Learn more about spiritual Chi Kung, an approach to practice which results in the “Chi Kung state”: a focused awareness of existing fully in the present moment. Explore a new approach to integrating our personal connection to the Divine, our the bodies’ energetic systems, and the universal flow of chi all around us. This practice combines the sacred practice of prayer with an ancient system of postures, breathing, and meditation techniques to bring about more health, vitality, and joy.
Spiritual Chi Kung comes to us as a technology used by Taoists and Ch’an Buddhists to reduce stress, increase awareness, and live with a particular consciousness in the present moment. The term Zen, like the Chinese Ch’an from which it derives, simply means “meditation”. Despite its association with specific religious traditions, Chi Kung is not a sectarian practice. It is universal, and open to everyone.
The state of mind known as the “Chi Kung State” – an expanded level of consciousness that has been, understandably, the goal of many traditions – is popularly known by a variety of terms: enlightenment, satori, being one with the Tao, nirvana, or simply the outcome of meditation.
This event is open to anyone wishing to explore a new approach to personal energy systems, the universal flow of chi around us, and our personal connection to the Universal Divine.
The upcoming Sacred Lotus Chi Kung Series:
Dates: September 28 & October 5, 12 & 19, 2016
Times: 6:30 to 9:00 pm - Wednesdays
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Join us for this free evnet and experience how this level of Chi Kung practice supports your growth and evolution into the Self.
a certified instructor of 7-Lotus Chi Kung Canada, has been studying Chi Kung (and Meditation, Energy Work and Healing Practices, Psycho-Corporal Body Work and Shamanism) for more than a decade. She is deeply appreciative of the many gifts her practice has brought her; and it is now her passion to share these techniques, helping others connect to the natural flow of life and the universal energy of chi.
Date: Wednesday October 12, 2016
Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Location: Ontogony Centre, 2667 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC
Facilitator: Renate Geier
A few words of student feedback:
On the night after my first introduction to Lotus Chi Kung, I dreamed of a beautiful tree filled with a bountiful of large blossoms. I felt this dream was foreshadowing the riches Lotus Chi Kung held in store for me, and through the last 5 years this practice has become an integral part of my life; helping me ground me in a way I had not believed possible.’ – KP
‘My Chi Kung practice shifts my tense and blocked areas of my body to a place where is it is soft and flowing, and my struggles in the outside world immediately start to shift and resolve.’ – CM
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There are several options for parking in the area. There are two pay parking lots; the DPC parking connected to Safeway (on Broadway and MacDonald), or the small lot off Stephens in the alley between Broadway and 10th Avenue. There is free parking is on Broadway, 2 and 3 blocks east of the studio (between Larch Street and Vine Street), on both sides of the street. Some areas of the side streets around the studio and on Balsam have ‘free’ parking as well.
The studio is located on the 99 B-Line Express Bus Line, get off at MacDonald and walk up the hill towards the studio (1.5 blocks). This bus can be boarded between Commercial-Broadway Sky Train and University of British Columbia at special 99 B-Line stops only. Other busses that stop close to studio are 14, 9, 2 and 22.
What can I bring/ wear to the event?
Bring a notebook and pen and indoor shoes/slippers for the teaching space/and or washrooms
All items for comfort lying on the floor, such as a mat, blanket and/or foamy/ we have cushions onsite for you to use
All items for your comfort sitting on the floor, such as pillows/backjack/camping chair
Water bottle/ Coffee/Tea mug with lid/ Snacks, Lunch (we do have a fridge and microwave on site)
You will need to wear comfortable loose fitting clothing appropriate for movement. To stay warm while you cool down from practice we suggest you bring another layer/wrap, and socks .
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact the Ontogony Team - Renate or Catherine for any further assistance or questions you may have, and we are happy to get right back to you ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you can make it!
Ontogony Evolution LTD
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