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Pi gu chi kung : inner alchemy energy fasting

Author: Mantak Chia; Christine Harkness-Giles
Publisher: Rochester, Vermont : Destiny Books, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Pi gu is an ancient Taoist method of fasting for spiritual and healing purposes. The practice centers on a simple diet of fruits, teas, nuts, and eggs paired with special chewing techniques and chi kung exercises. Chia and Harkness-Giles explain the pi gu diet, provide immortality tea recipes, detail the pi gu chewing exercises, and illustrate the corresponding chi kung energy exercises. Elimination of toxins and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mantak Chia; Christine Harkness-Giles
ISBN: 9781620554258 1620554259
OCLC Number: 963918899
Notes: Originally published in Thailand in 2014 by Universal Healing Tao Publications
Description: x, 150 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Putting pi gi chi kung into practice --
Introduction --
Pi gu theory --
Pi gu in the darkroom --
Changing your diet through the pi gu experience --
Introducing pi gu chi kung --
Chewing --
Chi --
Stomach shrinking --
Golden elixir --
Conclusion : using pi gu to reset the body's wisdom
Other Titles: Inner alchemy energy fasting
Responsibility: Mantak Chia and Christine Harkness-Giles

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A step-by-step guide to the Taoist fasting practice of Pi Gu.  Read more...

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