Secrets of Dragon Gate: Ancient Taoist Practices for Health, Wealth, and the Art ofSexual Yoga

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From simple breathing exercises that make you feel healthier and more alive to advanced sexual yoga, The Secrets of Dragon Gate is the key to your unique path to health, wealth, and spiritual fulfillment.

The Dragon Gate School is known for its singular combination of sexual yoga and dream yoga practices; mystical divination methods for choosing a wise and fruitful path; Chi-gung and martial arts practices for health and longevity; and profound philosophy, based on the I Ching ...

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Secrets of Dragon Gate: Ancient Taoist Practices for Health, Wealth, and the Art ofSexual Yoga

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Overview

From simple breathing exercises that make you feel healthier and more alive to advanced sexual yoga, The Secrets of Dragon Gate is the key to your unique path to health, wealth, and spiritual fulfillment.

The Dragon Gate School is known for its singular combination of sexual yoga and dream yoga practices; mystical divination methods for choosing a wise and fruitful path; Chi-gung and martial arts practices for health and longevity; and profound philosophy, based on the I Ching (Book of Changes) and the five elements, that provides a deep insight into the nature of reality.

Incorporate the mysterious and ancient wisdom of the Dragon Gate School of Taoism into your daily life, and find answers to the question of how to live a long, prosperous, and happy life.

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Liu, 14th Master of the Dragon Gate School of Taoism, and filmmaker Blank (Anarchy TV) here offer a guide to one of the lesser-known and more esoteric spiritual traditions: the Dragon Gate School of Taoism, which fuses elements of yoga, Buddhism, and Confucianism, helping users to apply martial arts, chi-gung, and meditation for improved wealth, health, and sexuality. VERDICT An eye-opener for most Westerners, this book reveals a hidden tradition of Eastern spirituality and will be welcomed by many spiritual readers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585428434
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/3/2011
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 1,001,431
  • Product dimensions: 5.51 (w) x 8.23 (h) x 0.62 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Steven Liu was born in Taiwan in 1959 to a family deeply devoted to the principles of Taoism. Dr. Liu studied Taoist chi gung, healing, and martial arts meditation. In his 20s, he met White Crane, the thirteenth Master of the Dragon Gate school of Taoism—centered on inducing the spontaneous and free flow of chi and the development of numerous Taoist art forms including meditation, martial arts, dream yoga, feng shui and the 5 Taoist Arts. Dr. Liu studied with Master White Crane for many years, passing through a series of rigorous trials to become the 14th generation master of the system.
Jonathan Blank is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, high-tech entrepreneur and martial artist with over 25 years experience studying numerous martial art forms and the eastern philosophy upon which they are based. In 1996 Jonathan met Dr. Liu and has been studying Dragon Gate Taoism from him ever since. He also currently serves as the Western Liaison for the Shaolin Temple in Los Angeles. Among Jonathan’s critically acclaimed films (as writer, producer, director) are Sex, Drugs & Democracy ("Enthralling… a seductive argument." – Roger Ebert), Anarchy TV ("A wild, crazy and twisted comedy!" – Jan Wahl KRON-TV), and Collecting America (3½ Stars… Fascinating” – NY Newsday(. Jonathan has also written numerous screenplays and articles.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2014

    Excellennt

    This is the only modern and authentic manual on Taoism that I have found. Well worth owning.

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