Still Meditative Practices:
Creates and grows a spiritual field in which you have direct access to your spirit, soul, and subconscious mind.
Creates a protective sphere of Qi which you can program for specific areas of need.
Creates a sacred space for you to connect with all of your non-physical support.
Fills the organs with fresh qi and develops a positive, healthy relationship with yourself and increases awareness. Detoxifies and stimulates your organs to function with ease and in the long term, assists greatly to remove systemic disease.
Opens up, clears, and fills the central channel, cauldrons, and chakras, cleansing, balancing and grounding the qi system.
Opens, fills and tonifies the qi in CV and GV with fresh balanced qi which spills over into all the organ meridians strengthening the organs.
An expansion of the microcosmic orbit. It opens all the large and small meridian points within the body, and connects mind and heart qi to further support the voice and expression of the spirit.
An advanced practice which tonifies and expands the internal and external qi fields and their bond with each other strengthening and deepening our connection with heaven (yang) and earth (yin)
Jing to the Rescue:
Strengthens, tonifies, and supplements jing with qi, providing revitalization, increased stamina and reduces the effects of aging.
Master & Couple Points:
Strengthens the support given to the 8 Extraordinary meridians.
Kan and Li:
Balancing and harmonizing the relationship in the body between the energetic qualities of water and fire.
Practice which nurtures the development of one's soul and its expression in everyday life.
Cleanses emotional stagnation from the 5 major organs, increasing one's frequency and state of clarity.
Fusion of the 5 Elements:
Advanced inner alchemy practice designed for deeper purification of the qi in the 5 major yin organs.
The foundation to all higher practices for developing the connection and strength of the spirit and soul. It awakens and grows through natural sequence the 5 energetic and emotional qualities (Virtues) of your soul (kindness/generosity), (honor/respect), (fairness/balance), (rightness with self/integrity), (gentleness/humility).
A practice which helps balance and regulate the 5 elemental soul qualities (Virtues) from moving into excess.
Standing Pole Qigong:
Advanced rooting practice which fills, balances, and develops a relationship between you, yin/yang, and the "One" Wuji
Sitting & Forgetting:
Advanced practice which develops and refines the integration of "no effort" further developing your relationship with yourself and Wuji (the One.
Solar Plexus Bowl:
This self-practice address the most common area of the body that closes down to protect us, usually trapping and burying the negative emotions from stress, emotional tension and trauma inside. This self-practice retrains this space to remain open and the protective functions to develop at the edge of our person field and be regulated by our higher mind.
Moving Meditative (Forms) Practices:
The 8 Jewels:
(1) Harmonizes and balances the qi in the triple heater. (2) Expands and strengthens the heart and middle tan tien. (3.) Balances yin/yang through the central channel mixing yin/yang in the lower tan tien, improves digestion and flexes/extends the spine. (4) Stretches the spine and strengthens the lungs (5) Improves the mind heart connection and develops the 3rd eye. (6) Stimulates the lymphatic system, strengthens legs/calves. (7) Strengthens the heart and circulatory system functions. Strengthens legs and coxofemoral joint. Stretches/tones musculature supporting the spine (8) Strengthens and improves kidney functions, stretches and relaxes the spine/neck.
Meridian Stimulation Massage:
Through a dao yin practice it wakes up one's qi through physical massage balancing and harmonizing the qi while moving it through the meridian physiology and assists in breaking up energetic stagnation. It stimulates circulatory, respiratory, digestive, nervous system and cognitive functions.
Xian Tan Tien:
Very old moving qigong exercise from the Choy Lee Fut system of kung fu. These exercises specifically focuses on strengthening and refining the qi in the middle tan tien and the expression of the heart and its connection to your spirit; it is necessary in balancing the unity of the mind, soul, and spirit working together.
1) Focuses on balancing and harmonizing the qi system and providing feedback to how your mind has been dealing with life. 2. Nourishes, cleanses, and empties the mind through the 3rd eye point, allowing the mind to connect to the heart without struggle. (3) Fills the central channel and organs with fresh, balanced qi.
3 Tan Tien:
Is an alchemy practice that strengthens and refines the energy in the lower, middle, and upper tan tien.
Is the integration into the body of the 8 Trigrams of the I Ching (Heave, Earth, Fire, Water, Thunder, Lake, Wind,)
Activates the lymphatic system through movement.
Founded by Zhang San-Feng in Wudan, China during the Ming Dynasty (600 years ago) and passed down to Doctor Zhu Hul. It is a Taoist internal skill of qigong. The core idea behind the practice is derived from Taoist cosmology: first was the utmost point of nothingness (Wuji), then came the great ultimate (Taiji).