Healing Meditation Retreat

Dao of Mind Control

Next Healing Meditation Retreat

Oct 22 – 4, 2017

This 2-week healing meditation retreat is divided in 2 parts. The first shares the fundamental Daoist Methods of internal practice (Nei Gong) that address and transform the energy hiding in all the organs and tissues of the body. Among those, some are designed to energize the organs and tissues (toning methods) and some others to remove stagnations (dispersing methods). The second part called “Developing your Full Human Potential” introduces one to the mind to open the 14 most powerful energy centers of the body. The technique is also called psycho-puncture and makes use of the Four Powers of Qi Gong: Body, Mind, Sound, and Soul Powers.

 

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Module B: DAO OF MIND CONTROL

Content

  • Warm-up Exercises
  • Basic Postures
  • Breathing Practices
  • Sound Practices
  • Visualization Practices
  • Reprogramming Practices
  • Stillness Practices

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Basics of Healing Meditations

A retreat during which we will share in details the fundamentals of self-healing meditations. This will include warm up exercises, the postures and mudras, breath work and the 4 various powers used in Qi Gong to activate your healing process.

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Cultivating Peace in Your Inner World

This meditation training leads you in the various layers and systems of your body-mind and teaches you how to dispel stagnant energies and to cultivate bright, vital and creative healing vibrations. You will learn the Golden Light Meditation through 5 channels and Healing Sounds Meditation.

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Developing your Full Human Potential

Here you are introduced to the practice of psycho-puncture. During this retreat you will be taught how to use the 4 powers of Qi Gong to open the Microcosmic Orbit on which reside the 14 most powerful energy centers (acupuncture points). In Chinese medicine those points are known to hide like a treasure your full physical, emotional, mental/spiritual potentials.

Location

Yangshuo, China

Yangshuo is popular among tourists for its karst peaks, rivers, caves, and temples as well as its laid back cafes and bars. As such, the city is visited by a large number of Chinese tourists and foreigners alike, and has a relatively big ex-pats community. Yangshuo is now a relatively large tourist town, different from most typical Chinese towns. It is relatively air and noise pollution free, (provided you get away from major roadways), very clean and does not usually suffer from endless massive traffic chaos. Instead, it harbours wonderful restaurants and shops, an almost unlimited number of hotels and hostels, and is fairly developed by mainland Chinese standards. Yangshuo is well-known amongst travellers in Southern China, and is a major stop on the trail of many independent travellers. The main reason people stop in the town is to explore the local countryside by bike, try their hand on the world class rock-climbing sites or take a bamboo raft down the river, viewing the famous ¥20 scene in the process. Source: Wikitravel

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Meditation & Qi Gong Package

$3510/4 weeks
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