Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong Practice (Donation Based Virtual Event)
March 13, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Stockholm
Weekly Seasonal Zoom Classes with Master Wu
In order to support the traditional cultivation practices of Qi-friends from all over the world, I now offer weekly Qigong classes through Zoom.
Aligned with the Great Way of Nature, the topics of these classes change with each season, providing opportunities to harmonize our personal Qi with Daoist cosmological GanZhi calendar.
My weekly seasonal classes are donation based, open to everyone, regardless of experience.
Zoom Spring Cultivation Practice: Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong
According to Chinese wisdom traditions, Long 龍 / Dragon is the spirit of the East and related to the first spark of life energy, the energy of the Dao itself. It is a symbol for the Eastern direction (space) and Eastern season (time). Dragon represents power, life energy, transformation, communication, connection, freedom, the rainmaker, and the Universal way. Since ancient times, fire has been a symbol for new life energy. The sparks that rise from fire swirl upward like a dancing dragon.
Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong form is an ancient method of transforming areas of stagnation in all of the layers of your body. Daily practice of this form is a way to establish a free-flow of Qi (vital energy) in your body, transform areas of stagnation, and re-awaken your vitality.
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Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong, from the Mt. Emei tradition, is a traditional Chinese internal alchemy method that works directly on the meridians, releasing areas of stagnation and bringing the physical and emotional body into a balanced state of well-being. Master Zhongxian Wu and Dr. Karin Taylor Wu share this key Qigong form for those seeking healing from cancer and other significant life challenges.
For thousands of years, the dragon has been an auspicious symbol of transformation throughout China. Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong, from the Mt. Emei tradition, works directly with the body’s meridian systems, transforming areas of Qi stagnation into a free flowing state, thereby strengthening the body, balancing the mind, and reuniting us with our original nature.