Wind & Water Makes Fire

February 14, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

 

Book 18 - BaguaZhangBook 18 - BaguaZhangWind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process that promotes the release of mental stress while warming and strengthening the internal organs. This is a known practice to achieve better health, longevity and cultivation of higher levels of consciousness.

Table of Contents
Welcome page 4
Personal Accountability 5
What Path Are You On? 6
Options to Manage Pain 7
Address the Root Cause of Pain & Illness 8
What is Qi, BaguaZhang, Tai Chi & Qigong? 9
Kan & Li (water & fire) 10
Energy Meridians 11
Key Concepts 12
Breathing Deeply 13
Exercise Intensity 14
Breathing Frequency 15
Parasympathetic Nervous System 16
BaguaZhang
Introduction 18
Fundamental Concepts 19
Turning-Spinning Qigong 20
Sun Style 8 Animals 22
Fundamental Palms 23
Walking Patterns 24
Further Concepts 25
Lineages for BaguaZhang & Tai Chi 26
Advanced Breathing Patterns 27
Benefits to Deep Breathing Practices 28
About the Author 29
Book 19 - Tai ChiBook 19 - Tai ChiWind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process that promotes the release of mental stress while warming and strengthening the internal organs. This is a known practice to achieve better health, longevity and cultivation of higher levels of consciousness.

Table of Contents:
Welcome page 4
Personal Accountability 5
What Path Are You On? 6
Options to Manage Pain 7
Address the Root Cause of Pain & Illness 8
What is Qi, Tai Chi, Qigong, BaguaZhang? 9
Kan & Li (water & fire) 10
Energy Meridians 11
Key Concepts 12
Breathing Deeply 13
Exercise Intensity 14
Breathing Frequency 15
Parasympathetic Nervous System 16
Benefits of Tai Chi Practice 17
Tai Chi
Introduction to Tai Chi 20
Tai Chi, Qigong & the Fascial Trains 21
5 Root Powers 22
8 Expressions 23
Linking Set 24
10 Essential Principles 25
Silk Reeling Exercises 26
Lineages for Tai Chi 28
Benefits to Deep Breathing Practices 29
About the Author 30
Book 20 - QigongBook 20 - QigongWind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process that promotes the release of mental stress while warming and strengthening the internal organs. This is a known practice to achieve better health, longevity and cultivation of higher levels of consciousness.

Table of Contents:
Welcome page 4
Personal Accountability 5
What Path Are You On? 6
Options to Manage Pain 7
Address the Root Cause of Pain & Illness 8
What is Qi, BaguaZhang, Tai Chi & Qigong? 9
Kan & Li (water & fire) 10
Energy Meridians 11
Key Concepts 12
Breathing Deeply 13
Exercise Intensity 14
Breathing Frequency 15
Parasympathetic Nervous System 16
Qigong, Tai Chi & the Fascial Trains 17
Qigong
Qigong Introduction 20
BaguaZhang Turning-Spinning Qigong 22
Opening the Small Circulation 24
8 Pieces of Brocade - Opening the 9 Gates 26
5 Element Qigong 28
Advanced Breathing Patterns 29
Benefits of Qigong & Tai Chi Practices 30
Benefits to Deep Breathing Practices 31
About the Author 32
Book 21 - Wind & Water Make FireBook 21 - Wind & Water Make FireStudy guide consisting of explanations & graphics of TCM, chronic pain management, qigong, martial arts exercises, components of fitness and many other subjects pertaining to mental and physical well being.
Information coincides with approximately 2 years of practice, training and teaching.

This booklet has not been priced for purchase at this time, but is available with personal training or a concierge training program.

Table of Contents
Welcome page 4
Personal Accountability 5
What Path Are You On? 6
Options to Manage Pain 7
Address the Root Cause of Pain & Illness 8
Energy Meridians 9
Kan & Li (water & fire) 10
What is Qi, BaguaZhang, Tai Chi & Qigong? 11
Key Concepts 12
Breathing Deeply 13
Exercise Intensity 14
Breathing Frequency 15
Parasympathetic Nervous System 16
BaguaZhang
Introduction 18
Fundamental Concepts 19
Turning-Spinning Qigong 20
Sun Style 8 Animals 22
Fundamental Palms 23
Walking Patterns 24
Further Concepts 25
Tai Chi
Introduction to Tai Chi 28
Tai Chi, Qigong & the Fascial Trains 29
5 Root Powers 30
8 Expressions 31
Linking Set 32
10 Essential Principles 33
Silk Reeling Exercises 34
Benefits of Tai Chi Practice 36
Qigong
Qigong Introduction 38
Opening the Small Circulation 40
5 Element Qigong 42
Advanced Breathing Patterns 43
Benefits to Deep Breathing Practices 44
About the Author 45

 

Wind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process that promotes the release of mental stress while warming and strengthening the internal organs.  This is a known practice to achieve better health, longevity and cultivation of higher levels of consciousness.

I have spent nearly 38 years learning, practicing and teaching this treasure of time-proven methods. These methods can maintain a high level of fitness, maintain chronic pain issues, and prevent injuries or illnesses. These practices are not religious, but can increase your awareness of yourself on many levels. These practices are not age specific; anyone can benefit from deep breathing, stretching and a multitude of core-strengthening exercises.

I have been composing study guides for the last 10 years, as a way of documenting the vast library of knowledge available through Traditional Chinese Medicine, martial arts (Chinese & Korean) as well as other ancient methods of self-improvement and fitness.

Exercise and study guides can be purchased at:

https://www.mindandbodyexercises.com/p807442068

 

Instruction details can be found at:

https://www.mindandbodyexercises.com/

 

Jim Moltzan has been teaching Qigong, Tai Chi, Taoist Yoga, martial arts and various other alternative methods of fitness for over 35 years. He also offers classes on Mondays & Fridays at the Winter Park Presbyterian Church. He is also available for Group or Private lessons and lectures/seminars.

Contact at www.MindAndBodyExercises.com or call 407-234-0119.


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