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XinYi BaGua/Heart-Mind Eight Trigrams Practice (Donation Based Virtual Event)
July 31, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Stockholm
All classes times are listed in the Central European Time zone
Weekly Seasonal Zoom Classes with Master Wu
In order to support the traditional cultivation practices of Qi-friends from all over the world, I will continue to 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 Summer Cultivation Practice: XinYi BaGua/Heart-Mind Eight Trigrams
XinYi 心意, or Heart-Mind internal martial arts, holds its origins in the study of the Daoist Hidden Immortal Lineage. The principles of XinYi martial arts are the same as those of traditional Daoist Qigong practices (internal alchemy).
In this practice series, Master Zhongxian Wu explores the BaGua XinJing, the most secret practice from the legendary DaiShi XinYi Quan 戴氏心意拳 – Dai Family XinYi Internal Alchemy and Martial Arts School. This practice provides an essential resource that will help practitioners of all levels deepen into their practice, build strength and stamina, explore transformation through inner alchemical processes, and connect with the spiritual root of traditional Chinese mind-body arts.
We will practice: HunYuan Zhuang 混元桩, a standing practice designed to allow you to unify yourself with the universe and return to the Dao (the emptiness), thereby entering what is known as the “prenatal state” in qigong and internal alchemy practices; LiuHe XinFa 六合心灋 (the Six Unions Heart Method), a high level practice to deepen your understanding of the XinYi system; and the BaGua XinJing 八卦心鏡 (Eight Trigrams Heart Mirror), to connect the heart of all martial arts.
Register in advance through Zoom
When is the Zoom class held?
It will be a weekly one and half hour class
First class meeting is 22 May 2021
Class is held 18:00-19:30 (Central European Time)
- 6:00-7:30pm CET is equal to: 09:00-10:30am Pacific Standard Time, 12-13:30pm Eastern Standard Time/ 5-6:30pm Greenwich Mean Time, etc
We will meet every Saturday through the summer (ending 31 July 2021)
How to register for the class?
Open Zoom on your preferred device (you will need to download the Zoom app)
Enter Meeting ID: 851 4928 2914
Enter Passcode: 833301
Register your name and email address
Wait in the waiting room until you are admitted to the class. The waiting room will be open at least 20 minutes before class starts. Class will begin promptly at 6pmCET! As there will be no class administrator to admit you once class begins, you will not be admitted if you come late, so please try again the next week.
The weekly classes will not be recorded
What is the cost?
Each class has a suggested donation of $15 (SEK130 / 13€ / ₤12)
Donations may be made through PayPal, international bank transfer or SWISH (123.365.4415)
If you are paying by Swish or international bank transfer, Please consider making monthly or quarterly payments (one lump sum donation) for the number of classes you plan on attending, if possible.
Related study materials
XinYi WuDao book
In his unprecedented account on the Dao of martial arts, Master Zhongxian Wu explores WuDao through systematic instruction of select practices from China’s legendary Dai Family Style XinYi Martial Arts School. With extensive reference to the classic texts, this book provides unique and considered guidance that will inspire and empower practitioners of all levels.
XinYi BaGua DVD
In this DVD series, Master Zhongxian Wu explores the BaGua XinJing, the most secret practice from the legendary DaiShi XinYi Quan 戴氏心意拳 – Dai Family XinYi Internal Alchemy and Martial Arts School. Each DVD provides an essential resource that will help practitioners of all levels deepen into their practice, build strength and stamina, explore transformation through inner alchemical processes, and connect with the spiritual root of traditional Chinese mind-body arts.