Author’s Note: Master Zhao Ming Wang (b. 1966) is a friend of mine who teaches Qianfeng Daoism in Beijing, in the People’s Republic of China
The Chinese ideogram ‘精’ (jing1) dates back to the Seal Characters standardised during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and the Han Dynasties (206 BCE-220 CE)
Original Chinese Language Text By: http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_490a9b4c0102eilt.html (Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) The China Daoist Association was founded on April 12th, 1957. The China Daoist Association was
Alchemy and Hermeticism, in its purest and most logical form, is the nearest Western teaching to that of Chinese transformative Daoism, particularly Alchemy and Hermeticism
Subject: Modern Daoism – Wim Hof Date:Sunday, September 17, 2017 06:33 Dear Q I am always researching the scientific verification of Chinese Daoist technique –
The mind must still be ‘calmed’ before these methods work, regardless of lineage. However, Zhao Bichen considered his main masters to be two Ch’an Buddhist monks (who together passed on the Wu Liu Daoist lineage to him). Their input added the Ch’an method of ‘hua tou’ to the Daoist practice.