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    Tai Yuan (LU-9)

    (Forearm, on wrist crease, on radial side of radial artery.)

    A profound place for finding a correspondence between Heaven and Earth, when life is going to hell and a person is...
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    Kong Zui (LU-6)

    (See Picture. Forearm, (palmar side), 7″ above the wrist, line joining LU-9 & LU-5.)

    Great depletion and emptiness, extreme hollowness. When there is a sense of grief: a void...
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    Lung Meridian (LU)

    Zhong Fu (LU-1) can be quite effective for mental and emotional disorders, as it opens a person to receive. When a person is overwhelmed with sadness this point will help them to relate to their...
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    Qi Gong & Tai Chi statistics.

    http://www.institute...iew_General.pdf



    Great statistic studies on Qi Gong and Tai Chi by R. Jahnke
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    Help save the Tigers.

    There are only about 100 Chinese Tigers left in the entire world and 40 of them remain in captivity. Numbers are dwindling fast. Some cultures still hunt and even eat the meat considered to be a...
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    Taoist Philosophy on Tai Chi Chuan

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE2I3iSanBY&sns=em
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    One more Daoist Teacher Teaching in Hong Kong.

    One more Wu Dang Taoist Monk will be teaching:






    www.facebook.com/wudang.guoshifu
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    WuDang Taoist Coming to UK :)

    Hello, here's an article of a friend Lucia Ring-Watkins telling her story of studying on Wu Dang Mountain.

    http://www.wudang-pa...k/articles.html

    Also, contact her for the Workshop in November...
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    Buddhist Artist in Honolulu

    http://buddhistartne...nathan-ming-ji/


    This is for anyone in Honolulu but my teacher is one of the hosts hosting an exhibit for Famous Buddhist Artist Jonathan Ming Ji. Please check it out.
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