Tag Archives: Taoism

PA TUAN CHIN: The Eight Pieces of Brocade


Speaking about Qi Gong, there is an interesting sequence of practices that was structured in the 12th Century A.D. by the Chinese general, Yueh Fei, based on the eighteen exercises which Bodhidharma proposed to the Shaolin monks almost eight centuries … Continue reading

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The Art of Letting Go


Life on earth includes suffering, that’s obvious. We have relationship problems, we lose a loved one, experience the separation of death, we experience loneliness, illness, accidents, we are haunted by guilt, experiemce phobias and fears and unfulfilled desires. We experience … Continue reading

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The Spirit of a Path: Tai Chi Chuan


Probably, this post is not for all. It speaks about an ancient discipline that can’t be explained because it has to be experienced in order to be understood, at least to some degree. Indeed, Tai Chi Chuan is a practical … Continue reading

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Th practice of Natural Meditation


In almost all the meditation practices, the attention of the practitioner is focused on some determined field: breath, sounds, colours, thoughts, concepts as Love, and so on. There are also some practices who emphasize that to develop some degree of … Continue reading

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Breath and Navel Tecnique- A Taoist Practice


Breath and Navel Meditation is the oldest meditation method on record in China, as well as India.  It is the method usually taught to beginners.  Breath and Navel Meditation works directly with the natural flow of breath in the nostrils … Continue reading

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The art of Tai Chi Chuan and the development of Natural Awareness


Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese art whose popularity increased in recent years. It ‘a martial art, even if today is proposed and practiced in different ways and with different purposes. It’s an internal martial art, in the sense that … Continue reading

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