Avert Cancer With Deep Breathing Exercise

Posted by on Jun 8, 2010 in Chi Kung, Philosophy | No Comments

A recent study found that cancer will affect as many as 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women in the United States, and the number of new cases of cancer is set to nearly double by the year 2050. Both predictions are based on statistics collected by the Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results […]

An Amazing Senior In Taiwan

Posted by on Mar 11, 2010 in Chi Kung, General | No Comments

A few days ago I read an amazing article in a Taiwanese newspaper. It is about a 101 year old man and his health regime. Mr. Tray, a man who says he is one hundred and one years old, still has a mouthful of his original teeth. He shows them off proudly in the article. […]


Posted by on Feb 19, 2010 in Meditation | No Comments

In Buddhism there are many kinds of meditations. I think every religion also has their own way of doing meditation. I find that Meditation is also getting popular in North America because of the efforts of the Dalai Lama and other Buddhist monks. Within Buddhism there are many different kinds of meditation. Some are easy […]

Breathing In Buddhist Meditation

Posted by on Dec 3, 2009 in Calgary, Meditation, Philosophy | 5 Comments

Recently, Yoga and meditation have become very popular in the West. Many people take meditation courses or practice it at home. Most people know that breathing is very important in meditation. Many are taught to breathe down into their lower abdomen, or Dan-Tian. This kind of practice helps to massage the internal organs, but it […]

Take A Deep Breath

Posted by on Oct 7, 2007 in Chi Kung, Tai Chi | One Comment

BDantien (Abdomen)Breathing Exercise Every time I go downtown to teach my lunchtime Tai Chi and Chi Kung class, I see many people in a hurry to do something or go somewhere. Being busy and hurried has become a part of life modern life. Sometimes I heard my students complain about how their schedules are too […]