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It is easily accessible even as it explains the complex original meanings of This is a remarkably interesting book by a remarkable master of many Chinese arts. It is easily accessible even as it explains the complex original meanings of symbols and reveals the Qigong way of thinking, feeling, and moving through life. It explores the art of drinking tea, the I Ching, Taoist numerology and cosmology, and much more. Usually, I tell people to avoid books on Qigong, as you cannot learn the art from them. Masterfully described in this book, the wisdom tradition of Chinese shamanism is the source code of all classical Daoist and Confucian cultures. Wu teaches us that the original purpose of Qigong was to model a harmonious way of life by connecting with universal energy while simultaneously pointing to the possibility of spiritual cultivation.

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Trade paperback book ISBN Lineage holder Master Zhongxian Wu uses story-telling and a wealth of practical examples to introduce this powerful movement Qigong form, which combines the traditions of ancient shamanism, Confucianism, Daoism, classical Chinese medicine, and the martial arts.

Vital Breath of the Dao is a fully illustrated guide to the historical background, practical application, underlying principles and techniques of Qigong, a way of physical and spiritual cultivation, and a way of life. Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong is a uniquely potent practice designed to bolster health and deepen spiritual connection to universal energy. Lineage holder Master Zhongxian Wu uses story-telling and a wealth of practical examples to introduce this powerful movement Qigong form, which combines the traditions of ancient shamanism, Confucianism, Daoism, classical Chinese medicine, and the martial arts.

An excellent introduction for Qigong beginners, the book will also be of interest to experienced practitioners, students of classical Chinese Medicine and anyone interested in Classical Chinese culture and anthropology. About the author: Master Zhingxian Wu, a lifelong Daoist practitioner, is the lineage holder of four different schools of Qigiong and martial Arts. Since , Master Wu has instructed thousands of students, both Eastern and Western, in his unique and professionally designed courses and training programs.

He has authored 12 books five in Chinese on Chinese wisdom traditions. Along with his wife, Dr. He presents this material in a timeless way that engenders open awareness and ease of being in the reader. I recommend this book to all practitioners who have a serious interest in the deepest traditions of Chinese Medicine.

This sort of knowledge and understanding is rare nowadays, even among Chinese masters. The book weaves a fabric rich in traditional stories, concepts, and terms, applied in a variegated pattern to the complexities of modern life.

It would take the journey of a lifetime in China to find such teachings and sincerity. For Westerners interested in this fascinating healing art, it opens a window into the little-known Shamanic roots of Qigong.

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Reviews 0 Description Vital Breath of the Dao is a fully illustrated guide to the historical background, practical application, underlying principles and techniques of Qigong, a way of physical and spiritual cultivation, and a way of life. Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong is a uniquely potent practice designed to bolster health and deepen spiritual connection to universal energy. Lineage holder Master Zhongxian Wu uses story-telling and a wealth of practical examples to introduce this powerful movement Qigong form from the Mt. Emei tradition , which combines the traditions of ancient shamanism, Confucianism, Daoism, classical Chinese medicine, and the martial arts. An excellent introduction for Qigong beginners, the book will also be of interest to experienced practitioners, students of classical Chinese medicine and anyone interested in classical Chinese culture and anthropology.

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He presents this material in a timeless way that engenders open awareness and ease of being in the reader. Over a cup of tea, we are led to taste the fruits of the practice so reverently offered to us. Master Wu is generous to create an elaborate context through the language of Classical Chinese Medicine as an initiation for us into the heart of teachings that too often remain hidden from the student. I recommend this book to all practitioners who have a serious interest in the deeper traditions of Chinese Medicine.

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