Cycles of the year and Tao of natural Flow

  One of these days I have been having a tea with my fellow partner and my life mate Smiljana. It’s not that this happens just once in a while. We have this »tea ceremony« every single day and it’s nothing special about it. For the outside observer, though. What is special is that we do it every day at aproximately same time. After our Qigong routine, which is another daily thing that we do[…]

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Relaxation in Qigong #1

  What is Relaxation? Definition of the relaxation in the West For the beginning let’s see how a Western world in general defines relaxation.  Online Webster dictionary of English language defines a relaxation as a way to rest and enjoy yourself; as time that you spend resting and enjoying yourself; as something that you do to stop feeling nervous, worried, etc. You can conclude that people who every evening watch TV on the sofa and[…]

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Three positions of a tongue on the roof of mouth

  In the last post I have written about the necessity of having a tip of a tongue on a palate of your mouth. In this post I will further discuss the topic, but I will focus on a deeper level and understanding of microcosmic orbit and different kinds and qualities of energy that flow through it. As you know we have Yin and Yang energies which are predominantly, in our case, stored or flowing[…]

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Where to put a tip of the tongue while practicing Qigong

  In Qigong practice it is essential to put a tip of your tongue on the roof in your mouth. I have mentioned this many times in my posts, but never took a chance to talk it through. Many Qigong practitioners and inner martial artists know this and use it to gain better energy flow and better manipulate energy for their cause. What is this cause in my practice? Leading the energy (Qi) efficiently and[…]

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The role of Collective unconscious in Tong Ren therapy

  This post is the continuation of previous two posts about Tong Ren energy healing method.   Tong Ren therapy and Collective unconscious The theory of the collective unconscious is the basis for Tong Ren Therapy. Tong Ren has not been proven by any expert research and probably never will be. As science denies existence of such things as collective unconscious, self-aware energy fields etc. But these are the things that thoughtful Qigong practitioners think,[…]

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About Tong Ren and Qigong, and their capabilities – Continuing

  In the previous post About Tong Ren and Qigong, and their capabilities  I was writing about our encounter with this healing method. In this second part I will talk about its origin and about the basic principles of this method.   Tom Tam, a founder of Tong Ren healing therapy, on seminars usually describes his method with terms used in western scientific society. I guess he is trying to bring this healing art nearer[…]

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About Tong Ren and Qigong and their capabilities

  How it all started My story with Tong Ren healing begins when I was invited with my dear Smiljana to teach private Qigong lessons to a couple whose name I won’t mention here. We were invited to a beautiful home in the suburbia of Trieste in Italy, which is the biggest city in the area. We live, me and Smiljana,  just across the border in Slovenia, in a little Karst village. We were invited[…]

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Eight Extraordinary Vessels #3 Yin and Yang Heel Vessels and their opening points

(Extraordinary vessels – 3)   In this article I will introduce to you another pair of extraordinary vessels named Yin and Yang Heel, Stepping or Qiao vessels, and their opening points. I will also explain where and for what purposes these vessels can be used. Meridian point Bladder 62 Bladder 62, BL-62 or Shenmai is a point on a Bladder meridian. This point is not hard to find, as it is just below external bone[…]

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Eight Extraordinary Vessels #2 in general and Yin and Yang Linking Vessels

 (Extraordinary Vessels – 2)   In this article and in next few I will talk about Eight extraordinary vessels (sometimes called also Eight extraordinary meridians or channels) which we use in Qigong and on the lesser degree in acupuncture. I will introduce different viewpoints and theories, which do not agree and therefore uncover that this field of energy medicine and Qigong still hasn’t been researched to the deepest end, even though it has been practiced[…]

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Wu Wei (Non-Doing)

  Path of least resistance In Taoism non-doing doesn’t mean, that you don’t cut trees. It means only that you cut where it is easiest to cut. Along the path of least resistance, you follow the way of nature. Following the path and doing the things in accordance with growth, does not mean that you do not cut firewood. It means that you cut it following structure, you follow openings of cracks and grains and[…]

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