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Taoist Healing Imagery

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Seven advanced visualizations utilize ancient Taoist imagery to build self-awareness, unity of mind and body, and ultimately: enlightenment. While healing with imagery is relatively new to the West, its use in China dates back to Taoist texts from the 3rd century BCE. We learn that these healing techniques induce what modern brain researchers call an alpha-theta state, where the unconscious comes to consciousness, and the mind reaches a blissful clarity. They are rarely taught outside of China today. Ken Cohen ...
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Overview

Seven advanced visualizations utilize ancient Taoist imagery to build self-awareness, unity of mind and body, and ultimately: enlightenment. While healing with imagery is relatively new to the West, its use in China dates back to Taoist texts from the 3rd century BCE. We learn that these healing techniques induce what modern brain researchers call an alpha-theta state, where the unconscious comes to consciousness, and the mind reaches a blissful clarity. They are rarely taught outside of China today. Ken Cohen (author of Chi Kung Meditations) gives exact instructions on correct postures, breathing, attunement to nature, mental states, and flow of internal energy. Meditations include: Tan Tien Breathing-stimulates the internal reservoir of energy; Three Tan Tiens-inner contemplation of your energy centers; Dragon and Tiger Meditation-to increase the level of vitality in the body; Golden Light Solar Meditation-absorbing chi or life energy from nature.

Taoist visualizations are used to build self-awareness, unity of mind and, ultimately, enlightenment. Taoist priest Cohen gives exact instuctions on correct postures, breathing techniques, attunement to nature, mental states and the flow of internal energy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564552709
  • Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/28/1994
  • Format: Cassette
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Product dimensions: 4.41 (w) x 7.12 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Meet the Author

Ken Cohen is an internationally renowned health educator, China scholar, and master of qigong healing. A former collaborator with Alan Watts, he is the author of The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing and many journal articles. Ken speaks the Chinese language, and studied at the New School for Social Research, Queens College, and the University of California at Berkeley. He began doing his qigong training in 1968, and apprenticed with Taoist priests from China's sacred mountains. Ken Cohen was one of nine "exceptional healers" studied by the Menninger Clinic.
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