Tag Archives: Qigong
Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Clench the Fists and Glare Fiercely – Seventh Movement
Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Sway the Head and Shake the Tail – Fifth Movement
This is said to regulate the function of the heart and lungs. Its primary aim is to remove excess heat (or fire) (Xin Huo) from the heart. Xin Huo is also associated with heart fire in traditional Chinese medicine. In performing this piece, the practitioner squats in a low horse stance, place the hands-on thighs with the…
Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Wise Owl Gazes Backwards or Look Back – Fourth Movement
Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Drawing the Bow to Shoot the Eagle – Second Movement
The Ultimate Guide to Daoist Health Cultivation
In the Daoist understanding, everything is interconnected. The five elements interact with each other and thus the cycle of creation and the cycle of destruction appear.
Our existence arises like the mountains, which are shaped by environmental influences.
Symptoms and prevention
In the West, people are treated very simply because it is basically always about treating acute symptoms. If the condition is not acute, then it is better to deal with your own body. Daoist personal body hygiene is important to staying healthy and strong inside and out. But in the West, there is still the habit of responding to symptoms.
Self-cultivation and health prevention
Prevention is probably the wrong word for Daoists because they seek self-cultivation, and health is always above the status quo. When you realize that your own path is wrong and your health is deteriorating, it is time to do something. The best way to do this is to not focus on the symptoms but to find and follow the whole path. Since everything in your body is connected, the healthy parts will make up for the injured parts, and along the way, you will heal the injured parts faster, too.
Healing Back Pain – Ba Duan Jin
In this video we show you with detailed instructions how you can work on stretching your spine and ease back pain. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAf3nvW0Nn4…
Practicing Qi Gong with Master Chen Shiyu
Improve Health – Wu Xing Qi Gong Routine
Master Ziji is presenting his Qi Gong routine with no instructions, this video is aimed at people who already know the Qi Gong and simply would like to follow the rhythm. https://youtu.be/j-jKlbiSZBo…
Qi Gong with Master Chen Shiyu – Traditional Workout
This is a historical recording of young Master Chen Shiyu who came directly out from the Wudang monastery and finished his education with Grandmaster Zhong Yunlong.
In this video young Master, Chen Shiyu will show us multiple exercises that are good for preserving health. It is a good video to train together with him, the rhythm is natural and slow so everyone can follow easily.
Wu Dang Wu Xing (Five Elements) – Cultural And Theory Class
Rugway is teaching us the background and development of Wu Xing, as well as the Qi Gong method of the Wudang Mountain. This is a full theory class on the five elements and our Wu Xing Qi Gong. The material folder used for this video can be downloaded here: Wu Xing Information Folder https://youtu.be/SpTCVghzGno…
Cultivating Energy by Learning About Yin & Yang – Zhan Zhuang Method
Master Ziji explains the principles of controlling Yin & Yang and how to cultivate energy. https://youtu.be/8xphTrXINtI…