Liberating your mind. You set your seul free. Let your spirit realm free, join nature without effort. Wuwei of the small mind. How do you do it? Broaden and extend your vision. Let your deep mind rest in Shen. This is when the Master has returned to your house. My Heart is calm. Fear and… Continue reading Liberate your mind
I let go and enter the domain of no one. Heaven and Earth are one. The circle and square are equals. They separate as necessary without effort. First boundless stillness, then endless movement. It makes no sense to talk about form or formlessness. Substance or no substance – what’s the difference? Body, energy and mind – what… Continue reading From nothing to something and back
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Yun Yin Sen performing Liu He Ba Fa Primordial Essence “Qigong” In 2009 I was traveling in Asia and I had the opportunity to visit Shanghai. Before coming to Shanghai I had found an interesting video on Youtube with Yun Yin Sen. I want to meet this guy I thought. I guess fortune was smiling because… Continue reading Yun Yin Sen of Shanghai
Xinyi Hunyuan Taiji Internal Training performed by Feng Zhi Qiang
Looking for Wuji everywhere, In movement, In stillness Getting it, not getting it I let go, Finding Wuji. I forgot all about it!
The words zheng gu shui mean “bone setting solution” in English. In my experience it’s simply the best solution for bruises, sprains and pain to the extremities with no bleeding. And Zheng Gu Shui relieves pain in the bones and joints as well. Yet another example of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that works. I have… Continue reading Zheng Gu Shui
Water drizzling down the mountain wall glittering in the sun mist rising to the top birds and green everywhere life is seen drifting in the clouds standing like a giant reaching to center of the earth stretching up towards the heavens unmoved yet alive standing here how am I different? .
1. The Xin (mind/heart) motivates the qi, directs it to sink, so that it can be stored and concentrated into the bones. 2. Let the qi motivate the body without hindrance, so that it will effortlessly follow your xin (mind/heart). 3. If the shen (spirit) is raised, there will not be any sluggishness. This is… Continue reading The Understanding of the Thirteen Postures
How can substantiality and insubstantiality be distinguished between left and right or between top and bottom parts of the body? The muscles, the skeleton and the nerves are parts of the body system. When practicing the movements, the use of consciousness to sink and relax the body is most important. The centre of gravity is… Continue reading Substantiality and Insubstantiality
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“Qigong” (literally “breath exercise”), an invaluable component of traditional Chinese medicine, has its origin in ancient times. Its primarystimulus was the search for longevity with the ultimate aim of immortality,which has much entranced the Chinese mind from ancient times. Therecords shows the exercises to help the qi (the human body’s vital energy)circulating freely and to… Continue reading Qigong
Systema Principle of No Tension (Sung) by Mikhail Ryabko. Detecting the tension in the partner and use his own body tension against himself. Start the movement in a subtle way flowing in a circle. “An attacker brings the solution to his attack when he attacks. If we relax and “listen,” the solution will become apparent and… Continue reading No tension