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
Chinese Internal Martial Arts, Taji, Bagua Xingyi and a few other internal styles, has for the past decades enjoyed an ever growing popularity in China and abroad for a good reason. Its good for health. Everybody seems to be a master of something today. Lots of people boaster their ego by calling themselves master of… Continue reading The self-proclaimed Modern Master of Taiji
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
Sam Tam’s yielding is exceptionally smooth and precise! The circle and the square Always abide by your center to maintain central equilibrium! Do not not run away and do not resist! Catch your parters central equilibrium and his whole form is helplessly clued to your circle – and you can do as you wish! The secret is… Continue reading Sam Tam’s basic yielding in Taiji
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
The world has no constant values, events has no constant guide. When others act, I am still; When others talk I listen. If you know your nature, you’ll have few troubles; if you know your destiny, you won’t worry. Reference: Alchemists, Mediums, and Magicians: Stories of Taoist Mystics by Thomas Cleary ISBN: 9781590306598 p. 14
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I dwell in spiritual tipsiness, looking into the meaning of mellowness. I do not know why there is a profound smile on my lips, neither do I care to find out. Lighting up me entire body, filling it to the brim with nothing. I die to my self. Not knowing who I am, or where… Continue reading A real human being
Cook Ting was cutting an ox after a sacrifice to be used as food for Lord Wen of Hui. At every touch of the hand, every heave of the shoulder, every move of the feet, every bend of the knee, he slipped the knife along effortlessly and all was in perfect rhythm as though he… Continue reading Cutting Up An Ox
Tune the Body (Toro Shen) Tune the Breath (Tiao Xi) Tune the Mind (Tiao Xin). The easiest way to change your mind is to change your body.
Despite dwelling in a material body of four elements, your nature is basically pure. It can’t be corrupted. Youre real body has no sensation, no hunger or thirst, no warmth or cold, no sickness, no love or attachment, no pleasure or pain, no good or bad, no shortness or length, no weakness or strength. Actually,… Continue reading No I