This book includes both the original Chinese text of Prof. Liu's instructions on Wudang Qigong and a complete English translation. Each of the 18 Exercises for Refining Qi is illustrated with several photographs.
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Laozi's Dao Te Jing in the third chapter says "Empty the MIND, fill the belly. Weaken the ambition, strengthen the character." So then, this is the motto for practicing China's Wudang Daoist Qigong. To study each method, each method must be understood, the ENERGY processed must be understood. If there is one type of practice Daoist qigong method not mastered, temporarily don't practice other training methods. If one type of movement has not been mastered, concentrate on that posture, do not study or practice other postures. Do not reach too high, must empty the MIND, have patience, cultivate both inside and outside, step-by-step achieve an abdomen relaxed inside and BREATH ascending correctly, so then cultivate the BREATH continuously, and you will not contract illness. When the DAN TIAN is full and sufficient, the inner BREATH is unimpeded and not obstructed. BREATH and strength are sent out from the spine, following that which the MIND desires. Strive for the substantial, don't let practice become lax, maintain it so it will be lasting; abide by the regulations, follow the rules; refine the breath, cultivate the body; cultivate the MIND, develop the character; thus seek emptiness and stillness, complete emptiness, and long life.
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Descrizione libro Wudang Research Association, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110967288908
Descrizione libro Wudang Research Association, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria SONG0967288908