Tai Chi Helps You Manage Your Weight

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art focusing on defense training and meditation. Today, it has cultivated a global following owing to its numerous health benefits,...

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Earthing earthing

Putting your body into direct contact with the earth, removing all barriers from your skin like shoes or clothes allowing it to touch the soil, sand or water helps to...

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Five Tips to Sink the Shoulders in Tai Chi

1. Tuck your hips and but don’t lean backwards. Maintain stable footwork. This will bring you lower body stability to relax your upper body and shoulders.

2. Breathe...

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The Yinyang Taiji Philosophy

In the west, we know a very popular symbol that we call Yin Yang. We say that it represents the balance of opposites like day and night. In fact, in China, they call it one...

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Tranquility daoism for dummies

Cultivating tranquility allows you to cultivate inner alchemy. The practice of tranquility is a simple but powerful Daoist practice. According to the Meriam Webster...

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Seasonal health and the natural way

The taste of food is an important part of eating. According to the five-element framework, food is categorized into five flavors.

The five flavors are pair with the five...
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The Daoist Doctor

One of the definitions of a doctor in the Miriam Webster dictionary is a learned or authoritative teacher. We are called Daoist doctors when we have mastered the practice...

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Thinking With Your Heart Part Three

The art of living a peaceful life is to learn what not to do. 

Throughout your life you accumulate experiences. Some of these experiences are easy and feel good while...

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We are what we eat qigong seaonal nutrition

We need food to live but often we don’t think about how this food nourishes our bodies and maintains our health. Some think they already know but it is said that you...

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Qigong Health Practices qigong
Living in  the natural way

In the Daoist philosophy living in accordance with the seasons is the first step in living in the Dao. This helps you stay in balance with...

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Thinking Through the Heart and Feeling Through the Mind part 2 daoism for dummies
The Monkey Mind and Not Doing
 
Imagine water dripping onto a rock. Years go by and it continues to drip a little bit at a time. Now imagine that you practice...
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Thinking Through the Heart and Feeling Through the Mind part 1 daoism for dummies

  In the west, we learn to think with our mind and feel with our hearts. In the Tao philosophy, you learn to think with your heart and feel with your mind. In...

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The Three Virtues of Daoism - Part 5 Daoism for Beginners daoism for dummies

The Three Virtues of Daoism is the foundational basis from which the Daoist student strives to uphold in everyday life.

Of course, we can’t always be all these...

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Taoism for Beginners part 4 - The Three Treasures daoism for dummies

In Daoist culture wellness is very important. Daoism can teach you how to live well and how to live long. Daoist medicine is the master of knowledge of human Qi. As a...

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