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Swimming Dragon Chi Kung, Volumes I & II


The Swimming Dragon Chi Kung is often attributed to the Yellow Emperor, Huang Di, whose discourse on natural health and healing, "Neijing Suwen," or more commonly referred to as the "Medical Classic of the Yellow Emperor," serves, to this day, as the foundational, written knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This series teaches Moving, Sitting, Standing, and Sound Meditation which takes their cues from the shapes of the Five Elemental Phases which are based on the Generative Order as follows: Wood fuels Fire, Fire ignites Earth, Earth bears Metal, Metal can be transformed into a liquid, or Water. Some practitioners claim by practicing all five elements of the moving meditation, they have strengthened their lower back and hips. Easy to follow. 100 minutes


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Swimming Dragon Chi Kung, Volumes I & II  Gerald Sharp

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