Posts Tagged ‘Qi’

The Tao of Qi

The Zhuangzi says, “Pure spirit reaches in the four directions, flows now this way, now that: there is no place it does not extend to. Above, it brushes the sky; below, it coils on the earth. It transforms and nurses the myriad things, but no one can make out its form. It is one with heaven” The Yin of Mind is a flowing of Pure Qi in the vast Unknown Quantum of Voidness; the Yang aspect is the outflowing of this voidness manifested as limitless vacillations that is shaped and supported Read more [...]

Mystagogia

Mystagogia: entering deeply into the further mysteries In preparation for composing the Tathagatagarbhatārā Tantra there was much quality time spent in daily Dhyani Buddha meditations; in particular with the early morning Akṣhobhya Buddha Dharani and additional refrain of the mantra, OṀ Akṣhobhya HŪṀ. I remember Tozen once sharing how the Dhyani Buddhas inspirited him in the development of his Dharmakaya Sutra; the same occurred for me—in particular with Akṣhobhya Buddha. Spending Read more [...]

Primordial Qigong in Light of the Unborn: Bardo 1, Part 6

The body and its consciousness is a vehicle (awareness mechanism) wherein [in Bardo Realm One] the awareness principle slowly comes to self-realization—like a pearl of great price embedded in its shell beneath the heavy-pressurized environment-matrix of the oceanic depths of samsara. In its early-stages the shell is moist and somewhat malleable but as the decades roll-on it becomes hardened and is in need of constant maintenance. Primordial Qigong is a modality that oils and lubricates the Read more [...]
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