2 November 2019

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The Five Elements and the Sounds of Daoism

The Five Elements and the Sounds of Daoism

by Marion Davis
Chinese Daoist cosmology is structured on five elements: fire, earth, metal, water, and wood. These five elements are the basis of Chinese metaphysics and philosophy and have practical applications including Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology and Traditional Chinese Medicine. The five phases are around 72 days each and are usually used to describe the state in nature:   Wood/Spring - a period of growth, which generates abundant wood and vitality. Fire/Summer - a period of swelling, flowe...

3 September 2019

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Articles, References & Readings

Articles, References & Readings

by Pam Hellens
Books and Websites referred to in articles by Pam Hellens IIf you are interested in reading more would highly recommend any of these books - Pam   Books The WAY of QIGONG - the art and science of Chinese energy healing., Cohen, Kenneth, S., (1997) A classic and must read if yuo are looking for an overview and understanding of the art of Qi Gong. Written by a QI Gong Master and China scholar. BECOMING SUPERNATURAL - how common people are doing the uncommon., Dr Dispenza, ...

8 August 2019

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Transmission From a Master

Transmission From a Master

by Pam Hellens
"Transmission is The Vibration You Are Passing on Through The Body" - Master Zhen Hua Yang Master Zhen Hua Yang has founded his life's work on the transmission of knowledge and information that has been handed down to him through the ancient lineage of his for-fathers, as well as 45 years of his own internal energetic practices. Not only has this given him a deep understanding of Movement, Meditation, Energy, Frequency and Vibration but it is the quality and harmony of his o...

1 August 2019

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The Mind as CEO

The Mind as CEO

by Pam Hellens
"The Universe is one indivisible, dynamic whole in which energy and matter are so deeply entangled it is impossible to consider them as independent elements" Lipton, B.H., PhD, 2015, pg 89. A Mindless Heart or a Heartless Mind, neither is a balanced state. Just as neither of these states on their own is desirable in Chinese thought, so it is with the practice of Calligraphy Health. Cultivating the Mind and the Heart to work together in a balanced way is part of Calligraphy Healt...

25 July 2019

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Circulation, Qi and Blood

Circulation, Qi and Blood

by Pam Hellens
"When Qi moves Blood Follows and when Qi stagnates Blood congeals" The driver behind the seat of optimal health is circulation as evidenced in both Eastern and Western Medical Sciences. Good fresh and healthy blood circulation moving through the body is undeniably instrumental in the maintenance of optimal human health carrying with it oxygen, nutrition and information throughout the whole of the body. When thinking about the benefits involved in good blood circulation the ten...

18 July 2019

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Movement and Qi Flow

Movement and Qi Flow

by Pam Hellens
"The Most Important Connection You Will Ever Make in Your Life is With Yourself" Master Zhen Hua Yang Movement is the activating principle made manifest. The activating principle being Qi or Life Force, the energy that animates all, it gives the body (matter) movement/life - without it we are inert, without life. This holds true from the perspective of any medical system worldwide be it Chinese, Western or other. The difference lays somewhere in understanding the what, how and wh...

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