Chi Nei Tsang delay until 3rd & 4th October

Chi Nei Tsang Training Weekend

The Chi Nei Tsang training weekend is delayed to 3rd and 4th October.
After much thought and appreciation of the risks involved, I have come to the conclusion that I must delay the weekend 4th and 5th April to October 3rd and 4th.

It’s not that there will be anyone attending who actually has the virus! I am confident that you will have taken good care of yourself, but to minimise the risk I have decided on this delay.

I hope that by the time this weekend comes round in October that the powers-that-be have taken the measures to prevent spread.

Again, I’m very sorry to have taken this measure, but I’m sure you will understand.

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From Hunter to Healer, in the Year of the Golden Rat!

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From Hungry Rat to Positive Healer

From 4th to 5th April 2020, 10.30 to 5.30, Sign Up Now!

Chi Nei Tsang – Taoist Healing – Hara Shiatsu 

by Kris Deva North

Chi Nei Tsang, a branch of Taoist medicine, was introduced to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia. It is a method for releasing the toxic winds of emotional energy, which can be either the cause or effect of sickness.

Energy blockages arising from organ obstructions and congestion in the abdomen can result in knots and tangles at the centre of the body’s vital functions, impeding the flow of Qi, the life-force or bioelectromagnetic field described by Deepak Chopra as energy-intelligence. Emotions such as fear, anger, anxiety, depression and worry are related to different organs. When the Qi of an internal organ is in a state of imbalance, it emanates toxic wind. Diagnosing the energetic condition, the Chi Nei Tsang practitioner uses intention and touch to influence the participant’s Qi and “chase the winds”.

Wind is an energetic vibration which, whether toxic or the vital source of life, enters the being through the “mountains”, which include the pointed bones of the nose, coccyx, fingers, toes, knees and elbows. Winds drain out through “marshes” such as the anus, vagina, eye of the penis, pores of the skin, mouth, armpits, backs of knees and front of elbows. The mouth, navel, palm, sole and perineum are among the two-way conduits. A practitioner disperses or directs winds through marsh or mountain, often using supplementary meridians or points.

When obstructed the internal organs store unhealthy energies than can overflow into other systems and manifest as negative emotions and sickness. In search of an outlet these toxic energies create a cycle of negativity and stress, festering in the organs and overflowing into the abdomen, the body’s garbage dump. The energetic centre of the body at the navel becomes congested and cut off from the rest of the body.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR of the GOLDEN RAT!

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We are entering the Year of the Golden Rat, starting today, 25th January 2020, ending on February 11th 2021.

The Year will be a year of new beginnings! A Year of Renewal, opportunities for finding true love and earning more money. 2020 is going to be successful! 
After 2019, a year full of unpredictable situations in love matters, 2020 is going to be more peaceful. Thus, your love life enters a harmonious path, and communication helps to maintain it.

Rats are clever, quick thinkers; successful, but content with living a quiet and peaceful life.  Optimistic and energetic, people born in the Rat year are likable by all.

According to myth, the Jade Emperor said the Order of Animals would be decided by the order in which they arrived to his party. The Rat tricked the Ox into giving him a ride. Then, just as they arrived at the finish line, Rat jumped down and landed ahead of Ox, becoming first.

In Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. Because of their reproduction rate, married couples also prayed to them for children.

Men born in the Rat year are clever and adapt quickly to new environments. They are creative, great at taking advantage of opportunities.

Women born in the Rat year are traditional. They love keeping things organized and place great value on the family.

Most compatible with Rat:  Rat’s fixed Earthly Branch is water, while Ox is earth. They complement and help one another in both work and life.  Couples that are formed from Rat and Dragon will be able to understand each other well, and enjoy success together.  Similar to Dragons, Monkeys get along great with Rats, and tend to live happily ever after like a fairy tale.

Least compatible with Rat: The Earthly Branches of Rat and Horse clash strongly. No matter what a Rat does, it won’t be enough for the Horse.  Goats are attracted to Rat’s wealth and hope to control it, making it a rocky relationship.  The Rabbit will either purposely or unintentionally go against the Rat’s wishes, while the Rat can only keep silent.

The Chinese say that nothing scares Luck more than when you doubt it. In turn, those who show enthusiasm and act quickly will be able to ensure their success.

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Meditation in Motion – TAI CHI for All!

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Tai Chi – with Kris Deva North, Senior Instructor of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain.

Next Weekday Course is 9th January 2020 for seven Thursdays, ending on 20th February.
7pm to 8.30pm at Melvin Hall Community Centre, Melvin Road SE20 8EU

£11 per class, or £57 for the course
Join anytime!

I don’t know if you have noticed that people who do Tai Chi seem to stand straighter yet more relaxed, move more easily with a kind of fluid grace? Have you wondered why, and how? Well, Tai Chi combines fitness, flexibility, and effective ways to manage stress while at the same time giving a fantastic energy boost!

Taoists consider Tai Chi as one of the highest forms of Moving Meditation, harmonising Yang and Yin, and Qigong as Standing Meditation, for grounding and rooting. Together they combine fitness, flexibility, and effective ways to manage stress while at the same time giving a fantastic energy boost!

Now you can have this too when you come on by to combine Moving Meditations for Fitness + Flexibility, Build Confidence, Recapture Lost Energy, Turn Stress Into Vitality, Inner Strength for Inner Peace!

Join here!

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Healing Light of the Tao + Taoist Tantra

A very special Deal to enhance your Festive Season!

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Healing Light of the Tao

Healing Light of the Tao presents more advanced methods of chi cultivation, offering a full understanding of Taoist spiritual theory. Includes more advanced meditation methods for absorbing the higher frequencies of Earth Force, Cosmic Force, and Universal Force (Heavenly chi). It establishes a spiritual science that emphasizes practical benefits to health, sexual vitality, and emotional balance.
This book teaches how to heal yourself by pulsing Chi through the key points of the body, relax and smile your way to enlightenment with the Cosmic Inner Smile, redirect sexual passion into a loving heart and speed your spiritual growth, quickly energize any meditation with Spinal Chi Kung warm-ups.

This manual shows how to circulate the life-force or Chi in a simple loop up the spine and down the front acupuncture channels of the body. Balancing these yang (male) and yin (female) currents of bio-energy is the most direct path to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.  (Retail £23.00)

Taoist Tantra

Guiding you gently through Taoist Tantric Love techniques – 69 minutes of Earthly Bliss and Heavenly O…All human sex is sacred in the union of Yang, the Force of Heaven, with Yin, the Power of Earth. Understanding the physical orgasm enables experience of the spiritual orgasm. By consciously guiding your love-energy in the small heavenly cycle you can grasp the moment of sexual climax and generate the experience of subtle clear light, or Union with the Tao, the Divine Love. (Retail £9.97)

The Deal

Buy both these items for … £11.00, yes, that’s eleven pounds!    BUT…there are only 7 copies available of the book! So make your decision now and tell me by 14th December.  I will get them to you right away. krisdevanorth@gmail.com

 

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TAI CHI for All

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With Kris Deva North, Senior Instructor of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain.

Next Weekday Course is 9th January 2020 for seven Thursdays, ending on 20th March.
7pm to 8.30pm at Melvin Hall Community Centre, Melvin Road SE20 8EU

£11 per class, or £57 for the course
Join anytime!

I don’t know if you have noticed that people who do Tai Chi seem to stand straighter yet more relaxed, move more easily with a kind of fluid grace? Have you wondered why, and how? Well, Tai Chi combines fitness, flexibility, and effective ways to manage stress while at the same time giving a fantastic energy boost!

Taoists consider Tai Chi as one of the highest forms of Moving Meditation, harmonising Yang and Yin, and Qigong as Standing Meditation, for grounding and rooting. Together they combine fitness, flexibility, and effective ways to manage stress while at the same time giving a fantastic energy boost!

Now you can have this too when you come on by to combine Moving Meditations for Fitness + Flexibility, Build Confidence, Recapture Lost Energy, Turn Stress Into Vitality, Inner Strength for Inner Peace!

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Chi Nei Tsang – Last Places Available!

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Chi Nei Tsang – Taoist Massage – Hara Shiatsu

Training weekend – 5th & 6th October 2019

There are just Two places remaining for this weekend.  Make sure you book now!  £197 to start you off on this 2-year journey, personally taught by Taoist Master Kris Deva North.

Chi Nei Tsang – probably the closest you can get to psychic surgery without doing psychic surgery.

Stress relief, energy boost, detoxification, deep relaxation, emotional balance, improved breathing and digestion, health maintenance, pain management, care and maintenance of the vital organs: …just some of the holistic benefits seen in Chi Nei Tsang – Taoist Massage – Hara Shiatsu, the amazing, powerful, hands-on natural therapy brought to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia.

Mantak Chia shared his knowledge and qualified Kris Deva North, already a Zen Shiatsu Master, as Senior Teacher. Kris founded the Chi Nei Tsang Institute and Healing Tao Centre where he developed CNT Practitioner Training , the structured training program leading to recognised UK qualification.

In this hands-on first weekend you can learn enough to integrate the principles and techniques with your own practice, or take a first step in your practitioner training, or simply spend an enjoyable weekend meeting new people, making new friends, and learning a highly effective and practical new skill you can use to help friends, family – and yourself! Yes, the CNT self-massage can show as many benefits as doing it on others. You don’t have to be ill to feel better!

Learn more and Sign Up!

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