Dahnhak Kigong: Using Your Body to Enlighten Your Mind

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Dahnhak Kigong is an ideal combination of physical and mental training formulated by Ilchi Lee on his journey to enlightenment. Lee created each movement of Dahnhak Kigong while in a deep meditative state. Dahnhak Kigong is a training method that maximizes the potential of body and mind by gathering and using Ki energy, the ultimate life force of the universe.

This practice uses a combination of concentration exercises and Kigong movements. Through them you will discover the ...

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Overview

Dahnhak Kigong is an ideal combination of physical and mental training formulated by Ilchi Lee on his journey to enlightenment. Lee created each movement of Dahnhak Kigong while in a deep meditative state. Dahnhak Kigong is a training method that maximizes the potential of body and mind by gathering and using Ki energy, the ultimate life force of the universe.

This practice uses a combination of concentration exercises and Kigong movements. Through them you will discover the original natural rhythm and order of life, and achieve balance by reawakening Ki energy sensations in your body. You can feel their gentle power and innate serenity through this practice.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935127505
  • Publisher: Best Life Media
  • Publication date: 4/1/2012
  • Edition description: Illustrate
  • Pages: 159
  • Sales rank: 1,467,325
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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Differences between Dahnhak Ki-gong and Chinese Qigong
Chinese Qigong developed through focusing on techniques: into health Qigong for health, longevity, and immortality, and martial Qigong for self-defense and controlling an opponent. Stressing the technical aspects of these arts has led Chinese Qigong to achieve brilliant growth in the field of medical Qigong, but the philosophy contained in these systems has faded by comparison. The difference between Chinese Qigong and Dahnhak Ki-gong, in short, is the difference between Taoist techniques and the Way.
Dahnhak Ki-gong has developed into a modern, scientific system the philosophy and difficult training methods of Shin-seon-do, the lineage of which had been broken in the past. The fundamental goal of Dahnhak Ki-gong goes beyond training body and mind to awaken us to the true purpose and truths of our lives as human beings and to manifest this purpose in the world.
When we awaken to the living energy within ourselves and achieve harmony of body and mind, our efforts to put these principles into practice and live in harmony with the world are supported. Only then is the true consummation of Dahnhak Ki-gong really achieved.
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