Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong

The First 64 Movements

Author: Simon Blow

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Page: 232

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Da Yan - Wild Goose Qigong The 1st 64 movements Qigong is one of the great treasures of Chinese culture and an integral component of Chinese medical health systems. The art of Qigong consists primarily of meditation, relaxation, physical movement, mind-body integration and breathing exercises. It helps to cleanse the body of toxins, restores energy, reduces stress and anxiety and helps improve our quality of life. Da Yan translates to 'great bird' and is an ancient cultivation practice originating from the Jin Dynasty about 1700 years ago. Daoist Masters from the sacred Kunlun Mountains, in the Northern Himalayan area in south-west China, would observe the migrating geese which descended in the area each year. They would mimic the movements of these great birds and started developing the Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong system. Its healing and spiritual legacy was passed down through many generations; however Dayan Qigong was withheld from the general public until 1978. Then 27th lineage holder Grand Master Yang Mei Jung (1895-2002) decided to teach this ancient Qigong practice and share its healing benefits to improve the quality of life of all people. The 1st 64 movement set deals primary with the 'post-natal body' relating to the energy that one gathers after birth. The movements representing the flight of wild geese are slow, graceful movements and strong, quick movements designed to release stale Qi and to gather fresh Qi, helping to restore balance and stimulate the entire energy system of the body. Simon Blow is a 29th Generation of the Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong, an initiated student of the 28th lineage holder Grand Master Chen Chuan Gang, the eldest son of Grand Master Yang Mei Jung. Simon is a master teacher (Laoshi) and is the author of numerous books, DVDs and meditation CDs about the ancient Chinese healing arts. He has been initiated into Dragon Gate Daoism and given the name 'Xin Si' meaning 'genuine wisdom' and is also a Standing Council member of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong, Beijing, China. 'This is the best version in English on Wild Goose Qigong I have ever seen. I hope all practitioners read it carefully.' Grand Master Chen Chuan Gang 'I feel strong, calm and balanced after practice. It takes me quietly through busy days, helps me to sleep and according to my husband, I 'glow' with energy post-practice.' Joy

Wild Goose Qigong - An Internal Art

Author: David Deich

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Page: 648

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Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong is one of the premier healing systems in China, with its origins in the 4th century CE. It is one of the oldest documented systems, including both meditation and movement forms as well as healing and martial applications. Wild Goose is an Internal Art. This means that the energy generation methods used for healing, martial and even basic movement are radically different than what most people are used to in an "exercise" program. Internal energy supercharges the Wild Goose applications.This volume contains the principles that make the internal arts work. It provides everything from philosophy to the practice methods- guiding you step by step as you are introduced to the Wild Goose system.As a branch of Classical Chinese Medicine, qigong provides a practical method of relieving stress and balancing your body's energy systems to improve your health. If you are a "seeker", this art should resonate with you. (This volume supersedes the previous Wild Goose books by David Deich and Shane Lear)

Wild Goose Qigong

1st 64 Movements

Author: Michael Tse

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Category: Qi gong

Page: 213

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Wild Goose Qigong

2nd 64 Movements

Author: Michael Tse

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Category: Qi gong

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Wild Goose Qigong

(dayan Qigong)

Author: Meijun Yang

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Category: Qi gong

Page: 166

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Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong

1st 64 Movements

Author: Simon Blow

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`Da Yan translates to `great bird and is an ancient cultivation practice originating from the Jin Dynasty about 1700 years ago. Daoist Masters from the sacred Kunlun Mountains, in the Northern Himalayan area in south-west China, would observe the migrating geese which descended in this area each year. They would mimic the movements of these great birds and started to developed the Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong system. The 1st 64 movement set deals primary with the `post-natal body¿ relating to the energy that one gathers after birth. The movements representing the flight of wild geese are slow, graceful movements and strong, quick movements designed to release stale Qi and to gather fresh Qi, helping to restore balance and stimulate the entire energy system of the body.

Wild Goose Qigong

Natural Movement for Healthy Living

Author: Hong-Chao Zhang

Publisher: Ymaa Publications

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Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 105

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ild Goose Qigong covers the simple yet effective exercises that the Chinese Masters developed centuries ago to keep you young, beautiful and healthy.

Wild Goose System - Volume II

Meditation and Meridian Patting Forms

Author: David Deich

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Page: 134

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Hidden from the public for all but the last 35 years of its 1700 year history, the Wild Goose (Dayan) system has emerged as one of China's premier martial and healing arts. This volume covers three forms - Seated Meditation, Standing (Water & Fire) Meditation and Meridian Patting. Each form is valuable on its own; all three become potent energy superchargers when used in conjunction with the system's core forms, the 1st and 2nd 64.

Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong

27 Movement Rainy Day Practise

Author: Simon Blow

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The understanding of Qi and the development of Qi cultivation practices or what we call Qigong has a long and proud history in China. This body of knowledge has grown since ancient times from the indigenous people of China, evolving to become an art and science, and generating the foundation for other Daoist traditions. Healing arts that have originated from the Daoist tradition include Acupuncture, Acupressure Massage, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Feng Shui, Qigong and Taijiquan.Da Yan translates to 'great bird' and is an ancient cultivation practice originating from the Jin Dynasty about 1700 years ago. Daoist Masters from the sacred Kunlun Mountains, in the Northern Himalayan area in south-west China, would observe the migrating geese which descended in the area each year. They would mimic the movements of these great birds and started developing the Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong system.Its healing and spiritual legacy was passed down through many generations; however Da Yan Qigong was withheld from the general public until 1978. Then 27th lineage holder Grand Master Yang Mei Jung (1895-2002) decided to teach this ancient Qigong practice and share its healing benefits to improve the quality of life of all people.The Rainy Day Practise is a simplified form to practise indoor during rainy days or when we can't go outside and can be practised in a confinded space, approx 1.5m x 1.5m. The theory and healing benefits are based on the interpretation of the original 1st 64 movement set.

Wild Goose System - Volume IV

Healing Methods

Author: Arthur Deich

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Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 150

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This book takes you inside one of China's premier healing arts, the 1700 year old Wild Goose (Dayan) System. Here we explore the Traditional Chinese Medicine foundations of Wild Goose Qigong and Gong Fu forms. Forms are more than just postures and movement. They are based on energetic alignments and connections that both heal and provide martial power. Whether you are a Wild Goose practitioner or are studying another system, you will find valuable insights into how your healing qigong (and martial) forms work.

Wild Goose

Five Elements Qigong

Author: Gary Khor

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Category: Qi (Chinese philosophy)

Page: 68

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Qigong for Healing and Relaxation

Simple Techniques for Feeling Stronger, Healthier, and More Relaxed

Author: Michael Tse

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

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Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 144

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Qigong (pronounced "chee-gong") is a popular form of traditional Chinese exercise that uses the body's vital energy to make you stronger and healthier and live longer. In Qigong for Healing and Relaxation,world-renowned Qigong Master Michael Tse introduces a new series of easy Qigong movements. These movements, because of their simplified form, enables you to focus energy on a particular part of the body for healing and relaxation. This fully illustrated guide to better health is suitable for people new to Qigong as well as more experienced students.

Chinese Medical Qigong

Author: Tianjun Liu

Publisher: Singing Dragon

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 408

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Based on the latest edition of the approved textbook on Medical Qigong used in Chinese universities, this authoritative paperback edition has been completely revised and edited to meet the needs of western practitioners. The editors emphasize the practice of Qigong, and this section of the book has been revised and expanded; a wide range of Qigong forms are presented, taking full account of the history, correct practice, and development of Qigong. The section on the clinical applications of Qigong in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, with the recommended Qigong forms for treatment, and relevant references to the ancient texts has been substantially revised, and focuses on conditions more common in the West. The book also presents the newest research on Medical Qigong, including groundbreaking new discoveries about the physiological and psychological mechanisms. Omitted from this paperback edition are the extensive excerpts from the ancient texts, and the detailed history, more appropriate for academic study. This is an unparalleled resource for practitioners of Qigong and Chinese medicine, as well as medical students and other healthcare professionals seeking a better understanding of the theory, practice and beneficial health applications of Medical Qigong.

Primordial Qigong

Author: Donald Rubbo

Publisher: Donald & Cheryl Lynne Rubbo

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Category: Health & Fitness

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Restoring Natural Harmony

Chinese Medical Qigong

Author: Simon Blow

Publisher: Genuine Wisdom Centre

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Page: 152

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The Chinese healing arts have a long, proud history of over 5,000 years, and combines meditation, relaxation, physical movement, mind-body integration and breathing exercises to restore harmony to mind, body and spirit. Restoring Natural Harmony, Simon Blow shares the techniques and philosophies taught to him by Qigong Masters in the sacred mountains of China and at a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in Beijing. The books contain the 'why to' and how to' of this powerful technique, The book also contain inspiring stories of those who have transformed their lives by practising this ancient healing art. In Restoring Natural Harmony (Book No. 3) Simon explores Guigen Chinese Medical Qigong which encompasses the Daoist understanding of The Five Elements, the Yin/Yang theory and the fundamentals of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This practice will harmonise the organ meridians of the body and transform vital Qi energy to restore health, vitality and inner peace.

Wild Goose System

Volume 1 - 1st and 2nd 64 Action Forms

Author: David Deich

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Page: 248

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Hidden from the public for all but the last 30 years of its 1700 year history, the Wild Goose (Dayan) system has emerged as one of China's premier martial and healing arts. This volume covers the heart of the system - the first two 64 part qigong forms. These two amazing forms are the basis for all the martial and healing work contained in Wild Goose. If you are searching for an insightful guide into the Chinese internal arts, look no further. (3rd Edition)

Whole Person Self-Healing: A Science and Art

Author: Phillip Shinnick

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

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Category: Medical

Page: 300

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Whole Person Self Healing brings an interdisciplinary healing approach to relieve pain and suffering. The book covers different topics that introduce readers to alternative therapies that can help the healing processes in the body. These topics include an introduction to pulsed electromagnetic fields and their use in healing medicine, stable Bose-Einstein statistics, meditation techniques, scientific measurement of Qi energy and Qigong practice methods. The book also presents cases of family-based therapy and individuals recovering from painful injury. Whole Person Self Healing presents information based on physics research and subjective accounts of individuals. The book offers general readers, researchers and therapists a scientific perspective on the benefits of electromagnetic field therapy and meditation for healing the body.

The Key to the Qigong Meditation State

Rujing and Still Qigong

Author: Tianjun Liu

Publisher: Singing Dragon

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 272

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Exploring classic Qigong meditation from the perspective of modern psychology, parapsychology and cognitive science, Dr. Tianjun Liu defines the mental state of 'still' Qigong in new terms, identifying a specific mental state, Rujing. He examines the psychology of meditation, showing what happens, both mentally and physically, when a person is in a meditation state. Dr Liu shows how the mastery of Rujing is a fundamental skill vital to the practice of Qigong, and presents a new type of Qigong exercise which takes the achievement of Rujing as its primary goal. His scientific approach to meditation is a breakthrough in this area and will be of interest to practitioners of Qigong and related practices at any level, in addition to anyone with an academic interest in meditation.

Daoism Handbook

Author: Livia Kohn

Publisher: BRILL

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Category: Social Science

Page: 914

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This handbook provides key information on the Daoist tradition in an easily accessible yet highly readable format. It contains a coherent collection of thirty articles by major scholars in the field and presents the latest level of research available today. A highly useful resource for both scholars and students.