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As your heart expands and you torque the tendons from the ankles up. Your hands need move only about half a foot both up and out.
Hold the hands about foot and a half to two feet in front of the solar plexus. Feel the earths force pulse into your finger tendons with emphasis on the pinky fingers.
At the same time direct your visual focus and mental awareness to the pinky fingers while also tensing them slightly to charge them with Chi. Then following the movements described in basic structure. An easy way to find the correct position is to take up the basic Iron shirt l position with the hands at solar plexus level about two feet in front. From this position simply turn your inward facing palms and hands to face at an angle to the ground. Make your arm and hand movements larger and more animated than in the previous forms.
Hold you hands about a foot away from you shoulders.
As the arms move in this way. Sixth Position Hands are held at shoulder level with the palms and hands facing the chest. Following the movements as described in basic structure. Seventh Position Hands are at waist level with palms and hands facing up and your fingers pointing towards each other expanding creating the shape of a basket.
Focus and expand your eyes. Do not cheat yourself by bending and arching the spinal cord to reach your knees. Move the arms from the scapulae and shoulder as a unit without adjusting at any of the arm joints. By squatting. Eighth Position For the final position hold your hands at knee level only a couple inches away with palms and hands facing upwards.
To reach knee level with your hands you will need to bend your knees more than in any of the previous positions bend over the toes! After practicing this for a while you will slowly begin to feel the power that can be generated by this movement move from your legs to your tailbone and up you spine.
Once you feel that you have a level of mastery over this movement you can again advance. Again isolate this movement and practice it for a while concentrating on the sacrum and lumber movement until you can do it in your sleep.
Stand with your hands out in front of your body about shoulder height. As the power comes up through the sacrum.
In ancient times people would spend 20 years doing only this movement. Once you can feel the power being generated by this movement. This of course does not have to be equalled but is a could indicator that this movement is worth some time and attention. If done correctly this movement should encourage your spine to move like a whip as in the Tendon Nei Kung forms.
You should practice this basic movement for a while. Once you feel the force coming up. To do this. To start doing this you can use the push position. The first step is to initiate the movement from below out of this push position. Do not expect however. T 11 and reaches the area between the scapulae. The result of this movement is that your whole neck and head moves forward with the whip like motion that is being generated by the spine.
Keep in mind also that the apparent hand and arm movement that is used to push is in reality. As the power comes up to this area you push out his area of the neck. If literally push with your arms. The next area is the C 7 or the base of the neck. The pushing out of the C 7 and the neck and the tucking in of the chin as in the Tendon Nei King forms should be timed together with the with the climax of the movement i. Once you have a grasp this entire whip like movement of the spine in the Tai Chi Chi Gung stance.
Use your awareness to sense the powerful healing energy of the earth move through your body from the bottom up. Once you are completely familiar with this motion and can execute the entire movement witout having to consciously think about it. You wil know that you are doing it correctly when it feels correct. Torque each tendon and follow the gentle tension with highest awareness. In studying the Tendon Nei Kung.
One may apparently be doing the form correctly from an external perspective. Feel the tendon torque against the bone structure stretching and strengthening it at each level up the body. General Information When doing these movements. Such problems should be corrected before you start train-ing. Neither the Universal Tao nor its staff and instructors can beresponsible for the consequences of any practice or misuse of theinformation contained in this book.
If the reader undertakes anyexercise without strictly following the instructions, notes and warn-ings, the responsibility must lie solely with the reader.
This book does not attempt to give any medical diagnosis,treatment, prescription, or remedial recommendation in relation toany human disease, ailment, suffering or physical conditionwhatsoever. If the reader undertakes any exercise without strictly followingthe instructions, notes, and warnings, the responsibility must liesolely with the reader.
The book does not give any diagnoses or suggestions formedication. It does provide a means to improve your health in orderto overcome imbalances in your system and to provide a richlyrewarding sexual experience.
People who have high blood pressure,heart disease, or a generally weak condition, should proceed slowlyin the practice, particularly Ovarian Breathing. If there is a medicalcondition, a medical doctor should be consulted. Introduction IntroductionBone Marrow Nei Kung is a Taoist art of internal cultivation whichemploys mental and physical techniques to rejuvenate the bonemarrow, thereby enhancing the blood and nourishing the life-forcewithin.
It is offered by the Universal Tao as a modern approach tohealth and longevity, but its heritage can be traced back thousandsof years to ancient China. The barriers between cultures and theexclusivity of Taoism had hidden its benefits from the West untilthe recent introduction of acupuncture. Today, Taoist methods aregaining respect throughout the world. The reason for this is simple: A philosophy that cannot be practiced in dailylife will rarely be retained, and is therefore not truly alive.
If youconsider your own mental, physical and spiritual aspirations in thislight, perhaps the philosophy of the Tao is already understood. Self-enhancement Through Taoist PracticesOne objective of the Universal Tao System is to create anenvironment conducive to self-cultivation.
The idea of changing agovernment, a belief system, or a society has little value to Taoismbecause more can be achieved by nurturing the growth of theindividual.
Those who seek knowledge often inspire others to dothe same. The practice of Taoism builds internal strength and createspeace of mind. Do not concern yourself with thelack of peace and harmony in your family or among your friendsuntil you have established peace within yourself.
Your capacity to - 19 - Introductionhelp another human being depends upon the surplus of energythat you can channel towards that purpose. Such internal strengthcannot be provided for the benefit of others unless you cultivate itwithin yourself first.
You can only share what you have in abundance. Otherwise,you will drain the energies of those around you as your needsbecome excessive. An emotion such as love exemplifies this truth. Taoism teaches that the body needs love from the inner self tosurvive and to nurture those energies that can be shared.
Further,you cannot share the energy of love until it overflows beyond theneeds of your body. In other words, you must love yourself to cultivatelove for others. In a spirit of altruism, people often demonstrate their desire toassist others beyond the point of necessity. Remember that the tradition of theUniversal Tao does not tolerate self-righteousness andcondescension among its students.
These attitudes limit thefreedom of others to choose their own paths in life The world mustbe accepted on its own terms, for we cannot change it.
We have aresponsibility, however, to change ourselves. Decisions for LifeWe assume that it is natural to age and to die, yet we often overlookthe unnatural aspects of these processes by anticipating them. This is not to say that the human race is unknowinglyimmortal, but rather that we have far more control over these factorsthan we know.
Death can be a choice in the sense that we canchoose to live longer. Aging is a choice in that our bodies need notdeteriorate as an effect of time. The effects of aging can becounteracted if we make the choice to do so. Certainly we all die,but we have forgotten that we all have options as to how and when. Taoists choose to prolong life to create the best circumstancesunder which they can leave it. Since people know little about realitiesbeyond physical existence, they often fear such knowledge, leavingit in the hands of God.
This is how our race has learned survival - 20 - Introductionunder the most rigorous conditions of faith. The Taoist practice of temporarily leaving the body to explorethe higher realms is as old as the most ancient of civilizations. This need not involve any confrontation with religion.
It is part of aphilosophy of life using physical and meditative means to cultivatespiritual energy. In the practice of the Universal Tao, this philosophyis not considered to be a religion because it lacks the rituals andworship of deities normally associated with religion. Consider,however, that religion is not necessarily synonymous with spirituality,since our true spiritual nature underlies the beliefs we grow into.
Taoist philosophy simply offers a means of spiritual growth withoutthe necessity of pondering religious questions. In the search fortruth, one can leave the questions in order to experience theanswers. For some people, the idea of planning to journey beyond whatcan be physically touched or seen is totally inappropriate.
This isperfectly reasonable in terms of spiritual growth because there ismuch to be learned in the world that we know. There is no reasonfor anyone to suffer in this reality, when good health can be achievedthrough these techniques.
If one so chooses, one can develop thebeginning of a spiritual afterlife before physical death would normallyoccur. For those who prefer to cultivate only the physical aspectsof life, the copious health benefits of the Tao should be rewardingenough.
The choice is simple in any case as the system is nowavailable to everyone.
Remember that there is no place in Taoism for the glorificationof masters. They are not saints, devils, or deities. These teachersconsider it a wasteful expenditure of energy for students to paythem anything more than a casual, but genuine, respect. The enlightenment we seekdemands that our efforts be channeled directly into the spiritualpaths we choose.
Those who would teach should only beconsidered helpful guides who offer assistance rather than salvation. Introduction There are many more disciplines available than we need to attainenlightenment. Our spiritual inclinations, therefore, must eventuallyfocus upon choosing wisely rather than searching endlessly.
The physical life we have chosen has manytools to offer. The Tao is simply a finger pointing the way. They seemed hard,rigid, and dense, the very opposite of the qualities I was seeking tocultivate in myself through Tai Chi Chuan movements andmeditation. The story has been adapted into many forms on stage and screen, some keeping close to the original Collodi narrative while others treat the story more freely. The ringmaster then sells Pinocchio to a man who wants to skin him and make a drum.
Aaventurile was a unique literary marriage of genres for its time. According to extensive research done by the Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi in late s and based on UNESCO sources, the book has been adapted in over languages worldwide,  while as of it has been translated into over languages.
V, Laterza, Bari IV ed. A carpenter named Master Antonio, but whom aevnturile calls Master Cherry, has found a block of pinewood which he plans to carve into a leg for his table. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Once the puppet has been finished and Geppetto teaches him to walk, Pinocchio runs out the door and away into the town.
This page was last edited on 27 Decemberat For other works with this title, see The Adventures of Pinocchio disambiguation. They take off ahead of Pinocchio and disguise themselves as bandits while Pinocchio continues on toward Catchfools, despite warnings from the Talking Cricket. Unfortunately, the bandits catch him and hang him in a tree. Views Read Edit View history.
He discovers that the Fairy is ill and needs money. He is caught by a Carabinierewho assumes Pinocchio has been mistreated and imprisons Geppetto. Italian Wikisource has original text related to this article: The Fairy sends for Geppetto to come and live with them in the forest cottage.
The third doctor is the Ghost of the Talking Cricket, who says that the puppet liu fine, but has been disobedient and hurt his father. The marionettes on stage recognize him in the audience and call out to him, angering the puppet master Mangiafuoco. Pinocchio and Geppetto pass two beggars: Instead, the boy is shocked to find forty freshly-minted gold coins. It is about the mischievous adventures of an animated marionette named Pinocchio and his father, a poor woodcarver named Geppetto.
Views Read Edit View history. He is caught in a weasel trap where he encounters a glowworm. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.