1. Under the Bright Spring Sun - Meeting my Daoist Master. 2. Daoist Meditation and Hereditary Predisposition to Illness. 3. The Interdependence of the Mind and Breath. 4. A Unique Style of Meditation: Unlocking the Brain's Hidden Potential. 5. Coupling Meditation with the Breath. 6. The Relation Between Desire and the Movement of Qi. 7. Meditation Techniques for Better Sleep. 8. A Posting Stance for the Office. 9. Supplementing Your Exercise with Qi Pian Quan Shen. 10. A Little Secret To Brighten Up Your Life. 11. Stepping into the World of Ancient Chinese Daoism. 12. A Bookworm Among the Libraries of Daoist Meditation Classics. 13. Skill in Meditation: It's All About the Mind. 14. Water from an empty cup. 15. Getting Prepared for Meditation. 16. Total Relaxation: Without Attachment to Any Place. 17. Life Hinges on the Breath. 18. You Are the Master of Your Life. 19. Tips For A Long Healthy Life. 20. A Rare Glimpse of Extraordinary Daoist Feats. 21. Single-pointed Focus to Empty All Distracted Thoughts. 22. Start Early and Never Abandon the Will to Walk the Path. 23. What Surprises Modern Medicine Unearthed. 24. The Tongue's Uncanny Role in Collecting the Mind. 25. Health is on the Tip of Your Fingers. 26. Mind and Qi Are Freed in Complete Relaxation. 27. Meditation is Not an Exercise for the Legs. 28. The Cosmos Folded into One. 29. How to Overcome Desire. 30. The Role of the Governor and Conception Channels in Meditation. 31. Moving the Celestial Chariot - Insights from an Adept. 32. When You Can't Sit Still, Cool the Fire in Your Heart. 33. Safe Meditation and the Bathing Practice. 34. The Link between the Meditations of the Qingcheng and the Wenshi Sects. 35. Total Focus on the Breath Uniting Mind & Qi. 36. Studying with Elders of Various Schools. 37. A Fortuitous Encounter One Would not Forget in a Lifetime. 38. Unattached to Names and Forms, The Things of the World are Like the Moon Reflected in Water. 39. Take advantage of the best time for practice. 40. The Ultimate Level of Daoist Practice and the Search for Perfection. 41. Reiterating the Importance of the Breath and the Tongue. 42. When the Senses are Collected, Anger Cannot Arise. 43. A Delightful Connection with Divinity and Daoism. 44. Notes on Meditation for Both Men and Women. 45. Using Arm Swinging Exercise to Assist Meditation. 46. Techniques for Mediation and Qigong for when the Yang Qi is Strong. 47. Adjusting the Breath to Protect the Body; No Need to Mention Strange Powers or Gods. 48. Non-attachment to States; When Demons Come, Strike them Down. 49. The Link Between Opening Up the Eight Channels and the Brain. 50. A Deep Connection to Hua Mountain and Hearing the Legend of Patriarch Chen Tuan. 51. The Art of Sleeping Well. 52. Twelve Life-Saving Posting Methods. 53. Transmission and Guidance from the Master. 54. Tips on Meditation Retreat and Fasting. 55. Protect, Love and Respect Life. 56. Essential Dietary Guidelines for Meditation. 57. The Importance of Drinking Water to Cultivate Health. 58. Health Cultivation Methods to Practice Just Before Sleeping. 59. Living in Mundane Affairs Without Being Tainted, This is Curbing One's Mind. 60. Meditation and Posting Complementing One Another. 61. The Wondrous Practice Combining Breath and Mantra. 62. Things to Take Note of While Posting. 63. Imparting Instruction and Dispelling Doubts Without Holding Anything Back.
Offers a glimpse into the life of Wang Yun, Daoist master, and a practical manual for physical health and mental balance
Wang Yun is a Daoist master and a Buddhist lineage holder of multiple schools, as well as a successful teacher and author and sought-after public speaker, in Taiwan and Asia. He has published dozens of bestsellers in the fields of health, spirituality, history, religion and Chinese literature.
A valuable insight into the life and teachings of a modern-day
Daoist meditation master living in Taiwan. Snippets of wisdom,
instruction, and illustrative stories emphasize the potential of
Daoist meditation. -- Cindy Engel PhD, author of Wild Health, and
It's always good news when some Daoist wisdom is shared with the world. This practical teaching is useful for all: that is what I found in the book Climbing the Steps to Qingcheng Mountain. Whoever you are, whatever you do, you will feel better with some Daoist practices, that is a fact! -- Serge Augier, heir of the Daxuan Daoist Tradition