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Daoist Nei Gong Nei Gong has been a well-kept secret within the Taoist sects of China for centuries. Based upon the teachings of the great sage Lao Tzu, it has only ever been taught to close students of the masters chosen as the heads of the ancient orders. This book describes the philosophy, principles and practice of Nei Gong. Full description


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  • Broché: 240 pages
  • Editeur : Singing Dragon (15 août 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1848190654
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848190658
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 1,4 x 22,9 cm
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The best companion for every serious Nei Gong practitioner.
Description of many symptoms encountered during cultivation makes very clear where you are and what is to be done next.
Many thanks to Damo Mitchell.
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Clair, précis et riche d'enseignement.
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41 internautes sur 42 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Clear explanation of Daoist internal enery work 21 septembre 2011
Par Donna - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Damo Mitchell has produced a very clearly and well explained book of the Internal Energy System. He expertly explains how the human energy system of meridians and centres are organised. More importantly he explains how we can improve our own system to function more effectively, producing benefits to our health and developing mind and spirit. I have not found such information detailed elsewhere in the English language. Those familiar with the Nei Gong process will enjoy the consolidation of this knowledge into one book and appreciate the insight from someone who has already followed the journey of which they are able to give a first hand account.
74 internautes sur 80 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Right Book - Right Time 3 octobre 2011
Par Randy Black - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
That's what Damo Mitchell says in the introduction, If you are in the right place than Nei Qong is the right "teacher" for you at this point. After 43 years of a Hindu- Yoga-Shinto-Buddist-Tai Chi -Qi Qong journey this book summed it all up and put the diverse aspects of my "spiritual quest" into context and meaning and that's in the first half of the book! On at least 6 separate times I have looked over at my wife and said, "This is a GOOD book!". The only caveat to your purchase of the book is that you (most likely), need a strong background in Tai Chi/Chi Chuan and some knowledge of TCM and the meridian system to have a strong point to start at and the prerequisite background vocabulary and knowledge. If you have those than this book could be the next "step" on your path.
R. Black, Fort Collins, Colorado
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Has some rare information 2 août 2012
Par Turn the Page - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
What I found most valuable in the book is Mitchell talking through advanced stages of Nei Gong training that he himself has experienced, such as transmuting qi to shen. Plus he gives clear explanations of earlier stages and is specific about what to do and signs to look for (though I wonder if people vary and some are bound to experience a different sign here or there). In no other book have I found these aspects so clearly laid out, and that's what makes this book quite valuable to me. He's a Westerner and plainly knows how to write to the linear-thinking Western reader. Though at times I felt he took that a bit too far. Unlike other reviewers here, I didn't appreciate as much the first half of the book, which goes over Daoist theory as it pertains to the body, qi, five elements, etc. Much of it is critical foundational info, but some of it was extraneous (e.g. the five elements), and I cringe a bit inside when these theories - and they are indeed theories - are presented as fact rather than interpretations of a body of experience. Yes, qi sensations are real and can be cultivated, but talking about things like negative and positive vibration waves in a manner that would probably run crosswise with physics is, I feel, trying to be too concrete with something that is ultimately unprovable, highly subjective, and interpreted differently in other cultures. To paraphrase the Tao Te Ching, "The Way that can be categorized neatly is not the true Way." So while I admire the breadth of what Mitchell has assimilated and presented (particularly at such a young age), I take some of it with a grain of salt. And that's fine, really not a big deal. I appreciated the few times in the book when Mitchell mentioned aspects of practice that he openly said he had not experienced. That sort of honesty is important in a book that is like a map charting unknown territory for followers.

I can imagine people who are new to Nei Gong getting very excited after reading this book, and being eager to start practicing. I would add two caveats. First, much of Nei Gong advancement is done through meditation, something I don't think Mitchell emphasized enough. The book has a lot of great theory, but is rightly loose on practice, since there are various movement exercises that could be used in Nei Gong. However, I can't imagine one advancing far without a strong foundation in meditation, and more space could be spent in the book on his views about meditation techniques, experiences, pitfalls, etc. Secondly, people need a qualified teacher to put all this theory into effective practice. I've never heard of anyone advancing far without roadblocks requiring a teacher's help. Mitchell advises people to seek out teachers for this or that aspect, but really everyone needs a teacher, often more than one. Even the Taoist classics state that, specifying that books are not enough.

Overall though, a very impressive book. Mitchell has outlined a process and levels of achievement that takes many dedicated practitioners 10 or more years, which makes this a great reference as we work our paths.
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excellent reference; ties many many concepts together 25 décembre 2012
Par Bill Dockery - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an excellent book for the reason that it offers a very straight forward and focused look at the nei gung practices across many meditative disciplines.

The author's writing style presents this complex topic in a very approachable way for a western mindset. Damo's skillful and practiced abilities as a teacher shine throughout this text.

I assess that Damo is very well practiced in the meditative arts. He has obviously approached nei gung from martial as well as meditative practices. His wide view of how nei gung is applied in many disciplines is where this book offers its greatest value.

I have studied chi kung and nei gung from many disciplines, have read many intriguing and deep texts, (works of Jou Tsung Hwa, Mantak Chia, Yang Jwing-Ming, Bruce Kumar Frantzis, Kam Chuen Lam, Hale Dwoskin to name a very short few)

Damo's text had just as much impact as any of these. It might have been that my background prepared me for his message, but I suspect.that anyone just beginning work in this area will benefit greatly. I wish I could have read this book years ago.

Thank you Damo Mitchell!
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If you only buy one chi gong book, this should be the one 25 octobre 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Gives enough information for you to take any chi gong practice to the next level. Use the simple exercises provided or incorporate the nei gong principles into your existing practice. I wish I had this book 15 years ago.
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