Internal Practices

The First Brocade of Ancient Taoism

»Posted by on Apr 12, 2011 in Internal Practices, Qigong | 18 comments

The First Brocade of Ancient Taoism

What Are the Brocades? These are a series of essential Taoist sitting practices for longevity and healing.  A brocade is an image woven into cloth or silk and the exact origin of these exercises is unknown.  I believe that these exercises were so named, because they were originally found to be a series of printed exercises and postures that were woven into silk.    Whether they stem from one particular ascended master, or whether they are a culmination of extracted wisdom, passed over generations from master to disciple, from various esoteric, healing, and martial traditions remains unknown.  The fact that we have access to such powerful tools for health and longevity is a true gift for all of us who desire to study them.  Not much is written in English about the...

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5 Ways My Life Is in the Matrix

»Posted by on Mar 22, 2011 in Human Potential, Internal Practices | 6 comments

Me and Neo – “Whoa!  I Know (internal) Kung Fu.” This past weekend I spent training privately with my master teacher Leas Maria, just as I have done for the past 4 years, without fail, without missing a week. $150 a week to train in what I believe are the most sophisticated human potential technology tools on the planet. How else can you explain how a young man from a broken home has found the healing, courage, hope, and love to persevere in the face of all adversity?  A man who has brought himself through serious past traumas and come out on the other side by learning to live in Self Love – connected to God – and who, for the most part, maintains a Positive Identity Framework.  This is not to say that I don’t get triggered...

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Mastering Meditation in the ‘Body, Mind, Spirit Integrator’

»Posted by on Mar 12, 2011 in Internal Practices | 11 comments

For My Teacher I devote all writings, discoveries, and material to my master teacher Leas Maria. In all gratitude, loyalty, and from the bottom of my heart – the one she helped me to open.  May I strive to uphold the standards for truth and integrity in this work. May I earn the right to lead others from suffering! A note to the reader.  I began this work  4 years ago.  The following entry is from an unspecified date.  These observations were made towards the beginning of my internal practices.  More direct experience work will follow. These are simply recordings, memories, and notations from the past. Some of this terminology will not make sense to the reader.  Please feel free to post a comment for further clarification on specific terms and methods of working....

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Mastering Meditation in the ‘Body, Mind, Spirit Integrator’

»Posted by on Feb 14, 2011 in Internal Practices | 13 comments

FOR MY TEACHER I devote all writings, discoveries, and material to my master teacher Leas Maria. In all gratitude, loyalty, and from the bottom of my heart – the one she helped me to open.  May I strive to uphold the standards for truth and integrity in this work. May I earn the right to lead others from suffering! A note to the reader.  I began this work over nearly 4 years ago.  The following entry is from an unspecified date.  These observations were made towards the beginning of my internal practices.  More direct experience work will follow. These are simply recordings, memories, and notations from the past. DAY FOUR THE PATH TO MEDITATION MASTERY The beginning of the practice started out well this evening.  I seemed to find some higher degrees of...

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Top 10 Recommendations Before Starting a Qigong Practice

»Posted by on Feb 8, 2011 in Internal Practices, Qigong | 17 comments

Top 10 Recommendations Before Starting a Qigong Practice

WHAT IS QIGONG? Many of my readers and business partners will most likely not have any idea as to what Qigong actually is.  When asked by people what it is I do, and I respond by telling them that I am a ‘Qigong Man’, many don’t know what it is. The first association they make is to the practice of Tai Qi.  Tai Qi has been pretty mainstream in the English speaking world since the 1960’s.  Until then it was just something that Asian people practiced in parks in the morning. A mysteriously slow moving set of exercises that looked totally boring! Since its inception into our mainstream culture, compounded with the scientific revelations of its various physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits; Tai Qi has grown to wide popularity here in the...

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