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Three Levels of Qi and Three Ways of Practice

As Qigong practitioner,  I am very familiar with the terms “Jing, Qi, Shen” three levels of Qi. And I was taught of many practicing forms and methods purposing for those three levels. However, I didn’t realize that everything that I learned was just knowledge from others and never became my own, until…

Mingjue & Mindfulness Practice

Mingjue (in Chinese 明觉) comes from Buddhist books. Before we talk about what mingjue is, let me share one story about a great Buddhist teacher, monk and philosopher, Nagarjuna (150 CE – 250 CE)

How to Tell, Buddist or Taoist or Confucian Qigong?

China has more than 3,000 years of qigong history. There are probably over a thousand forms of qigong practices still existing as of today. To help us to better understand them, we can categorize them into three major groups, according to their origins and theories. They are Buddhist qigong, Taoist qigong and Confucian qigong.

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When you can experience the true heart, you return to #tao #dao where there is no limitation, only unlimited possibilities. #unlimitedpossibilities ...

Only when we live out of mind, can we experience the true heart, the true nature of our existence. #trueexistence #trueheart ...

Any kinds of suffering can happen in any given situation, only because we live in the mind, and seldom in real existence. #outofmind ...