Episode 11: Body Mind Healing Tai Chi Chuan, Four Dimensions of Purpose
Welcome to the eleventh episode of Bodymind Healing Tai Chi Chuan, Four Dimensions of Purpose, created and presented by Dr. Michael Mayer.
In this episode you’ll be introduced to:
a.) Cloud Hands
b.) Single whip
c.) High Pat on Horse
d. Double Ward off
e.) Butterfly kick.
You’ll learn about “the four dimensions of purpose approach” to the movements:
2.) Spiritual Unfoldment
4.) Changing your life stance psychologically.
I hope you enjoy the Chinese Medical perspective to Cloud Hands as being a way to regulate the Tai Yin Extraordinary Vessel for the Lung and Spleen meridians.
And for those that just think these are just spiritual and healing movements, you’ll also learn how about its self -defense application; and a secret entryway into Bagua self-defense circle walking.
Do you have issues clouding your heart? Now you’ll have a complimentary practice to help you to release such issues. For the fuller integrative perspective on healing such issues please see the books, Bodymind Healing Psychotherapy (2007) and Energy Psychology (2009).
In this episode you’ll learn to practice in tune with the Three Harmonies: Weight, Movement, and breath.
This series may be better appreciated, if first you return to the foundational concepts espoused in our Introduction to Tai Chi Chuan video, https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/679302165, and you may also enjoy the origin of this art form, as discussed in this Origin video, https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/679372832.
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Hana Matt,Teacher of World Religions, Graduate Theological Union –
“I did not go out of our home during the daily terrorist attacks in Israel. I practiced Michael Mayer’s Bodymind Healing exercises regularly to regain my calm. They relieved my tight body and took my mind off of the stress and worries to be more present to others, to help them deal with their fears and find an oasis of tranquility in the middle of the war zone.I continue to use Bodymind Healing Qigong to ease everyday stresses and bring me back to my inner sanctuary of equanimity.”