Monthly Archives: December 2013

Evolutionary Growth & Embodied Learning in Taiji

Evolutionary Growth and Embodied Learning in Taiji by Mauro Carboni,    Introduction. During the last decades, the Taiji practice has been the subject of a world-wide diffusion and has been known above all as “moving meditation.” In fact, this path … Continue reading

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Call for your support to research

Has Taiji, qigong or meditation made a difference in your health? Have you wondered how meditation and qigong healing works? Are you considering making a tax-deductible contribution by year-end? Would you like more people to benefit from meditation and qigong … Continue reading

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Winter: A Time To Reflect

[Seasonal Harmony] Winter: A Time To Reflect By Ellasara Kling “The wise nourish life by flowing with the four seasons”  Nei Jing It seems that our already busy lives become even more filled with activities during the Winter months. Ironically, … Continue reading

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Laozi – Legend or History?

[Spirituality of Dao]  Laozi 老子 – Legend or History? A brief biography of the author of the Dao De Jing  By Christina J Barea Many people are familiar with the Dao De Jing 道德經, a classic of Daoist studies, which … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Sustainable You

The Sustainable You: Somatics and the Myth of Aging by John Loupos, H.S.E., M.S.,   A review by Michelle Wood, Ed. In Chief, Yang Sheng Magazine As I picked up the book, I certainly was more than curios to know what … Continue reading

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The Longevity of Primordial Wuji Qigong

The Longevity of Primordial Wuji Qigong by Shifu Michael Rinaldini (Written 2008, edited 2013) One of my favorite longevity qigong forms is Primordial Wuji Qigong. The form I practice is technically mine in origins, but the philosophy behind it belongs … Continue reading

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Truths About Tai Chi for Health and Longevity

Truths About Tai Chi for Health and Longevity By Eric Borreson Many scientific studies of tai chi have shown that there are significant medical benefits to practicing tai chi. These benefits include good health and longevity. However, these studies don’t … Continue reading

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Sexual Alchemy

[Daoism Internal Alchemy] Sexual Alchemy By Pascal Schonknecht Sexual alchemy is one of the most profound and most widely known of the Taoist internal arts. At the same time, it is also one of the most challenging and poorly understood … Continue reading

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Roses and Longevity

Roses and Longevity By Katrina Everhart Roses given round the world indicate friendship, as well as love. Commonly used in perfumes, potpourri, sachets, and aerosols for their pleasant smell, roses look pretty, smell wonderful, and last longer than many flowers. … Continue reading

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Old Man of the South Pole

[Tale from the Dao] Old Man of the South Pole by Roy Hanney Shòu Xīng 寿星, is the Star of Longevity. The earliest known record of Shòu Xīng as a deity is the Shǐ jí 史籍 (historical records, 149–90 BC). … Continue reading

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