Regulating the Mind Tiao

Regulating the mind means to regulate and control the Emotional Mind (Xin, ) This practice has always been the most difficult subject to understand and train in Nei Dan Qigong (ft H ) practice. Here you are dealing with your own mind. Everyone has his own thinking and emotional disturbance. Thus, it is also the most difficult subject to explain. The methods of regulating the mind have been widely studied, discussed, and practiced in all Chinese Qigong societies, which include scholar, medical,...

Dare to dream

- Dare to emerge from the traditional matrix -- be free from spiritual bondage - The philosopher should be a man willing to listen to every suggestion, but determined to judge for himself. He should not be biased by appearances, have no favorite hypothesis, be of no school, and in doctrine have no master. He should not be a respecter of persons, but of things. Truth should be his primary object. If to these qualities be added industry, he may indeed hope to walk within the veil of the temple of...

Regulating the Body Tiao Shen

If the posture in meditation practice is incorrect, the body will be tense and this will affect the smooth Qi circulation and also disturb the mind. (When) shape (i.e. body posture) is not correct, then the Qi will not be smooth. (Conversely, when) the Qi is not smooth, the Yi (i.e. Wisdom Mind) will not be at peace. (When) the Yi is not at peace, then the Qi is disordered.18 From this, you can see that the purposes of regulating the body are 1. To find the most natural, relaxed, and...

Reverse Abdominal Breathing

(Emotionally Disturbed or the Mind has Intention of Yin or Yang) Neutral (inhalation and exhalation equal length) Yin Inhalation (Abdomen Withdraws, Huiyin Held Up Gently) Yang Exhalation (Abdomen Expands, Huiyin Pushed Out Gently) Body Yin (inhalation longer than exhalation) Inhalation Longer (Abdomen Withdraws, Huiyin Held Up Firmly) Exhalation (Abdomen Expands, Huiyin Relaxed) Body Yang (exhalation longer than inhalation) Inhalation (Abdomen Withdraws, Huiyin Held Up Gently) Exhalation...

Embryonic Breathing

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