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Clearing the Confusion Over Fusion Since Mantak Chia¹s book on Fusion of the Five Elements was published 15 years ago, there has been a lot of confusion over the Healing Tao practice of Fusion..
{written by : Micheal Winn}

The Tao of Cultivating Sexual Energy Sexuality is a universal way for people to quickly access their chi flow. The ancient Taoists developed many different methods to tap the enormous power of sexual energy in order to direct it towards creating better physical health, a greater sense of vitaliity and zest for life,..
{written by : Micheal Winn}

The Gentle, Easy Way to Pack Your Iron Shirt Of all the chi cultivation methods taught in the Healing Tao, the Iron Shirt packing technique is the one most often abused -- with potentially dangerous side effects. At summer retreats, nothing pains me more than to watch students packing their breath in Embrace the Tree posture.
{written by : Micheal Winn}

Daoist Internal Alchemy: Alchemy Formulas, Qi Field & Language Theory When I was first initiated into daoist qigong and internal alchemy (nei dan) practice twenty years ago, I began having exciting and profound experiences. Mysterious hidden inner worlds were suddenly revealed to me.
{written by : Michael Winn}

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5 Days in a Huashan Cave - Part 1 Why would anyone in their right mind choose to spend 5 days in a cold mountain cave without food or water? Short answer: Because the cave was on Mt. Huashan, the most famous Taoist sacred mountain in China.
{written by : Micheal Winn}

State of the Universe Address, Year of the Water Horse It¹s Chinese New Year, the second new moon after the Winter Solstice, Year of the Water Horse. It begins early Tuesday morning (EST), Feb. 12, 2002. My physical body is only a tiny speck in the universe, how can it grasp what is really going on...
{written by : Micheal Winn}

How the Alchemist Shapes the Qi Field The patterns of qi flow or "wave forms" vibrating between the continuum of shen and jing (intelligence-matter) constitute the deep grammar of this universal language. This qi wave language is how the infinite field of spirit/intelligence talks to the finite bodies/particles formed by essence (jing).
{written by : Micheal Winn}

Daoist Internal Alchemy: Computer Language vs. Alchemical Language How does the language of alchemical patterns, structured as a series of formulas or evolutionary stages, allow one to communicate with Nature's intelligence? It might be useful to first consider a more familiar artificial language, that of software programming.
{written by : Micheal Winn}

Yuan Qi and the Problem of Communication with Later Heaven The process of stepping down of Early Heaven qi into the third heaven, Later Heaven (hou tian), is described by Lao Tzu as giving birth to "the ten thousand things". Later Heaven includes the planet Earth on which humans live.
{written by : Micheal Winn}

The Cauldron as Portal for Communicating with Original Qi The central purpose of nei dan is to regrow the spark of Original Energy (yuan qi) that is buried deep within each human being. If this tiny but powerful spark of original qi can be birthed into consciousness on Earth..
{written by : Micheal Winn}

Alchemists, Shamans, Mediums & the Empty Mind State Yuan qi is not a substance or a thing, although it generates and dissolves both. When any yin-yang field is reversed and held in a steady balanced waveform, yuan qi arises and physical reality appears to dissolve or at least lose some of its density.
{written by : Micheal Winn}

5 Days in a Huashan Cave - Part 2 Why would anyone in their right mind choose to spend 5 days in a cold mountain cave without food or water? Short answer: Because the cave was on Mt. Huashan, the most famous Taoist sacred mountain in China.
{written by : Micheal Winn}

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