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    Articles in the category: Inner Alchemy

    Michael Winn
    Inner Alchemy

    Tao Cosmology Diagram

    This diagram from the introduction to my book on WuJi Gong. Since I could never find an adequate Tao Cosmology diagram, I decided to create one myself. This map is what we “dance” when we do WUJI  GONG Primordial Tai Chi/Qigong.

    Michael Winn
    Inner Alchemy

    The Five Forces Shaping Human Soul Patterns & Taoist Inner Alchemy Formulas for Completing One’s Destiny.

    1.ACQUIRED patterns this lifetime (post-natal later heaven) Physical, emotional, sexual and mental experiences that are not completed, often as traumas pretending to be a stuck “past” ego self. Stored in 5 phase & yin-yang patterns by vital organ spirits & meridians. Completed using first alchemy formula (Inner Smile – WuJi Gong – Fusion of 5…

    Andrew Fretwell
    Inner Alchemy

    Inner Alchemy & Destiny (MING)

    Most people think of Inner Alchemy as an esoteric path to enlightenment and even though it is that it, its also deeply practical.. At its heart, it is about balancing spirit and matter. How many of us feel this inner conflict when we say things like “well my heart wants to do this but I…

    Andrew Fretwell
    Inner Alchemy

    The Guest House

    This poem by a great Sufi mystic Rumi beautifully expresses the power and purpose behind all of Inner Alchemy: When we have a strong center, a strong Earth, we can welcome all. In my experience this is really the true purpose of being human. To be able to bring everything into the center, to be…

    Andrew Fretwell
    Inner Alchemy

    Why Inner Alchemy?

    Our physical body is innocent. Because pure consciousness has stepped itself down into the physical dimension it needs a way to interact with the denser slower moving physical world, hence 5 senses that work together,.5 aspects of your soul. Most Indian, Buddhist, or Christian traditions see ego as something bad. Ego must surrender its personal…

    Michael Winn
    Inner Alchemy

    The following is the complete text of an interview with Michael Winn published in The Empty Vessel

    Empty Vessel: Many people are currently familiar with Taoist practices such as taiji quan, qigong and Chinese medicine. But there is a whole other aspect of Taoist cultivation, Taoist spiritual work, which is often referred to as internal alchemy. Perhaps we can begin by talking a little bit about what this internal alchemy really is.…