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I’m excited to announce the release of my NEW Taoist Yoga program which incorporates Qigong, Sitting Postures, and Yoga movements.
Taoist yoga is a unique practice because it allows you to circulate and build Chi without ever over-stretching your muscles and tendons.
Few people realize that over-stretching can do more harm than good, especially when it creates excess tension in your body. Stress is really just a fancy word for tension.
To make matters worse, the hustle and bustle “hurry up and wait” lifestyles of our modern age are seeping into modern yoga practices and shredding people’s nervous systems.
Cultural conditioning in the West has trained us to push, push, push and go for broke. This is not only stressful to your mind, body and spirit, but it also ignores the need for your body to rest and relax.
Relaxation (specifically relaxation of the nervous system and circulatory system) is essential not only for health and longevity, but also for the natural unfolding of our evolution/spiritual path, which is ultimately why we are here.
The focus of Taoist Yoga is what’s called Longevity Breathing, which helps you to relax from the inside out rather than stretch from the outside in. This is the key difference that will lead to true health and longevity.
Breathing well is vitally important to your health. No other health practice is capable of producing such dramatic and life-changing results, for the amount of effort put in, as the conscious practice of learning to breathe with your entire body in a relaxed, circular manner, without holding your breath.
If you want a Yoga program that will help you to oxygenate the blood and tissues, circulate chi, energetically heal and massage the body, and elevate your mind and spirit – all through the use of breathing and gentle, yet effective yoga postures, – This program is for you!
What is Metaphysics ?
Metaphysics is the branch of philosophy that studies the first principles of being, identity and change, space and time, causality, necessity and possibility. It includes questions about the nature of consciousness and the relationship between mind and matter. The word “metaphysics” comes from two Greek words that, together, literally mean “after or behind or among [the study of] the natural”. It has been suggested that the term might have been coined by a first century CE editor who assembled various small selections of Aristotle’s works into the treatise we now know by the name Metaphysics (μετὰ τὰ φυσικά, meta ta physika, lit. ‘after the Physics ’, another of Aristotle’s works).
Metaphysics studies questions related to what it is for something to exist and what types of existence there are. Metaphysics seeks to answer, in an abstract and fully general manner, the questions:
- What is there?
- What is it like?
Topics of metaphysical investigation include existence, objects and their properties, space and time, cause and effect, and possibility. Metaphysics is considered one of the four main branches of philosophy, along with epistemology, logic, and ethics.
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