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Natural Way Meditation, also known as TAO or Taoist meditation, emphasizes a return to simplicity, self-regulation and avoidance of extremes. Meditation has been shown to be very effective in reducing stress, lowering hypertension, high blood pressure and slowing down the aging process.
For thousands of years the meditation skills of the ancient Taoist (men and women who lived close to Nature and functioned as part mystic and part scientist) were used to explore the inner landscapes of the human mind. For all the above reasons, Taoist meditation techniques have focused on simplicity, naturalness, evenness, patience and emotional balance first and foremost. The Circle guides you with practice sessions building core meditation skills such as concentration, focus and awareness training.Taoist Meditation isn't well known in the West. Help support a living spiritual tradition by providing clothing, shelter, food and education. Taoist Meditation - Ocean MeditationMeditation is the only practice used by virtually every genuine spiritual tradition throughout the ages to look inside and discover our innate nature. If you're going to practice meditation at this level, you'll follow a more traditional path. A must read for those who are new to qigong, those who are already practitioners, and anyone interested in complementary medicine or self-help.
If You Knew What Longboarding Was You'd Head To Cape Town If there is one thing South Africa is, it's big. Weekly practice and instruction in the Eight Treasures 32 Movement Qigong form, followed by mindful meditation practices to help ground our minds and expand our spiritual awareness. Practice Qigong and Taoist Meditation techniques with certified instructor Alex Tuggle L.Ac. Its breathing techniques resemble that of young children, which naturally breathe from their bellies. And, more and more, progressively minded primary care and mental health professionals are recommending meditation practice to their patients to prevent heart attacks and stroke, and to help recover from a broken heart and or other psychological trauma. These spiritual explorers managed to accumulate vast amounts of knowledge into how the mind-body-spirit relationship works, thus helping to make many important discoveries in medicine and science.
If an individual does not gather and maintain healthy amounts of clean energy on a regular basis, he or she may greatly increase their chances for illness and misfortune.
But, perhaps the biggest culprit for harming the body and causing it to lose precious amounts of life-force, is the abuse of one's emotions and too much thinking. You look for information online or on a bookstore, and see that there are a LOT of different ways of doing meditation, dozens of meditation techniques, and some conflicting information.
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Most of the books related to Taoism, such as the I Ching and Tao Te Ching, are known more for their philosophy rather than teaching Taoist meditation techniques. Many people think that if you sit and focus on your breath for 5-10 minutes that you're meditating. We are not talking about meditation as an antidote for dealing with the stresses of the world, but using meditation as a way to overcome the instability of the mind that is intrinsic to the human condition.Socrates proclaimed that the unexamined life is not worth living.
One of the primary goals of Natural Way meditation is to reduce complicated thinking and to regain the innocent qualities of a newborn infant; this in turn helps the body become lighter, less burdened and more vital.
Through their patient observation of Nature and quiet contemplation and self-introspective practices, they were able to highly develop their intuition and mental capacities. Being tired and fatigued often, or being hyper and anxious on a regular basis, will break down onea€™s immune system and weaken the body. Too much or too little of anything, whether it be happiness and laughter or sadness, worry, anger, fear, jealousy, envy, greed, etc, will result in a major drop of power in the body. Because, the quick and clever methods of the 'MIND" usually have a strong tendency for fantasy, self-delusion and separation, rather than clarity, humility and integration. You wonder which way is best for you.This article will help you navigate the sea of different practices of seated meditation, briefly explaining each of them, and pointing to further resources. Unlike the Buddhist, Zen, or Indian meditation; Taoist meditation has never been mainstream. This is a foundation program and leads to the more advanced Taoist meditation practices such as Inner Dissolving. So it follows that to arrive at peace of mind, you must gain the ability to examine that which prevents you from having peace of mind from within.If you wish to refurbish a table, you start by taking off all the varnish until you get right down to the wood.
Alex Tuggle has studied the Eight Treasures Qigong form since the age of 6 years old, meeting with the Ni Family lineage every Sunday morning to practice. All of the above benefits of meditation practice are truly excellent, but are only positive side affects in comparison to its more noble purpose: to deepen one's spiritual understanding of oneself and others, in order to live more harmoniously in this world. And, in combination with their refined spiritual skills, they further discovered and mapped-out the energy channels within the human body and helped to create the advanced energy science known as Qigong, which further evolved into the extremely comprehensive healing arts of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. And, if left uncorrected for too long, this state of imbalance will greatly cloud the mind and further compromise onea€™s spiritual resolve.
Genuine spiritual training requires large amount of clean energy, so the first prerequisite for safe spiritual cultivation is that the body should first and foremost be healthy and balanced. What is my purpose here on Earth?How can I be of greatest service?Meditation is a means for discovering for yourself the answers to these deep questions through your own direct inner experience. Many people say they meditate, which sounds really cool, but what is it that they're actually doing? This Qigong practice helps to rejuvenate your internal life force or Qi, and build strength, focus, inner sensitivity, and intuitive powers. Thus, making one even more susceptible to psychic disturbances, spiritual troubles and or negative physical addictions of all kinds. Additionally, people who prematurely play with or experiment with the subtle spiritual forces present in the natural world, just for entertainment, power, greed and or quick profit, unfortunately will suffer greatly and possibly irreversible damage to their bodies. When I asked him why he didn't teach meditation he responsed that there were very few who wanted to learn. Taoism is the specific branch of meditation I teach to help my students delve inside themselves. Metaphorically, it may take you many hours each day of practicing meditation to arrive at this point, which is the beginning of the journey for those in monasteries--whether Christian, Thai, Burmese, Tibetan or Taoist. A guided Taoist meditation completes the practice to help guide your Qi inwards and build up your Vital force through focused breathing techniques. I feel this is changing in the West as more and more people are turning to meditation for stress relief, peace of mind and for spirituality. The ancient meditation methods of Taoism have been used for thousands of years to help people cope with stress and the challenging issues of the times.For more than 50 years, Taoist meditation has helped me flow with change and brought me to a higher state of awareness and being. They spend many, many, many years learning how to create a mind that is completely calm and stable.Even in the modern era, you can't expect to devote less than an hour or two a day and gain such abilities. More are also resonating with Taoist values of balance, peace and connection to nature.What is the Taoist Meditation Circle?The Taoist Meditation Circle is for those who already understand the importance of meditation and would like guidance in doing a practice.
If you wish to become enlightened in this life, then frankly speaking, practicing five minutes a day won't cut it. It is an online group to learn the preliminary practices required to be successful with any meditation system, but mainly my focus will be to teach you the techniques within Taoist meditation.Every month you will receive meditation practice sessions. Likewise, if you meditate to relieve stress and use an esoteric meditation technique, well you just might be able to get the job done with less fuss.So let's look at each of the three reasons for meditating in more detail to see what is required for each and how you can have the best chance of success whatever your goal!Meditation for Stress ReliefContrary to messages from magazine articles and advertisements, the idea that you can meditate for 30 seconds or three minutes a day and make a huge difference in your life is nothing more than a dream. You have the option of either listening to them on your computer or downloading them onto your MP3 player. Although meditation is often sold as a quick fix to your problems, it's just not realistic because it takes a certain amount of time for your mind to release the stress lodged inside you.Meditation takes time and space whatever your goal. This wise man explained that the path of spiritual evolution was far more difficult to undertake than Taoist martial arts and qigong tui na (energetic healing). This object may be the breath, a mantra, visualization, part of the body, external object, etc. Because it was a deeply important matter, Liu explained the process in detail and offered me the choice of whether to aspire to this journey. As the practitioner advances, his ability to keep the flow of attention in the chosen object gets stronger, and distractions become less common and short-lived.
So although it may seem as though not much is happening, meditating regularly can have a profound impact on your life and the unfolding of your spiritual path.The first stage of meditation is all about releasing stress.
After serious consideration, I made the decision to follow in my teacher's path knowing full well that I would have to summon all of my courage. As this phase of my teachings is coming to completion, I'll now be offering and integrating meditation topics into everything I teach.The Taoist Meditation Circle is also a preparatory program for those who eventually want to teach meditation. For most people, they must spend somewhere between 15-30 minutes a day (or at least 15-30 minutes as many days a week as possible) to release accumulated stress in the body and mind.
True to Liu's word, Taoist meditation is the most formidable yet most fulfilling chi work I have ever encountered in my life. Energy Arts is planning on offering an in-depth (3-4 weeks) Taoist meditation training in 2012 for those who are interested.For beginners or advanced meditators?The Taoist Meditation Circle is for those who want to start, or continue, your meditation practice on a regular basis. It takes a certain amount of time to begin releasing the nervous tension bound inside the body alone.


My teacher Liu's assumption was that the genuine reason for learning meditation was to become what in the West is commonly call "enlightened." Other traditions call it becoming one with God or understanding what lies at the root of the universe. The Circle will start with basic material to make sure you have all the core meditation skills required. It is the process of non-reactive monitoring of the content of experience from moment to moment, without going into them. That includes intimacy or sex with a loving partner, which is a major source of human pleasure. If you want to have some sense of the type of work involved and what it takes, read about the Tibetan mystic Milarepa. It will mean you develop the ability to meditate for longer periods of time while still maintaining a high level of awareness. When the nerves are shot and depleted, which is common in our overwhelmed, over-scheduled, over-caffeinated and technology-driven lives, interest in sex and the ability to have it diminishes.Releasing the Nervous System with MeditationWhen the sex drive is shut down by the central nervous system, particularly those nerves that are stimulated during sexual activity, it makes people incapable of feeling and responding. The account of his life may lead you to believe that the only way you can arrive at enlightenment is to go to a cave and never come out again.Understanding this level of meditation requires that you complete the first two levels. This is especially true after long periods of excessive visual and mental stimulation with no physical outlet. In the first level you're dealing with ordinary stress, so you just have to release some of it. Most of the meditation quotes you find speak of this state.This is actually the true purpose behind all kinds of meditation, and not a meditation type in itself. The Circle is thus perfect for the beginner meditators.If you are an intermediate or advanced meditator doing these basic practices again will be important to locate and fill in any gaps that you may have. It is the case for people who work on computers much of the day; they experience nervous rather than physical exhaustion.
If you have a pile of garbage 10-feet high in your living room, removing most of it, to say a foot above the ground, might leave you with a bearable stink.When you reach the second level of meditation, the negative and destructive emotions you have inside you have to go. All traditional techniques of meditation recognize that the object of focus, and even the process of monitoring, is just a means to train the mind, so that effortless inner silence and deeper states of consciousness can be discovered.
Meditation can help you relax your nervious system.People know that when they become overly stressed out, their relationships more likely go south. Eventually both the object of focus and the process itself is left behind, and there is only left the true self of the practitioner, as “pure presence”.In some techniques, this is the only focus, from the beginning.
For seasoned meditators, the task will be to sit for longer periods of time, and I will be giving deepers layers of instruction.Why Meditate?To follow the path of meditation you should have a desire to know yourself at a deep level. They more easily fight with other people, become depressed or simply engage with others less. Anyone who has had a partner knows that extreme stress places a burden on the relationship--even if the stress has nothing to do with the relationship itself.
Meditation is also something you should want to practice everyday not something you force yourself to do.
You're no longer dealing with stress from working 8-12 hours a day, but stresses that came from your childhood, relationships and everything in life, maybe what happened to you in the womb or even past lives.Discovering the Nature of Mind with MeditationThe methodology becomes important at this stage because you literally must deal with the nature of how your mind works. It has its roots in the Chinese Zen Buddhism (Ch’an) tradition, tracing back to Indian monk Bodhidharma (6th century CE). Meditation can release emotions and help you build better relationships.Many people--even physical laborers who work 12-hour days--are able to have sex all night, especially when they are young. In the West, its most popular forms comes from Dogen Zenji (1200~1253), the founder of Soto Zen movement in Japan. Make no mistake, Taoist meditation (or meditation of any kind), when done correctly requires all of your Being. Others, who might not have expended much physical energy in their workday, have no sex at all because they are stressed out.So How Much Meditation Do You Need to Relax? How much meditation you need to relax is related to how much pressure must you release from your nervous system.
You will also have access to an online forum providing a good place to turn if you get stuck anywhere along the path. In the Hindu tradition, for example, they have ideas of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, or creation, preservation and destruction.So as you start looking at what your mind is about, how it functions and why it churns and your thoughts jump around, so too must you develop a very, very, very deep focus. However, as stress increases, people get heavier and they find dealing with others and what is inside much more difficult.
You must gain the ability to take the uncontrolled mind--like a monkey jumping from tree to tree, a wild bucking bronco throwing you here and there, or a bunny rabbit hopping all over the place--and allow it to become still.
Each time you inhale you count one number, starting with 10, and then moving backward to 9, 8, 7, etc. When you arrive in 1, you resume from 10 again.
We encourage you to post questions and participate in this forum each month to contribute to the meditation community. You must train your mind so that it does what you want it to do as opposed to allowing it to jump around from this to that.Next, you must move into the psychic realm because many people can recognize their intuition, but most aren't aware of psychic influences. Often what you are going through can help others.If you have psychological, emotional, or mental issues you should seek the help of qualified medical professional and not sign-up for this program. From a practical point of view, you can save yourself a lot of grief by spending just 15-30 minutes a day letting go through meditation rather than allowing stress to accumulate.Many people don't like the idea of taking responsibility for their own life. Some traditions use the term "ghost" or "ancestors" while others talk about unseen dimensions. The truth is that although people can help you, it usually only lasts for a very short period of time. Before you start this program or any other programs from Energy Arts you should seek advice from your medical professional.I'm from New York.
You should understand that my teaching style is often very direct - sometimes I even use explicit language which may offend you. You can affect others, but you have to live with yourself 24 hours a day.So the question is: In what sort of an environment do you wish to live?
And, if you wish to live in a better environment because you don't feel your internal environment is not clean and pristine, what are you willing to do about it?If you have all sorts of agitations and stress, you're the one who must make the decision to do something about it. It is a traditional Buddhist practice, dating back to 6th century BC. Vipassana-meditation, as taught in the last few decades, comes from the Theravada Buddhist tradition, and was popularized by  S. If this teaching style is not for you then I strongly encourage you to find another teacher that better matches your needs.This is really going to be a lot of fun or at the least an adventure. This point has been recognized for thousands of years, which is why meditation has been practiced in the poorest and most wealthy societies on the face of the planet.A Powerful 15-Minute Meditation PracticeSit with your spine as close to being straight as possible while remaining comfortable.
The nerves of your body can let go dramatically easier if you sit up straight rather than crumpling into a little ball. It's not easy to feel the hairs of your nose, but if you pay attention you can.As you sit and notice not only your breath, but also how air contacts your nose hairs, all the internal images for which you're not consciously aware will calm down. This is typically done through breathing awareness.Focus all your attention, from moment to moment, on the movement of your breath. Your attention will eventually shift from an external to an internal orientation (as your nose hairs are a part of you).Try to relax your breath so that the movement of air going in and out of your nose relaxes your body.
The erratic energy of anxiety in your body will naturally slow down as your breath slows down. Simply notice these phenomena as they emerge in the field of awareness, and then return to the sensation of breathing.
Paying attention to your nose hairs and breath requires that your nerves wake up; stress tends to deaden the nerves. A laborer that works 12 hours in a day can have a healthier libido than an office worker because their nerves remain fairly relaxed. Tired muscles don't necessarily mean nervous exhaustion.Breathe in and out of your nose, relax your breath, feel the hairs of your nose, and let your nerves rest and regenerate.
If a secondary object hooks your attention and pulls it away, or if it causes desire or aversion to appear, you should focus on the secondary object for a moment or two, labeling it with a mental note, like “thinking”,  “memory”, “hearing”, “desiring”. Now this is a very short meditation, but it may give you a sense of how important it is to calm down your nervous system. It's a simple process, but it can definitely help you reduce stress.Meditation for Peace of MindFinding stability is the foundation upon which genuine meditation is practiced on the path to enlightenment.
So in this sense, getting rid of your stress might be immensely valuable to your life, but it takes much more commitment to meditation to truly find and maintain peace of mind.No, you don't have to live in a monastery. But you must still do the same kind of work that people who live in monasteries, on peaks of mountains or in caves do to arrive at peace of mind.In the ancient Greek world, there were people who walked around for years. One observes the objects of awareness without attachment, letting thoughts and sensations arise and pass away of their own accord. Likewise, today there are many business people that, while conducting ordinary business, look at how to bring meditation practices into their daily life.My teacher had a son who was born in China just after the Communist Revolution, so he didn't have the opportunity to train in a monastery. Since my teacher's son loved engineering, he taught him how he could meditate while engineering. You can find plenty of teachers, websites, and books about it, as well as 3~10 days retreats (donation based).
I personally knew many people in the Far East who learned meditation through different activities in which they were interested.


You can use meditation to create works of art, run a grocery store, collect garbage--or any job of which you could possibly conceive. Reading holy books or practicing rituals in themselves cannot take you to the depths of your being. You must practice.--Bruce FrantzisCommitting to MeditationTo gain peace of mind, you must make a significant commitment in your life--probably as much as an hour or two each day for meditating.
Do like this for the length of your meditation practice, constantly redirecting the attention to the breath. Others may go to meditation retreats and spend several hours a day looking for that which allows them peace of mind. Now, if you can integrate a meditative practice into what you do in your life, then anything is possible. Whenever that happens, gently recognize that you have been distracted, and bring the attention back to the breathing, or to the objective noticing of that thought or sensation. If you are speaking, that means paying attention to the words you speak, how you speak them, and to listen with presence and attention. If you are walking, that means being more aware of your body movements, your feet touching the ground, the sounds you are hearing, etc.Your effort in seated practice supports your daily life practice, and vice-versa. It is beneficial both for selfless and self-centered people, and it will help increase your general level of happiness. It is not an affirmation used to convince yourself of something.Some meditation teachers insist that both the choice of word, and its correct pronunciation, is very important, due to the “vibration” associated to the sound and meaning, and that for this reason an initiation into it is essential.
Others say that the mantra itself is only a tool to focus the mind, and the chosen word is completely irrelevant.Mantras are used in Hindu traditions, Buddhist traditions (especially Tibetan and “Pure Land” Buddhism), as well as in Jainism, Sikhism and Daoism (Taoism). The practitioner then repeats the mantra in his mind, silently, over and over again during the whole session.Sometimes this practice is coupled with being aware of the breathing or coordinating with it. In other exercises, the mantra is actually whispered very lightly and softly, as an aid to concentration.As you repeat the mantra, it creates a mental vibration that allows the mind to experience deeper levels of awareness.
As you meditate, the mantra becomes increasingly abstract and indistinct, until you’re finally led into the field of pure consciousness from which the vibration arose. Repetition of the mantra helps you disconnect from the thoughts filling your mind so that perhaps you may slip into the gap between thoughts. Mantras can be viewed as ancient power words with subtle intentions that help us connect to spirit, the source of everything in the universe. Because a mantra is a word, and thoughts are usually perceived as words, it can be easier to keep the focus on a mantra rather than on the breathing. It is useful especially when the mind is racing with many thoughts, since it mantra meditation demands constant attention.Meditating with a mantra can also make it simpler to  integrate your meditative state into your daily life.
In whatever activity you find yourself into, it can be as simple as repeating the mantra in your mind. There are over 600 scientific papers, many of them peer-reviewed, and I have used part of their research when composing my benefits of meditation page. However, there are also critics of the Maharishi and his organization, and some accusation of cultish behavior and doubtful research practices.
To know more, check out this answer I wrote in Quora.If you wish to try something similar, for a fraction of the cost or for free, have a look at NSR (above), or Mantra Meditation. Tradition goes as far as 1700 B.C, and has as its highest goal spiritual purification and Self-Knowledge.
The most common and universal one is the “third eye meditation”.Third Eye Meditation — focusing the attention on the “spot between the eyebrows” (called by some “the third eye” or “ajna chakra”). Most commonly it is done on the heart chackra, third eye, and crown chackra.Gazing Meditation (Trataka) — fixing the gaze on an external object, typically a candle, image or a symbol (yantras). It is done with eyes open, and then with eyes closed, to train both the concentration and visualization powers of the mind. After closing the eyes, you should still keep the image of the object in your “mind’s eye”.Kundalini Meditation — this is a very complex system of practice.
The goal is the awakening of the “kundalini energy” which lies dormant on the base of the spine, the development of several psychic centers in the body, and, finally, enlightenment. There are several dangers associated with this practice, and it should not be attempted without the guidance of a qualified yogi.Kriya Yoga — is a set of energization, breathing, and meditation exercises taught by Paramahamsa Yogananda. This is more suited for those who have a devotional temperament, and are seeking the spiritual aspects of meditation.
To learn it, you can apply to receive the Self-Realization lessons, free of charge.Sound Meditation (Nada Yoga) — focusing on sound. Starts with meditation on “external sounds”, such as calming ambient music (like Native American flute music), whereby the student focuses all his attention on just hearing, as a help to quieten and collect the mind. By time the practice evolves to hearing the “internal sounds” of the body and mind.
The ultimate goal is to hear the “Ultimate Sound” (para nada), which is a sound without vibration, and that manifests as “OM”.Tantra — unlike the popular view in the West, most Tantra practices have nothing to do with ritualized sex (this was practiced by a minority of lineages. It is not exactly meditation, but an excellent practice to calm the mind and prepare it for meditation. There are several different types of Pranayama, but the simplest and most commonly taught one is the 4-4-4-4. This means breathing in counting up to 4, holding for 4 seconds, breathing out for 4 seconds, and holding empty for 4 seconds.
This regulation of breathing balances the moods and pacifies the body, and can be done anywhere.Yoga is a very rich tradition, with different lineages, so there are many other techniques. Kundalini and Chakra meditation should only be attempted with a teacher.Probably the simplest one to try is the “third eye meditation”, which is simple and yields results fairly quickly. For the other types you would probably need more instruction, either of a teacher or a good book (see references above). It means to “investigate” our true nature, to find the answer to the “Who am I?” question, which culminates with the intimate knowledge of our true Self, our true being. When explaining it, however, it may sound very abstract.Your sense of “I” (or “ego”) is the center of your universe.
It is there, in some form or another, behind all your thoughts, emotions, memories, and perceptions. It’s the biggest mystery in our lives.With Self-Enquiry, the question “Who I am?” is asked within yourself.
You must reject any verbal answers that may come, and use this question simply as a tool to fix your attention in the subjective feeling of “I” or “I am”. This will then reveal your true “I”, your real self as pure consciousness, beyond all limitation. It is not an intellectual pursuit, but a question to bring the attention to the core element of your perception and experience: the “I”.
This is not your personality, but a pure, subjective, feeling of existing – without any images or concepts attached to it. From then you ask “Who am I?”, to bring the attention back to the subjective feeling of self, of presence. It is pure existence, objectless and choice-less awareness.Another way of explaining this practice is to just focus the mind on your feeling of being, the non-verbal “I am” that shines inside of you. Keep it pure, without association with anything you perceive.On all other types of meditation, the “I” (yourself) is focusing on some object, internal or external, physical or mental.
It emphasizes living in harmony with Nature, or Tao, and it’s main text is the Tao Te Ching, dating back to 6th century B.C.
The purpose is to quieten the body and mind, unify body and spirit, find inner peace, and harmonize with the Tao. Here is a brief overview:Emptiness meditation — to sit quietly and empty oneself of all mental images (thoughts, feelings, and so on), to “forget about everything”, in order to experience inner quiet and emptiness. In this state, vital force and “spirit” is collected and replenished. This is similar to the Confucius discipline of “heart-mind fasting”, and it is regarded as “the natural way”. One simply allows all thoughts and sensations arise and fall by themselves, without engaging with or “following” any of them. If this is found to be too hard and “uninteresting”, the student is instructed with other types of meditation, such as visualization and QigongBreathing meditation (Zhuanqi) — to focus on the breath, or “unite mind and qi”. There are particular instructions for following this practice, and a good book or a teacher is required.These meditations are done seated cross-legged on the floor, with spine erect. Traditionally it was practiced and taught in secrecy in the Chinese Buddhist, Taoist and Confucianist traditions.
Qigong can be practiced in a static position (seated or standing), or through a dynamic set of movements – which is what you typically see in YouTube videos and on DVDs.
The exercises that are done as a meditation, however, are normally done sitting down, and without movement.To understand more about Qigong and learn how to do it, I’d recommend getting a book or DVD set from Dr.




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