How to Sit, Stand and Lie Down in Chinese Qigong

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All of the traditional Chinese internal arts, whether Qigong, Tai Chi, Kung Fu, painting, music, or calligraphy, have a few … Read More

How to Start Your Training

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The scope of Chinese culture is so broad and inclusive; you might be wondering “Where do I start?” That’s a … Read More

Exporting Chinese Culture

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Generally speaking, the first part of any culture that gets exported is its products. It is pretty easy to understand … Read More

Finding Teachers in China

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Many people want to go study in China. We often get questions about how to do this. There are basically … Read More

The Height of Chinese Culture

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Traditional Chinese Culture reached its height during the Tang dynasty (618 – 907 CE). This was the golden age of … Read More

The Chinese Trinity

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Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism are the “Trinity” of Chinese belief systems. Of those, Daoism is considered the oldest, followed by … Read More

The Pinnacle of Chinese Civilization

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The pinnacle of Chinese culture and civilization is their method of self-cultivation. The purpose of this method, called Nei Dan or … Read More

Zhou Yi Can Tong Qi Book Review

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The Zhou Yi Can Tong Qi is one of the most important texts in the practice of Nei Dan, or … Read More

The True Tao is Silent

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Since we’re still human, we’ll use words.

Qian Gua: Strive for Self-improvement

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The Qian hexagram (the symbol of heaven) in I Ching demonstrates how a man succeeds through persistent hard work.

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