Here’s a step by step Tao Yin Fa Warm up! Tao Yin Fa Warm Up Objectives: -Open energy gates (joints) -Activate (stretch) the meridians -Experience the flow of Qi through the meridians in exchange with universe Swing arms side to side. Sssssss. Stretch Extraordinary Meridians in legs. (inner thigh, hamstrings, groin) Rotates Ankles (bent knee, then straight leg – 4X each way) Rotate knees (4X each way – knees together, […]
Hello everyone! Here’s a little information on a very special festival/happening this weekend! Wesak Wesak, marking the birth, enlightenment, and death of the Buddha, is widely celebrated throughout the Buddhist world. In the ageless wisdom, the Wesak Festival, at the time of the Taurus full moon, marks the high-water mark of spiritual blessings in the world. There is an unusual inflow of life and of spiritual stimulation which serves to […]
I wanted to start this week’s blog off by discussing some topics from a book I’m reading titled Qigong for Health and Well-Being, by Faxiang Hou and Mark V. Wiley. As an introduction to qigong, these two gentlemen go over how and when to practice. Here’s a brief overview: The movements/postures, visualization/mediation, and proper breathing must all be done concurrently. Proper breathing and control of the breath is perhaps the […]
Thank you to Gail Zeserman for telling me about this beautiful quote from Rumi, who has been described as the “most popular poet”and the “best selling poet” in the United States.
Sunday night, cooking diner thinking about what I’m learning about color and wanting a deeper understanding That’s what this blog is about for me – what I am a student of. Unfortunately it’s a lot, but always interesting and I love it! Moving on, let’s look at the color. Using it for healing goes all the way to the ancient temples of Egypt, the Middle East, and China. In Europe […]