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Healing Chi Meditation

Chi Powers for Modern Age
Narrated by: James Powers
Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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This practical guide covers all one needs in order to master the basics of Chi Meditation. From the basics of Chi flow and abdominal breathing techniques, to Dan Tian centring, to the Beauty of Eight Moons, to the Little Universe Micro Cycle - all is explained in simple and practical way so one can start practicing right away. Those familiar with William Lee's other guides (5-Minute Chi Boost, 5-Minute Stress Management, Total Chi Fitness) know that theory will be turned to practicality, and that every reader's philosophy and walk of life is welcome.

Also, the simple style makes it easy for new and experienced practitioners to engage in the exercises, whether or not you understand the meaning and placement of the Du Meridian and Ren Meridian. Lee explains the importance of preparation (cleanliness, environment, mental calming, and stretching), so that each Chi meditation session can become a building block for the success of the next session.

©2014 William Lee (P)2014 William Lee Publishing

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Please get a different narrator!!

The information in this audiobook is very valuable. However, it IS NOT a guided meditation. It tells you the techniques that you are to go and practice.

The narrator is absolutely awful. Please listen to a sound bite before you buy. You may find him as distractingly irritating as I did. He also mispronounces the Chinese names.

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