01 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Qi and Classical Acupuncture

Joy of samadhi Guo Lin Qigong, a heritage of the Chinese ancient qigong, was created by Master Guo Lin, a famous Chinese artist, based on her experiences while fighting cancer. She adopted the essence of ancient qigong and traditional Chinese medical theory about meridians (jingluo), qi (a homonym of “air” or “breath”, refers to a […]

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01 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Journey to the West

Even among all yogis, one whose inner self has come to me, Who is full of faith, who offers love to me – that one is considered by me to be the most deeply absorbed in yoga. – Bhagavad Gita 6.47 – Excerpts from page 45, Oneness with Shiva Sun Wukong, Monkey King A Commentary […]

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02 April 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Tibetan Shamanic Qigong (Qi Dao)

After finishing in the later part of 2009 my Qi Dao advance studies with Lama Tantrapa Rinpoche in Tigard, Oregon, the following theories on Qigong, and Qi Dao with body, mind and spiritual benefits are my own opinions and experiences I have derived from practicing and coaching this transformative and empowering Tibetan Shamanic Qigong called […]

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21 March 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Om Mani Padme Hum

Also known as Chenrezig (Tibetan), Avalokiteshvara (Sanskrit) smiling within your inner hearts The Dharma-body of Kuan Yin is neither male nor female. Even the body is not the body, what attributes can there be? Let it be known to all Buddhists: Do not cling to form. The bodhisattva is you: Not the picture or the […]

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05 March 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

It is the Qi of the acupuncturist, not the needles alone, that is most powerfully healing. — Ricardo B. Serrano, R.Ac. Acupuncture, the ancient Chinese art of healing using fine disposable sterile needles to stimulate invisible lines of Qi energy running beneath the surface of the skin, has become a new primary health care profession […]

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