Qigong of the Mysterious Female

with Dr. Eva Wong

May 5 - 7

The Mysterious Female from the Daoist Qigong tradition

What is the Mysterious Female?

It is the Tao, the Dark Womb, and the source of all that is born and unborn. This source is the primordial energy of life. In birth, we emerge from the Mysterious Female, in life we are nourished by her, and in death we return to her embrace. Central to the practice of qigong, the Taoist art of health and longevity, is the cultivation of this life-giving energy. Connecting to the breath of life, clearing the meridians, strengthening the physical body, and resting in the stillness of the Womb are the key to living a healthy and virtuous life.

One of the most important texts of Taoist Female Internal Alchemy is The Mother Empress of the West Liturgy. In it is coded the secret teachings of how to cultivate generative energy.

In this program we will:

  • Use the forms of Xiantianwujimen Qigong to reveal the secret teachings of the Mother Empress of the West Liturgy.
  • Practice qigong that highlights the cultivation of yin and yang energies.
  • Learn about the Taoist immortals who pioneered techniques of nourishing female and male generative energies. And explore and celebrate our own gender’s energetic connection to the Mysterious Female.

The energy of the Mysterious Female in Taoism is intimately tied to the nourishing quality of generative energy. Please note that there will be jing practice in this program.

Arrival and Departure:  

The program will begin at 7:30pm on Friday, May 5th. Please arrive between 3:00 and 6:00pm on the 5th for orientation. Dinner will be served at 6:30pm and the program will officially begin at 7:30pm. 

The program will end at 6:00pm on Sunday, May 7th. 


Traditional Qigong Levels 1 - 3. 


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About Dr. Eva Wong

Dr. Eva Wong is a translator of Chinese classics of strategy and a strategy consultant for business corporations, political leaders, and social movements.

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