What: Yi Gong with Sifu Jenny in New York City, NY
When: Friday, June 4,[masked]:30 PM
Alexander Technique Center
330 West 38th Street
New York, NY 10018
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Friends we have a rare opportunity of having Sifu Jenny come to our group and leading the practice. She is coming specially from Denver to donate her time and practices towards World Peace project. Please help in making this visit beneficial.
Session: 7PM ? 9 PM
Suggested donation $25. All proceeds to go towards World Peace Stupa project. http://bodhivastu.com/
If you dont wish to donate towards the project, please still do come.
The Body is the most profound operating system. It is self-sufficient, self-healing, self-knowing, and self-operating. To understand how the system works, to listen to its alarms and warnings, to maintain its service and not ignore or fight against it is vital. Qigong and all other healing arts aim to learn how to flow with life, to employ the body?s own healing system to obtain its balance and most of all, to allow the body to manifest its most mysterious performance.
Traditional Chinese medicine and the Chinese way of nurturing life is based on the principle of supporting the normal and expelling the Pathogenic.
Yi Gong is one of the highest Taoist Maoshan esoteric practices. Its system includes two aspects, spiritual and physical. The spiritual aspects have not been revealed to the public. The physical aspects include three levels, the spontaneous adjustment, celestial master points the way, and great water fall.
Awareness is the core of Yi Gong practice. Practicing Yi Gong without awareness is not Yi Gong. If you learn the practice and do not develop your awareness, you have lost the essence of Yi Gong.
Yi is mind. Gong is work, skill, method, effort, efficacy, and achievement. Yi Gong is mind training. It is techniques for awareness development. Through skillful techniques and cultivation of one?s mind, one is capable of reaching self-awakening. Self-healing or the appearance of supernatural powers is side-effects along with the body and mind?s awakening. They are not the ultimate goal for Yi Gong. Nevertheless, training one?s mind is a path to self-awakening. Yi Gong is a process of studying, practicing and harvesting. Realization is the result of that cultivation and self-awakening. Words cannot convey the knowing, the cognition, Gnosis or praj??.
Sifu Jenny Lamb
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Sifu is a graduate of the prestigious Beijing University of Physical Education, has been a student of Chinese Martial Arts for forty years with many awards, and a teacher of Chinese internal arts since 1975 in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Canada and the U.S. She is the founder of the Eastern Internal Arts Institute and of the Tasting Tao Center. She was an actor in the first modern mainland Chinese martial arts movie (The Honor of DongFang Xu. Also called Pride?s Deadly Fury) and has been featured on the Discovery Health Channel. She is a Taoist and Buddhist practitioner with a Master?s degree in Religious Studies and is working on her Ph.D. in Religious Studies with an emphasis on Chinese Buddhism.
Her specialties are internal and healing arts. Her combination of knowledge, skill and teaching ability is unique and her motivational techniques enable her students to surpass their greatest expectations. To experience her instruction is an opportunity which should not be missed.
Her teaching philosophy is to help her students to be happy, be healthy, be wise and be one?s true Self. Her advice to her students is that it is easy to be a practitioner or a teacher. It is not difficult to be a good practitioner or a good teacher. But it is very difficult to be a good, decent, truthful, honest and humble person. Try to be that good person.
Learn more here:http://easterninternalarts.com