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
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
Tranquility Experiencing Nothingness Emptiness Rootedness Openness Oneness Compassion Harmony The Way The Essence of Qigong By Ke Yun Lun neigong.net p. 53 – 63
as effortless as light and as certain as time’s passing we walk forward to a stillness we can never know with the clouds yawning in the distance and the sky, forever quiet we drift, less certain than foam reaching the bright end of the sea The Voice of the Sea: Poems of the Tao by… Continue reading Reaching the bright end
To guide the Qi, allow it to enter deeply and collect it. As it collects, it will expand. Once expanded, it will sink down. When it sinks down, it comes to rest. After it has come to rest, it becomes stable. When the Qi is stable, it begins to sprout. From sprouting, it begins to… Continue reading The Jade Tablet
Looking for Wuji everywhere, In movement, In stillness Getting it, not getting it I let go, Finding Wuji. I forgot all about it!
The great Way has no gate; There are a thousand different roads. If you pass through this barrier once, You will walk independently in the Universe. The Gateless Gate: The Classic Book of Zen Koans by Yamada Koun
Generally speaking, when people are active, this gives rise to heat; when people sit quietly, this gives rise to cold. When one is cold, if one moves about this will again produce heat. When one is hot, if one sits still this will again produce coldness. In other words, cold and heat do not depend… Continue reading The Heat of Movement The Coldness of Stillness
Can you polish your mysterious mirror And leave no blemish? Lao Tzu There is never been a single thing Then where is dust to cling? Huang Po Joining hands One heart. You and Me
I am eternally present. There is nothing to do. Nowhere to go.
Krishnamurti saw meditation as a great art, “perhaps the greatest.” One must learn this art by practicing without technique—watching oneself: in daily activities (walking, eating), practices (speech, gossip), reactive emotions (hate, jealousy)—becoming aware of these things “without any choice.” Many forms of meditation have been invented to escape conflicts. These forms, according to Krishnamurti are… Continue reading Meditation as a great Art
Bai Yuzhan said, “The path of inner refinement is extremely simple and easy; just get the fire of the heart to descend into the elixir field. The elixir field is the chamber of water, while the heart is fire. When fire enters water, then water and fire mix and true yang is produced. Therefore people… Continue reading The path of inner refinement is extremely simple and easy
Mind does not know mind; having a mind, one does not see mind. Producing thought is confusion; no thoughts is nirvana. The Buddhas attain liberation by way of mind; the mind, without defilement, is called pure: immaculate in all states of being, it does not take on form. Those who understand this attain the great… Continue reading Mind does not know mind