If you have read various materials on Daoism, then you probably noticed a large number of symbols: Tiger, Dragon, Fire, Water, Crane, Cinnabar, Mercury, Sulfur, Gold, etc. Different Schools, revealing the essence of the Dao, denoted the same concepts in different terms but did not disclose the entire practice. Then there are always many who wish to profit from misunderstandings, so a lot of myths and misconceptions about Daoism and spiritual practices have now spread. Here we aim to make clarification spiritual practices of Daoism from the point of view of Yuxianpai School.
“The elixir methods of the school of Wu Chongxu and Liu Huayan are the combined virtues of all schools that have passed through the centuries” – Teacher of Single Yang The perfect man Wu Chongxu at one time received a School from two patriarchs of the Dragon Gate School in the 7th generation: Wang KunyangContinue reading “History of the School of Daoist Alchemy “Wu Liu Pai””
The most popular type of meditation consists in taking the correct position of the body, legs in a seated lotus position, and arms together – a special internal practice technique. In the process, skills are developed, such as: Below we highlight the incorrect signs of practicing meditation. If you notice any of these signs below, itContinue reading “Signs of Incorrect Practice in Sitting Meditation”
We are happy to invite everyone to our Big Winter Online Intensive Seminar that will take place 02-04 and 09-11 of December 2022! This is a big workshop where we teach Yuxianpai Daoist Methods online On the eve of a new stage in the spread of the True Dao around the world, the Daoist CenterContinue reading “December Big Online Intensive Seminar”
XING 性, which is translated as nature, the nature of the heart. In Chinese it is also called 心性 XIN XING or 本性 BEN XING. Xing in Chinese is about – spirit, soul, heart, or mind. This is the central practice of later teachings, to perfect the soul, to cleanse the heart, to achieve greaterContinue reading “Perfection of the Spirit – Xing”
After human beings are born from their mothers and grow into adults, the “jing, qi and spirit” that constitute the original body of the human body will gradually be depleted, followed by the continuous decline of physiological functions, so various diseases begin to invade the human body, and so on. With the continuation of depletion,Continue reading “Introduction to Daoist Alchemy – Neidan”
We, the people of the 21st century, are accustomed to somehow condescendingly look at antiquity. Like, we have science, we went into space, but what was there before, mammoth skins and primitive drawings? However, we are missing the main thing here: the ancient man possessed qualities that we no longer have. By studying the ancient texts,Continue reading “Ancient Method”
We already know that the cosmos is a certain functioning of qi energy. Here we analyse what this means for a person and what kind of energy it is. Pre-heaven Qi – Xian tian qi The most important is pre-heaven qi (xian tian qi 先天炁), also known as original qi (yuan qi 元炁). 先 (first/prior/pre)Continue reading “Yuan Qi Energy – The Basis of Life”
Neidan (Daoist Internal Alchemy) does not rely on the theory-proof model as it is commonly understood in the Western countries. It is accepted by its serious practitioners that the methods and practices of Neidan were empirically validated by previous Masters of the past. For this reason, the Teachers (and Instructors) role is not to prove,Continue reading “Heart to Heart Transmission of Daoist Alchemy”
Enter relaxation Relaxation and comfort when performing exercises are the basic requirements for Daoist practices at Dao De. They are the main tools for a beginner, sometimes even more than the exercises themselves. In our experience people are usually begin practice being squeezed, and tense, they perform exercises as if they are being watched andContinue reading “Correct attitude toward self-cultivation during Daoist practices”
Daoism is an ancient system centered on Huanglao’s 黃老 (Huangdi & Laozi) natural and heavenly Daoism formed in ancient times. In ancient times Daoism was called Teachings of Huanglao. The theory of Daoism is based on Dao: Dao is the highest source in the world, Dao is the origin of everything in the universe, DaoContinue reading “What is Daoism”
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