Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Chinese Alchemy, and the School of Complete Reality


Chinese Alchemy & The School of Complete Reality
A 'beginners mind' introduction to some of the ancient Eastern traditions that are still used today.
In an effort to find similarities with Western alchemy,
and further our understanding and appreciation of the more Mystic side of Taoism.

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Neidan and The Inner Elixir

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Essence Energy and…Continue

The Golden Elixir and the Elixir of Life

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The Lotus And The RoseThe…Continue

The Microcosmic Orbit and Chinese Alchemy

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A Tool for Self-Unfoldment East & West Disciplines of Realization

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"Growth is natural to man. No one thinks of a flowertrying to bloom or a tree trying to grow. The blossomingof the flower is a manifestation of universal law flowingthrough the plant; it is the will…Continue

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Comment by Nemo on November 29, 2012 at 12:25am

The Three Elixir Fields
Chinese Alchemy
Comment by Nemo on November 29, 2012 at 12:21am
Comment by Nemo on November 25, 2012 at 8:57pm

"We can talk about breath
even manipulate it according to
some scheme or other, but only
when we actually sense it's rhythms
and movements in our own bodies
does it's inexplicable mystery help us
to open to ourselves."

Dennis Lewis
Comment by Nemo on November 10, 2012 at 7:38pm

"Consciousness is a symptom of dis-ease.
All that move well...moves without will.
All skillfulness, all strain, all intention is contrary to ease.
Practice a thousand times and it becomes difficult;
a thousand times a thousand and it becomes easy;
a thousand times a thousand thousand, and it is no longer."

Aleister Crowley
One of the first and most renowned
Western Teachers of Eastern Wisdom
Comment by Hector on October 28, 2012 at 2:32am
Comment by Nemo on October 22, 2012 at 8:42pm

The Golden Pill

"Nourish yourself internally.
In peace, stillness and complete emptiness,
The hidden light of the origin will glow
To illuminate the entire body..."
Lao Tzu

Comment by Nemo on October 21, 2012 at 11:53am

Shaman's Cave

"Where inroads have been made in the bosom of
Mother Earth, the prophets of the Hidden World and
of the wisdom of God love to has only to
think of the part played by interior of mountains
in the life of a Paracelsus, Jacob Boehme ,
Swedenborg, Novalis, Franz von Baader and
so many others..."

Herbert Fritsche

Comment by Nemo on September 24, 2012 at 10:45pm

"From atoms to molecules
From circles to infinitum"

"Endless bonding wishes
are bonded within an atom"
Comment by Nemo on September 18, 2012 at 7:43pm

Tai Chi, the Supreme Ultimate,
the immense absolute
is the expression of the Great Harmony-
the balance and mutual support of
Yin and Yang

Wu Wei Legendary Qi Master
Comment by Nemo on August 30, 2012 at 1:28am

The Lotus and the Rose

The subject was enlightening suffice it to say:
To juxtapose the Lotus and the Rose in a way
We exclude their differences and include their relations
In order to unite the two spiritual nations

The challenge to use not the ear but the heart
And extend our reach so our touch might impart
An appreciation of Air...the cultivation of Chi
And the Art of Moving the primordial sea

Would the Greeks claim this Panacea
And it's dosage employed?
Will the Indian reveal the Prana
Most revered and enjoyed?

Might the Golden Elixir be the Elixir of Life,
Are they alchemically suited like husband and wife?
One claims the former and comes from the East
While the West sees the sun set...but not in the least

What method did they employ to extract the 'nature of air'
What time honored practice of posture or prayer?
But no matter which path we choose to enlist
We must always remember...continue... persist.

A Friend Along The Path

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