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Chinese Wisdom – Chinese Wisdom for Yang Sheng

[Chinese Wisdom] Chinese Wisdom for Yang Sheng Helen Hu, OMD 1. Keep silent in order for Nourishing Qi, closing eyes to restore blood, sleeping early to rejuvenate essence and keeping inner peace to raise spirit. 2. Fame seeking injures the … Continue reading

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Daily Daoist – Tai Chi: Got Gong

[Daily Daoist] Tai Chi: Got Gong? Jessice Sommar, MSc Tai chi is like any art, sport or devotion – the more you do it, the more you build up what the Chinese call ‘gong’ or ‘benefit from work.’ We don’t … Continue reading

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East-West Perspective: Mindfulness in a Twittering World

[East-West Perspective] Mindfulness In A Twittering World Debi Dunn, MBA and Andrea M. Delligati, Ph.D.   I admit that I am the last person who should be writing anything about technology.  Many of us “seasoned” psychologists have been catapulted into … Continue reading

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Plateaus In Learning Taiji

[Meditation In Motion] Plateaus In Learning Taiji Eric Borreson When people begin learning something new, they often learn quickly. Their minds become engaged in the learning. However, when learning taiji, learning quickly is not necessarily better than learning slowly and … Continue reading

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Integrating Theory with Experience: Medical Qigong For Healing And Healthcare

[Qi Cultivation and Dao] Integrating Theory With Expereince: Medical Qigong For Healing and Healthcare by Jill Gonet, MFA and Guan-Chen Sun, PhD Brief Introduction Medical Qigong functions to activate, cultivate, balance, harmonize, transform and manage the qi/energy-information for self-healing, self-care … Continue reading

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The Relation Between Fu (Yang) and Zang (Yin) Organs

[Scientific Qi Exploration] The Relation Between Fu (Yang) and Zang (Yin) Organs by Marty Eisen Introduction The Yin Organs are classified as internal relative to the external Yang Organs (1, 2, 3, 4).  They are connected in pairs, as indicated … Continue reading

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The Yin Yang of Solar Flares, Heaven on Earth and Other Changes

[From The Doctor] The Yin Yang of Solar Flares, Heaven on Earth and Other Changes by Nadia Linda Hole Solar flares! Earth changes! – What in the Yin Yang is happening?  Anyone else feeling “flared”? What amazing times! We’ve had … Continue reading

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The Yin-Yang Sword: Weapon of Immortals

The Yin-Yang Sword: Weapon of Immortals by Christina Barea-Young The Chinese have long had a fascination for exquisite weaponry, including swords of the finest craftsmanship. So it’s no surprise that Daoists would develop a metaphorical equivalent for use in ritual … Continue reading

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Seasonal Harmony – Early Summer and You

Early Summer and You by Ellasara Kling “The wise nourish life by flowing with the four seasons and adapting to cold or heat, by harmonizing joy and anger in a tranquil dwelling, by balancing yin and yang, and what is … Continue reading

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Daily Daoist — Yin Yang Fast

Yin Yang Fast by Jessica Sommar MSc 夏 洁 希 Seven years ago I injured two of three knee ligaments and was sidelined. I gained weight. Lots of weight. Being a woman in my 40’s and moving into hormonal changes shifted … Continue reading

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