Eastern Meditative Practices - Basics and History

  • November 26, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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Eastern Meditative Practices



This evening’s main topic will be presented by Gordon Smith, an Acupuncturist and much more.  Here’s a brief overview of his background.


Gordon is Board certified in Acupuncture (NCCAOM) and an Ohio State Medical Board licensed massage therapist. In 1998 he received post graduate certification in Acupuncture from the Acupuncture Society of America. In January of 1999 Gordon completed the advanced orthopedic medical massage, acupuncture and Pointing Therapy internship program in the Peoples Republic of China. He then remained in Southern China for 6 months to study Pointing Therapy under world famous Pointing Therapy expert Dr. Lin Chaoxiong at the Guangzhou Providence Hospital. Gordon completed his formal education in Acupuncture at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, Illinois.


He’ll be teaching us some basic Eastern meditation techniques and history.


Here’s his outline:


Three schools of philosophy

1. Daoist (Taoist)

2. Confucius

3. Buddhist


Three methods of meditation

1. Internal

2. External

3. Spiritual


Cautions!


Special 10-15 minute internal cultivation meditation technique from a Daoist temple in China.


Three regulations in meditation.

1. Mind

2. Breath

3. Body-3 difficult passes

Mudra


During the meditation I will open participants crown chakra. Each person will be asked if they want to participate before we begin.


The organ system and the relationship of emotions and health.


Demonstration


Questions


Gordon will bring much depth of understanding and great experience to our group.

 

 

Also remember the December 10th meeting will be replaced with -

 

“The 3rd Annual Winter/Holiday Oneness Celebration”

 

More info to follow!

 

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    Enjoyed the evening immensely!

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