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Taoist Healing Imagery

Traditional Chinese Healing Visualization Exercises
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An ancient energy-boosting practice that combines qigong with guided imagery sessions.
Full Description

Seven advanced visualizations utilize ancient Taoist imagery to build self-awareness, unity of mind and body, and ultimately: enlightenment.

Although healing with imagery is relatively new to the West, its use in China dates back to Taoist texts from the third century BCE. We learn that these healing techniques induce what modern brain researchers call an alpha-theta state, where the unconscious comes to consciousness, and the mind reaches a blissful clarity.

These techniques are rarely taught outside of China today. Fortunately, Ken Cohen (author of Chi Kung Meditations) is able to give exact instructions on correct postures, breathing, attunement to nature, mental states, and flow of internal energy.

Meditations include: Tan Tien Breathing, which stimulates the internal reservoir of energy; Three Tan Tiens, an inner contemplation of your energy centers; Dragon and Tiger Meditation, which increase the level of vitality in the body; Golden Light Solar Meditation, a method to absorb chi or life energy from nature.

Learn More About:

  • The three types of Chi Kung
  • Spiritual Chi Kung
  • Deep relaxation and Tsung Chen
  • The fasting of the mind
  • The ancient planetary reservoir of energy
  • The three Taoist aspects of the universe, and more
Format Details
Audio Download
Contents Audio Download (1 hour)
Filetypes MP3, PDF, ZIP
Product Code AW00206W
ISBN Number 978-1-60407-341-6
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Ken Cohen

About Ken Cohen

Ken Cohen, M.A. (www.kennethcohen.com), is a renowned qigong master, health educator, and winner of the Lifetime Achievement award in energy medicine. A former collaborator with Alan Watts, he is the author of The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing (Ballantine Books) and more than 200 journal articles on spirituality and health. Ken has been practicing qigong and Tai Chi for more than 50 years and is the pioneer who first introduced qigong in western medical school education. A dynamic and inspiring teacher, Ken’s work has been sponsored by the American Cancer Society, the Mayo Clinic, Health Canada, and numerous universities.

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Reviewed by jeanette
I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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Brilliant

Enjoy being guided by Ken Cohen's voice, very soothing and found the meditations powerful. Amazing.

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Reviewed by Tina M.
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Another excellent CD by Qigong Master Kenneth Cohen. Straightforward instructions in plain language with incredible clarity of sound. I own this and the QiGong meditation CDs. They are great teachings to heal the body, mind and spirit. Love it.

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Reviewed by Roy B.
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Rated 4 out of 5
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something about Ken Cohen's qigong programs really inspire you to do the practices with enthusiasm!

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Reviewed by Helen H.
I recommend this product
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I love all of Ken's work. I find it well thought out, coming from a experienced perspective and very accessible. His ability to balance seriousness with a sense of humor is also wonderful.

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Reviewed by Gracia B.
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too long

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