9781594396199

The Dao De Jing Qigong Interpretation

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  • ISBN13:

    9781594396199

  • ISBN10:

    1594396191

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-09-07
  • Publisher: Ymaa Publication Center

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Summary

This book examines one of the world's most enduring and influential literary works, the Dao De Jing, through the timeless art of qigong. In his words, Lao Tzu (or Laozi), author of the Dao De Jing, embodies qigong principles, advocating the cultivation of mind and body. Only when we know qigong can we know Lao Tzu —and only when we know Lao Tzu can we know the Dao De Jing.

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, a renowned author, scholar, and martial artist, devoted decades to researching and writing this book. He interprets and analyzes the 81 chapters of the Dao De Jing. His commentary will bring new insight, inspiration, and depth to your understanding of Lao Tzu's words—and to your qigong practice.

Many chapters in the Dao De Jing purely talk about qigong,” Dr. Yang writes, “especially the practices of regulating the body, breathing, mind, qi, and spirit.”

Lao Tzu's writing has been read, translated, and discussed around the globe. It deals with principles that transcend time and culture. That is why this ancient text has been reimagined countless times in books on business, relationships, and parenting—but never with a focus on the art of qigong. This makes Dao De Jing: A Qigong Interpretation unique and indispensible.

This book includes

  • The complete Dao De Jing in English and its original Chinese text
  • Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming's commentary and analysis of each chapter
  • Numerous illustrations and diagrams

Dao De Jing: A Qigong Interpretation is not a book of instruction. It is about the Way—the path before us, in qigong and in life, where what you achieve comes through your own understanding.


Author Biography

Yang, Jwing-Ming, PhD, is a world-renowned author, scholar, and teacher. He has been involved in Chinese martial arts since 1961 and maintains over 55 schools in 18 countries. Dr. Yang's writing and teaching include the subjects of kung fu, tai chi chuan, massage, meditation, and chin na, and he is a leading authority on qigong. Dr. Yang is the author of over 35 books and 80 videos.

Table of Contents

Contents

Preface

Chapter 1: Metarobics® and Tai Chi

A New Paradigm of Fitness

How a Student with Cancer Changed

my Understanding of Health

Chapter 2: Qi - Science or Magic?

Experiences with Language

and the Mysteries of Qi

Chapter 3: Metarobics® and Cancer

The Battle against Hypoxia (Oxygen Deficiency)

and the Experiences of Three Students

with Cancer

Chapter 4: Metarobics® - Heart Disease,

Stroke and Kidney Disease

Dealing with the Pressures of Life

Chapter 5: Metarobics® and Lung Disease

(COPD and Asthma)

Better Breathing through Tai Chi and Qigong

Chapter 6: Metarobics® for Immunity,

Diabetes, and Pain

Enhancing Qualify of Life

Chapter 7: Essential Elements of

Metarobics® and Tai Chi for Therapy

Teaching, Learning, and Researching

Tai Chi and Qigong for Health

Conclusion and Future Directions

Metarobics® and Tai Chi Therapy

The Beginning of a New Field of Exercise

References

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