Bagua Zhang – Center of the Circle

Bagua Zhang – Center of the Circle

By Jess O’Brien and Isaac Kamins Revolving around a central point is at the core of Bagua (Ba Gua) Circle Walking. Revolution after revolution, we continue to circle around a central point in space that remains stable and unchanging. With each rotation we find...

Qigong University

By Dan Kleiman Do you remember your favorite college professor? Was he a wizened bookworm who would quote endlessly from the classics? Was she a fiery idealist who pushed sleepy, complacent students to forge a moral identity? Was he a wacky physicist who could barely...

Tao Meditation Practice

By Frank Iborra Since the early 60’s I’ve been exposed to many different types of meditation techniques. Many were of a superficial nature used for stress and health, while others had spiritual attributes. From that experience, my general sense has been...
Chuang Tse’s Fish (Part III)

Chuang Tse’s Fish (Part III)

By Alex Frantzis A classic Taoist technique is to gaze at something, be it a river, stream, fire, or any of the elements (or even watching a branch grow) and rather than just see the object, penetrate into it and see the emptiness within. This technique is by no means...

Chuang Tse’s Fish (Part II)

By Alex Frantzis Please click here to read Part One of this article. While many differing interpretations for the Taoist texts (i.e., The Book of Chuang Tse and Lao Tse’s, Tao de Jing) exist, this article only concerns those that relate to Taoist meditation....

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