Practicing Qi Gong is a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Learn Shaking Body Like a Tree as one of Qi Gong practice: Come on your toes Land down and feel the ground with your feet Your feet sink Your shoulders sink Your chest sinks Ground Qi from your tail bone all the way to the ground First put your hands around bally bottom and feel Qi And now let your stomach sink too Feel it and now let your neck head rise, without pulling shoulders up. You can tack slightly chin in. Everything sunk, but head and head pulls up towards heaven And… Read More

How to Love

Compassion The second element of true love is compassion. Compassion is the capacity to understand the suffering in oneself and in the other person. If you understand your own suffering, you can help him to understand his suffering. Understanding suffering brings compassion and relief. You can transform your own suffering and help transform the suffering of the other person  with the practice of mindfulness and looking deeply. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh, How to Love

Can anybody help me?

I have made commitment to study The Book of Changes, or Yi Ching in depth, and so Chinese Medicine. I had first introduction class. Teacher requires to make notes and I have decided to try to have them (notes) as small blog posts. I have dyslexia and I cannot write or make notes, it just confuses me. But I can type. And If I can keep up with blog notes, I will have them as great reference pages, I can always turn to. It’s just a matter of finding type, which is… Read More

Bagua – Eight Symbols

I have made commitment to study The Book of Changes, or Yi Ching in depth, and so Chinese medicine. I had first introduction class. Teacher requires to make notes and I have decided  to try to have them (notes) as small blog posts. I have dyslexia and I cannot write or make notes, it just confuses me. But I can type. …and if I can keep up with blog notes, I will have them as great reference pages I can always turn to. Its just a matter of finding time to type, which… Read More

How to Love

The Four Elements of Love True love is made of four elements: loving kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. In Sanskrit, these are: maitri (metta), karuna, mudita and upeksha. If your love contains these elements,  it will be healing and transforming, and it will have the element of holiness in it. True love has the power to heal and transform any situation and bring deep meaning to our lives.  ~ Thich Nhat Hanh