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I Ching (Yijing) readings with Solala Towler

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Yijing (I Ching) readings with Solala Towler Using his 23-year training in the Daoist Arts, Solala is offering long distance (phone) Yijing (I Ching) readings through Inner Sight.com. Guidance is offered on life decisions, career choices, spiritual goals etc, using several versions of the this ancient classic book of divination and self-cultivation,...

I Want My Mommy

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Kurt Levins Sr.   Taoist teachers come in many shapes and forms. There was my first, a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto. Then a Chinese guy who owned a fly by night construction company. Then the Chinese cook. Master Lein told me that Taoist teachers are always around if we just open our eyes and ears to find them.            ...

Inner Cultivation

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    Inner Culitivation  by Solala Towler               For many people in the qigong world, movement forms are emphasized  over stillness practices, yet stillness practices such as zuowanglun (sitting in oblivion) have always been a big part of daoist cultivation....

Inner Seeing

submitted by: admin on 02/11/2015
...another lesson on the illusion of form and letting go into the "moment." The challenges of life continue to teach us to flow and with this issue almost two weeks behind schedule, flow we are.  If Qigong has helped me with anything, it would be in the way I "see" events. Sure my body is fit and my waistline thin because of...

Inspiring Children: Smart Exercise And The Essence Of Learning

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by Francesco Garri Garripoli   There is something so fundamental to the understanding that our children are our future that it almost seems a cliché. Yet we read much about the wide range of troubling topics involving children, from seemingly ubiquitous substance abuse to the emergence of the Indigo Child, that sometimes we feel there...

Interview with Deng Ming Dao, author of The Chronicles of Tao

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Deng Ming Dao is the author of the immensely popular trilogy that begins with The Wandering Taoist and continues through Seven Tables of the Cloudy Satchel and Gateway to a Vast World (published under one cover by Harper San Francisco as Chronicles of the Tao). In it he tell the story of the life and training of Kwan Saihung in the Daoist arts of qigong, herbalism...

Inteview with Daoist Cave Dwelling Hermit Jiaye Part One

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Inteview with Daoist Cave Dwelling Hermit Jiaye Part Two

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Is It All Right To Practice Tai Chi And Qigong Together?

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As Tai Chi is simply a "style" of Qigong for all intents and purposes (the Yang Style being a formalized Qigong style practiced secretly for generations by the Yang family in China) then I see no issue with complementing one's Tai Chi practice with Qigong. Several of the Masters that I studied with in China practice both Tai Chi and Qigong as...

Issues of The Empty Vessel

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  Free issue of The Empty Vessel             The Empty Vessel 2011 - Summer Issue            Premium...

It's Official, Weirdness Abides

submitted by: CurtisM on 08/20/2015
  It’s Official, Weirdness Abides.    until you, dear reader, read these words, they are not of the Empire of Reality. until you decide to discern, “what in the fuck is he trying to say?”, there is nothing. and that is the divinest of comedic devices; how can there be nothing?   nothing cannot be. IT can...