly raise your hands from the Dantien to the chest, as high as the Qihu points on the upper chest, and breathe in. 4. JJ . Turn your palms down so the Hegu point on the hand faces the Qihu point LEFT and lower your...

More On Testing Strength

The simplest exercises are done in a position with feet shoulder width apart and weight evenly distributed on both feet. This is called pingbu. On next stage, we do most exercises in a position which is called dingbabu. Now you will try to do the same shi li exercise which was described in previous chapter, but in dingbabu position. For a moment you can forget about hands movement and focus on legs and torso. Stand in dingbabu position, with weight mostly on back leg front 3, back 7 . Your...

Tse Healthy Livin Gong 2 Chinese

HONG KONG-BORN Michael Tse has studied Qigong and martial arts for over 30 years with some of the world's most renowned masters. His Qigong Sifu teacher , Grandmaster Yang Meijun, passed away in China in 2002 at the age of 104. She taught him not only most of the surviving forms from the 1,800-year-old Kunlun Dayan Wild Goose system of Qigong, but also passed on the Qigong healing skills for which she was so famous. With this knowledge of Qigong, and his study of Chinese philosophy, history and...

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Collecting Chi Energy after Practice

Iron Shirt Chi Kung

After each practice, stand silently erect for a few moments. Concentrate your attention on the navel, collecting the Chi there. As the Chi sinks down, stroke the chest from top to bottom with the palms of the hands. This prevents congestion of the chest and heart, as well as other side effects, such as heartburn, headache and eye pain. Move your hands to release the congestion and walk around until you feel the energy settle down. After practicing Iron Shirt, take time to do the Microcosmic...

Iron Shirt and Chiropractic by Dr Michael Posner

Line Gravity

In all health professions nowadays, one thing that is commonly considered detrimental to our health is the phenomenon of stress. Various methodologies and theories have emerged that aim to help minimize the amount of stress one has to cope with. I wish to discuss the unavoidable stress of gravity on a body's structure when in an upright position, some health implications, and how, through proper alignment of bone structure, we can efficiently minimize stress and increase good health. As...

Pore Breathing Technique

Inhale and visualize prana or white light going into the pores of the affected part. 2 Retain your breath for a few seconds and visualize the grayish diseased matter becoming lighter or the affected parts becoming brighter. 3 Exhale and visualize the grayish diseased matter being expelled through the pores and through the health rays. Visualize the health rays being straightened. Straightening the health rays is very important since it is through the health rays that used...

Chapter One Qi Dao Fundamentals

Shamanism is the most ancient spiritual tradition known to humankind. Throughout its history, the human race has evolved significantly in both technology and science, but human nature has never changed. We all have the same primordial spiritual core that we often call our inner essence or spirit. This inner nature is not always apparent, for the wonders of technological and scientific progress tend to distract us more and more from paying attention to our inner nature as well as to the world of...

25 Fighting Principles Scott Baker

Scott Baker Wing Chun

This book is about kung fu, specifically the Wing Chun system of kung fu. Even more specifically, it is about the often mystical or secretive internal Chi-kung skills of Wing Chun kung fu. It is written specifically to those who currently practice Wing Chun, or have an invested interest in Wing Chun kung fu specifically. Kung fu is a term that has become synonymous with Martial Arts in both the West and the East. Even in mainland China today the martial arts are referred to frequently as gung...

Jade Ladder Climbing to the

Ladder Climb Stretch

GOOD FOR Coordination High blood pressure Chronic fatigue syndrome ME ACCUPUNCTURE POINTS Laogong see page 58 and Huantiao see page 59 t Stand relaxed with your feet together and your arms by the side of your body and the Laogong points facing the Huantiao points. 2 Lift up your left leg so that it is level with your waist, and at the same time, stretch up your left hand above the head so that the palm faces towards the right As you lift up the arm, straighten the right leg. The Laogong point...

The Master And Coupled Points

Tan Tien Breathing Qigong

To learn the four sets of Master and Couple Points. To activate these by simple sequences of touching them. To turn the whole Eight Extraordinary Meridians on, in a quick and immediate way. To gain instant access to your Qi Energy. Overview and Explanation The following is an abbreviated, but advanced, form of the Eight Extraordinary Meridian practice, using a group of points called the Master and Coupled points. This practice is the result of personal exploration and experience by the author...

Falun Zhou Tian Fa Falun Heavenly Circulation Exercise Principle

Zhineng Qigong Empty Space

This exercise enables energy of the human body to circulate over large areas. Rather than going through only one or several channels, the energy circulates from the whole Yin side of the body to the Yang side over and over again. This exercise is much superior to the average methods of opening up the energy channels, or, the great and small heavenly circulation. It is an intermediate-level exercise of Falun Gong. On the basis of the previous three sets of exercises, this one is intended to open...

Table of Energy Centers

Mingmen Spinal Gates

Swadisthana Over The Spleen Social Splenic Chung-Chi, CO-3 Four tsun below the Umbilicus Kuan-Yuan CO-4 Three tsun below the navel, female ovaries energy center 3. Gate of Mortality Door of Death amp Life Hui-Yin, CO-1 In the center of the perineum, midway between anus amp scrotum in the male and the posterior labial commissure in the female. Bulbourethral gland, ending of the nerves vessels, testes Chang-Chiang, CO-1 At the lower end of the coccyx between the tip of the coccyx and the anus....

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Vital Breath of the

Vital Breath The Dao

Praise for Master Zhongxian Wu's Vital Breath of the Dao In this beautiful book, Master Zhongxian Wu communicates to us his great understanding of, and experience with Qigong not as a mere technique but as a perspective on life itself. He presents this material in a timeless way that engenders open awareness and ease of being in the reader. Over a cup of tea, we are led to taste the fruits of the practice so reverently offered to us. Master Wu is generous to create an elaborate context through...

Shangen Acupuncture Point

The Third Eye's main passage is located between the middle of the forehead and the Shangen20 point. The way everyday people see things with the naked eye works the same way as a camera does The size of the lens, or pupil, is adjusted according to the distance of an object and the intensity of the light. Via the optic nerves, images then form on the pineal gland, located at the back of the brain. The supernormal ability of Penetrative Vision is simply the ability of the pineal gland to look...

Auras of the Bioplasmic Body

Bioplasmic Body

THE BIOPLASMIC BODY interpenetrates the visible physical body and extends beyond it by four to five inches. This invisible luminous energy field which follows the contour of the visible physical body is called the inner aura. See'figure 2a on page 10. In The Human Aura, Kilner writes The idea of a human aura, a radiating luminous cloud surrounding the body, is an ancient one. Sacred images from the early Egypt, India, Greece, and Rome used this convention before it became so popular in...

Chakral Breathing Technique

Inhale slowly and concentrate on the affected chakra. Visualize the chakra drawing in or inhaling fresh prana. Hold your breath for a few seconds and visualize the prana being assimilated. Exhale slowly and visualize the chakra throwing out or exhaling the grayish dirty matter. Hold your breath for a few seconds and visualize the chakra becoming brighter and healthier. Repeat the process four times. 2 Do pranic breathing. Inhale slowly and concentrate on the affected...

Tribute to Wang Hao Da

Master Wang Hao

Sadly, our world is a little poorer, with the passing of Wang Hao Da on 24 May 2002. His remarkable life was cut too soon short at 78, by lung cancer, in Shanghai. The sacrifices and commitment he made to his art produced an outstanding martial artist. Those of us privileged to study with him in North America, Europe, and China were able to witness his outstanding abilities, but it was his unique character that truly captured us time and again. Wang Hao Da began his internal arts career late in...

Massage and Exercises after Meditation

Taoist Massage Beat The Heavenly Drum

After meditation or Qi transport training, you should massage yourself and do some loosening up exercises. The main purpose of massage is to loosen and relax the muscles on the Qi pathways. This can help you to clear your mind, and can also help to eliminate any Qi residue that might remain in certain cavities. This residue of stagnant Qi, if left in the cavities, can affect normal Qi circulation and cause muscle and cavity pain. If a partner is available, it is best to massage each other,...

Nose and Teeth Exercise CBichi Gong

Functions Clears the nasal passages, prevents cavities by reinforcing the teeth. 1. Preparation. Assume a sitting or standing posture. Get rid of nasal discharge and become relaxed and quiet. Breathe naturally. 2. Bathing the Nose. Rub the dorsal back sides of the thumbs against each other until they are hot. Use them to rub the sides of the nose gently up and down. Rub the nose 5 times during each inspiration and expiration. Perform 6 respiratory cycles Fig. 15 . 3. Kneading the Nose Apex. Put...

All kinds of amazing psych abilities developed because they practised Qigong

Kate Britton Qigong

Dayan Qigong became very popular and Grandmaster Yang was invited to teach in many different areas. I thought that this was a good opportunity to study with her and I was again fortunate to be accepted by her, and so I started my Qigong journey. Then, after four years training, in 1988, I moved to the UK. However, Dayan Qigong is not a simple skill. It is very deep with philosophy, movements, meditation, Buddhist and Daoist healing knowledge. So even after I moved to England, I continued...

Eight Section Brocade

Tao Yin Qigong

Eight Treasures Dao-yin Eight Silken Movements Ch'i Kung Ba Duan Jin, Pa Tuan Chin, Pal Dan Gum, Pa Tuan Tsin, Ba Duan Gin Dao- A Qigong Dao-yin Form A Taijiquan and Kung Fu Warm-up Standing Exercise Menu Introduction Links Bibliography Quotations Green Way Research, Red Bluff, California, 2006 By Michael P. Garofalo, All Rights Reserved.

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Chapter Balancing Gong

Balancing Gong is a Daoist Qigong exercise which mainly imitates the movements and daily life of animals. The exercises work by stimulating the Dantien to strengthen the back, shoulders and neck. Nowadays, people have to sit for long periods in offices, cars, and so on. As a result in middle age their joints become stiff and painful, and sometimes even swollen. This is because of poor circulation. In Chinesc medicine the Qi and the blood are connectcd. If the circulation is good then the Qi...

The Microcosmic Orbit The Small Heaven Meditation

Microcosmic Orbit

To activate and circulate your energy in two of the Eight Extraordinary Meridians - the Governor Meridian Du Mo up the center line of your back, and the Conception Meridian Ren Mo down the center line of your front. These two meridians divide the body into left and right, and affect every other energy channel and function, because they have 'Meeting Points' along them which influence and affect all of the other meridians. The following instructions have been simplified and modified for people...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Universal Tao Practices

Chi Gong Dan Tien

It is in the Lower Tan Tien that the condensation process started from which our life began. This is where all the energies of heaven and earth in the lovemaking of our parents and ancestors and their essences came together and created the embryo and our Original Chi. In the Cosmic Healing Sounds practice, sound combined with movement serves to soften and cool down overheated organs which have tended to contract and harden as a result of stress. The body temperature is rebalanced and the free...

Energizing With Prana Hand Chakra Technique

Energizing Hand Chakras

When projecting prana to the patient's bioplasmic body, you should simultaneously draw in air prana or air vitality globule from the surroundings. This prevents draining or exhausting yourself and becoming susceptible to infection and diseases. There are many ways of drawing in prana and projecting prana one of the safest and easiest ways is through the hand chakras. One of the hand chakras is used to draw in air prana and the other to project prana Figure 10. Energizing with prana using the...

Big Python Softens Its Body Dah Maang Roan Shenn

Shoulder Circling Exercise

After you have regulated your breathing and mind, start moving your body around slowly. The motion starts at your feet, and flows upward in a wave through your legs, body, chest, shoulder, arms, and finally reaches your fingertips Figure 3-56 . The movement feels sort of like a large snake moving around inside your body. The movement is comfortable and natural, and there is no stagnation or holding back. Do the movement for about one to two minutes, until you feel that your body is soft and...

Begin the Orbit Open the Front Channel the Functional

Sole The Foot And Pressure Points

The functional channel meridian runs down the front of the body and is yin, female, or cold in quality the governor channel at the back is yang, male, or hot. When joined, these two form the Micro-cosmic Orbit which links with all the vital organs of the body. By completing this route, the yin and yang mix in harmony, enabling you to increase your energy flow, and send energy, hormones, and vitality throughout your body. In this way energy can be collected, transformed and absorbed where...

Chapter General Introduction

Pleura And Musculature

Universal Tao System and Iron Shirt Chi Kung In addition to the more popularly known martial arts disciplines of Kung Fu and Tai Chi the Universal Tao System includes health practices, healing arts, the development of a state of mindfulness, and the management of vital energy Chi . The martial arts aspect of this training, the practice of Iron Shirt, develops a highly refined moral and spiritual awareness. The goal of the Universal Tao System is to keep our physical bodies in good condition...

Drawing In Ground Air And Tree Prana

Qigong Exercises Pics

There is a minor chakra in each foot. This chakra is called the sole chakra. By concentrating on the sole chakras and simultaneously doing pranic breathing, you can tremendously increase the amount of ground prana absorbed through the sole chakras. See figure 26. Concentrating on the sole chakras activates them to a certain degree. Pranic breathing greatly facilitates or helps the sole chakras in drawing in ground prana. Drawing in ground prana is one way of energizing yourself. Ground prana...

Self Qigong Exercise as Accessory Treatment

1 Iron Crotch Exercise Tiedang Gong Pushing the Abdomen-. Lie supine, overlap the hands with the right above the left, and push with them from the xiphoid process to the pubic symphysis 36 times. Pushing the Abdomen Obliquely-. Lie supine, and push with the palms from the xiphoid process separately and obliquely to the sides of the abdomen 36 times. Kneading the Navel-. Lie supine, overlap the hands and knead with pressure the navel clockwise and counterclockwise 36 times respectively....

Spiritual Connection Pendant Makes Your Spiritual Journey Easy

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Reiki Energy Healing Bracelet Review

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Gong Potency and Supernormal Abilities

1 Gong Potency is Developed Through Cultivating Xinxing17 The gong that truly determines the level of one's gong potency gongli isn't developed through performing qigong exercises. It is developed through the transformation of the substance called virtue de , and through the cultivation of 15 qi chee in Chinese thought, this substance energy is said to assume many forms in the body and the environment. Usually translated as vital energy, this qi is thought to determine a person's health. 16...

Premature Ejaculation

The disease is often caused by masturbation in adolescence, deficiency of the kidney-qi due to intemperance in sexual life or dampness and heat of the Liver Channel. Failure of the normal sexual life characterized by ejaculation of semen at the beginning of the sexual act and prostration of the penis immediately after the ejeculation is the main manifestation of the disease. Premature ejaculation due to deficiency of the kidney-qi have the symptoms of soreness and pain in the waist, weakness of...

The Five Animals Frolic Wu Qin Xi

Five Animals Frolic Chi Kung

Wu Qin Xi was created by the most famous master of medicine, Hua Tuo, of the Three Kingdoms 220-280 A.D. by imitating the movements of five kinds of bird and beast the bear, tiger, monkey, deer and crane and combining the characteristics of the human body. It works well for health care. Wu Pu, one of the disciples of Hua Tuo, practised this exercise for building a good physique and he could hear and see well, had firm teeth and looked like a middle-aged man even when he was more than ninety....

Activating the Chi Belt Dai Mo

The Chi Belt or Belt Channel also called the Girdle Vessel is the only channel in the body that runs horizontally. It encircles the body at the waist level, connecting together all the vertical channels running through the torso. Thus, the Belt Channel plays an important role in maintaining a good energetic communication between the upper and lower body. In women it strongly affects the uterus and the menstrual cycle in particular. In Taoist Chi Kung, the Belt Channel is not limited to the...

Bone Breathing and Marrow Washing

Bone Marrow Nei Kung

Bone Breathing is one of the main practices of Cosmic Healing Chi Kung. This is a method of drawing external Chi through the skin into the bones to help replenish the bone marrow, thereby reactivating the production of white blood cells. Sending Chi into the bones will enhance functioning of the immune system. This process also helps to clean out fat in the bone marrow Washing the Marrow , one of the main causes of osteoporosis brittleness of the bones . Tension in the muscles close to the...

Hand And Finger Chakras

Hand Finger Shakra

There are two very important chakras located at the center of each palm. These chakras are called t he le ft h and c hakra an d rig ht h and c hakra. T hey are u sually ab out o ne in ch in diameter. Some pranic healers have hand chakras as big as 5 centimeters or more in diameter. Although the hand chakras are considered as minor chakras, they have very important functions in pranic healing. It is through the hand chakras that prana is absorbed from the surroundings and projected to the...

Golden Bell Cover or Iron Shirt

Chinese martial artists often demonstrate their ability by bending an iron bar pressed into their throats. They do this by concentrating Qi at the spot the bar is pressing. This is a spectacular way of demonstrating the results of a martial Qigong training system called Iron Shirt Tie Bu Shan, ife or Golden Bell Cover Jin Zhong Zhao, it . The reason for these names is that the training will enable a person to resist a blow or punch without injury or pain, as though he or she were wearing an...

Pranic Healing Treatment For Chest Pain

To my Respected Teacher Mei Ling and others for instruction and blessings. To Mike Nator and others for hejping me with esoteric experiments and clairvoyantly monitoring them. To my wife for assisting me so that I could write this book. To Dr. Rolando Carbonell, Marilou Guillen, and Lynn Payno for their valuable advice and for editing the work. To Benny Gantioqui for the air brush paintings and illustrations. And to all those who gave help and support. to myparentsy to my Respected Teachers,...

Marrow Washing Qigong

Brocades Qigong

From ancient times, Qigong has been known as a method of eliminating disease and prolonging life. Wu Dong is the name of the mountain where this Qigong health system was created. In order to define the words Qigong, it is necessary to understand the concept woven into its two roots, Qi and Gong. Qi is written with the character that indicates the cooking and steaming of rice, and it is usually used to mean air, breath, or even steam. But, this is only the...

Falun Law Wheel and Falun Gong

A The Falun is an intelligent being consisting of high-energy substances. It transforms Gong (cultivation energy) automatically and it does not exist in our dimension. A It can only be said that the color of a Falun is golden yellow. This color does not exist in our dimension. The background color of the inner circle is a very bright red. The background of the outer circle is orange. There are two red-and-black Taichi (Yin-Yang) symbols, which belong to the Tao School. There are also two other...

The Head of the Wild Goose Qigong System

Today people do things only thinking about themselves. As a result, society is getting more selfish. At school children are not taught how to be a good person. They are only taught about making money. This is wrong and so society has more criminals and bad things are happening all the time. Through learning Qigong and martial arts, we learn how to discipline ourselves and be patient. Thus we become better people as we train our hearts to be better. Our teachers educate us and show us not only...

Practice of Anus and Perineum Power

Door Life Pressure Point

Breathing exercises to develop the Chi pressure in all the following seven areas and in the whole Tan Tien. We distinguish seven important areas in the Lower Tan Tien where we would like to develop the Chi pressure A. Below the navel Chi Hai Ocean of Chi . B. Lowest Abdominal Bladder area. C. Above the navel Area of the Solar Plexus. D. Both left and right sides of the front part of the Tan Tien. E. Both left and right sides of the body. Fig. 4.15 Areas for the development of Chi Pressure...

Womens Qi Flows in the Opposite Direction

Ren And Channels

One day while I was meditating, an idea about the qi flow of women flashed into my mind. I suddenly intuited that the direction of women's qi flow is opposite that of men. After mastering the Microcosmic Orbit method, I had begun teaching patients and students to use the qigong method I developed to let their qi flow smoothly. I found that men achieved satisfactory results, but that women did not. I was not helping to make qi flow more smoothly in women. So I followed my intuition and helped...

Dah Uh Gong Nei Kung Five Finger Kung Fu

The Dah Uh Gong Nei Kung stytem integrates both static and dynamic exercise forms in order to cultivate and nourish Chi which accumulates in the organs, penetrates the fascia, tendons and muscles, finally reaches the hands and fingers. Practitioners of body-centered therapies and various Healing Arts such as chiropractic medicine, polarity therapy, shiatsu and Swedish massage will benefit from this technique. Practiced sequentially, it functions to expand and relax the breath, calm the mind and...

Exercises to Bring More Chi Pressure and Energy Vibration in the Tan Tien

Qigong Exercises Zhan Zhuang

You can just repeat the exercises. The only difference is that this time you use your fingers to give counter pressure against the pressure of the Chi from inside. a. Put your fingers on the Chi Hai in the lower abdomen. Smile and do a few abdominal breaths. b. Inhale half of the breath, hold the breath, inhale more and pull up the front part of the anus and push at the same time against the lower part of the Tan Tien, against the pressure from your fingers and feel a suction. Slowly exhale...

Opening the Microcosmic Orbit

Microcosmic Orbit

When you have learned to circulate a qi ball from your hands through your entire body, you are ready to try the Microcosmic Orbit method. Classical qi books ask you to gather qi in the lower Dan-Tian and let it flow around your body Figures 3-2 and 3-3 . But it takes too much time to gather qi there, and this fact discourages most people from learning the Microcosmic Orbit method. The method I have developed is actually a lot easier than the classic method. Make a qi ball between your palms....

Opening Heaven and Earth Force in the Palms with Heaven and Earth Spirals

Drawing Heaven And Earth

The purpose of this technique is to draw in the forces of heaven and earth through the palm. Activate the spirals, the symbol for the heaven and earth force in the center of the Fig. 8.1 Enhances the symbol of Heaven and Earth Force, in the Laogong - Pericardium 8. This is accomplished by drawing these spirals with the palm itself. As you draw the spirals, you should actually feel the palm breathing, inhaling these forces in. In the beginning, however, you may only be able to use your own...

Huiyin and Anus Coordination

Chi Kung Solar Plexus Point

After you have practiced the abdominal exercises for about 3-5 weeks, you may feel your abdomen get warmer every time you practice. After continued practice, the abdomen will start to tremble and shake each time you start the fire. This means that Chi has accumulated at the Dan Tien and is about to overflow. At this time you should start to coordinate your breathing and abdominal movement with the movement of your Huiyin literally Meet the Yin cavity and anus to lead the Chi to the tailbone...

Green violet and dark blue prana

Then in hibit the solar p lexus c hakra by willing the solar plexus c hakra to become s maller about 7 centimeters in diameter while energizing with dark blue prana. Apply localized sweeping and energizing thoroughly on the BASIC and MENG MEIN chakras light whitish-violet prana, then with Inhibiting the meng mein and basic chakras is done by willing these chakras to become 6 cm in d iameter while energizing with dark blue prana. The solar plexus, basic and meng mein chakras usually become over...

The Qigong Six Healing Sounds

Healing Sounds Qigong

Discover an ancient Qigong Chi Kung treasure six movements, sounds and breaths that can increase your body's natural healing ability and give you unlimited health. Learn how. Qigong has been an integral part of Chinese culture since ancient China. This art, science and health maintenance system, practiced for thousands of years, uses stillness, movement, visualization, sound and breath in different combinations to strengthen, increase, generate, cleanse, refine, store, balance, circulate and...

Three Treasures Jing Qi and Shen

Before you start any Qigong training, you must first understand the three treasures San Bao, -f Jing essence, ft , Qi internal energy, , and Shen spirit, . They are also called the three origins or the three roots San Yuan, because they are considered the origins and roots of your life. Jing means the Essence, the most original and refined part of every thing. Jing exists in everything. It represents the most basic part of anything which shows its characteristics. Sperm is called Jing Zi f ,...

Shoulder Widening Exercise

Shoulder Widening

The Shoulder Widening Exercise develops natural alignment of the shoulders by widening the shoulder blades out to the sides, rather than rolling them forward or pulling them back. In all body segments, healthy alignment leads to an increase of space. If the shoulders are pulled back, then the width of the upper back is decreased and the upper spine is compressed. If the shoulders are rolled forward, the chest collapses and its width is decreased. However, if the shoulders are dropped down and...

Zhan Zhuang for women

Unlike some exercise systems, which treat women and men differently, Zhan Zhuang can be practised in exactly the same way by both sexes. Because of a woman's child-bearing capacity, there are some special circumstances in her life where Zhan Zhuang exercises can be of particular help before and during menstrual periods and in connection with childbirth. THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE The menstrual cycle causes major changes in a woman's body every month. Many women experience pain during their periods,...

Squatting Chi Kung

Psoas Martial Arts

One of the most wonderful Tan Tien Chi Kung exercises undoubtedly is squatting. It is so common and well understood in certain regions of the world relatively less affected by modernization. It is hardly noticed yet now it is considered worthy of elevation to human exercise. This position of squatting has been the position for humans to move the bowels throughout the evolution of human beings. Since the beginnings of civilization, people have known the highly beneficial effects of squatting....

Why do I feel tired after Meditating

The warm current concentration is an exercise of the mind, which directs the current and burns large quantities of energy in the course of purifying the nervous systems of the organism. During the early stages of practice you will be doing a great deal of repair work on your body. After concentrating you may feel tired or experience some soreness in your back. The Taoist rebirth process explains itself. It is a means whereby the sick and damaged body recreates the life process to that of a...

Exercise for Nourishing the Kidney for Rejuvenation Yangshen Huichun Gongj

Functions Dredges the channels, reinforces the kidneys, tonifies and prolongs life. This exercise is a superior Qigong regime for nourishing the kidney and building up the health in the old and middle-aged. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand quietly with feet shoulder-width apart. Allow the hands to hang naturally, and keep the neck and spine straightened as if supporting an object on the head. Your knees should be relaxed and slightly bent, while the toes clutch the ground. Keep your tongue against...

Becoming a Qigong Master

AFTER RETURNING TO CHINA, I devoted my time to my Qigong meditations and practice. I was now the Dean of the English department at my college and was in charge of making the teaching schedules. I arranged all of my classes into just a couple of days a week giving me as much time as possible for Qigong. During my years of study I had spent days and weeks at a time in Qigong meditation and practice. Sometimes I spent a month in meditation, sometimes as long as two months. The first winter after...

Cleansing The Emotions

Qigong Exercise For Paranoia

To clean negative emotions out of the organs. Overview and Explanation The following information on the Qi Energy function and structure of the emotions is a major 'missing piece' of Western civilization. It answers many questions. Given this, it may be impossible to overstate the importance of the following -therefore this practice is more involved and extensive than most, and is presented in different sections. According to the classical theory of 'The Table of Correspondence' each of the...

Mastering the Macrocosmic Orbit Method

Mastering the Microcosmic Orbit method was for me the first step in beginning to sense and control qi. The next step was to master the Macrocosmic Orbit method, and so I spent a good deal of time and effort attempting to absorb external qi from nature. I remember the very moment that I succeeded. I had a strong feeling of qi on the crown of my head. I felt as if something was rising through my head with a pulsing sensation. Since then I have been able to sense external qi and to allow qi to...

Prolapse Of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc

Exercise Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc

Prolapse of the lumbar intervertebral disc, also called prolapse of the nucleus pulposus of the lumbar intervertebral disc, is common in young and middle aged people. Patients feel pain on one side of the waist and leg. If not treated in time, The main symptom is' pain on one side of the waist and radiating pain in one leg, or a numb, cold and swollen feeling in the affected leg. Qigong exercises should be used when symptoms and signs are relieved after massage treatment. a Hip bone moving...

Principles of Wai Dan Qigong

There are two types of Wai Dan exercise, moving and still. In moving Wai Dan, a specific muscle or part of the body is repeatedly tensed and relaxed as you concentrate on that muscle. Use as little tension as possible because great tension will constrict the Qi channels and prevent the flow of energy. Some practitioners do not tense their muscles at all, but merely imagine tensing them. Others tense them just enough to aid concentration. When you exercise a part of the body in this way for...

Taoist Yoga and the Kundalini

Although Hatha Yoga became known in America in the 1930's, it was not until the late 1960's and 70's that attention began to focus on the higher stages of yogic development in which a phenomenon occurs known as awakening of the kundalini. The kundalini is the sudden release of vast untapped reservoirs of creative energy that transports an ordinary human being into states of higher consciousness and bestows upon him or her unique creative pow ers. A person who has attained full command of this...

Iron Shirt Chi Kung-abdominal Breathing Practice.com

Mantak Chia Taoist

Universal Tao System and Iron Shirt Chi Kung 1 1. Iron Shirt Chi Kung, an Ancient Kung Fu Practice 5 a. Bolin Period the Time of Kung Fu b. Iron Shirt Helps to Perfect Mental c. Age of 2. Creating Chi Life-Force a. Breath of Life, Chi b. Origin of Iron Shirt B. Why Put on Your Iron 1. Internal a. Chi, the Fasciae Organs and 2 Iron Shirt Strengthens and Protects the Organs 12 3 Burn Out Fat and Store Chi in the 4 Structure of the b. Chi Pressure and...

Da Mos Yi Jin Jing Exercises

Facial Tightening Exercises

Da Mo Figure 2-1 , whose last name was Chadili . and who was also known as Bodhidarma, was a prince of a small tribe in southern India. From the fragments of historical records that exist it is believed he was born about 483 A.D. At that time India was considered a spiritual center by the Chinese, since it was the source of Buddhism, which was becoming very influential in China. Many of the Chinese emperors either sent priests to India to study Buddhism and bring back scriptures, or else they...

Diaphragms Role in Breathing

Diaphragm Role

When the diaphragm contracts, the chest cavity enlarges, reducing the pressure inside. To equalize the pressure, air rushes into the lungs. When the diaphragm relaxes, the elasticity of the lungs and chest wall pushes air out of the lungs. Because the lungs have no skeletal muscles of their own, the work of breathing is done by the diaphragm, the muscles between the ribs intercostal muscles , the muscles in the neck, and the abdominal muscles. The diaphragm, a bell-shaped sheet of muscle that...

Principles of Nei Dan Qigong

Yin Bridge Vessel

As was explained before, the method in which Qi is generated in the Dan Tian or Qihai and then guided by the mind to circulate through the entire body is called Nei Dan. The location of the Dan Tian is about one and a half inches directly below the navel. The name Dan Tian means Field of Elixir and is used by Daoist meditators. The name Qihai is used by acupuncturists and means Sea of Qi. The Dan Tian is considered to be the original source of a person's energy, because the embryo uses the...

The Buddha performs Ba Duan

Shaolin Point Defense System Chart

If you go into a Chinese arts and crafts shop, take a look at the rows of little statues and porcelain figurines. You will find the traditional gods of happiness and good fortune. You will almost certainly find the beautiful goddess of mercy and compassion, Kwan Yin. Among the many figures you may also come across a smiling Buddha with a little fat belly see the photograph on page 62 . He is standing up with his arms stretched over his head. His palms press against the sky and his fingers face...

Chi Kung and the Balance of Water and Fire

Iron Shirt Qigong

Tan Tien Chi Kung involves the simultaneous training of body and mind by way of activating mind power. The combined and integrated activity of the mind, the heart and the eye power are the major sources of activation of the subtle energy and the transformations it requires and enhances. The more the mind is awakened, the more the heart is opened and the more the eye is trained to look inward, the easier it becomes for the mind to lead and guide the movement of Chi through the body. Thus the...

Empty Force

Tan Tien Chi Kung is one of the Taoist Chi Kung practices used to develop the Tan Tien Second Brain and Perineum Power. We need Chi and Chi pressure in the Tan Tien as a foundation for most of the Universal Tao practices, especially for Iron Shirt Chi Kung and Tai Chi Chi Kung and meditation. The Tan Tien is the energy reservoir in the body. It is the place where we store the energy we generate, gather and absorb in Chi Kung and meditation. If the energy is stored in the Tan Tien it can be...

Wild Goose or Dayan Qigong

Beginners learn the first set which consists of 64 movements. It usually takes four and a half months to learn the entire set. The second set is reserved for experienced students who have taken the first set at least two times. It also consists of 64 movements. The class is taught by Master Hui Liu. The Dayan Qigong set is based on the movements of the wild goose. It is structured in a way that enhances the circulation of qi. Qi is a Chinese word whose concept is difficult to translate. Qigong...

Exercise for Soothing the Liver and Improving Acuity of Vision Shugan Mingmu Gong

Stra Distan

Functions Dredges the Liver Channel to nourish the liver, improves eyesight, relaxes the neck and back muscles, relieves muscular spasms of the eyes, and promotes recovery from fatigue. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand relaxed and quiet, place the feet apart as wide as the shoulders, drop the hands naturally at the sides of the body, picture supporting an object on the head, pull in the chest and straighten the back, relax the loins and knees, look straight forward, and breathe naturally. 2....

Moving Tai Chi Chi Kung

Reversed Abdominal Breathing

Moving Tai Chi Chi Kung includes both stationary and walking exercises. In this section I will introduce three stationary sets. The first one, which I call the primary set, is usually used for Tai Chi beginners. I call the second set the coiling set,' since it emphasizes coiling movements. The third set is the rocking set. It trains the coordination of the hands, feet, and the movement of the body. These three sets actually combine the Tai Chi Chi Kung and the White Crane Chi Kung which I was...

Other Popular Wai Dan Exercises

Wai Dan Huiyin Point

There are many other sets of Wai Dan exercises derived from Da Mo s sequence. In this section the most common Wai Dan sets will be introduced. These are the Open Palm Sequence, which moves power to the fingertips Moving Forms for coordinating breathing with movement of the arms, legs, and trunk and Eight Pieces of Brocade, a set of simple exercises well known throughout China. In addition, a set of Still Forms that can be used to develop stamina and flexibility are included. The open palm forms...

The Secret of Yin and Yang in Tai Chi practice

Meridiane Laogong

Kan-Lii and Yin-Yang adjustments are critical keys for success in Chi Kung, and so adjusting them is one of the main subjects of both training and research. According to the experience of the last thousand years, a Nei Dan Chi Kung practitioner who wishes to adjust his Kan and Lii efficiently must learn how to regulate his Yi and breathing. There are also several Chiaw Men Tricky Doors which have usually been kept secret, and only taught when the student had earned the trust of his master. One...

Longevity Exercise Chang Shou Gong

Taijiquan Taichichuan

Chang Shou Gong has been popular in the Taihu Lake Taihu Region of South China for a long time. It is characterized by integration of mobile and quiescent exercises, convenience for practice both on land or in a boat, providing firmness and gentleness, and all-round positive effects. When it is practised persistently, the diseases may be cured and prolonging of life obtained. 1 The preparatory posture. Calm the mind and concentrate the thoughts, but do not be slack. Let Baihui face the sky....

Circulate your Chi in the Microcosmic Orbit

Microcosmic Orbit

In the preceding breathing exercises, you have been asked at certain points to circulate the Microcosmic Orbit. Your life-force energy thus must be circulated through specific pathways in the body efficiently and safely to be used for healing and growth. The Microcosmic Orbit circulation uses the power of the mind to help activate the sacral and cranial pumps into pumping the life-force energy throughout the body. It is much easier to cultivate your energy if you first understand the major...