March 12, 2009 at 10:44 pm #30833
I hope to be certified as a Healing Tao Instructor soon. I made a web site for when I start teaching and later a healing practice. I would love your feed back. I found it to be really help full to write about the fundamentals and fusion. There are so many ways to talk about them but I think I did a pretty good job.
http://www.triangletao.comMarch 12, 2009 at 11:25 pm #30834
Nice website. It has a lot of good energy.
The different sections of your webpage are a fun read, and
are quite good I think.
Is that you hugging the old Chinese man on the formula page?
Ironic you made a webpage, as I just started making one
myself a couple days ago, LOL.
From what I know about you,
I think you’ll make a great Healing Tao instructor!
Are you going to any upcoming workshops?
P.S. On your main page, at the top and title you have
a typo in the word triangle you may want to change.March 13, 2009 at 12:25 am #30836
Looks great! It seems that there are now a number of people that have had similar experiences with Michael, and the resonance with his methods are beginning to grow.
I have also been teaching fundamentals for a number of years privately and in the last few in a community center, and have been designing/collecting ideas for a website as well.
It looks like you used one of those Joomla templates…did you design it yourself? I have talked to a few people that do website design, but have been waiting to set it up because of cost. Hopefully can get started on it soon! It’s great to be part of a growing community of like-minded practitioners.March 13, 2009 at 12:49 am #30838
Congratulations, well done and thanks on taking your path. Over all it is a very nice website. Of course if there is more you can add the better, maybe beef up the FAQ.
At first glance I would recommend two changes and one update. One, where are you? If I wanted to take one of your classes I wouldn’t know if you are in Alaska or Florida. Second, artistically even though the title and pictures at the tops of pages are nice the coloring, font etc. isn’t very differentiating so it washes together with the rest of the body of the page. It reminds me of web pages that are using the same basic template and just put up quickly, ie. (http://www.trademe.com/). Lastly the Formula 1 (Traditional Chinese Medicine) page just has a picture, without any text, etc. Again congratulations and good luck.
PS In the articles and links page, the link for Taoist Models of Hun and Po, Part One and Part Two By David Twicken doesn’t work.March 13, 2009 at 4:04 am #30840
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Yes I plan on taking Fusion from a teaching perspective. This march. I might take fusion 3/Iron shirt3 with David Twickens this summer for my Instructor certification. I need a Iron shirt training session to complete my training. If I can get my Iron shirt and certification before this summer I will most likely take greater Kan & Li.March 13, 2009 at 2:27 pm #30844
My web site is Cheap, hosting was very cheep. I would recommend Go Daddy or Microsoft live. I used Word Press then a Template, after which I can change pictures and logos easily as needed with out being charged to do so. Pay Pal makes adding payment option very easy.March 13, 2009 at 2:29 pm #30846
Fixed the links, thanks for the heads up. You say you only see pictures or one picture in my Formula 1 section? I am using fire fox and it works fine for me.March 13, 2009 at 2:50 pm #30848
Well, I’ll see you there then.
I’m retaking both Fusion workshops with Michael this spring,
and I’ll be bookstore manager again at the retreats.
I can recommend David Twicken’s course.
I took it last year, and it’s a good course.
Oh, by the way, I’ve added your webpage as a link
on my webpage. 🙂March 13, 2009 at 2:51 pm #30850March 14, 2009 at 1:50 am #30852
I am using IE 8 beta RC1. I disabled my firewall, and was in IE 7 compatibility mode. The only thing that I see on Formula 1 are the words, “Life is Funer when you know the Fundamentals” and a picture. I am guessing there is more to the page but maybe not?March 14, 2009 at 12:05 pm #30854March 14, 2009 at 12:30 pm #30856
No.March 14, 2009 at 1:20 pm #30858
When I use Firefox 3.0.7 (my default browser), there is
no problem. The menu bar on the left is intact, and there
is a scroll bar on the right side that allows me to scroll
down several pages of text.
HOWEVER, when I use Internet Explorer 7.0.5, which is basically
what you are using, I see what you see. Namely, there is NO
scroll bar, and the menu bar on the left disappears.
I don’t know why there is a problem in IE; could be due to the
way the page was created with whatever webpage creation software
that Julian uses. This is the problem with fancy HTML code that
a lot of web software packages use; it’s not uniform across
browser platforms. I’m not sure Julian will know how to fix the
problem, unless he tries to republish his page using a different
software package–or unless he types up the hypertext markup language
by scratch like what I’m doing to create my page 🙂
In the meantime, try Firefox.
SMarch 14, 2009 at 5:58 pm #30860
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