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  1. I was wondering if anybody is still practicing either of these systems and wouldn't mind highlighting the differences between them for me. I've been attracted to Kunlun for the "water path" description that Max has given it, he advertised it as a path to purify the body and kundalini from the top down as opposed to raising energy from the root up through Yogic practices The claim is that Jenny Lamb's spontaneous Yi Gong is identical to Max's central Kunlun method, and that Jenny provides more foundational Qi practices alongside her method to help with grounding and health, whereas Max's practice is coupled with other advanced practices to facilitate purification and awakening (Red Phoenix, Red Dragon, 5 Elements etc.) Any information would be helpful, thanks
  2. Greetings from the UK!

    Unfortunately I'm not a huge football fan, I'm more into pixelated games. Thank you though.
  3. Greetings from the UK!

    Thank you dawei, and thank you for the comedic welcome back too, glad to be back.
  4. Greetings from the UK!

    Hi!, My name is Jamie, I hail from the UK and hold a keen interest in all types of non-dual spirituality. I have been practising various forms of basic awareness and letting go meditations for only 3 or so years now and have achieved some quite nice results. The combination of meditations I practice eventually led to some form of incidental (though temporary) energy phenomena, and they seem to work nicely in supercharging my body whilst also keeping my mind in healthy check on a daily basis. I have only recently begun to study and explore the world of Daoist internal alchemy, the reports I'm finding regarding Flying Phoenix and some particular Bak Fu Pai systems have really perked my interest so I'm looking forwards to joining in and discovering as much as I can. Thank you, Jamie