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Taoist Longevity Breathing – Part 2

In a world dominated by computers and increasingly more techno inventions, we find ourselves constantly “on”. The thinking process goes into overdrive and affects the body’s delicate nervous system which can result in destroying the potential for living a healthy and whole life. Wisdom that comes from the ancient Taoist culture tells us that being deeply quiet, in the midst of disorder or chaos, can reveal the nature of healing for mind and body. This energetic space allows us to breath and experience freedom.

Breath awareness makes it possible to fundamentally change inefficient breathing patterns, which then increases the ability to feel inside and the efficiency of our internal systems. Everyone is capable of learning to observe their own breathing pattern, and in time, a deeper awareness and greater sensitivity can be developed along with the skill and patience to transform energy and realize change. Since all the body’s functions synchronize with the breath, this change will become apparent on multiple levels and will eventually affect the physiological functioning of the body.

On Oct. 6th. we will continue the next part of the Taoist Longevity Breathing practice. This class will be taught on two levels for new and experienced students. New students are invited to participate since I will be reviewing step by step the first part of the process. Professional healers who need to maintain and protect their energy when treating multiple clients can also benefit in their healing practices, as well as on a personal level.

This Sunday session will introduce how to breath into the lower, middle and upper back. I will explain how this process dramatically increases the capacity for health benefits and longevity. Breath is the bridge connecting directly to Qi. One of the key differences between Nei Gong and Qigong is that Qigong uses the breathing process to indirectly connect to the Qi; whereas, Nei Gong directly uses the mind and highly efficient breathing to connect to Qi anywhere inside or outside of ourselves. These practices and skills exponentially expand the ability to navigate inside oneself to discover blockages and places of deficiencies that do not allow a clear path to whole health or global consciousness.

Nei Gong energetic components that will be discussed within the breathing process: dissolving sinking Meditation Space is limited so pre-registration is required

When: Sunday, Oct. 6th, 2019   Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Where: 2214 Harden Circle, Hendersonville, NC 28739 Registration Contact: Frank Iborra – 954-815-1235 – Miki Iborra – 954-721-7252

Cost:    $40.00 per person $60.00 per couple $25.00 students of Daoist Traditions College Payment options:  cash, check, visa, mastercard, discover, amex

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