Of all my inner cultivation experiences, I find the most powerful practices to be from Fu 符, Chinese Talismans. In the EMei Sage Style Qigong School 峨眉真功, the lineage master traditionally teaches the talisman system to only a limited number of students throughout his or her entire life. Although other EMei forms may be taught openly and without restriction, this most revered system is carefully guarded.
According to Wu 巫 (Chinese shamanism) custom, talismans allow us direct access to universal Qi forthe purposes of inner cultivation, healing, and creating harmonizing Fengshui energy.
About the Red Phoenix Talisman
In this training, Master will share Red Phoenix talisman cultivation and healing principles.
In Chinese Shamanism and Daoism, Red Phoenix is the spiritual animal of the south and the represents the heart. The Red Phoenix in Chinese is known as FengHuang, and it is a symbol of virtue, grace, and auspiciousness.
The first chapter of ShanHaiJing 山海經, the Classic of Mountains and Seas, describes FengHuang and emphasizes the symbolism of its body parts:
有鳥焉，其狀如雞，五采而文，名曰鳳凰，首文曰德，翼文曰義，背文曰禮，膺文曰仁，腹文曰信。是鳥也，飲食自然，自歌自舞，見則天下安寧。 There is a bird, it looks like a rooster, with five colored feathers. Its head represents virtue (德), the wing represents righteousness (義), the back represents ritual (禮), the abdomen represents faith (信) and the chest represents humanity (仁). This bird has its meals with natural rhythm, it could sing and dance, when it appears, the world would be peaceful.
ShanHaiJing 山海經, the Classic of Mountains and Seas
Regular practice of the Red Phoenix Talisman and Qigong form will help you strengthen your vitality and awaken your Shen/spirit.