Cosmic Healing Way
Daoist Meditation used as medicine; assists to acquire calmness and clarity, Specifically designed to support healing in self and others.
Cosmic Healing Way Of Nourishing Life
In its most basic form, the Cosmic Healing Way Program is: Self-Care Daoist Martial Art & Medicine Classics Evolved.
Dr. Jeff Lan created the program to help both beginners and experts learn and develop skills and abilities by integrating Daoist Qigong and Meditation techniques.
To assist Lifestyles, Work-Life Balance, and Self-Care.
A complete study and practice founded on Daoist principles, which can be found in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Philosophy, and Chinese Martial Arts (Tai Chi Quan & Qigong as defined).
Clarity With Dr. Jeff Lan
Feeling lost, not centered, anxious, stressed, and when you meditate; yet, you are still not connected, and, do not have the sense of being mindful?
One common complaint my patients keep telling me; “I cannot meditate, as I cannot keep still, and, it’s boring to just sit down doing nothing.”
Well; give yourself the chance to learn the Cosmic healing program, be patient and learn without expectation, you will see the Cosmic Healing Way Benefits.
You will learn to understand the Mind Will; Explore your True Heart, Awaken your Lifeforce, Detach from the Five Senses, Observe and Detach from the five Evil stages; Form, Action, Perception, Mind, and Consciousness.
You will embrace the principle and concept of “KeepThe Mind In ONE”, emptiness is one idea; to understand your self-care and self-healing. Connect and understand the Healing Codes.
You will learn how to circulate the Qi in the meridians and collaterals, how to restore Qi to its normal function, and Sink Qi deep into the lower dantian.
To acquire calmness and clarity,
balance heart emotion,
to nourish Qi in the cauldron,
to unify mind will and congenital nature,
to harmonise the three dantians,
transform Jing to Qi to Shen,
unlock the three healing codes,
enhance Qi and blood circulation,
nourishing Yin to control Yang,
harmonising the Element of Fire and water
1. Follow the program step by step to achieve maximum results and benefits.
2. Pay a lot of attention to the basic foundation, do not rush in learning.
3. Empty your cup each day when training
Distinguish between student and instructor:
The student and the instructor course follow the same principle of the course practice but the instructor course has more Qigong patterns to learn and they need to spend 200 hours of intense training per level. The student may choose to advance to elevate others as a coach or remain content in elevating themselves.
Active and Powerful Choices to Gain or Maintain an Optimal Level of Overall Health and Longevity.
In Traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese martial arts, the Daoist philosophy assists with the deeper layers of experiential and intellectual learning processes. In Daoism, the ultimate goal is to let go of organized societies and human constructs, and to become one with nature.
Dao; means the Way or the Path.
The basic idea of the Daoists was to enable people to realize that, since human life is really only a small part of a larger process of nature, the only human actions which ultimately make sense are those which are in accord with the flow of Nature; the Dao or the Way.
Wu Wei; non-doing or doing nothing.
Sounds like a pleasant invitation to relax or worse, fall into laziness or apathy. Yet this concept is key to the noblest kind of action according to the philosophy of Daoism and is at the heart of what it means to follow Dao or The Way.
The 4 principles;
1. Simplicity, patience, compassion.
2. Going with the flow. (When nothing is done, nothing is left undone.)
3. Letting Go. (If you realize that all things change, there is nothing you will try to hold on to.)
Skills & Ability Gain
Understand And Apply Self-Healing
Enhance The Practitioners Healing Ability
Unify The Mind
Congenital Nature and Congenital Life Force
Connecting Jing – Qi – Shen
Understanding Ones Emotion From Negative Energy To Positive Energy
Cultivate And Nourish The Qi
Technical Details On How To Sink The Qi In Lower Dantian
How To Execute Dantian Breathing
While Assuming Postures, Sitting, Standing, or Lying Down, At Work
Understand the Process of Grounding
To Acquire Calmness and Clarity
To Balance Heart Emotion
To Nourish Qi in the Cauldron
To Unify Mind Will and Congenital Nature
Harmonise the Three Dantian
Transform Jing to Qi to Shen
Unlocking The Three Healing Codes
Enhance Qi and Blood Circulation
Nourish Yin to Control Yang
Harmonising Fire and Water
Understanding of the Mind will
Explore your True Heart
Awaken your Life force
Connect the five senses, form, action, perception, mind, and consciousness
Embrace the principle and concept of; Keep The Mind in ONE
Embracing emptiness into a single idea
Understand your personal and client self-care and healing
Circulating Qi in the meridians and collaterals
Restoring Qi to its normal function
Sinking Qi deep into the Lower Dantian