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What is Chi or Electro Magnetic Life Force

Chi, otherwise called the Warm Current, Kundalini Power or electromagnetic life force, is very difficult to describe because this energy, or life force, cannot be seen. However, we can feel the life force in the body. In the early days of Tao, chi was expressed as nothing in the top portion of the Chinese pictogram and as fire in the lower part, so that no fire might be conceived of as defining Chi. More contemporary Taoist sources classify many kinds of Chi. There is pre-nature Chi, the kind...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Practice of Anus and Perineum Power

Anus Perineum

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...

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...

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...

Seven Formulas of the Seven Books of the

First Formula Fusion of the Five Elements This formula literally combines the separate energies of the five principal elements into one harmonious whole. The meditation has a particularly powerful filtering and purifying effect upon the human nervous system. The Earth is the Mother of all the elements. All life springs from her generative womb. This reunites the other four elements of Chinese cosmogeny with the mothering Earth. Thus, metal, wood, water and fire are drawn back into the earth and...

Beginners Reverse the Chi Flow

Meditation With Tongue Touching Palate

Easiest of all, however, and most recommended for beginners who are often unable to send the energy through the palate, is to return the energy to the navel along the same route it came from. Simply reverse the flow of the chi and take it back down the spine and continue all the way to the feet. Then bring it up your front to the navel, throat, and palate. Practice the following sequence to drain excess energy collected in the head and circulate it to the Door of Life and the soles of the feet....

Begin the Orbit Open the Front Channel the Functional

Pain How Feel

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...

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....

How to open the Microcosmic Orbit for women

Ming Men Kidney

Strengthen the QI ball until you can feel magnetic pressure or tingling sensations. 2. Bring the QI ball to the crown of your head. 3. With your palms tu rned toward to your head, stimulate Bai-Hui with the QI ball, as in a m assage, but without touching your head. You will feel a light pressure on or tingling sen-sations in the head. 4. When you feel the QI sensations strongly enough, bring the QI ball slowly to the back of your head Nao-Fu , the back of your neck Da-Chui , Ling-Tai, and to...

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...

Anus is connected to Organ Energy

The perineum Hui-yin region includes the anus and sexual organs. The various sections of the anus region are closely linked with the organs' Chi. The Chinese term Hui-yin perineum means the collection point of all the Yin energy, or the lowest abdominal energy collection point. It is also known as the Gate of Death and Life. This point lies between the two main gates. One, called the front gate, is the sexual organ which is the big life-force opening. Here the lifeforce energy can easily leak...

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....

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...

Why We Practice the Cosmic Chi Kung

The Cosmic Chi Kung is also known as Buddha Palm. The reason we train with the Empty Force practice in connection with the Cosmic Healing is to learn how to project Chi through the space in the cosmos, the space between your hands and to project Chi through the space to your students. Usually when we touch the student we pick up sick energy. This practice will teach you how to ground the sick energy to the earth and to disperse it into the Universe to be decomposed and recycled by the planets....

Guide to the Acupuncture Points used in Cosmic Chi Kung

Accupresure Points Forskin Problems

The following is a detailed description of the acupuncture energy points used in the Cosmic Chi Kung practice. It is necessary to know the exact location of the points to do the practice well. However, you do not have to know the traditional Chinese medical functions and energetics of the points to do the practice. These are included in this appendix as an item of interest. The names of the points are given first by the channel and number, second by the English translation of the traditional...

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...

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...

Shri Kalachakra Mandala

Shri Kalachakra

Chenrczig for compassion and healing. Tara for the female aspects of compassion and Kalachara. the wheel of time. The mandala in the picture showing Kalachara represents how things come into being and then pass away. In Tibetan traditions of Buddhism, mandalas are created for initiation rituals, when the teacher gives the pupil permission to meditate on and follow the teachings of a certain deily in order to produce the same attributes. This is known as direct...

Nei Dan Internal Elixir

Nei means internal and Dan means elixir. Thus, Nei Dan means to build the elixir internally. Here, internally means in the body instead of in the limbs. Whereas in Wai Dan the Chi is built up in the limbs and then moved into the body, Nei Dan exercises build up Chi in the body and lead it out to the limbs. Generally speaking, Nei Dan theory is deeper than Wai Dan theory, and it is more difficult to understand and practice. Traditionally, most of the Nei Dan Chi Kung practices have been passed...

With the Standardized Form of Pa Tuan Chin

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Shaolin Wai Dan Exercises

Wai Dan pronounced 'Why Dan, is the practice of increasing Qi circulation by stimulating one area of the body until a large energy potential builds up and flows through the Qi channel system. In Chinese, the term Wai Dan also signifies the alchemical elixir of life also called Jin Dan, ft , and it is probable that our use of the term derives from the alchemical usage. Most Chinese alchemical texts are products of the Daoists, who were a significant force in the development of Qigong, so it...

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...

Nei Dan Sitting Meditation

Although Small Circulation is usually achieved through Nei Dan still meditation, there are several Wai Dan techniques which can also be used to achieve the same goal. These Wai Dan Small Circulation practices are normally done by martial artists in the Shaolin styles. For example, some of the Muscle Tendon Changing Yi Gin Ching exercises are for Small Circulation. This subject is discussed in the book Muscle Tendon Changing and Marrow Brain Washing Chi Kung. There are many Nei Dan techniques...

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...

Translation and Glossary of Chinese Terms

An external iron shirt training method. Eight Pieces of Brocade. A Wai Dan Qigong practice said to have been created by Marshal Yue Fei during the Southern Song dynasty 1127-1279 A.D. . The eight methods of the internal martial style Liu He Ba Fa. Bai Bi 1 Swinging Arms. A simple Qigong exercise popularly practiced in China. Bai He Means White Crane. A southern Chinese martial arts style. Bao Pu Zi -tMh A well known Qigong and Chinese medical book written by Ge Hong...

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...

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...

Stomach Pain And Gas Pain

Scan the front s olar p lexus c hakra, t he n avel and t he ab dominal a rea. Ap ply localized sweeping on the front solar plexus chakra, the navel and the abdominal area. Energize the front solar plexus chakra and the navel. If the pain is d ue to pranic congestion, most likely the patient will be partially if not fully relieved just by sweeping. A person may have a very healthy crown chakra and forehead chakra but still have thinning hair. T his ha ppens because the m inor c hakras o n the s...

Energizing With Pranic Breathing

Pranic Healing

Prana is drawn in by using pranic breathing and projected through one or both of the hand chakras. You can practice the following exercise to energize yourself and others. 1 Do pranic breathing slowly for about three to five cycles and simultaneously calm and still your mind. 2 Continue doing pranic breathing and simultaneously put your hand or hands near the part to be treated. Concentrate on the center of your palm or palms. 3 Will or direct the projected pranic energy to the affected chakra,...

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...

Eyestrain Or Tired Eyes

Pranic Healing For Eye Sight Problem

Scan t he e yes, ajn a c hakra, and t he temples. T hese are u sually depleted. Ap ply lo calized sweeping on these areas. Rescan to determine whether the inner aura of the treated areas has i ncreased in s ize. If th e s ize h as i ncreased, i t m eans c leansing ha s be en s uccessful. Energize the eyes by energizing the ajna chakra with the intention that fresh prana will flow to t he eyes. You must r emember tha t e nergy o r prana fo llows th ought or wh ere y our attention is focused....

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...

Cold With Cough And Stuffy Nose

Scan the ajna chakra, the throat chakra, the front solar plexus chakra, the back heart chakra, and the lungs front, sides, and back . These areas maybe congested and or depleted. See figure 16 for the c hakras i nvolved. S ince t he w hole bo dy has be en a ffected to a c ertain degree, apply general sweeping to clean the whole body. Then apply localized sweeping and energizing on the ajna chakra, throat chakra, back heart chakra, and lungs. This is to clean and energize the respiratory system...

Kidney And Bladder Infections

Apply general sweeping several times. 2. If the kidneys are infected, clean the basic chakra, the meng mein chakra, and the kidneys. Then energize the kidneys directly without passing through the meng mein chakra. 3. If the bladder is affected, clean and energize the sex chakra. 4. Apply pranic treatment three times a week until healing is complete. For infants, children, pregnant women, and older patients, do not energize the meng mein chakra. Just energize the kidneys directly without...

Nearsightedness Farsightedness And Astigmatism

There are minor chakras on each eye and on each temple. The ajna chakra, eye chakras and the temple chakras are usually depleted pranic depletion . The thickness of these chakras usually ranges from two inches or less. In fewer or rare cases, you will encounter eye ailments caused by pranic congestion. 1 Scan the eyes, the ajna chakra and the temple chakras with one or two of your fingers. If the eye chakras are very depleted and have an inner aura of one inch or less, energize the eyes...

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...

Cleansing And Energizing

Pranic Energy

IN P RANIC H EALING, there are two basic principles cleansing and energizing the patient's bioplasmic body w ith prana or v ital e nergy. It is by cleansing or re moving t he d iseased bioplasmic matter from the affected chakra and the diseased organ, and by energizing them with sufficient prana or vital energy, that healing is accomplished. These two basic principles are the very foundation of pranic healing. The whole p rocess m ay be repeated over and over again u ntil the bioplasmic body is...

An Introduction To Qigong

Chi Kung Symbol

In translating from Chinese into English there is not a single equivalence of one word into another. There are often multiple interpretations. Qigong does not have a singular exact meaning, not least because there is no equivalent or comparison in the West. 'Qi' means Energy, Vitality or Life. 'Gong' means Working With, Developing or Cultivating. It is a collective name given to a vast array of practices that have been developed over 2,500 years, by one of the world's oldest cultures. At the...

The Greater Heaven Meditation

Extraordinary Meridians Masterpoints

The Bridge amp Linking Channels Yin amp Yang Qiao Mo and Yin amp Yang Wei Mo To open and activate the channels that extend into the extremities of the arms and legs. To integrate the four secondary extraordinary meridians, with the four primary extraordinary meridians. To turn on the complete system so that it functions as one integrated whole. To learn a fast and immediate practice that can be performed in two breaths. The Macrocosmic Orbit is the complement to the Microcosmic Orbit, it is the...

Qi or Chi Art of Breathing[

Body - Energy - Spirit movements of meditation and health for body, mind amp spirit Learn how to cultivate your natural ability to heal and attain a life of vitality and harmony. Taoist Arts of Serenity amp Healing What is Qigong An easy-to-follow combination of controlled breathing, focused concentration, and simple movement. A simple definition of Qigong is Qi, which in Chinese means energy or life force. This is the energy that wakes us in the morning, gets us through our day and helps us...

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...

Transform the Sexual Energy

Tan Tien Massage

Once you feel the Tan Tien is warm enough, smile down and bring the warm Chi down to the sexual organs women bring the Chi down to the uterus, men bring the Chi down to the testicles. It may feel like the 'sun shining on the water'. The rays of the sun purify the water until it becomes rising steam. Keep smiling down to the sexual organs and feel the warm or fiery feeling from the navel area continue to flow down to the sexual organs this transforms the sexual energy into Chi, and this Chi...

Double Dragons Play with the Pearl

Style Gong Golden Turtle

Long means dragon. Xi means to play or perform. Zhu means pearl or treasure. From a Chinese shamanic perspective, the pearl represents storage of all the dragon's power and magic. If the dragon loses its pearl, it will lose all its power and will be unable to make rain or transform. The pearl also represents the finest energy or elixir in internal alchemy, which originated from ancient Chinese shamanism. Refining the pearl or the elixir of our body via Qigong...

Butterfly Protection of your Body

Energy Gates Qigong Images

Start at ST-16 just above the nipples. This point is slightly higher on women than on men. _ Fig. 28 Spiral Energy From ST-16 Just Above the Nipple, Increase the Spirals on the they Encompass the Body. Fig. 28 Spiral Energy From ST-16 Just Above the Nipple, Increase the Spirals on the they Encompass the Body. 2. The pearl spirals in line with the body from ST-16. As it spirals, it cuts through both sides of the body through the rib cage in outward and downward ares like the wings of a...

Lao Tse On Zhan Zhuang

Energy Gates Qigong Images

When we gaze at the night sky we feel the immense power of the universe. When we practice Zhan Zhuang we experience its primordial energy. This feeling, almost inexpressible, was conveyed by the great sage Lao Tse when he wrote When we stand in the Zhan Zhuang postures, the natural curves of our arms and legs and the relaxed state of our body open us up to the energy of the cosmos. Like the receptor dish of a radio telescope, we attract and receive signals. You cannot think your way into this...

How To Root In Tai

Energy Gates Qigong Images

The first essential Chi-kung skill to be developed is that of the energy root. There are several things that effect the quality or depth of the root The stance or posture, the level of relaxation in the body and mind, and the practitioners ability to intend his energy down into the earth. The energy root is basically an energy version of a tree's root structure. You develop it through learning to sink your energy into the earth much the same way as a tree sinks its roots into the earth. When...

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...

Opening the Three Tan Tiens

Opening the Three Tan Tiens to the Six Directions is just another one of the many resources the Taoist practitioner uses to connect with the universe. The practice combines the power of the mind with the extension of Chi. This combination allows our personal consciousness to directly connect to the patterns and matrices of energy in the universe. When we put our thoughts into the web of the universe, we transform the electromagnetic energy into a force that is accessible to us. The combination...

How come Zhan zhuang ZZ has curative effects

You can sometimes hear from some students these following remarks - I know another practitioner who started Zhan zhuang exactly in the same time than me, but later I found out that he is progressing in his training much faster than I do How can it happen - I am training ZZ in a daily basis but still I do not get any kind of curative effect, - Effects were very obvious during the first three months of ZZ practice but even I am still continuing to practice ZZ after these three starting months...

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...

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 ,...

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...

Qi Energy Vibration Frequency

OUR FEELINGS, thoughts and emotions are all energy. Each has its own energy frequency and vibration, as all things do. When that frequency and vibration meets the frequency and vibration of an organ in the body they will produce resonance. When this resonance of negative feelings happens too often or is too strong, it can cause damage to the organ. The resonance created by positive, balanced thoughts and emotions can help to strengthen and heal the organ. This may sound strange to you but there...

The Qi Energy and Peak Performance

AS YOU'VE ALREADY READ, I'm a big basketball fan. I like to play and I like to watch basketball. I don't get the chance to watch much television but I know televised sports are very popular. Often on these sports programs you hear the coaches or the commentators talking about the energy of the players. They also talk about how the energy level is key to peak performance. Whenever I hear this I always think the players should be practicing Qigong. Qigong is all about energy, all about peak...

What is Spring Forest Qigong

Spring Qigong Images

Spring Forest Qigong is an advanced, simple, and powerful form of Qigong. I first introduced this unique form to mankind in 1994. There are thousands of Qigong exercises practiced in China and around the world, Most are complicated and time-consuming, making it difficult for the average person to learn and practice. Many Qigong teachers do not explain the meaning or importance of the movements. They surround themselves and the ancient concepts they teach in mystery They tell their students that...

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...

Disabling Panic Anxiety Attacks

October of 1986 I was working in a school when suddenly I couldn't breathe, my heart started racing, I was dizzy and perspiring, my body trembling uncontrollably. I thought I was dying. A student guided me to the nurse's office and from there I was transported by ambulance to the hospital. The diagnosis was panic attack. But, the symptoms worsened. At one point, I started stuttering, developed migraines and the left side of my body became numb. Walking was difficult, I lost my relationship to...

Activating the Six Directions and the Three Fires

Dan Tien Tai Chi

This powerful energetic technique allows one to extend the mind, to touch the force, and to draw that energy back into the body. The Six Directions teaches you how to expand your mind and Chi for receiving healing power. By practicing the Six Directions daily you will increase your healing and cosmic power. Turn your mind and Chi into the cosmos, multiply them and draw them back. When you achieve the three minds into one mind begin expanding into the Six Directions press your hands down and...

Inward rotation of the leg bent at the knee

Knee Rotations

Now rotate the right leg bent in the knee counter-clockwise in a circular fashion in front of you. Allow your hips to open fully when your knee comes up and close them as your knee comes down. See if you can keep your torso and head aligned while making smooth circles with the knee. When you are ready to switch sides, explore the same movement with the left leg. As an alternative, you may choose to rotate one leg in one direction after the other and then do the same with the other leg. Compare...

Sweeping With Pranic Breathing

General and localized sweeping is more effective when used with pranic breathing since more bioplasmic matter and prana are harnessed to remove diseased bioplasmic matter. When doing pranic breathing, the healer becomes more powerful because the etheric body or bioplasmic body becomes brighter and denser. Just follow the instructions given in the first level of study for applying general and localized sweeping, and simultaneously do pranic breathing. With this type of sweeping, the patient is...

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...

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.

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...

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...

Mental deconditioning

Let's revise the basic principles of conditioning Many years ago, Pavlov referred to physical stimuli that precede biologically significant events as the First Signal System. Such stimuli allow an organism to anticipate biologically significant events and thus deal with them effectively when they occur. For example, we avoid hot stoves, and we salivate when we are hungry and see food. Pavlov called the first signal system the first signals of reality. In addition to learning anticipatory...

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...

Seminal Kung Fu Taoist Secret of Energy

For more than 5,000 years of Chinese history, the no outlet method of retaining the seminal fluid during the act of love has remained a deep secret. At first it was practiced exclusively by the Emperor and his innermost circle. Then it passed from father to chosen son alone, excluding wives, daughters and other family members. The method permits a man to retain bodily secretions which are an invaluable source of energy when stored and recirculated to the vital centers. Sages of all time and...

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...

Qigong for sexual organs

This is a very powerful exercise and should be treated with a little caution. If you start feeling sick, stop and try again later. This is also helpful for menstrual disorders and helps with premature ejaculation. Sit on a low chair or on the edge of a bed so that your feet are flat on the floor and your back straight. Cover your knees with your palms. Inhale through the nose while bending forward 45 degrees, keeping the back straight. Use the mind to feel a concentration of energy coming up...

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...

Taiji I The Universal Life Force

Developing Taijijin Taiji Forces

The unity of everything follows the energetic state of Wuji, the primordial cosmic Qf. Wuji generated an inner momentum creating two opposing movements. This is the dynamic Q state of Taiji. The literal meaning of Taiji is extreme ends or going to the limit. For example, a circle O stretched horizontally to the end of its limit will eventually become a straight line . In fact, in Yijing science, the number one represents Taiji. In Chinese, the number one is written as a horizontal line . It has...

Warning Of Energy Gates

Bone Breathing

Bone Compression Fig. 25 Bone Breathing 2. Bone Compression This exercise is another mean of increasing the flow of Chi to the muscles and the bones, squeezing out toxins, sediment, waste material, and negative emotions that have become stored in the muscles. Once these negative qualities are cleaned out, positive ones have room to grow. Positive emotions relax the muscles and the entire body. We also know the Bone Compression as the Power Exercise or the Dynamic...

The Great Secret of Internal Alchemy

Crying With Smile Pics

The Inner Smile is central to embracing the hidden third force in Nature, our Original Breath. Original Breath mediates between Original Spirit and Original Substance, which we experience as human spirit and human body. Original Breath also mediates between all our dualities, such as good and evil. It is able to mediate them as this subtle, self-arising neutral breath finds itself converted into all polarities by humans exercising their free will. Of course every culture has its esoteric...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Qi Exercises to Generate more Qi

Qi What is it Qi, now where did that word come from Qi pronounced Chee is also known as chi, and to the Japanese it is called Ki. Chi is your life force, your energy. It is vital for without Qi you would be dead for there would be no life in you. Most people gather Qi without even knowing it they gather it from the foods they eat and by sleeping. Others have discovered how to gather more Qi through meditation, martial arts like Tai Chi Taiji , Qi Gong Chi Kung , and through deep rhythmic...

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...

Taoist terms in the martial arts

Gua Zhang Movement Diagram

When the literati took it upon themselves to organize the internal martial arts, they spared no effort to reconcile universal principles with the physical arts and incorporated cosmological terms into their disciplines. There are numerous examples where Taoist and Confucian universal principles were applied to the martial arts. Below is a listing of key and repeated themes in internal martial art literature. According to ancient Chinese cosmology, creation began with Wuji, the void or chaos...

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...

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...

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...

Zhan Zhuang And Yiquan

Chi Gong Standing Meditation

The sages of ancient times used to stand on earth, supporting heaven, controlling yin and yang, breathing with essence of qi, standing alone, guarding spirit, with body being a one . This quote from Yellow Emperor's Inner Classics from about 3rd century B.C. is by many researchers seen as the earliest mention about zhan zhuang. However this method of cultivating health became really popular only in 20th century. Some exercises known as zhan zhuang used to be utilized by most of traditional...

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,...

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...

Personal Experiences with the Microcosmic

Master Chia When I first came to the U.S. I practiced acupuncture. In time I discovered that many of my patients had been referred to me by a doctor who was interested in Chi Kung. Whenever he had problem patients who didn't respond to conventional western medicine, he sent them to me. Many of them responded quite well to what I had to offer. Now I've been in this country for about four years and it was at least two years before I met the good doctor. He was excited about the way many of his...

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...

Lower Tan Tien as the Second Brain

Second Brain

Recent advanced research confirms the ancient Taoist insight, gained over a long period of inner observation, that the lower Tan Tien is a key source of intelligence. It actually supplies the brain with the basic orientations, data and information which it can then process. It turns out to be full of neurotransmitters. This is why I like to compare the brain to the hardware of the computer and the organs to the software. The organs feed the brain with information and it depends on the quality...

Stimulate the Pancreas

When you concentrate on the Chi-chung adrenal gland , you also activate or stimulate the pancreas. Like the adrenal glands, the pancreas is involved in blood sugar level and concentration on this point may have a normalizing effect. Whether this can help those who have diabetes would have to be born out by extended tests with many subjects under controlled conditions for a considerable period of time. However, without doubt, there would be improvement in the condition. As you continue...

Second Brain Chi Kung Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Power of the Inner Smile

Tan Tien Breathing

The process of internal transformation in the Universal Tao practice starts with the Inner Smile down to the lower brain located in the lower abdominal area. It is the key practice for keeping Chi pressure in the Lower Tan Tien and the whole body, and it is the most effective practice for keeping all energy path routes in the body open. Although the Inner Smile at first sight would appear to be an easy practice, it actually represents a great challenge. It holds in all its apparent simplicity a...

Qigong Training Theory

In Qigong training, you must understand the principle behind everything you are doing. The principle is the root of your practice, and it is this root which brings forth the results you want. The root gives life, while the branches and flowers results give only temporary beauty. If you keep the root, you can regrow. If you have just branches and flowers, they will die in a short time. Every Qigong form or practice has its special purpose and theory. If you do not know the purpose and theory,...

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...