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Recommended for beginners: Fan Teng Gong. Then, for interested persons: Nei Jing Gong. This course is a complement to the weekend courses.

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Fan Teng Gong

Fan Teng Gong is a form of qigong from the Daoist and Buddhist traditions. Fan Teng Gong can be translated as “method allowing ordinary people to fly to heaven”. It is a form of qigong that can be learnt by young and old, people without or with health problems. The only requirement is willingness to take the time to practise... Beginners can feel the effects of a more intense flow of qi in the body in the first few minutes of practice: tingling or a swollen feeling in the hands, warming up of the body or (temporary) phenomena such as cold hands or feet.
Fan Teng Gong works in the following ways:
improving the circulation of qi,
absorbing pure cosmic qi,
dissolving blockages of qi and discharging ill or spent qi.
The exercises produce a lot of inner warmth, blood and qi circulate well and you feel refreshed.
According to Chinese medicine, when blood and qi circulate well in the body, illness seldom occurs. Spent qi cannot settle in the body and thus the foundations of a stable condition of health are laid.
Fan Teng Gong comprises a total of 14 exercises: ten main exercises to regulate qi and strengthen the body; two exercises to discharge spent qi, cleansing the body; and two exercises to absorb qi.
Each of the main exercises builds upon the last. The effects become more intense from exercise to exercise, in step with the increasing capability of the body to accept and digest the increased circulation of qi. The exercises to absorb qi further increase the amount of qi in the body.
The exercises to discharge spent qi are beneficial for people with health problems as well as people working in a therapeutic field, who absorb spent qi from their clients which can accumulate and manifest itself as an illness at a later date.
The exercises to absorb qi increase the amount of qi in the body, which becomes effective in the main exercises.
It is the position of the body and the hands which stimulate the circulation of qi in Fan Teng Gong. In this way, the circulation of qi can become a biological function and effective even when not practising qigong, ie during the day or while sleeping.
In addition to the exercises practised standing, Fan Teng Gong has a sitting meditation with a specific hand posture to complement the practice.
The Energy Field and the Exercises to Absorb Energy from the Sun and Moon are also complementary to Fan Teng Gong. They are offered in separate courses with Edith Guba.
Permission to teach Fan Teng Gong may be given after Nei Jing Gong 2 has been practised in its completion so that future teachers not only have the ability to pass on this (easy to learn) form of qigong, but also are able support the people in their courses with effective and safe transmissions of qi.
The form of Fan Teng Gong taught at the school is called Dao Yuan Fang Teng Gong. This term may be used by recognised teachers from the Dao Yuan School.

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Nei Jing Gong

Nei Jing Gong comes from the Buddhist tradition. It is attributed to Da Mo (the Indian monk Boddidharma), who came from Bhutan to China and is renowned for meditating facing a wall for nine years to attain enlightenment. Da Mo is said to have passed on this form of qigong to the monks in the Shaolin monastery.
Nei Jing Gong has three parts and can lead to mastery in qigong. Regular practice of Nei Jing Gong develops the ability to send out qi effectively. It also develops latent potentials.
Nei Jing Gong is practised standing. The fingers move in different ways in each exercise, activating the circulation of qi in the meridians which end or begin in the fingers. The order of finger movements produces different energetic results.
In their beginning stages all forms of qigong improve the health of the practitioner - further aims can only be attained with the foundation of good health. Nei Jing Gong 1 stabilises and strengthens the physical condition.
Nei Jing Gong 2 works with the quantity of qi accumulated in the body. It is also practised standing as in Nei Jing Gong 1. Nei Jing Gong 2 develops the quantity of available qi in differing modifications. Just as in Nei Jing Gong 1, the exercises are practised standing. Unlike Nei Jing Gong 1, in which the exercises are all practised in a stance with the feet shoulder-width apart, you find many different basic postures in Nei Jing Gong 2. Each of these exercises has specific finger movements and develops different possibilities of emitting qi, each one building upon the last in a logical way.
Nei Jing Gong 3 refines the quality of emitted qi.
Nei Jing Gong is at the core of the qigong training at the Dao Yuan School. The theoretical fundamentals of Chinese philosophy are also introduced in these courses, as well as several applications of the abilities developed by the practice of Nei Jing Gong.
The practice of Nei Jing Gong 2 in its entirety is obligatory for gaining permission to teach Fan Teng Gong and other forms of qigong from the Dao Yuan School. People in therapeutic and medical professions, in particular doctors of Chinese medicine, can also enhance their work with this qigong.
The form of Nei Jing Gong taught at the School is called Dao Yuan Nei Jing Gong.

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