Quiet Sitting

Quiet Sitting

The Daoist Approach for A Health Mind and Body

Book - 2012
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Jing Gong (quiet sitting) has been shrouded in mysticism since it traveled out of the Far East and across the shores to the West. Along the way, new schools of thought developed and the essential keys to the simple practice that is Jing Gong had been lost.

Quiet Sitting: The Daoist Approach for a Healthy Mind and Body is a combination of two translated texts from two of the most famous Jing Gong pioneers in China during the early 20th century. This no-frills handbook is essential to anyone who is interested in the Eastern technique of breathing for a healthy mind and body. Free of esoteric words and phrases, this book offers beginner students a basic, yet powerful, knowledge of the breath: where it comes from, how it is distributed throughout the body, and how to harness it to heal from within.

Whether you are looking for alternative ways to improve your physical health, maintain your mental well being, or curious about breathing meditations, Quiet Sitting provides the basic tools needed to get started.
Publisher: New York : Better Link Press, c2012
ISBN: 9781602201286
Branch Call Number: 299.5144 CHE
Characteristics: 141 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Jiang, Weiqiao 1873-1958

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