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Transformation to Come 0

Transformation to Come

The practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts, the sequence of all movements or a few foundation exercises, allows me to center myself, regain focus, come back to the present moment […]
Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Regular Practice 0

Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Regular Practice

Losing brain function is not just about disease and decline, it’s about a person. Worldwide, at least 44 million people are living with some form of dementia. Alzheimer’s brings loss of memory, and other aspects of cognitive function that are profoundly life changing. Fortunately, research shows that being physically active can reduce the risk, or […]
Cultivating Healthy Habits 0

Cultivating Healthy Habits

Living with agoraphobia and social anxiety as I do, the regular virtual meetings along with my daily Taoist Tai Chi® practice have become an extremely vital part of managing my mental health and  staying positive and balanced. I find great strength and resilience in connecting with Fung Loy Kok Institute of TaoismTM  through teachings, encouragement […]
Taoism and the North Star 0

Taoism and the North Star

The Northern Dipper (Big Dipper) points to the North Star (Polaris). In Taoism the North Star is at the centre of cycles of change in the sky, in the universe, and in people.  It is still and the whole sky turns around it. In Taoism, and in the Northern Dipper Scripture in particular, the North […]
Moments of Great Unity and Harmony 0

Moments of Great Unity and Harmony

I like the virtual reunions on Saturday morning, the ones of 1000 participants from the Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism, during which we chant for the world. Kneeling in front of my computer, I share with everyone this moment of great unity and harmony. All I have to do is participate in these chants […]
Happy New Year! 0

Happy New Year!

Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism wishes everyone a Happy New Year! May 2021 bring peace and joy to the world. L’ Institute de Taoïsme Fung Loy Kok souhaite à tous une bonne année! Que l’année 2021 apporte la paix et la joie au monde.
Harmonizing with Constant Transformation and Change 0

Harmonizing with Constant Transformation and Change

Taoism, and the Northern Dipper Sutra in particular, incorporates the idea of harmonizing with constant transformation and change. These rhythms of life and of our Taoist Tai Chi® practice relate to the cycles of nature. Everything is moving and changing and yet does not need to be chaotic. There is consistency, balance and stability in […]
Season’s Greetings 0

Season’s Greetings

We hope that everyone in the world finds peace, love and joy, despite these difficult times. Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism sends season’s greetings and best wishes to all.
Northern Dipper Scripture 0

Northern Dipper Scripture

The Northern Dipper Scripture is an ancient text chanted for the health and longevity of the living, to increase blessings and to disperse disasters. It is especially helpful for occasions such as birthdays and is chanted on the full and new moon. Much of it is a message from Lord Lao (Laozi, Lao-Tzu) to the […]
Our Precious Arts 0

Our Precious Arts

For several months I have joined the Saturday Chanting sessions for the World, Festival Chanting on other days and taken part in a weekly, local, Chanting practise session. Like my individual Taoist Tai Chi® arts practise, Chanting has become a daily endeavour, one I cannot imagine not being part of my being. I find as […]
Balance, Identifying Worry, and Listening 0

Balance, Identifying Worry, and Listening

When I joined the Saturday chanting sessions last May, I was looking to remain connected with   Taoist Tai Chi® arts and our participants. But, with the chanting and discussions that followed, I realized there was so much more. The continued focus on self-practice was a concept I had never considered. I preferred to practice with […]
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