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Said: Proust

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”

Faces of Qi

It’s easy to become confused about qi if you don’t have any experience with the Chinese language.

Spiritual Progress

To make certain types of spiritual progress we have to fool the demons, divert the mischevious elementals. There are many ways to do this. One of the best, if you wish to empty the mind of thoughts, it to fill…

Qigong Meditation

This is a nice meditation/Qigong book that concentrates on what many people think is a key Qigong exercise, the circulation of the Microcosmic Orbit. Meditation in the Qigong sense is a little different than pure religious meditation which might be…

Swim like a Dragon

The Swimming Dragon is a great way to learn a basic and simple Qigong. Essentially all you do is clap yor hands together and then move in the manner of a dragon swimming through the stratosphere. Great fun and enlivening…

Bigfoot and QG

There’s a great scene in Close Encounters that perfectly shows the dangers of speaking out loud about the fringes of normal reality.

A Course in Chinese Astrology

Click here to see the new Chinese Astrology course held by Narrye Caldwell L.Ac. February to March of 2011. CEU’s available.

Year of the Metal Rabbit, 2011 | JOURNEYS

Here we have it, the path ahead  for the uphopping Year of the Rabbit. Learn when to jump into those boltholes and when to raise your head and look around for predators or some juicy lettuce … All supplied by…

Read: Rigid

“Rigidity of the ego-shell is one of the malformations of the afflicted I; the opposite one is that often with no protective shell whatever. If in the former case the “vessel of life” is too tight, in the latter no…

Life Purpose

“A person’s life purpose is nothing more than to rediscover, through the detours of art, or love, or passionate work, those one or two images in the presence of which his or her heart first opened.” Albert Camus

Said Meredith

Dirge in Woods A wind sways the pines, And below Not a breath of wild air; Still as the mosses that glow On the flooring and over the lines Of the roots here and there. The pine-tree drops its dead;…