Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Welcome to the Year of the Yang Water Dragon! "wuji gong"

With the second new moon after Winter Solstice on Monday Jan. 23, the Chinese lunar calendar welcomes in the Year of the Yang Water Dragon. Hope you are ready for the exciting ride!

The first full month of the Dragon year still begins on Feb. 4, 2012 (Chinese solar calendar, midpoint between winter solstice and spring equinox). So those born between Jan. 23 and Feb. 4, 2012 will be considered by Chinese astrologers to be on a very wide cusp between the 2011 Mettal Rabbit and the 2012 Water Dragon, sharing qualities from both.



Flower Mountain, aka Huashan. Seen from a distance it's dramatic 

power is evident. Taoists have been meditating here for over 3000 

years, and more immortals are recorded as having achieved 

themselves here than any other sacred mountain in China.


                     Wu Ji, Infinite Openness: I LOVE this calligraphy!

800 year old lineage form of Zhang San Feng, the

13th century founder of Tai Chi. 

Its ancient name was "wuji gong", which
literally means "develops skill for entering the Supreme Mystery". It is
often translated as "Primordial Qigong" or "Primordial Tai Chi".  
Taoist alchemy, the healing benefits of medical qigong, and
the earthly transmission power of China's original tai chi form!

"Who takes Heaven as his ancestor, Virtue as his home,
the Tao as his door, and who becomes change -- is a
Sage." -- Chuang Tzu, Inner Chapters

"The Tao is very close, but everyone looks far away.
Life is very simple, but everyone seeks difficulty."
-- Taoist Sage, 200 B.C

http//www.Taichi-Enlightenment.com for a glimpse into
the world's most magical spiritual tai chi form.


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