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Cultivating the Energy of Lifeby Hua-yang Liu
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A classic Chinese text on Taoist meditation, this work has inspired many Ch'i-kung (Qigong) techniques for attaining health, happiness, and long life. The book describes the use of meditation in circulating energy, the role of breath, and the conservation of procreative energy. It is one of the few Taoist treatises to describe the landmarks of spiritual development and document the process of spiritual development from start to finish. 112 pp.
The "Hui-ming-Ching", first published in 1794, is a classic Taoist manual concerned with the circulation of internal energy by means of meditation. This translation explains the Taoist methods of conserving and cultivating energy for the attainment of health, longevity and inner peace.
Here is the Hui-ming Ching, a classic Taoist manual on the circulation of internal energy by means of meditation and the inspiration for many techniques of Qigong. It is one of the few Taoist treatises to describe the landmarks of spiritual development and document the process of spiritual transformation from start to finish.
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