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Natural Chi Movement: Accessing the World of the Miraculousby Tienko Ting
Synopses & Reviews
The modern world is largely focused on the physical—on the appetites and senses, on doing and having—which can blind us to the spiritual realm. In Natural Chi Movement, Tienko Ting articulates a theory of life that unites the physical and spiritual worlds. He suggests there is nothing to learn or master; each of us—and every living thing—is a product of the merging of physical and spiritual energy, already endowed with the capacity to thrive and heal. Activation of our chi is the component to wellness that most of us have been missing. It is the essence of the practice of Natural Chi Movement.
Natural Chi Movement guides modern seekers in embracing their spiritual nature and accessing the boundless potential of energy. Doing so, says Ting, can also help address global problems from health care to ecology. Featuring 23 illustrations, the book draws on Chinese history, philosophy, and medicine, as well as from the author’s own work with spiritual energy. Natural Chi Movement is an exploration into the nature of spiritual energy and how to access and use it for vibrant health and optimal well being. Written in a simple, lucid style, Natural Chi Movement sheds much-needed light on the nature of the energy that makes up all life, opening up a world of extraordinary healing for everyone.
"Developed by a chi master who teaches Natural Chi Movement workshops internationally, this innovative approach to body-mind health combats stress, fatigue, and illness with the simple activation of chi"--Provided by publisher.
About the Author
Tienko Ting is the originator of Natural Chi Movement, the simple practice of allowing the body to respond naturally and spontaneously to the flow of energy. Born in Taiwan, Ting studied chi-enhancing techniques before discovering the ancient form of chi activation he currently practices. This form extends back to Bodhidharma, the renowned thirteenth-century Zen master. Since 1990, Ting has led Natural Chi Movement workshops throughout the US, Europe, and Asia.
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