Qigong: Level 5
Limitless Qi, Limitless Consciousness
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Limitless Qi, Limitless Consciousness
Qigong 5 is an important landmark in your journey into the Taoist arts of health and longevity. At the end of this level, you will have completed the 6 Basics forms of qigong, the Nine Self Massage Techniques, the Twelve Devas, Hua Tu Animals, the Immortals Guide to Self Massage and Breath Regulation, the Red Phoenix, The Wudangshan Five Animals, and the 8 postures of Standing Qigong.
Your training in Wudangshan Animal Qigong will be complete after learning the leopard, snake, and crane forms. The leopard trains speed and explosive power in tendon reaction, the snake trains finesse and elusive movement in the spine, and the crane channels energy from the base of the spine to the top of the head.
The completion of Immortals Guide and Red Phoenix Calisthenics culminates with forms that enhance memory and bring clarity to thinking by moving qi to the head.
The highlight of Qigong 5 is an evening practice that unites the limitless qi of the body with the limitless nature of our consciousness. In this union of breath, qi, and spirit, you will once again be open to the primordial life force of the Tao.
With the completion of Qigong 5, advanced methods of the Taoist Arts of Health and Longevity will be available to you. To learn more about them, visit limitlessgate.com and click on "Qigong Path."
The Qigong of Xiantianwujimen Taoism
Xiantianwujimen is a Taoist lineage founded by Chen Xiyi in 10th century China. “Xiantian” means primordial, “wuji” means limitless, and “men” means gate. The translated name of the lineage is Primordial Limitless Gate.
This lineage specializes in using qigong to simultaneously cultivate and transform body and mind. A hermit and household tradition, Xiantianwujimen has been transmitted uninterrupted for over a thousand years. Qigong techniques favored by this lineage include self-massage, tendon-changing, calisthenics, marrow washing, and breath regulation.
Instruction of Xiantianwujimen qigong is offered by Eva Wong, a 19th generation carrier of the lineage, and by instructors authorized by the lineage.
For more information on the teachings and programs offered by Xiantianwujimen Taoism please go to limitlessgate.com
Qigong Levels 1-4
Arrival & Departure:
On Thursday, May 2nd, 2024 please arrive between 3:00 - 6:00pm for registration.
Dinner will be served at 6:30pm.
The program will officially begin at 7:30pm.
On Saturday, May 4th the program will finish by 6:00pm
This is the price of the program, it does not include housing options or material fees.
Price does not include accommodations, which will be added during the registration process.
Please read the payment policy before proceeding with registration.
Karmê Chöling offers full-time student discounts, scholarships and other financial aid.
If using existing program credit to pay for a program, you must pre-register for this program at least two weeks prior to the program start date by calling the front desk (802-633-2384 x3000). Program credit may not be used to pay for housing or practice materials and may not be used on or after arrival day.
Qigong Instructor - Suzann Duquette has been a student of body-focused disciplines since 1974 and a student of Daoist Qigong in the lineages of Dr. Eva Wong since 2007. Suzann is an authorized instructor of Dr. Wong for Daoist Qigong Levels 1 through 5 and Strategic Leadership, based on the writings of Zhuge Liang. Student in the lineages of Chögyam Trungpa and Sakyong Mipham, Suzann is a former director and senior teacher of Karmê Chöling Shambhala Meditation Center in Vermont. Suzann includes body-focused disciplines in her teaching as methods for health, well-being, and the embodiment of wisdom. She lives in Barnet, Vermont, with her husband, where they own and run Blue Skies B&B.
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