Liu Zi Jue

Six Sounds Approach to Qigong Breathing Exercises

Liu Zi Jue

Liu Zi Jue: Six Sounds Approach to Qigong Breathing Exercises is an accessible guide to this particular qigong exercise, which focuses on breath control. The routine strengthens the liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidneys, and has also been shown to alleviate stress. Each routine is described step-by-step, and is illustrated with photographs.

Chinese Medical Qigong

Chinese Medical Qigong

Qigong is one of the most important aspects of traditional Chinese culture and medicine. In recent years, Qigong therapy has attracted more and more attention from modern medicine and science and is now widely applied in clinical settings to treat illness and promote well-being. Chinese Medical Qigong is the first English translation of the only official textbook of medical Qigong, now in its third edition, used in colleges and universities of traditional Chinese medicine in China. Correlating the traditional therapies of Qigong with the most recent outcomes of modern scientific research, it is the authoritative introduction to the knowledge system and content of Qigong study. This textbook will be an essential tool for medical students and healthcare professionals working in complementary and alternative therapies as well as for all those seeking a better understanding of the beneficial medical applications of Qigong.

Liu He Ba Fa Wu Zi Jue

Liu He Ba Fa Wu Zi Jue

This book presents Li Dongfeng, the founder of Liuhebafa, and his original treatise knows as The Five Character Secrets.

Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicines - Molecular Structures, Pharmacological Activities, Natural Sources and Applications

Vol. 6: Indexes

Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicines - Molecular Structures, Pharmacological Activities, Natural Sources and Applications

This set of six volumes provides a systematic and standardized description of 23,033 chemical components isolated from 6,926 medicinal plants, collected from 5,535 books/articles published in Chinese and international journals. A chemical structure with stereo-chemistry bonds is provided for each chemical component, in addition to conventional information, such as Chinese and English names, physical and chemical properties. It includes a name list of medicinal plants from which the chemical component was isolated. Furthermore, abundant pharmacological data for nearly 8,000 chemical components are presented, including experimental method, experimental animal, cell type, quantitative data, as well as control compound data. The seven indexes allow for complete cross-indexing. Regardless whether one searches for the molecular formula of a compound, the pharmacological activity of a compound, or the English name of a plant, the information in the book can be retrieved in multiple ways.

Qi Gong in Chinese Medicine

Qi Gong in Chinese Medicine

Learn all about the origins, theories, fundamentals and therapeutic effects of medical qi gong in this unique, practical textbook. As the first qi gong book designed especially for Chinese medicine practitioners and their patients, this book will teach you how to practice common qi gong forms to boost the health and combat illness. Common Chinese medicine disease patterns and their appropriate treatments using qi gong exercise are described in detail. We are sorry that the DVD content are not included.

Six Healing Sounds

Nurturing Life Qigong

Six Healing Sounds

The Six Healing Sounds or 'Liu Zi Jue' is an ancient health cultivation practice from China, with a rich proud history of over 2000 years. The classics say: 'there is one way to breathe in and six ways to breathe out'. Learn gentle movements and mantras for the internal organs of the body: Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidney and San Jiao (Triple Heater). The Six Healing Sounds gently vibrates and massages the internal organs, clears stagnation and stale energy from the body, and harmonises the emotions to create a state of inner peace

Six Healing Sounds

A Holistic Practice

Six Healing Sounds

The Six Healing Sounds has a long history in China. Used as a self-cultivation tool, it is based on the principles of Chinese Medicine where sounds have a connection to the internal organs. The Chinese name is Liu Zi Jue, meaning, literally, "six characters knack or secrets." The real meaning behind them is to use the sound syllable to vibrate and massage the internal organs to maintain health, or to heal if one is sick. To the Chinese, to heal means to be in harmony or balance. In fact, that is the goal of all the Chinese healing arts - to bring one into balance. The Six Healing Sounds will strengthen what is deficient, and will sedate what is excess. Six Healing Sounds Made Simple is a bold step to introduce the art to the West in its authentic form. Although there are many schools of Six Healing Sounds that are taught here, most are focusing on making loud sounds with the throat alone, and do not address the intricacies and practice of a healing nature. Hendrik Santo has made a simplified method in which the practitioner can learn and practice and immediately benefit. It is used as a method of self-healing, and can be used by anyone. Six Healing Sounds in a nutshell, can be described as almost like humming to oneself with breathing, while in meditative seating, and mental state in Samadhi. To sum it up that simply, is an over-simplification, as it takes some time to cultivate those steps. In his teachings, Hendrik Santo pays close attention to the details of mental state, physical posture, relaxation, breathing, timing, sound, mouth formation, rhythm, and duration of the Six Healing Sounds. These are further supplemented with understanding the Chinese Medicine principles and concepts behind them.