“Human Beings in our deepest essences are “shape shifters.” We are the elements of creation: fire, earth, metal, water and wood. We are empty space, as modern physics shows us. Qigong practices initiate us into how to change our life stances by becoming like a tree, or moving like a silk worm reeling silk, transforming our identities into a lightness of Being that can be as colorful as that of a butterfly. And if current research is accurate, when we shape shift into the appropriate element for the occasion, and return to our primordial selves, natural health is restored and we live younger longer.”
From: Secrets to Living Younger Longer: The Self-Healing Path
of Qigong Standing Meditation and Tai Chi
by Michael Mayer, Ph.D.
What is Bodymind Healing Qigong?
Bodymind Healing Qigong is a physical exercise system, a Self-healing pathway, a spiritual practice, a method of transforming one’s life stance, a way to find our ground in the midst of the emotional crosscurrents of everyday life, and an initiatory tradition. It is grounded in psychoneuroimmunological and quantum biological research, and may become a practice that will stay with you for a lifetime.
Bodymind Healing Qigong TM includes exercises from:
Set 1: Raising & Lowering Qi with Heavenly Palms
Set 2: Tai Chi Ruler
Set 3: Standing Meditation: Wuji and Yi Chuan Qigong
Set 4: Exercises after Standing to Disperse Stagnant Chi
Set 5: Ancient Taoist Healing the Internal Organ Exercises
Set 6: Boddhidharma’s changing muscles, sinews & bone marrow
Set 7: Ancient Animal Qigong
Set 8: Spiritual Qigong Practices
Set 9: Walking Meditation
Set 10: Yang Style Taiji Chuan
Michael Mayer Ph.D. has synthesized Bodymind Healing Qigong from 30 years of training with some of the most respected Tai Chi and Qigong masters. Dr. Mayer, author of 20 publications on bodymind healing, now presents this integrated approach at hospitals, universities and at workshops, and is a keynote speaker.
For more information on Training and Certification Programs in Bodymind Healing Qigong :
Contact Dr. Michael at 510-849-2878, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.