The Five Elements of Om Shanti Om: 5 Element Meditation Music for Qigong, Tai Chi and Yoga

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The 5 Elements of Om Namah Shivaya: 5 Element Meditation Music for Tai Chi, Qigong and Yoga

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Qigong Teachings of a Taoist Immortal: The Eight Essential Exercises of Master Li Ching-yun

Healing Arts - Each exercise is accompanied by original text from Master Li, step-by-step instructions for each posture, illustrations of the positions, and insights on theory and practice. Throughout history taoists have promoted the development and restoration of the Three Treasures-- body, breath, and spirit--through the gentle practice of qigong.

With master li ching-yun's original teachings as a guide, Stuart Olson presents an authentic yet accessible approach to this unique practice. Because the eight brocades are the foundation of all qigong, this book provides valuable advice for all practitioners, regardless of the style they practice or the depth of their experience.

The first english translation of Master Li Ching-yun's teachings on the Eight Brocades, the central practice of qigong. Explains the physical and spiritual benefits of the Eight Brocades and offers step-by-step instructions for this powerful sequence of postures. 85 illustrations highlight the postures and philosophies.

Qigong Teachings of a Taoist Immortal: The Eight Essential Exercises of Master Li Ching-yun - Author's commentary provides insight and depth to the original translation. Now qigong expert stuart olson translates into English Master Li Ching-yun's treasured teachings on the Eight Brocades. At the center of the qigong practice are the Eight Brocades, a series of postures that developed during the 3, 000-year Taoist quest for longevity and vitality.

His longevity and personal endorsements attest to and validate the Eight Brocades as the quintessence of Taoist health and qigong practices.





The I Ching or Book of Changes Bollingen Series General 31

Princeton University Press - It has exerted a living influence in China for 3, 000 years, and interest in it has been rapidly spreading in the West. The i ching, a common source for both confucianist and Taoist philosophy, or Book of Changes, is one of the first efforts of the human mind to place itself within the universe.