September 18, 2010 at 10:14 am #35382
I have practised Tai Chi and Dao Yin for some 25 years and have taught from my own school for 15 years. About 8 years ago I discovered a new form of breathing which has become an internal form of tai chi for me. I have been developing this ever since and called the system – Holographic Breathing. I have made Free audio seminars and lectures to help people learn this, they available as free downloads from my web site. To find these google holographic breathing. If you try it let me know what you think.September 25, 2010 at 5:53 am #35383
I have had quite a few messages from this post so I feel to mention that there is an interesting article which tells of my journey discovering this breathing system. It also describes the holography of the body and how this breathing unfolds through these different physical and energetic systems. The link is – http://www.holographic-breathing.com/the-journey-of-holographic-breathing
There is an audio version which is similar to this and was recorded at the global Inspiration Conference this is on the free seminar page. Also on the free seminar page you can learn this breathing from free audio seminars.
This breathing brings a depth of experience which I have not come across before it feels like every cell is breathing in a very real and physical way. It is also very gentle and natural. I hope you enjoy and if you do, I would be interested in your feed back.October 22, 2010 at 5:22 am #35385
may people have mentioned that Tai Chi and many forms of martial arts are already internal.
you are right I will change what I have said – “(for me) holographic Breathing was like a new internal Tai Chi)”.
I had been doing and teaching tai chi for over 25 years, and around the turn of the century I went down with Lyme’s disease. After a while my body became to weak and painful to practise any more. Also to compound the problem as I had about twelve classes a week I carried on teaching passed the point when I should have stopped. I did not know what was wrong with me, I thought I may recover quickly.
through this time me body could not take the strain of low positions through the sacrum and this badly strained the ligaments there. These positions and exercises would have normally been OK if I had not had this disease.
Anyway my life crumbled as I became more fatigued and my immune system broke down. Then I started to discover Holographic Breathing. Firstly it started to cure me of the Lyme’s disease and secondly (to me) It was like doing tai chi with out having to move. I could feel and see the energies moving through my body and different energies systems in a similar way as I would with tai chi or dao yin.
I spent my time investigating this new breathing system and watching the energies unravel. Amazingly after about six months the Lyme’s disease no longer showed up in any tests and my health was recovering. I did go back and use this breathing in free style chi kung but mainly my life had changed and I had moved into enjoying and mainly working with holographic breathing. This became my new occupation and has been ever since.
Holographic Breathing can be used with Tai Chi and soft movement but it is important that the movement runs at the speed of the breath, rather than the breath following the movement. that is the problem with using it in different forms if there is a set speed and the breathing follows that.
But it is a great compliment to internal and external arts when used as a meditation or with just soft freestyle motion or forms as long as it is OK to change the speed to follow your natural breath.
There are free audio seminar to learn Holographic Breathing at http://www.holographic-breathing.com
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