Falun Gong: Principles And Exercises For Perfect Health And Enlightenment
Falun Gong: Principles and Exercises for Perfect Health and Enlightenment
BANNED IN CHINA In April of 1999, over 10,000 people suddenly appeared in the leadership compound of the Chinese government in Beijing. For 12 hours, they stood in silent vigil, protesting mistreatment by the authorities. Hours later, they left as quickly and quietly as they had appeared. Who were those people and what caused them to participate in the largest demonstration since the Tiananmen Square in 1989? They were, of course, practitioners of Falun Gong; a practical philosophy rooted in an ancient oral tradition. It is a philosophy that stresses the necessity of integrating high ethical standards and physical well-being reflecting the Buddhist, Taoist, and qigong traditions of ancient Chinese culture. At present, there are an estimated 100 million practitioners of Falung Gong in China (making it nearly twice the size of the Chinese Communist Party) and an ever-growing number of practitioners in the West. In short, it is a significant movement that has had a profound influence on people throughout the world. This essential guide and introduction to Falun Gong includes 22 photos of the essential Falun Gong exercises. With clarity and precision, Li Hongzhi explores a variety of topics including: - The true nature of qigong. - Falun Gong's relation to qigong and Buddhism. - The true meaning of integrated cultivation of mind and body - The origins, meaning, and genuine elimination of illness - How to practice Falun Gong exercises. This is the essential book for Falun Gong practitioners, qigong practitioners, and anyone interested in self-improvement.
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