Must have if you’re serious about Chinese meditation. A good companion to “the secret of the golden flower” by Wilhelm’s translation.Published 6 months ago by CCC
I discovered this book around 1999 and practiced it seriously while also getting energy healing from an amazing qigong master in Minnesota. I progressed rapidly. Read morePublished 7 months ago by drew hempel
GOOD STUFF. ONE OF THE BEST. UNBELIEVABLE, MUST READ you must judge for yourself, but I highly recommend it. one two three four five six seven eight. nine!!Published 8 months ago by Fidel Montalvan
I'm very interested in Alchemy.
The information in this book is somewhat esoteric I think.
Appears as though the material is directed at the male gender. Read more
I just received this book in the mail a few days ago and have been reading non stop since. I needed to write this review to let potential buyers know that I'm not too proud to... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jason Klein
I'm fairly well caught up on the terminology in cultivation, and there were still some areas of this book that confused me. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Shine Game
One of the first books on the topic has its value but it is a bit outdated today. Fortunately modern taoist writers (Reid, Chia, Frantzis, Chang, Yang etc. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jiri Vaclavicek
If you are interested in TAOIST INTERNAL ALCHEMY, this book is for you ... If you just want to read a book on TAO, buy something else ...Published 19 months ago by T h e C r i t i c - y e a h , r i g h t
For most people, books are a bigger investment of time, effort, and are a more intimate experience than watching yet another movie. Read morePublished 21 months ago by S. DANIELSON