The 5 Universal Healing Tao Branches are the landscape of Grand-Master Mantak Chia's teachings
01.Tao Energy Cultivation - Basics
Based on the 5 Elements of Classical Chinese Medicine, in the first part the basic exercises of the Taoist energy work are treated with the "Inner Smile", the "6 Healing Sounds" and the "Micro Cosmic Orbit". The purpose of these practices is to 'gaze inward' and eliminate the imbalances in our body-soul-mind unity. Imbalances can result from unrestrained emotions, improper diet or excessive lifestyle and lead to health problems.
The second part covers the complex of inner, sexual alchemy, that is the work with Jing Chi, our sexual power - in both women and men.
02. Chi Nei Tsang
From Chinese Medizin we know that feelings and emotions do not arise in the brain, but according to archetypal patterns in the 5 major organs.
People often develop energy blockages on their internal organs, which are caused by nodules and entanglement of the intestinal tract. Emotions such as fear, anger, excessive anxiety, depression and pondering can do great harm to our body. Energy losses can also result from overwork, stress, accidents, surgery, drugs and toxins, bad and contaminated food, and especially job insecurity.
These disharmonious emotions and toxic energies seek discharge and so deposit themselves on and around the organs in our body that can process portions of this emotional garbage. However, there are usually enough blockages back to hinder the flow of energy in the body, which usually leads to disease at some point. Disharmonious emotions can cause such excessive heat in the organs that dysfunction or total failure can develop.
The Chi Nei Tsang® massage is an extremely effective way to dissolve these energy blocks, also called winds, and flush out deposited toxins. The Chi Nel Tsang® massage system, so to speak, allows access to those areas where energetic patterns manifest in the physical body ... where chi and matter touch. The exact connections have not yet been researched here, but the efficient effectiveness of the Chi Nei Tsang® massage system astonishes and excites the participants again and again.
03. Cosmic Healing Qi Gong
Cosmic Healing Qi Gong is a hitherto largely unknown method in Europe to specifically absorb cosmic energy, to store it and to use it for health and long life - for oneself and others. By activating hands and acupuncture points, vitalizing forces flow in and through the entire body. This prevents the exhaustion of one's own energy resources and supplies fresh energy. A very special attraction of this practice is that it can be practiced by beginners as well as advanced of the Qi Gong and benefits both equally.
Cosmic Healing Qi Gong is based on the UNIVERSAL HEALING TAO® Basic Exercises, such as Micro Cosmic Orbit, Six Healing Sounds, Skin and Bone Respiration, Iron Shirt Practice and Tan Tien Exercises. At the heart of the Cosmic Healing Qi Gong is an exercise method that Grand-Master Chia calls the "Buddha Palm". The goal of this practice is to strengthen the practitioner's chi and to develop his ability to give chi to others as well. The exercises are based on the Shaolin Singing Qi Gong, from which the Kong Jing Qi Gong has been derived, about which there are hardly any publications and that is rarely taught. Other methods describe techniques with the hands and with different visualizations, including colored Chi. However, Grand-Master Chia himself warns against the inexperienced use of some techniques.
Through the practitioner's inner preparation with the basic exercises, and especially the techniques of the Cosmic Healing Qi Gong, the practitioner's mental and spiritual abilities are trained.
The Taoist health system is largely based on the elements and roots of Classical and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Like all methods handed down in the Taoist tradition, the Cosmic Healing Qi Gong is not based on a belief system, but the values and emphases should be 'experienced' by everyone.
The theme group 'Taoist Shamanism' taught by master Mantak Chia in Berlin for the first time in 2007 comes from the Cosmic Qi Gong. Learn to protect yourself by transforming the externally accepted emotions of our brothers and sisters into useful body energies. The old system of 'sucking shamans' is still used, but today we are no longer trained to protect ourselves from the burdensome emotional energies and mental attacks. Grand-Master Mantak Chia shows us how to build simple protective fields and gives you the opportunity to balance your own body-energy system - practical mental hygiene, so to speak. Grand-Master Chia takes us with the invocation of the guardian angels and shows how to handle the spirits.
04. Internal Martial Arts
Our body alchemy is stable only when our vessel, the body is permeable. The 12 meridians and 8 vessels used in the acupuncture can transport and store our life force Chi. Tensions and blockages hinder the flow of Chi, causing less performance in our system. A variety of Qi Gong exercises and soft martial arts practices can prevent or eliminate such disabilities.
The construction of rooting and the development of our iron shirt prepare our physical body to absorb and store spiritual energies. Stretching and working with the dragon's breath, reactivating our stem cells, stimulating our glands are trained with and through practices such as Tao Yin, Tan Tien Chi Kung, Iron Shirt Chi Kung and various Qi Gong and Tai Chi levels. With these Inner Martial Arts, we prepare for the practice of the Inner Alchemy.
05. Inner Alchemy
At this, already very high level of Taoist energy work, the sexual energy Jing Chi (creative power) is transformed into life force. The key secret of this formula is that the usual positions of fire and water in the body are reversed to release sexual energy. The spread of sexual energy throughout the organism can be thought of as water vapor rising as soon as the water begins to boil on the fire.
By interchanging the positions, the heat of the body fire gets under the cool of body water. Without this interchange, the fire simply blazes up and burns the body from within. The water (the sexual fluids) tends to flow down and leave the body. When the water dries up, the body breathes its life. The process of evaporation can be extended over a long time.