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Taoist Shaman explains the principles of the Taoist Medicine Wheel, how it is oriented to the Five Elements rather than the Four Directions; how it relates to the Chinese zodiac and the I Ching; and how it aligns with the Eight Forces of the Pakua.
Mantak Chia, world-famous Inner Alchemy and Qi Gong master, founded the Universal Healing Tao System in 1979. He has taught and certified tens of thousands of students and instructors from all over the world. The director of the Tao Garden Health Spa and Resort training center in northern Thailand, he is the author of 35 books including Healing Love through the Tao. Kris Deva North has been involved in Taoist practice since 1987. In 1993 he cofounded the Zen School of Shiatsu and London Tao Centre. He lives in London.
Table of Contents
|Putting Taoist Shamanic Techniques into Practice||p. ix|
|Taoist Shamanic Tradition-from Mystery to History||p. 1|
|The Taoist Medicine Wheel||p. 6|
|The Five Elements||p. 13|
|The Eight Forces||p. 24|
|The Twelve Animals||p. 51|
|The I Ching Hexagrams and Daily Life||p. 59|
|Shamanic Practice||p. 68|
|Spirit Guides||p. 95|
|Comparison with Other Traditions||p. 122|
|Creating Power Fields||p. 129|
|The Wheel of Healing||p. 136|
|Turning the Wheel of Love||p. 159|
|About the Authors||p. 174|
|The Universal Tao System||p. 176|
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