Taoist Meditation in Daily Life

31 October 2017 - 4 November 2017

This course will begin with reviewing the basic processes of Taoist inner dissolving meditation. Then move on to how apply inner dissolving and other Taoist meditation methods as ways to solve common everyday problems. So you can overcome, transform and harmonize and many of the everyday challenges that can destabilize your peace of mind, concentration.

Price: €750
Price after Sep 20: €800 

Price for all three courses in Ulm: €1050
Price for all three courses in Ulm after Sep 20: €1150

Course Details

In Taoism, the road to spirituality involves more than having health, calmness and a stable, peaceful mind. These are just the necessary prerequisites that are achieved through chi gung, Longevity Breathing, tai chi and other Taoist energy arts.

The Water tradition of Taoist meditation continues the work of releasing your inner conflicts. This  process beings with the Outer Dissolving method Bruce teaches in Opening the Energy Gates of Your Body chi gung and progresses to the Inner Dissolving method, a key part of Lao Tse’s tradition, which helps you release conditioning, tension and blockages that bind and prevent you from reaching your full spiritual potential. As your practice deepens, the 16-part nei gong system is brought into play to accelerate the evolutionary spiritual process and move toward meditative stillness.

Beginners will learn the basic method of Inner Dissolving including:

  • How to maintain correct body alignments while sitting
  • Staying consciously present in the body while focusing on awareness of inner non-physical emotional, mental and psychic qualities
  • How to put the mind into all the potential energies including the physical and etheric bodies, emotions, thoughts and psychic perceptions
  • Basic techniques to release negative emotions, inner attachments,
    expectations and shock.

Students with a solid foundation in Taoist meditation may focus on such topics as:

Using the techniques of the 16-part nei gung system to affect the different energy bodies, beginning with breathing and opening and closing, to see what naturally emerges

  • Dealing with the impact of technology on consciouness and society
  • Resolving the dissonance between your inner world and the realities of living a life
  • Anxiety and fear of known and unknown futures.
  • Dealing with the uncertainty of our rapidly changing times.
  • Arrogance and lack of self-cofidence.
  • Resolving deep emotional issues which have bothered you for a long time

Event Structure

Registration/Check-in: October 31 Tuesday 9:00 AM--First class session is 10:00AM.

Approximate daily course schedule: October-November 4 is 10:00AM-5:00PM with a two lunch break. Course schedule may be subject to change depending upon group dynamics.

Disclaimer

This training course is not recommended for those with any kind of mental health issues or major medical problems. We simply do not have the resources to handle these needs. 

Please note: The practice of Taoist energy arts may carry risks. The organizers are very concerned to ensure that the training is a positive experience for every participant. If for any reason whatsoever Bruce and/or his assistants deem that there may be any potential safety risks for you during this training, you will be asked to leave the course and suspend training immediately. 

If this occurs you will be refunded a pro-rated course fee. All other expenses that you may have incurred, including lodging and travel will be your sole responsibility and the Taoist Study Society will not be responsible for these expenses.

Location Information

Tai Chi Schule

Tai Chi Schule
Marlene-Dietrich-Str. 1
Neu-Ulm
Germany
Tel: 0731-601343

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