Religious practice in ancient China dates back over 7,000 years. Long before the Confucius, Lao Zi and the Buddha got accepted and developed philosophical and spiritual teachings, the people believed, developed and worshiped personifications of nature and concepts like “wealth” or “fortune” which eventually developed into a religion. Such thoughts and beliefs still influence religious […]
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Bonnie McLean practices Chinese medicine. She and her colleagues condone interdisciplinary healing which she concludes makes them an integrative team. She believes that because they sometimes refer patients to medical practitioners like psychiatrists their services are complementary.
Have you ever heard of the mysterious energy called chi? Perhaps you have watched with awe as the Shaolin monks perform almost superhuman feats of physical prowess on their Wheel of Life tour. Maybe you could even liken the monks to the Jedi Knights who were able to master a mysterious universal Force in George […]
Daniel Lally, who found connections between ancient mythology, astrology and tai chi in order to heal himself, offers some insights as to how you can repair yourself by re-membering disjointed parts of your self.
Most nights in the winter of 1999, after teaching a tai chi or yoga class, I’d lean against the rail on the porch of my old log cabin and watch Orion drift across the southern sky of Kentucky, and I’d look for the constellations that I knew, breathing in the cool night air. One such […]
What is “ascension”? According to Steve Nobel, it’s the process of personal awakening through which you embody more of your Divine light in physical form.