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Taoist Inner Alchemy

Ancient Secrets for Modern Life

Integrating the mind, body and breath during explored Qigong, Tao Yin, Taoist Yoga, Meditation and Medical Qigong, this form of training allows the mind to let go of the physical holding, so that you can be fully present in the moment-by-moment experience of being alive. As your practice deepens you will learn about yourself by being present to the sensations, emotions and thoughts, and your body’s patterns of alignment, while restoring and revitalizing your life force energy.

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Daoist "inner landscape" diagram of the human body illustrating Neidan "Internal alchemy", Wu Xing, Yin and Yang, and Chinese mythology.

As we enter the twenty-first century, chronic health issues have become an increasing concern. This seems especially true for seniors who are experiencing these conditions and are seeking ways to prevent or treat their chronic health conditions and enhance their quality of life. While the preceding century saw much advancement in care and prevention, it, unfortunately, also saw a rise in stress and sedentary life style related ailments, including obesity, anxiety, hypertension, musculorskeletal impairments, bowel dysfunction, and many more. These later conditions have several factors in common: many can be prevented by life style changes and many are often quite resistant to conventional treatment once they have become chronic. Additionally, in many cases, conventional treatments appear to be associated with a significant incidence of side effects.

Because of these issues, health care trends in the twenty-first century are moving toward a willingness to try treatment approaches derived from cultures and philosophies which differ from those in western cultures. An example of this is the growing interest in western cultures in Chinese Tai Chi and other energy enhancing breathing exercises as tools useful in proactive health maintenance and treatment of chronic health impairments.

Consider this:

You go to a gym, and develop your biceps. That is a good thing. If you are currently doing this, keep up the good work. However, what the ancient masters found thousands of years ago in the East, is that you don't die of a bad biceps. You die of a heart attack. The eastern health arts focus on joint and organ strength, not just muscular strength. This had been researched and developed through what is called the 5-Element theory. Your organs are connected to meridians and vessels that circulate energy through out your body. Your level of health and vitality will be in direct proportion to your organ health and your circulation of energy. If you have ever seen 80 year old Yoga, Tai Chi, Kung Fu and Chi Gong masters move like a 30 years old, that is the reason why.

This program is not a pill, potion or lotion. This is 100% about you. This takes work. This takes action. This takes sweat. This takes commitment.

The Tao means a Path or WAY. This is not a religion. This is a way of behaving on a daily basis. This is how you get results. The information taught in this program was traditionally taught to disciples in the mountains of Asia. Normally a person would go and train with a Master for many months or years to learn this level of knowledge. In our day and age, this is almost impossible unless you are willing and able to leave your life, your family and business for a time being. That is unrealistic for most people. We are bringing the mountain to you! The climb is just as challenging and the results will be the same as long as you are willing to do the work.