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Curriculum

These are the core teachings of Wudang Chun Yang Daoist Gong Fu. We consider all of the arts and areas of study as one integrated path of cultivation.

DAOIST SCRIPTURE RECITATION, INCANTATION, AND PERCUSSION

Introduction to Daoist Ceremony, specifically the recitation of the Morning Scripture and it’s musical accompaniment.

 

Zao Wan Gong Ke includes some of the major Daoist texts such as Qing Jing Jing (Scripture of Purity and Stillness), Ba Da Shen Zhou (Eight Spirit Mantras), and Xin Yin Miao Jing (Jade Emperors Heart Seal Classic). 

 

More information on scriptures at Five Immortals Temple

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CHUN YANG YANG SHENG XIU SHEN GONG

Pure Yang Life Cultivating Body Repairing Gong- theses are simple restorative movements that replenish the qi within the body, detox old and stagnant qi and blood, increase vitality, lubricate the joints, release endocrine fluids, strengthen the fascia, tendons, and bones, as well as increase general immune and adrenal function. 

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Sitting Meditation

Stillness Cultivation is most fundamental of all Daoist Arts to cultivate Essence, Qi and Spirit. Our practice as a collective will allow us to establish a solid routine, so as to restore and accumulate Qi, stabilize in Stillness, purify the Heart-Mind and open Innate Wisdom. We will also explore collective practice methods specifically designed to enhance and accelerate one’s Healing.

The Qing Jing Jing is a foundational Scriptures of the Daoist lineages, similar to the Heart Sutra in Buddhism.  It is of profound significance as a guidance for spiritual cultivation. We will study the Scripture in Chinese and its meaning, and learn the recitation method to be able to chant it during the Morning Scriptures Ceremony.

Kung Fu Basics

Low stances, kicks, striking, blocking, strength training, conditioning, flexibility, coordination, repetition and transformation of physiology through traditional kung fu methods.

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QI GONG

Morning standing meditation, Marrow Washing, Sun Gazing and more.

BIG DIPPER BODY PROTECTION

Through specific breathing and Dao Yin methods, the practitioner is enabled to reach harmony of one’s own energetic field with the universe’s force field. Following set routines for an extended period of time the student will achieve increased internal strength, resistance to external attacks and effective self-defense, as well as tonify internal health and balance.

TAI JI FA JIN BASICS

Through Tai Ji fa jin basics we practice the components of spiral and wave power which can be applied martially and increase bone density, strengthen tendon and fascia.  These methods of emitting power can also be applied to other martial styles, kung fu basics, and ba gua.

WUDANG FIVE DRAGON
BIG DIPPER BA GUA

We will cover basic circle walking stepping methods, the sacred patterns, Daoist theory, and begin to learn the 8 steps of Chun Yang Sect’s Ba Bu Long Xin Zhang form.  This is not only a martial art but also a ceremony and healing practice.  To read more about Ba Gua from the Five Immortals Temple website click here.

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Additional Subjects

  • ​Heavenly Horse Tai Chi 36

  • Chun Yang Sword

  • Wudang Shan Zi

  • Ba Gua – Eight Step Dragon Heart Palm

  • Basic TCM Theory and Daoist Healing Methods: five element theory, tui na massage, cupping therapy, gua sha, fire healing, moxibustion, herbs, liniments

  • Self Training

  • Daoist Alchemy Concepts

  • Personal Sacred Area

  • Caretaking the Land

  • Shelter

  • Fire by Friction

  • Edible and Medicinal Plants

  • Archery

  • Stalking and Movement

  • Blindfolded Martial Training

  • Connecting with the Earth

  • Essence of Ceremony

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