Moving into Stillness: a practical guide to Qigong and meditation

Moving into Stillness: a practical guide to Qigong and meditation by Mr Edward Hines 1500758914 9781500758912
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Meditative breath and movement are potent tools for personal transformation, for health development, stress release and as tool of martial arts. Learn the movement principles which you can apply that give special advantages over static meditation. Moving into Stillness will give you a series of step by step techniques that are easy to learn and which you can use to cultivate states of deep peace, to free your self from habits of thought, action and emotion, as well as exercises to support martial skill. This book is more than a set of techniques though. Written by Edward Hines, a senior student of renowned Bagua master Luo Dexiu it contains clear explanations in Western terms of the process of meditation, and does not resort to jargon. If you are looking for a qigong or meditation book for a skeptical friend, then this is it. Whether you are already a martial artist, meditator, athlete, or too busy to waste time with fuzzy thinking, you will find a great deal of value here. The exercises are powerful, simple and adaptable. Clear principles and samples programs are included that you can use to develop a practice that fits with your life. You will also find extremely practical principles and exercises that will help you apply your meditative skills to communication and planning. The explanations which draw on science and experience address many misconceptions that are common in in Qigong. As such they can save you time and wasted effort. Want a book that focuses directly on the key skills, exercises and ideas of qigong and meditation, then choose this one.

Author: Mr Edward Hines

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 164

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2013-09-02


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