Order of Meditation teachings

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    Good morning,
    I don’t know if this question is truly relevant or not. I’m a beginner meditator. I am curious on the order of the teachings. I belong to the Meditation circle, but also have received the Meditation instructions from the Tao Te Ching group, the Old Yang Style Tai Chi group, and the Standing Qigong group. Which ones should I start with? I am assuming the Longevity Breathing is first, but what follows? Should I start with the Meditation circle or with the Meditation lessons in the Tai Chi group? or do both simultaneously? Does it matter? It does seem that the Standing Qigong might be more advanced and should be practiced after the Tai Chi meditation lessons.
    Thanks – Christopher

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    Hi Christopher,

    the meditation circle comes first. It helps you build the foundation for all of the other meditation practices. Some of the material is repeated in other places but the 16 month circle training creates a solid base.

    Trevor

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    Hey Christopher,
    I’m kinda in the same boat, as I’m doing the same programs. I try to do them all and just hopscotch between them as it feels right. I already finished the Old Yang so Standing is taking what I know to the next level, though the Old Yang teachings are worth revisiting over and over again. I find them blending into one another, or how they interrelate, and whenever I’m doing one practice I feel it is benefiting the others.

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    Thank you so much

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