Author Archives: Raven Cohan

How to Relax Your Feet to Improve Your Martial & Healing Arts

[Experience Exchange 经验交流] How to Relax Your Feet to Improve Your Martial & Healing Arts By Raven Cohan Arches and the entire foot are improved not by tightening feet, but by relaxing them. The challenge is that most people need … Continue reading

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Your Chi Might One Day Be Bottled!

[A Comedy Moment 开心一刻 ] Your Chi Might One Day Be Bottled! (It’s Free!! FREE!) By Huck Twin The qi/chi I want to ‘move’ comes from heaven and earth. It loves to be home-based in my lower tan tien, but … Continue reading

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5-Element Medicinal Food That Doesn’t Taste Like Medicine

[Food As Medicine 食疗] Five Element Medicinal Food That Doesn’t Taste Like Medicine By Raven Cohan             Do we in this junk-food jungle, find joy in calorie-laden foods that have extra grease, sugars, and actual ingredients added that can poison … Continue reading

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Yin Yang You

[Spirituality of Dao 道之 神] By Raven Cohan A swirl on one side, black. A swirl on the other side, white. A dot in the thick parts… Like a star in the night And a cinder in the cream. The … Continue reading

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My #1 Priority is Nurturing My Spirit

[Experience Exchange] Why My Number One Priority is Nurturing My Spirit  By Raven Cohen When I saw the theme of this month’s issue of Yang-Sheng, it was a happy moment.  Of course when one spends a great deal of time … Continue reading

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Chopping Your Food While Using Tai Chi Rooting, Alignment and Attentiveness

[Featured Article] Chopping Your Food While Using Tai Chi Rooting, Alignment and Attentiveness By Raven Cohan Any mundane routine requires alignment. Those who study tai chi/taiji and chi kung/qigong and/or the more internal counterpart, called neigung, can discover many things … Continue reading

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The Importance of an Open Hand Position in Qigong and Taiji

[Experience Exchange] The Importance of an Open Hand Position in Qigong and Taiji by Raven Cohan In qigong practice, it is important to challenge oneself to open the hands properly. In this article, we set out to speak of how … Continue reading

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An Era of Openness through Raising the Kundalini

[Experience Exchange] By Raven Cohan Is it time?  Can there be an era of openness?  Can many people now begin to consider practices that have remained hidden?  The practices of raising sexual-spiritual energy known as Kundalini are detailed practices that … Continue reading

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Chinese Ways to Open Your Perceptions through Training Kundalini Energy

Experience Exchange Chinese Ways to Open Your Perceptions through Training Kundalini Energy by Raven Cohan The Chinese (or Ancient Daoist) ways of looking at the systems of Kundalini* energy development for self-healing, has variants that do not make one pathway … Continue reading

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Featured Article: Cook Via p c t p method

A Qigong Teacher Explains How to Cook via the P.C.T.P. Method by Raven Cohan You all know things from deep within and have had the Power, Commitment, Trust and ability to Project your inborn knowledge into your activities. If you … Continue reading

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