Qigong Meditation Small Circulation


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About the Author 




Chapter 1. General Concepts


1-2. What is Qi and What is Qigong?

1-3. Categories of Qigong

1-4. Theory of Yin and Yang, Kan and Li

1-5. Qigong and Health

1-6. Qigong and Longevity

1-7. Qigong and Spiritual Enlightenment

1-8. Buddhist and Daoist Qigong Concepts

1-9. Importance of Qigong Study to the Human Race

1-10. About this Book

Chapter 2. Theoretical Foundations

2-1. Introduction

2-2. Qi Vessels and Channels

2-3. Human Qigong Science

2-4. Meaning and Purpose of Meditation

2-5. Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing Qigong

2-6. What is Small Circulation?

2-7. What is Grand Circulation?

2-8. What is Enlightenment Meditation?


Chapter 3. Four Refinements

3-1. Introduction

3-2. Refine the Essence and Convert It into Qi

3-3. Purify Qi and Convert It into Spirit

3-4. Refine Spirit and Return It to Nothingness

3-5. Crush the Nothingness

Chapter 4. Five Regulatings

4-1. Introduction

4-2. Regulating the Body (Tiao Shen)

4-3. Regulating the Breathing (Tiao Xi)

4-4. Regulating the Mind (Tiao Xin)

4-5. Regulating the Qi (Tiao Qi)

4-6. Regulating the Spirit (Tiao Shen)


Chapter 5. Theoretical Root of Small Circulation Meditation

5-1. Introduction

5-2. Small Circulation—Past and Present

5-3. Small Circulation and Qi Network

5-4. Theory of Small Circulation Meditation

5-5. Three Gates

5-6. Different Paths of Small Circulation

5-7. Tang Dynasty Internal Elixir Meditation Illustration

Chapter 6. Embryonic Breathing

6-1. Introduction

6-2. Theory of Embryonic Breathing

6-3. Method of Embryonic Breathing

Chapter 7. Important Points in Meditation

7-1. Introduction

7-2. Preparations

7-3. Meditation Place

7-4. Best time for Meditation

7-5. Meditation Orientation

7-6. Common Experiences for Qigong Beginners

7-7. Common Sensations in Still Meditation

7-8. Deviations and Corrections

7-9. Twenty-Four Rules for Qigong Practice

Chapter 8. Small Circulation Meditation Practice

8-1. Introduction

8-2. Regulating the Body

8-3. Regulating the Breathing

8-4. Regulating the Emotional Mind

8-5. Regulating the Qi

8-6. Regulating the Spirit

8-7. Regulating the Essence

8-8. Recovery from the Meditative State

8-9. Meditation and Healing


Chapter 9. Questions and Possible Human Future

Chapter 10. Conclusion

Appendix A. Translation and Glossary of Chinese Terms


About the Author

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming is a world-renowned author, scholar, and teacher of qigong and Chinese martial arts. He has been involved in martial arts since 1961 and maintains over 55 schools in 18 countries. Dr. Yang’s writing and teaching include the subjects of qigong, kung fu, tai chi chuan, massage, and meditation. He is the author of over 35 books and 80 videos. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches and resides at his YMAA Retreat Center in Arcada, California.

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