Traditional Chinese health preservation exercises

Traditional Chinese Health Preservation Exercises

Temple Blog Traditional Chinese health preservation exercises The internal organs have specific functions which are different from the whole body. For example, the spleen organ circulates the blood, controls the transformation of food and water, and relates to the limbs, mouth and muscles. Based on the five Elements theory, internal influence and restrictions exist, such …

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Bigu 辟谷 Physiological & Metabolic Changes

Temple Blog Bigu 辟谷 Physiological & metabolic changes Weight change during bigu 辟谷 During fasting, the blood pressure of hypertensive patients will drop significantly, while some patients with hypotension will increase their blood pressure. Still, their vision, hearing and touch will become sharper, memory and association will also be enhanced, and the number of white …

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Bigu 辟谷

Bigu 辟谷

Temple Blog Bigu 辟谷 What is Bigu 辟谷? Bigu 辟谷 is a Taoist term translated as a way of wellness. It originated from the “do not eat five grains” in Fangxian’s health preservation, meaning, do not eat whole grains, but fill the stomach with other things such as medicine and food, or fast for a certain …

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reverse abdominal breathing

Reverse Abdominal Breathing

Temple Blog Reverse Abdominal Breathing Breathing Reverse abdominal Breathing is the progression of normal abdominal Breathing. The best practice is to become proficient in normal abdominal Breathing before practising reverse abdominal Breathing. The reverse abdominal Breathing, also known as Taoist Breathing, pre-birth, or womb breathing, is used for Qi accumulation and its manifestation inside the …

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buddhist incense

Buddhists Incense

Temple Blog Buddhists Incence Burning incenses A divine odour In Buddhist cultures, burning incense sticks is an old tradition. Apart from incenses, food, drinks, flowers, and even clothing was a common offering made to a revered person as a sign of respect. Offering incense at an altar is a universal Buddhist custom. Buddhists regard incense as a …

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