Category Archives: Yoga and Meditations:Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, Tibetan,

TCM points in relation to Kundalini Yoga and Ayurveda medicine.

Image is a synopsis of a kundalini method with TCM points added. Inspired from India Guru Sri Mataji’s Sahaja Yoga Kundalini meditation which is much more longer and complex. This yoga is instructed to be free, we cannot charge money … Continue reading

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2015 Year of the Sheep- Feng shuai meditation. Colors Red, Blue, Yellow.

Year of the Sheep- Feng shuai meditation.* *excerpts from the chapter on Year of Sheep from the book- “Universal law of cosmic cycles” – by Robert A. Ferguson This is the year to work with color and vibration to set … Continue reading

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Winter meditation: Zhine “Calm Abiding”

*If you have a color printer just print out the “Ah” and put it on a stick and go to meditation. It should be at the level of your neck when sitting so you are gazing slightly downward. Zhine is … Continue reading

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Esoteric and Advanced meditations practices: General overview.

Note: I CHOSE TO TEACH MEDITATION IN A NON-RELIGIOUS WAY NOR DO I TRY TO CHANGE YOUR BELIEF SYSTEM. MEDITATION IS STIMULATING TO YOUR OVERALL MENTAL HEALTH, AWARENESS, CONSCIOUSNESS, AND SPIRIT. 4 trainings of spiritual cultivation: Spheres: If you are … Continue reading

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I-Ching Hexagrams in Tai Chi Chuan book- deciphered

Softly, softly: Tai chi chuan (Taijiquan), book by Robert W. Smith has several Hexagrams on opening page, that I felt like Cheng Man Ching and Robert W. Smith were trying to communicate to folks, maybe something to do about their … Continue reading

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