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Daoist Meridian Yoga

Author : Camilo Sanchez, L.Ac, MOM
ISBN : 9780857012364
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Maintain the flow of vital energy, or Qi, through your body and promote longevity with Daoist Meridian Yoga. This definitive guide provides everything you need to develop your practice. It includes illustrated and detailed instruction on the 24 exercises that work by stretching, extending and toning specific muscle groups associated with the twelve main meridians. The book also explains how to spot signs of imbalance that manifest as physical ailments, describes the specific channels and internal branches, and provides meridian charts of the main muscle groups. Drawing on the traditions of Dao Yin, Qigong and Chinese medicine, Daoist Meridian Yoga is an ancient system that will help to transform your health and balance your energy. This book will be an invaluable resource for Qigong practitioners, and for health practitioners wishing to prescribe Qigong exercises to ameliorate specific health conditions.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Taoist Yoga And Sexual Energy

Author : Eric Steven Yudelove
ISBN : 1567188346
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This 14-week course applies the long-suppressed secrets of Taoist yoga, Chi Kung, internal alchemy, and sexual kung fu, to improve every aspect of one's health and well-being.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Yoga Journal

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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.
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Routledge Handbook Of Yoga And Meditation Studies

Author : Suzanne Newcombe
ISBN : 9781351050739
Genre : Social Science
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The Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies is a comprehensive and interdisciplinary resource, which frames and contextualises the rapidly expanding fields that explore yoga and meditative techniques. The book analyses yoga and meditation studies in a variety of religious, historical and geographical settings. The chapters, authored by an international set of experts, are laid out across five sections: Introduction to yoga and meditation studies History of yoga and meditation in South Asia Doctrinal perspectives: technique and praxis Global and regional transmissions Disciplinary framings In addition to up-to-date explorations of the history of yoga and meditation in the Indian subcontinent, new contexts include a case study of yoga and meditation in the contemporary Tibetan diaspora, and unique summaries of historical developments in Japan and Latin America as well as an introduction to the growing academic study of yoga in Korea. Underpinned by critical and theoretical engagement, the volume provides an in-depth guide to the history of yoga and meditation studies and combines the best of established research with attention to emerging directions for future investigation. This handbook will be of interest to multidisciplinary academic audiences from across the humanities, social sciences and sciences.
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Yin Yoga

Author : Paul Grilley
ISBN : 1935952706
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The 10th Anniversary Edition of Yin Yoga: Outline of a Quiet Practice by Paul Grilley brings together in a fresh way the ancient wisdom of acupuncture and Taoism with Hindu yoga practices. With over 80,000 copies sold, Grilley's book has been enhanced with new materials describing the evolution of Yin Yoga within the Yoga world over the last decade plus new reference materials on anatomy and the practice of Yin Yoga. Yoga as practiced in the US is almost exclusively Yang or muscular in nature. The Yin aspect of Yoga (using postures that stretch connective tissue) is virtually unknown but vital for a balanced approach to physical and mental health. Paul Grilley outlines how to practice postures in a Yin way. Grilley includes an explanation of Modern Meridian Theory, which states that the meridians of acupuncture theory are currents flowing through the connective tissues of the body. Yin Yoga is specifically designed to address these tissues. The two major differences between a Yin and a Yang Yoga practice are that Yin postures should be done with the muscles relaxed and should be held a long time. This is because connective tissue does not stretch like muscle and will not respond well to brief stresses. In addition, Yin Yoga better prepares people for meditation. For yoga practitioners looking for something beyond physical postures. Yin Yoga addresses the deeper spiritual dimensions of yoga, with helpful sections on chakras, breathing exercises, and meditation.
Category: Health & Fitness

Yoga Journal

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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.
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Yin Yoga

Author : Diane Paylor
ISBN : 1646112458
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Deepen your practice and find balance--Yin Yoga comes home Expand your yoga journey with a guide to essential yin yoga poses to practice at home, whether you're a beginner or an experienced yogi. Yin yoga is a style of hatha yoga informed by Chinese Daoist practices, with a focus on the meridians and proper alignment. The poses are passively held for 1 to 5 minutes to help strengthen joints, ligaments, and fascial tissues. This user-friendly reference offers just enough philosophy to get you straight to the practice. Artwork and detailed instructions explain how to perform 25 different yin yoga poses and how to string them together into 30 different sequences. The practices are designed to last 10 to 45 minutes, so you can choose how much time you want to spend on the mat. Yin Yoga offers: Reduced stress and anxiety--Yin yoga activates the body's rest and digest response, which lowers your heart rate, increases circulation, and stabilizes breathing for better relaxation. Perennial poses--Seasonal sequences let you tailor your yoga practice to the time of year. Mind and body--The long holds and contemplative nature of yin yoga are also great training for a meditation practice. Unlock the power of yin yoga with a customizable practice you can do anywhere.
Category: Health & Fitness

Your Body Your Yoga

Author : Bernie Clark
ISBN : 0968766536
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Learn alignment cues that are skillful, safe, and best suited to you.
Category: Health & Fitness

Daoist Internal Mastery

Author : Liping Wang
ISBN : 9781931483391
Genre : Meditation
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This book translates Master Wang's original practice instructions and discourses given during training seminars. His system of internal alchemy goes back to two ancient Daoist texts: the 13th-century Lingbao bifa, linked to the immortals Zhongli Quan and Lü Dongbin; and the 17th-century Taiyi jinhua zongzhi (Secret of the Golden Flower), also connected to Lü. Together they are known as the Lingbao tong zhineng neigong shu (Arts of Internal Mastery, Wisdom, and Potential, Based on Numinous Treasure). The texts outline the concoction of a golden elixir through the dual cultivation of inner nature and life-destiny. This book follows the classics and presents all different kinds of techniques--including walking, pacing, sleeping, circulating the five phases, absorbing tree energy, and capturing planetary essences--in a systematic format and with a great amount of instructional detail. It contains a wealth of information invaluable to anyone interested in genuine Daoist cultivation and elucidates numerous rather obscure concepts to contextualize each practice.
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Daoist Body Cultivation

Author : Livia Kohn
ISBN : UOM:49015003148120
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Daoist Body Cultivation is a comprehensive volume by a group of dedicated scholars and practitioners that covers the key practices of medical healing, breathing techniques, diets and fasting, healing exercises, sexual practices, Qigong, and Taiji quan. Each presentation places the practice in its historical and cultural context and relates its current application and efficaciousness. Ultimately aiming to energetically transform the person into a spiritual and trancendent being, Daoist cultivation techniques have proven beneficial for health time and again and can make an important contribution in the world today. Daoist Body Cultivation provides a deeper understanding of the practices in their cultural and historical contexts, bridging the gap between healing and religion and allowing both scholars and practitioner to reach a deeper understanding and appreciation. Contributors: Shawn Arthur, Bede Bidlack, Catherine Despeux, Stephen Jackowicz, Lonny Jarrett, Livia Kohn, Louis Komjathy, Michael Winn.
Category: Health & Fitness

Living Authentically Daoist Contributions To Modern Psychology

Author : Livia Kohn
ISBN : 9781931483209
Genre : Psychology
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Living Authentically brings together classical scholars of Daoism, professors of psychology, practicing psychologists, medical doctors, and alternative practitioners to explore different Daoist concepts of the mind and its transformations in relation to various schools of modern psychology. The book explores how Daoism can help us live in the world sustaining relationships, and educating children, in a stress-free, truly authentic way. Book jacket.
Category: Psychology

Report Of Proceedings

Author : Scottish Society of the History of Medicine
ISBN : UCLA:L0090430166
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Author : David R. Mc Craw
ISBN : UIUC:30112100846077
Genre : Chinese language
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Category: Chinese language

E Book Energy Medicine East And West

Author : David F. Mayor
ISBN : 9780702049231
Genre : Medical
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Energy Medicine East and West: A Natural History of Qi provides a unique, comprehensive overview of Qi or bioenergy for students and practitioners of energy medicines, Chinese and Oriental Medicine, and all disciplines of Complementary and Integrative Medicine. Mayor and Micozzi start with a comparative historical account of the ancient concepts of Qi and vital energy before covering theories of Qi, a discussion of the organized therapeutic modalities based upon Qi and its applications to specific health and medical conditions. Contributions are included from international experts in the field. The book moves from anatomical and bioenergetic complementarity of Western vital energy and Eastern Qi, through convergence of perspectives and models to demonstrations of how the traditional therapies are being melded together in a new, original and creative synthesis. David Mayor and Marc Micozzi are experienced medical practitioners, authors and editors. David Mayor has been actively involved in bioenergy research, practice and publishing for over 30 years, and is author/editor of Electroacupuncture: A practical manual and resource (2007), as well as other acupuncture texts and studies. Marc Micozzi is Professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC. As author/editor of Fundamentals of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 4E (2011), and 25 other books, he has been writing, editing and teaching on bioenergy, Qi and related topics for 20 years. Endorsements "This wonderful book has assembled some 25 authors expressing well a view of qi which entirely does justice to its nature. Meticulously referenced, it is a milestone to set beside Maciocias Foundations of Chinese Medicine and Deadmans Manual of Acupuncture. Here at last are the beginnings of a true science of qi...There is truly nothing like it in contemporary literature. Alone, it lays the foundation for the beginnings of a modern science of qi."Richard Bertschinger, Acupuncturist and translator, Somerset, UK. "This book offers a timely and thorough examination of the experience and nature of qi, including a series of fascinating philosophical discussions with a direct application to our patients. Required reading for acupuncture practitioners seeking to justify and clarify their clinical reasoning."Val Hopwood PhD FCSP, Physiotherapist, acupuncturist, researcher and educator; Course director, MSc Acupuncture, Coventry University, UK. "Over the last decade most books on Asian medicine paid tribute to the aura of evidence-based medicine – experience counted little, RCTs were convincing. This book, at last, returns to an old tradition of debate, opening up quite a few new horizons. Reading it, my striving for knowledge was married with enjoyment and happiness. This book made me happy!" Thomas Ots MD PhD, Medical acupuncturist specialising in psychiatry, Graz, Austria; Editor-in-Chief, Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur. "To simply review the chapter headings is to know the truly remarkable expanse of this book...a wonderful bridge between the mysteries of the East and the sciences of the West...well documented, well written, and enlarging both. Enlightening...nicely depicts outstanding advances in energy psychotherapeutics, thus ultimately helping to move forward the human condition."Maurie D Pressman MD, Emeritus Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; Emeritus Chairman of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia PA; past President, International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, Lafayette, CO, USA.
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Chinese Healing Exercises

Author : Steven Cardoza
ISBN : 9780738738895
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Reduce Pain and Enhance Your Well-being With Simple Chinese Healing Exercises Improve your health and longevity with 88 easy-to-learn exercises. Gentle enough to be practiced by anyone—regardless of age, gender, or state of health—these exercises can be done for as little as one or two minutes each day to help you: Increase fitness levels Minimize and even reverse many of the signs of aging Extend the healthy years of your life Work on specific health challenges Improve athletic performance Reduce the likelihood of injury Get through the day with more energy and vitality Based on the principles of acupressure, taiji, qigong, and Daoist yoga, each exercise includes illustrations, easy-to-follow instructions, and its physical and energetic benefits. This book also includes an index, so you can look up exercises for specific aches and pains, allergies, digestive disorders, insomnia, stress, and other common health concerns. "A real find . . . A book to refer to again and again!" —Angela Hicks, author of The Principles of Chinese Medicine "An important book for anyone interested in helping him or herself be and stay well . . . I highly recommend the book." —Fritz Frederick Smith, MD, author of The Alchemy of Touch
Category: Health & Fitness

Managing Depression With Qigong

Author : Fran Gaik
ISBN : 9780857010063
Genre : Self-Help
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Many people will suffer from depression at some time in their lives. New research shows that Qigong, a traditional Chinese practice, can be an effective treatment for depression and can provide a good alternative or supplement to medication in some cases. Frances Gaik explains the basics of what Qigong is and why it is effective for depression, and shows the reader how to make use of Qigong to rise from the darkness of depression and regain strength and motivation in life. Based on the same principles as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qigong works by promoting the movement of health-giving energy along the meridians of the body. The author shows how the practical application of Qigong can radically improve health and wellbeing, and provides a treatment plan, including Qigong exercises. Encouraging the reader to identify their problems and take action, Dr. Frances Gaik gives practical advice that will help anyone with depression to improve their mental health. Managing Depression with Qigong provides a guide to an effective and increasingly recognised form of treatment that will be invaluable to people with depression and their families.
Category: Self-Help

The Diamondsutra S Logic Of Not

Author : Shigenori Nagatomo
ISBN : IND:30000109316178
Genre : Philosophy
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The Logic of Not proposes a holistic way of understanding things, which is contrasted with Aristotelean either-or logic. It's a careful philosophical examination of the Diamondsutra, a Mahayana Buddhist sutra. A Critique of Katz's Contextualism examines Katz's position from the point of view of the logic of not and critically examines various philosophical issues Steven Katz mounts in order to erect his contextualist's position.
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Health And Long Life The Chinese Way

Author : Livia Kohn
ISBN : UCSC:32106018559135
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Health and Long Life: The Chinese Way brings together the wide variety of Chinese medical and spiritual methods in one integrated volume. It provides not only a basic description, but also discusses the relationship of Chinese healing to contemporary Western science and religious Daoism. The book begins with a survey of the basic concepts of Chinese medicine, followed by a presentation of clinical and contemporary practices in various countries. A third part deals with ways of balancing qi, such as Fengshui, diets and sexual practices, while the last section presents a well-informed discussion of self-cultivation methods. Easy to read, with numerous charts and illustrations, and enriched by exercises that encourage readers to examine their own practices and attitudes, Health and Long Life is a great resource for anyone interested in Chinese healing. Book jacket.
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Science And The Dao

Author : Livia Kohn
ISBN : 9781931483322
Genre : Religion
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Presents a comprehensive examination of core Daoist facets from the point of view of modern science. Exploring its cosmology, physiology, psychology, cultivation, and visions of immortality in the light of astrophysics, particle physics, paleoanthropology, behavioural kinesiology, cell biology, and more, the book enhances the credibility of traditional Daoist ideas and practices.
Category: Religion