According to Wu (Chinese Shamanic) custom, talismans allow us direct access to universal Qi for the purposes of inner cultivation, healing and creating harmonizing FengShui energy.
September 14 @ 7:30 am – 8:30 am Europe/London
Dancing with the Harmonious Qi:
Classical Qigong for Healing and Awakening
According to the classical Qigong tradition, there is only one disease: Qi stagnation. This fundamental principle of traditional Chinese medicine is described to us in the HuangDiNeiJing 黃帝內經: BuTongZeTong 不通則痛 – If there is no flow, there is disease. Qi stagnation (or loss of Qi flow) forms irregular patterns in the energetic, mental and/or physical planes of the body. Left unchecked, Qi stagnation will manifest as the myriad of diseases known to modern medicine. By learning to transform areas of stagnation back to free-flowing harmonious Qi, we work to recover our health and sense of wellbeing.
In China’s esoteric EMeiZhenGong 峨嵋真功 (Mt. Emei SageStyle) school, transforming areas of Qi stagnation is the key to healing illness and imbalance. Guided by the principles of the Yijing易經(I Ching), this classical Qigong therapy promotes the harmonious Qi throughout the body, optimizes the function of the organ systems, awakens the Shen 神, and brings balance to the physical and mental bodies.
This Qigong session will be of interest to practitioners looking for a simple, yet powerful tool for spiritual awakening and helping themselves and their patients overcome the diseases.