Episode 16: Body Mind Healing Tai Chi Chuan, Four Dimensions of Purpose
Welcome to the sixteenth 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.) Snake Creeps Low,
b.) Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg
c.) Repulsing the Monkey.
You’ll learn about “the four dimensions of purpose approach” to the movements:
2.) Spiritual Unfoldment
4.) Changing your life stance psychologically.
For those of you who didn’t hear me tell the story of the Snake Master and the Mythic Origin of Tai Chi in the Introduction to this series, you’ll find it in this video. Also, in regard to Snake Creeps low you’ll hear about the cross-cultural healing power of snake symbols and movements ranging from the Temple of Aesclepius to a Chinese Medical Qigong viewpoint.
If you’re interested in a practice for taming inflation and staying grounded and humble, don’t miss the story about the correlation between Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg and the Greek mystery tradition’s teaching story of Icarus.
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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