This translation of Discourse on Sitting and Forgetting, an 8th century classic Chinese text on meditation, is accompanied by an explanatory introduction and commentary. Master Cherng explains the text in a way that can be fully understood by the Western reader and explains how to practice the Purification of the Heart method of meditation.
Dai Family Internal Martial Arts - Part I
Exploring key practices from the Dai Family XinYi Internal Alchemy and Martial Arts System, this DVD by 7th generation lineage holder, Master Zhongxian Wu, includes detailed instruction on HunYuanZhuang, LongShen, ChangSanBu and WuXingQuan. It also features explanations from Grandmaster Zhao ShouRong and combat demonstrations.
A Handbook for Clinical Practice and Five Shen Nei Dan Inner Meditation
Drawing on the classic texts, Dr. Twicken provides a detailed, step-by-step account of the theory and clinical applications of the Divergent Channels. With case studies and instruction on Five Shen Nei Dan inner meditation, Twicken offers a complete resource to help practitioners understand and use the Divergent Channel system in clinical practice.
The Heart of Chinese Wisdom Traditions
A detailed explanation of the building blocks of Chinese metaphysics, the 22 Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches upon which Chinese medicine, astrology and FengShui are based. Poetic descriptions dating from the Song dynasty give the reader a deep understanding of the meaning of each and of their interrelationships.
Heart-Mind - The Dao of Martial Arts
The author reveals the spirit of classical Chinese martial arts through instruction of hitherto secret internal practices from the Dai Family Style XinYi Martial Arts in this ground-breaking book. Exploring the connection between Daoist numerology, internal alchemy and the spirit of martial power, it offers guidance to strengthen inner cultivation.
A Translation of the Tao Tê Ching with an Introduction and Commentaries
This translation reveals the true wisdom and beauty of the Tao Tê Ching and the accompanying introduction and commentaries make its meaning accessible, without any reduction of the complex thought within its pages. Chung-yuan Chang places the text in the context of Western metaphysics, making reference to many Western philosophers.
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