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Shamanic origins

Five thousand years ago resided on the banks of the Yellow River in northern China, the various tribes. These tribes did not have a national identity nor too stay close to the banks of the river, which they broke into the dusty plateau. Their daily activities consisted of hunting, fishing, taking care of herds and fields of wheat and millet. In the evening, people gathered around the fires and saw a mysterious dome with remote, lights flashing. The roar of wild animals in the darkness reminded them of the damage that has their herds, and sometimes remembering to escape from the raging river that overflowed its banks and destroyed their crops. But spoke about how their chiefs persecuting wildlife and fighting with the floods. These chiefs had an unusual ability: controlled natural phenomena, the river subordinating their will, plants and animals provide them with their secrets, talked with unseen forces and traveled across the sky and the ground to gain knowledge that would help the whole tribe.

The figure of 6 June 2014 WINCHESTER SCIENCE CENTRE & PLANETARIUM is one of the parts Yu walk. Also known as Yu steps. Tai Shan Jin-chu kuo min Tsung-chen pi-ja (a large real mystery of the One to help people and saving people). The dancer starts on the outside of the ring and continues to spiral toward the center - and travels to Polaris and the stars of the Big Dipper. Legend tells us that Yu was no ordinary mortal. He had a mother born directly from the body of his father Kun. Kun was chosen leader of the tribe Sun, to fight the floods. When it failed, he was punished by powerful forces, and his dead body was lying three years on the slope of a mountain. Yu spent three years in the dead body of his father. When Kun was revived, was turned into a brown bear, opened the belly and let him come out of his son Yu. Yu also instantly turned into a bear, and it is said that the whole life changed form was either a man or a bear, moving always shambling, bear walking. In dynasatii Zhou, a thousand years after the time of the legendary Yu, the priests went in bear furs, muttering and rocking in a bear dance in honor of the great Yu.

Feng Shui

Feng shui is a Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everyone with the surrounding environment. The term feng shui literally translates as "wind-water" in English. This is a cultural shorthand taken from the passage of the now-lost Classic of Burial recorded in Guo Pu's commentary:[3] Feng shui is one of the Five Arts of Chinese Metaphysics, classified as physiognomy (observation of appearances through formulas and calculations). The feng shui practice discusses architecture in metaphoric terms of "invisible forces" that bind the universe, earth, and man together, known as qi.

I Ching

The I Ching, also known as the Classic of Changes, Book of Changes, Zhouyi and Yijing, is one of the oldest of the Chinese classic texts. The book contains a divination system comparable to Western geomancy or the West African Ifá system; in Western cultures and modern East Asia, it is still widely used for this purpose.

In the Zhou Dynasty consisted obligations shamans summon the spirits, interpretation of dreams, interpretation signs, rainmaking, healing and celestial divination.

Kchung Tzu (Confucius) once went to the state of Zhou to Lao-tzu asked for the ceremony. Lao Tzu said: "The people of which you speak, rotten long ago and know only their words." And then he said: "If it finds noble man of his time, exalted; If you can not find it, leave and let the weeds grow. I've heard that a good merchant carefully hiding their treasures, like he had in the house of misery; that gentleman perfect virtue outwardly appears to be a fool. Give it up, my friend, my pride and their various desires, their external gestures and ambitious plans. All this is for your own self worthless. I have nothing more to say. "

Kchung-c 'left and said to his disciples: "Birds - I know that i can fly; fish - I know that i can swim; wild animal - I know that she can run. But I do not understand how can a dragon fly with the wind and the clouds in the sky and stand out. Today I have seen Lao-c'a; I think it is equal to the airframe. "

Lao-tzu you looking tao and virtue. The goal of learning is to stay hidden and nameless. He lived for many years in Zhou. He saw the fall of the state of Zhou and went from there. He came to the border. Guardian Pass Jin Hin said, "Sir, I perceive that you want to go to solitude; own sake I beg you, put your thoughts into a book. "And Lao Tzu wrote a book about the two parts and five thousand and a few words that discusses the tao and virtue. Then he left. Where his life ended, no one knows.

The guard was responsible for the history of philosophy almost like Lao Tzu himself. If the Master has not compelled to write down their thoughts, world literature would be poorer by one of its noblest books and deaths by thoughts of one of the greatest sages of all times and peoples, without leaving the slightest trace of offspring.

Tao Te Ching 道德經

is a Chinese classic text. According to tradition, it was written around 6th century BC by the sage Laozi (or Lao Tzu, Chinese: 老子; pinyin: Lǎozi, literally meaning "Old Master"), a record-keeper at the Zhou dynasty court, by whose name the text is known in China. The text's true authorship and date of composition or compilation are still debated, although the oldest excavated text dates back to the late 4th century BC.

There is something - a formless mist,
yet finished and complete.
Arose between heaven and earth.

It is so quiet ! So desolate !
It stands alone and does not change.
It penetrates everything round about and nothing is not hazardous.
It can be considered as the mother of the universe.

Know his name.
Is named as ' tao '.
Forced to give his name,
I call the ' sovereign '.

- Lao Tzu, Chapter 25

If a period known as the Spring and Autumn and Warring States, the golden age of Taoist philosophy, the era between the start of the Eastern Chan (25-219 AD) and at the end of the Southern and Northern States (304-589 AD) was the golden age of the Taoist religion. During this period, Taoism became organized religion and the institution of the priesthood, the sacred rites, fonts, and a considerable number of followers.

The mystical Taoism (formation 300-600 AD)

Taoism Shang-qing is often called mystical Taoism. Mysticism has been defined in many ways. The Oxford English Dictionary calls it "self-deceptive or dreamy confusion of thought" and "religious belief inherent in such bad quality". At present, it is recognized that in order to understand mysticism, we must understand the nature of mystical experience.

Although the majority of works on mysticism based on mystical experiences found in Christianity (Catholicism and Protestantism), and hardly ever in Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism, and thus can help us understand the form of Taoism, which we call "mystical". Do not equate faith and practices of mysticism in the Judeo-Christian religions (or in ancient Greek religion) and Taoist mysticism is misleading. Chinese history and cultural background, created a form of mysticism which is the spiritual traditions of the world unique.

Contemporary scholars on the history of religion have identified several characteristic features of mysticism:

Cognitive first component: achieving unity with inner awareness.

Emotional second component: feelings of bliss, joy, ecstasy, intoxication and sexual arousal.

The perceptive third component: visual and auditory sensations, freed from rational thinking.

Fourth component behavior: actions that trigger mystical experiences or their consequence. Mystical experiences include meeting. Some actions lead to these experiences (such as dervish dancing in Sufism or Islamic mysticism, physical exercises in yoga and rituals in Taoism Shang-qing), mystical experiences lead to a particular behavior (such as browsing the fire, the use of specific languages).

Alchemical Taoism (formation 200 - 1200 AD)

The Alchemists crucible with changing base metals into gold, when the fire of the furnace cleaned of impurities. In Taoist alchemy that are not metals that are cleansed, but the body and mind of the alchemist. Restored harmonic fumes of yin and yang and transformed by fire and water, alchemist emerges from the boiler again connected to the primary life energy tao.

Taoist alchemy is sometimes called physiological alchemy, because its goal is the transformation of the structure and physiological functions of the body. There are two forms of physiological alchemy: alchemy outer and inner alchemy. In the outer alchemy, minerals and herbs used for cooking elixir or a pill that would make immortal alchemist. Methods of external alchemy, therefore, deal with such practices as the construction of the furnace, collecting minerals and herbs and other substances. In internal alchemy are found all the ingredients of immortality in the body and it is these substances that are cleansed and changed. Methods of internal alchemy is therefore involved in cultivation of vital energy in the body without the aid of external substances.

Although the methods of external and internal alchemy differ conceive is hurt alchemists as contradictory. Most of them, in addition to the research and production of elixirs devoted to physical exercise, meditation, yoga and sex. Because the term nej-tan (internal pill) began to appear in Taoist writings of the Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD), many mistakenly believe the people that before the seventh century AD, Taoists engaged in swallowing minerals. But not so. Early alchemists saw no conflict between the methods of consumption of minerals and transformation of body and mind from the inside, felt no need to make any distinction between external and internal techniques. Only when both methods began to be regarded as incompatible with each other (especially after the Tang Dynasty), it was necessary to distinguish between them.

Today, the term internal alchemy used to describe any Taoist practices aimed at transformation of the mind and body to achieve better health and longer. Many contemporary interior Alchemists use herbs and a food supplement to practice qigong and meditation. Internal alchemy, as is practiced today, is closer to the spirit of the early form of physiological alchemy of the third century AD. Connecting the outer and inner method.

Synthesis of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism (1000 AD to the present)

At the end of the tenth century AD, it seemed that the dream of finding immortality pills dissolved. Three hundred years reviewing the theory and practice of external alchemy did not lead to positive results and numerous poisonings and deaths Taoist community convinced that it is time to find another way to achieve longevity.

Political chaos of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (907-960 AD) made Confucian scholars from many hermits. They proclaimed the core of Taoism and admired spiritual discipline of Zen Buddhism, but did not want to give up Confucian values. These scholars began synthesis of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism, which concentrated on the double cultivation of body and mind. This synthesis is characteristic of a large part of the Taoist art of longevity, as it is practiced today.

Taoism Magic - Journey forces

Of all the systems of Taoist magical Taoism is probably the oldest. Since prehistoric times has not changed and his followers still perform the same tasks as shamans and magicians of old. These acts include developing rain invocation disaster, offering protection, divination, healing, warding off evil spirits, exorcism, journey to the underworld to help the souls of the dead and act as media deities and spirits of the dead.

Magic Taoism is the way of strength. He believes that there are forces in the universe, natural and supernatural, which can be tamed and exploited. Supporters magical Taoism distinguish two kinds of forces: one that comes from nature, and that which comes from the spirits and deities. Typically, an individual who draws strength from nature, a magician, while the person who receives it from deities and spirits (including animals and plants), the warlock. In some cultures, the art of magic and black magic are mutually exclusive, but in a magical Taoism followers can practice both.

Oracular Taoism - a way of seeing

Divination is a way of seeing the changes in the structure of the universe. The change is part of the tao and vision changes, seeing the movement of the Tao in all things. In Taoist thinking is not only divination and forecasting future reliance on these predictions later in life. Rather, it is an assessment of the flow path and immutability tao and direct perception of the interdependence of all things.

Ma-Lin-Fuxi-and-turtle“ od Ma Lin – painting by Ma Lin. Reproduced at many places; this photo is from Licencováno pod Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Taoist cosmology: Wu-Chi and Tai Chi

According to Taoist belief, all things come from the Tao, and it is also returning. Change is what gets in motion coming and going of things, and oracle is the way we see the structure changes.

The formation and melting of things happening all the time. If we understand the hidden nature of the change, we know what happened in the past, and what will happen in the future.

Empty circle in the picture above symbolizes wu-chi (Unlimited) or tao. It is a state of calm in which things are undifferentiated from the beginning and source of life. The idea of wu-chi can be found in Chapter 28 Tao-te Ching, which is the first mention of a "return to wu-chi". Chuang Tzu also mentions "the entry gate into the Nameless" and "wandering in space wu-chi". Wu-chi is therefore Taoist concept of the origin or source of all things.

Symbol in the image above is Tai Chi (Great latest). Today we know more Tai Chi as a swirling pattern. The form shown in the image is similar to the old symbol and tells us more about the nature of Tai Chi newer than its representation. While wu-chi is calm, Tai Chi is change. Concentric circles are half and half yin yang. Each circle describes the "moment" changes, and every moment change is the transition from yin to yang (formation) and from yang to yin (termination and return). Concentric circles describe how a game of yin and yang in their manifestations. The innermost circle is ancient ancient yin and yang. Another circle is more yang and yin and larger outer circle is smaller and smaller yin yang. Taoist Tai Chi describe as "yin yang embracing." For Taoists such as Chen Si-ji and Kchang Shao-Jie wu-chi or calm the beginning of things and Tai Chi is change or movement which triggers formation.

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"Taijiquan forms - Chenjiagou" by Jasmine Bu - Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Earthly divination: feng shui

1. Full learning feng shui is based on the flow of chi energy that is pervasive, nourishes the space around us, it is a constant source of dynamic transformation of yin and yang energies. The quantity and quality of chi energy have a direct impact on our health and vitality.

2. Elemental pentagram - a universal system that gives the element of human life, affects the harmony among people, harmony, space, aid in the prevention and treatment by traditional Chinese medicine.

3. Diagram Pa-Kua - more versatile system that can be used to identify the underlying causes of problems in people's lives, an assessment of the microcosm in which one lives - his room, work desk, etc.. Individual objects, their location in space and their current status reveal understandable language about the quality of life of people, the true causes of their problems or diseases.

4. Time factor - everything around us is in constant motion, people's lives, but also our planet and the cosmos takes place in a different time cycles, each cycle that has a specific energy. An important part of the traditional Chinese astrology and cosmology, based on careful monitoring of long-term nature and celestial events ancient scholars.

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Fengshui Compass“ od borghal from (optional)Flickr. Licencováno pod CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Ceremonial Taoism - The Path of devotion

Ceremonial Taoism is a way of piety. By that humanity worships the sacred rites of force, restores and strengthens its relationship with the gods and pious speeches, which gives them, confer a sacred force protection, blessing and liberation from suffering and disasters.

The main elements of the path of devotion or ritual Taoism are:

1. Core is the belief that the sacred powers in the form of deities and spirits govern human destiny.

2. If the deities worshiped and honored, confer blessings, protection and liberation. Therefore, it is important ceremonial Taoism piety and devotion.

3. Devotion expresses performing rituals and sacred ceremonies. The ceremonies consist of rituals, sacrifices, liturgical recitation and reading scriptures.

4. Belief that the believers and the sacred forces there is a mutual connection. They carry out the ceremonies to renew and strengthen the connection between humanity and divinity, so that mutual cooperation brought into harmony all realms of existence.

5. Deities are sacred ceremonies, performing the people who have dedicated their lives to this purpose - the people who are masters of rituals and who act in favor of ordinary believers. Thus we are faithful executors of Taoism rituals: a layman who believes in a deity, is not trained to perform rituals, or they are not entitled.

(November 7, 1997. England: Crop Circles at All Saints' Church, Alton Priors of the 12th century. Subsoil with sarsen stones "stone Gentiles" who were the builders of Stonehenge used for circular columns and many other megalithic monuments in southern England. www.All Saints Church)

Taoist internal alchemy - the transformation journey

Taoist internal alchemy is the way of transformation. Reborn in conjunction energies of yin and yang, the rising steam cleaned and tempered by fire furnace inner alchemist emerges from the boiler re-connected with the initial breath tao, source of life.

The basic idea of inner alchemy:

1. Before we were born, we were part of the tao. We were without form and indistinguishable from tao and we were not subject to birth and death, growth and death. In this state, there is no form, no mind, no body, no sense and no feeling.

2. When you combine the reproductive power of father and mother, the energy of the Tao pulled into the womb of the mother to the fetus she creates. A fetus is a break or separation from Tao receives form and is no longer indistinguishable from the tao. However, since the fetus in the womb is closed, has no contact with the world of mortals. His energy and remains immaculate and original.

3. As the fetus grows in the womb, continues its differentiation and development. When the form is completed, based on the mother's body to become an independent entity. In his first contact with the world of its internal energy is divided into three components: reproductive (Ching), life (qi) and spirit (shen). At the same time apart from mind and body begin to recede.

4. How is the baby becomes a child and young adult, start with these three power fade. Reproductive energy is lost to the sexual instinct, life energy is depleted with the development of emotional and spiritual energy is weakened by the increasing activity of the mind.

5. The common man does not know that the leakage energy is the cause of poor health, aging and death.

6. The practice of internal alchemy begins with the knowledge that leakage energy in life is the cause of many physical and mental problems. Using the internal energy changes can we equipped before birth, to regain. We can achieve health and longevity and return to its original state undistinguished us to reconnect with tao.

7. Longevity is regaining health and slowing the aging process. Immortality is the release of the spirit to the body after death (boxes) rejoined the tao.

8. Longevity is a means to immortality and life extension in the mortal realm. Longevity will give us time to prepare for it to immortality left the right way.

Negotiations Taoism and Karma - the way of right conduct

Sacred forces reward those who do good deeds and punish those who engage in unethical acts. This belief forms the core of Taoism negotiations and karma. Of all the systems of Taoism is learning school meeting and karma least esoteric. It deals with issues of everyday life, ethics and good conduct, without which higher levels of spiritual development were unreachable.


Taoists use meditation to cultivate health and longevity, and to achieve the highest level of spiritual development, connection with tao. In the early stages of spiritual development is used meditation to clear the mind, minimizing desires, creating a balance of emotion and circulation of internal energy. In later stages is used to help to find unity with the Tao, non-differentiated beginning of all things.

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Technique of cultivating the body

In Taoist practice of cultivating the body is an integral part of spiritual development. The connection with the tao is not possible without physical health. For the cultivation of the body talks and practical considerations. To advance to the higher levels of spiritual taistického learning requires strength and flexibility in the muscle and skeletal system of a healthy internal physiology. The procedures used for the cultivation of the muscular and skeletal systems are known as external strengthening techniques. These techniques are used to cultivate the inner physiology and are called internal strengthening techniques.

It should be noted that it is not safe to practice these or similar techniques without formal guidance of a qualified teacher.

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