Dahnhak Kigong: Using the Body to Enligten the Mind

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Healing Society, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 159 pages
Experience Power and Serenity through Dahnhak Kigong Dahnhak Kigong is an ideal combination of physical and mental training formulated by Ilchi Lee on his journey to enlightenment. Dr. Lee created each movement of Dahnhak Kigong while in a deep meditative state. Dahnhak Kigong is a training method that maximizes the capacity of the body and mind by gathering and using Ki-energy, the ultimate life force of the universe. This practice uses a combination of concentration exercises and Kigong movement. You will discover the original natural rhythm and order of life as well as achieve balance by reawakening Ki-energy sensations in your body. You can feel gentle power, serenity in movement, and discover the original natural rhythm through this practice.

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Ilchi Lee is a brain philosopher and educator who works to create a healthier, happier, and more peaceful existence for all humanity. Through his Dahn Yoga and Brain Education training systems, many thousands of people around the world have uncovered and build upon the potential inherent their bodies, minds, and spirits. His self-development programs are unique in their blending of Eastern concepts of Ki energy with Western scientific understanding. He has authored 29 books on topics related to brain development, health and wellness, spirituality, and personal growth. Most recently in the United States, his book Human Technology reached number 16 among self-help titles, as reported by Library Journal in Fall 2006. His well-known titles

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