Dennis Lewis draws on his many years of study in the Gurdjieff work, Advaita Vedanta, and Taoism to show how natural, whole-body breathing can ...Show synopsisDennis Lewis draws on his many years of study in the Gurdjieff work, Advaita Vedanta, and Taoism to show how natural, whole-body breathing can improve health, increase energy, and support the quest for inner growth. Along with breathing practices designed to open the three primal energy centers, the book defines natural breathing; provides a clear, illustrated description of the physiology of breathing; and offers suggestions on how to use spacious breathing both in times of stress and in everyday life.Hide synopsis
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Dennis Lewis provides an overview of Daoist ideas of Qi (vital energy), together with useful exercises.
Like a lot of books in the this genre, it's bit too long, too earnest, too autobiographical and engages in a lot of preaching to the converted.
However what Lewis syas about Qi and cultivating Qi seems sensible to me, and the exercises seem to be a practical program of development.
I'd say a must-read for anyone interested in Daoism, Qi Gong, Tai Chi and internal martial arts.
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