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Meditation In Motion – Taiji and Meditation

[Meditation in Motion] Taiji and Meditation Eric Borreson Taiji is often discussed as a meditative practice. Meditation does not mean the same thing as relaxation. It does not mean achieving a state of blissful calmness. Meditation is all about intention … Continue reading

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Push-hands: A Means To Increase Your Gong

[From The Master] Push Hands: A Means For Increasing Your Gong by Yang Yang, Ph.D Push-hands is a measure of a person’s gong. In the meantime, push-hands can also be a safe and efficient means to enhance the gong. Below … Continue reading

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Daoist “Sitting & Foprgetting” and the Christian “Cloud of the Unknown”

Daoist “Sitting and Forgetting” and the Christian “The Cloud of the Unknown” by Shifu Michael Rinaldini (Linchangdao) In January of 2012, I returned to the solitude and silence of the Sky Farm Hermitage in Sonoma County, California. This Catholic hermitage … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Getting More Alpha Waves!

Stress Less The Benefits of Getting More Alpha Waves! by Narij Naik, M.Pharm Our brain produces different brainwaves based on our mood and state of mind during the day. They can be measured using an EEG machine. Brainwave Chart Is … Continue reading

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The Importance of Let Loose – Fang Song 放 松

From the Master The Importance of Let Loose – Fang Song 放 松 by Chun Man Sit 薛 振 民 There are many important principles in taiji and qigong. The most critical principle is fang song – let loose. Many … Continue reading

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