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- Teachings on confucianism, Taoism, internal energy.
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- How work can become a path to enlightenment
- How to convert your work into a spiritual path through Tai Chi and/or Meditation and Chi Kung.
Qigong/Neigong develops internal power and structure and a well-conditioned body through simple techniques that build and store Chi. The body becomes open and relaxed. The joints are strengthened, the muscles, tendons and ligaments become soft and strong, and the bones and bone marrow become strong and healthy.
During my 30 years of experience with Taoist, Zen, and vipassana (mindfulness) meditation, I've integrated these Eastern meditation practices into an easy yet powerful technique that produces positive results within a couple of weeks of daily practice.
I include Taoist self-massage at the end of every meditation session which helps to cultivate, free up and circulate internal healing energy. The Taoist self-massage is a 5 minute routine the student learns in the first class and can do at home after every meditation session.
The basic idea of the I Ching is that as you are going through a human
life you are cycling through sixty-four dynamic, energetic “situations”
which are represented by the sixty-four hexagrams. Each of the hexagrams
has a classic archetypal and extremely familiar aspect—-a time to
summon your will to overcome a difficult obstruction, a time to just
chill out and let things come to you, a time to be in community with
others, a time to be in solitary contemplation, etc. The dynamic,
energetic pattern of the hexagram will apply to psychological/spiritual
dynamics (intrapsychic) and/or environmental dynamics, especially
personal or political relationships (interpersonal).
The I Ching
recognizes the parallelism of inner and outer, and hexagrams often apply
on multiple levels. For example, we might go to the I Ching to ask
about a problem in a romantic relationship. But a problem in a romantic
relationship almost always reflects where we are inwardly, and probably
has as much to do with our spirituality as our sexuality and attitude
toward relationships. The I Ching transcends the often arbitrary
distinctions of inner and outer and recognizes the “massively parallel”
nature of human incarnation. - J. Zap
can ask any question on any subject - health, finance, career,
relationships, etc. - and the oracle will provide guidance, advice and
clarify the best path to follow. Unlike tarot cards and runes, the I
Ching does not foretell the definite future but explains what the
possibilities are and what the best course of action is in order to
achieve the best results regarding the inquiring person's question.
I Ching empowers the individual. The questioner has power over his/her
own future. Human beings shape their own destinies; the I Ching gives
you the 'lay-of-the-land' so you may make your own decisions and
navigate your life situation with clarity.
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