Tag: Chinese calligraphy

Lifelong Training session 3 in Glenwood, Washington

With annual opportunities to meet with a growing qigong family, this program is an invitation to promote balance, peace, and harmony in your life. The purpose of this program is to create communities of practitioners dedicated to the study of classical Chinese wisdom traditions to support each other on this path to deeper knowing and enlightenment.

In Lifelong Training Level 3, students will learn:
 Chinese shamanic external Qi-healing principles
 Yijing (I Ching) III – 64 Hexagram Divination (beginning)
 Mt. Emei 28 lunar Mansions Qigong
 Chinese calligraphy and Qi-healing I
 Internal Alchemy Meditation III

Chinese New Year Celebration (Stockholm)!

NewYear201431 January 2014

kl 18.30-21.30

Join us for a taste of traditional Chinese culture!

GuQin 古琴 – live musical performance on the ‘instrument of the sages’, the traditional silk stringed Chinese zither

ChaDao 茶道 – Chinese tea ceremony featuring Bamboo Heart Green Tea, Eastern Eye Mountain Oolong, 25 year aged Pu’er

ShuDao 書道 – Chinese calligraphy demonstration – Qigong and the art of painting with the breath

JiaWu 甲午 – Chinese cosmological forecast of coming year of the Wood Horse

Where:    Stiftelsen Hälsans Hus Fjällgatan 23 B         116 28 Stockholm

Cost:        380kr

Contact:  info@masterwu.net

Lifelong Training Level 3! December 2013 (West Virginia)

28 Lunar Mansions

Students traveled from the UK, California, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia to join us for the Lifelong Training level 3, held at the historic Claymont Mansion, a beautiful retreat center on 340 acres in the Shenandoah Valley of West Virginia.

We had a great time practicing the 28 Lunar Mansions Qigong form from China’s shamanic Mt Emei tradition, traditional Daoist Internal Alchemy meditation, Chinese calligraphy and talismans, Qi healing and Yijing prediction with everyone, and are looking forward to meeting again in September 2014 for level 4!

Dancing with your Brush in Scotland (July 2013)

Chinese calligraphy is an ancient and elegant art form and a traditional system for healing and a method for spiritual cultivation that allows us to deepen our connection to the Great Dao.

Join Master Zhongxian Wu at the Moray Art Centre in Findhorn Bay, Scotland to learn to integrate breath, posture and visualization – the foundational elements of all traditional Qigong forms – and create specifically chosen Fu 符 (talisman) art in the Wu 巫 (Chinese Shamanic) tradition.

Click here to learn more.

Calligraphy workshop in Moray Art Centre
Calligraphy workshop in Moray Art Centre