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  1. Yubu to Bugang

    first off, i am a backwoods hillbilly lacking education in daoist terminology or chinese language. and my communication skill needs refined. as a player of baguazhang ive come across some interesting tidbits of historical footnotes. ive also experienced some interesting energetics playing along. a few years back i was introduced to a practice set called nine palace stepping to increase internal power, develop latent abilities, and special abilities. nine palace stepping also goes by other names; piercing the nine palaces and flying through the nine palaces are a couple. i suspect there are other names and variations of the stepping, painting, or flying. my purpose for starting this thread is to open up a conversation with a focus on these energetic pathways amongst bums. may your flights through the heavens lead you to peace and everlasting health /\ /\
  2. Taoist Kunlun Mountain School, Dayan Wild Goose Qigong One of the most famous qigong schools in modern times is the Taoist Kunlun mountain school of Dayan Wild Goose Qigong. Dayan Qigong began to be developed in the Kunlun Shan mountains which are to the west of China and north of Tibet, during the Jin Dynasty 1800 years ago. Since Kunlun Shan is traditionally a place of great spiritual power, the inhabitants of the Kunlun mountain range were Daoist monks, and they shared Kunlun Shan with the Bar Headed Wild Geese, which are also spiritual symbols and birds of great ability and longevity. The monks would observe how the birds moved, lived, rested, recuperated, etc. and they began developing exercises and movements based on how the bar headed geese behaved. The monks combined their knowledge of Chinese medical principles and spiritual meditation with the bird's natural movements to create an extremely powerful, graceful, and natural system of healing and exercise. The wild goose system was inherited by the 27th lineage holder Grandmaster Yang Meijun who began learning at 13 years of age, from her Grandfather who had learned it from a Taoist monk from Kunlun mountains. Info on Kunlun Shan mountain range, including some of the largest mountains in the world Kunlun Mountains - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dayan Wild Goose Qigong was kept secret, taught only from teacher to disciple once per generation. The 27th generation lineage holder was Grandmaster Yang Meijun. Her life was legenary, she lived in a very difficult and dangerous China, and yet still lived to be 108. She could see a person's Qi, and she could emit 5 types of flower fragrance energy. She could easily emit energy to make a person shake. She could see and receive messages and read thoughts from a long ways away, as her sky-eye (3rd eye), and sky-door (at the top of the head) were opened due to practicing every night with her grandfather at 3:00 am. One time, I think during war, she was buried alive by soldiers. She used her abiltiy to use very little oxygen and to breath through her skin and pores. They thought she was dead, so they buried her alive rather than kill her. When they left she was able to dig her way out. After the cultural revolution Grandmaster Yang Meijun decided it was the right time to make Wild Goose Qigong known to the world, and she began to open up and teach publicly. Some information about this school.- http://www.qimagazin...ayanqigong.html More- Possible Society of California http://sevenstarswil...goosesystem.htm http://www.norwichwi....uk/qigong.html http://users.erols.c.../wildgoose.html Youtube clips of the cultivation forms and exercises- Wild Goose form 1, 64 post natal qigong movements- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2uP4rxfc1M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9f0z10Z_538&feature=channel_video_title Wild Goose 2, 64 pre-natal qigong movements- Wild Goose patting and cupping meridians qigong- Wild Goose Kunlun Bagua Qigong- Wild Goose Spiral Qigong and development of refined dan or inner elixer energy- YouTube - Wild Goose Qigong 4 DVD Preview Wild Goose Soft Palm Qigong- YouTube - Wild Goose Qigong 5 DVD Preview Wild Goose Back stretching- Wild Goose 5 elements, 8 bagua steps, and 7 star big dipper long distance vision Dan qigong- Wild Goose Fragrance Qigong YouTube - Wild Goose Qigong 9 Full Youtube videos Here is the complete set of the first 64 movements, developing the post-natal Qi- or another version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRM1SQczf_I The second 64 movements, developing the original pre-natal Qi- or another version Dvd of the first couple sets Dayan Qigong, a popular Chinese qigong, belonging to Kunlun school in Taoism. It is so cool how these are movements of developing energy, and cultivating the bodies functions and systems, based on the movements of the Bar Headed Goose. The Bar Headed goose is a very special bird. It is a symbol of lengevity. It can fly higher than any other bird I know of, and travel over 1000 miles in a day. The Bar Headed goose has been seen flying over Mt. Everest. The ancient Taoists of Kunlun Shan knew the special significance of these birds, and mimicked the methods of energy development that the birds performed naturally and instictively. Some people may not be aware that animals naturally and instinctively are practicing Qigong all the time. it is only humans that need to learn, or re-learn, how to do it. Animals are already in tune with nature in their proper way. They can posses fierceness and strength to do things humans just can't. This is primarily due to their use of universal life energy from the universe. They know what to do and when, and they are aware of many things. They naturally open, close, and connect their acupuncture points in the way they move and the positions they sleep in for example. Video about the Bar Headed Goose- http://videos.howstu...goose-video.htm Kunlun Mountains- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKJ68Bpe8i0