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Heavenly Streams: Meridian Theory in Nei Gong

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The art of connecting with, feeling and adjusting the energy body using the consciousness is a key aspect of Nei Gong and Qi Gong. It sits somewhere between Qi Gong, meditation and the lesser-known art of Shen Gong, and although it is known in China it has never before been written about in an accessible way in the West.


Damo Mitchell provides step-by-step instructions on how to experience the various elements which make up the energy body, explaining how to identify and feel these, and how to diagnose imbalances and restore harmony. He describes the nature of the five elements, the meridians and the meridian points, inviting the reader to experience them through guided internal exercises using the body, breath and mind. Instructional drawings and photographs are included throughout the book.


Connecting the fundamentals of Chinese medicine with the lesser-known spiritual and esoteric aspects of practice, this book will be of great interest to intermediate and advanced practitioners of Qi Gong, Nei Gong, Taijiquan and Chinese medicine.

1 review for Heavenly Streams: Meridian Theory in Nei Gong

  1. Rated 2 out of 5

    The most important thing to lerniang Taijiquan is to find a good teacher. It is impossible to properly learn any MA from books, dvds, or the internet especially complex MAs like Taijiquan.Make sure u research the schools and teachers in ur area and their lineages. It is rare to find teachers that have an understanding of Taijiquan in its highest levels.If they make Taijiquan out to be mystical then i suggest u leave right away because they have no idea what they are talking about or they are trying to rip u off.I prefer Chen Style Taijiquan because its the original style of Taijiquan that all others are descended from.

    • I absolutely agree. It gets a bit hairy when you have a very devoted and interested person who lives in a more remote area. I advocate finding the best practitioners around, regardless of style, and saving your money to attend the nearest workshops or classes. Injections of good, hands-on instruction can give you months of work to do between visits.

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