Grand Master Mantak Chia's Education Center, Health, Spa & Resort in Chiang Mai Thailand

Grand Master Mantak Chia's Education Center, Health, Spa & Resort in Chiang Mai Thailand

Grand Master Mantak Chia is the creator of the Healing Tao, Tao Yoga, Universal Healing Tao© System and the director of the Universal Healing Tao© Center and Tao Garden Health Spa & Resort in the beautiful northern countryside of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Since childhood, he has been studying the Taoist approach to life. His mastery of this ancient knowledge, enhanced by his study of other disciplines, has resulted in the development of the Healing Tao & Universal Healing Tao© Systems of natural health, which is now being taught throughout the world.

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Just smile ?

Just smile ?

The Inner Smile is a powerful relaxation and self-healing technique that uses the energies of love, happiness, kindness and gentleness as a medium to communicate with organs of the body.

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6 Healing Sounds - Taoist Vibrational Healing

Not only the ancient Tao masters knew that music and sound have great healing potential. In all cultures, shamans and medicine men accompanied the treatment of the sick with rhythm, songs and dances. "The ear is the entrance to the soul" is the popular saying. It was Grand Master Mantak Chia who significantly popularized the Six Healing Sounds in the West. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the 5 yin organs of heart, lungs, kidneys, liver and spleen are a life-sustaining whole to which the Six Healing Sounds refer.

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Nutrition - The act of balance

Nutrition - The act of balance

Chinese medicine understands digestion as a continuous process of extracting chi from food. In Chinese dietetics, foods are classified according to their energetic properties and their effect on the body. Food is used in TCM nutrition to harmonise deficiency or excess states of yin and yang in the body.

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What does the Universal Healing Tao<sup>©</sup> have to do with Feng Shui?  - Very much!!!

What does the Universal Healing Tao© have to do with Feng Shui? - Very much!!!

Both systems are based on the observations of many wise people already from thousands of years ago, who found out that it is important for the development and health of us humans to live in harmony with nature and its laws. Feng means wind and Shui means water. With the term wind is meant the change, the movement. And water represents the origin of life.

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More often, longer, better - methods for a multiorgasmic life

More often, longer, better - methods for a multiorgasmic life

From a Taoist perspective, relationships that begin through predominantly sexual attraction lose some of their attractiveness to the man with each ejaculation. However, if a couple practices the Taoist practices of Healing Love, this not only maintains mutual attractiveness, but also has an impact on health. Sexual disorders such as premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, impotence, prostate and menstrual problems, organ dysfunction and hormonal fluctuations can be alleviated, if not resolved.

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Being a human - from self-understanding to consciousness

This text is intended to help readers to take up the content and, depending on their interest, to pursue the individual concepts in greater depth. If we look at the history of humankind, we see that the first phases of humanity were characterised by people experiencing themselves as part of nature and the universe.

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Awaken your Tan Tien

Awaken your Tan Tien

Tan Tien Chi Kung is the art of chi accumulation and storage in the Lower Tan Tien, the energetic focus of the human being. In Taoist practice, attention is drawn to this region to connect vitality and invigorating spirit.

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Iron Shirt I - Rooting practice

Iron Shirt I - Rooting practice

Iron Shirt Chi Kung is one of the martial arts aspects of the Universal Healing Tao© System that develops inner strength and a well-conditioned body. Through simple techniques, CHI is built and stored. Regular Iron Shirt practice builds a body that is relaxed and open, strong, healthy and structurally connected to the forces of Heaven and Earth. 'Opening' the Joints.

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Chi Nei Tsang<sup>©</sup> I - Organ Detox

Chi Nei Tsang© I - Organ Detox

Chi Nei Tsang© (CNT) is one of the most effective, therapeutic massage techniques in Eastern medicine. By using special techniques to massage tissues and organs and expel diseased energies or winds, Chi Nei Tsang© can help people restore and maintain their health. Ultimately, Chi Nei Tsang© serves the goal of liberating oneself physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

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Chi Nei Tsang© II - Pump and push sick winds away

Chi Nei Tsang© is a traditional Taoist form of healing hand therapy applied to the abdomen and body to stimulate and mobilise muscles, connective tissue, organs and systems (lymphatic, circulatory and nervous system) in the abdomen. Chi Nei Tsang© II is taught as the second training level (of a total of 5 levels in Chi Nei Tsang©) of the Universal Healing Tao© System according to Mantak Chia.

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Chi Nei Tsang<sup>©</sup> III Tok Sen - Vibrational Medicine 5000 Years Ago

Chi Nei Tsang© III Tok Sen - Vibrational Medicine 5000 Years Ago

Tok Sen means "reactivating of energy lines" in Thai, in other words: it is a technique to release blocked Chi and bring it back into flow. Physically applied vibrations and sound impulses are used to work deeply on the fasciae, muscles and tendons. These energy lines, called meridians in traditional Chinese Medicine, are understood as "zones of lower resistance" in the material body, in which the life force Chi (Qi) flows. Blockages in these energy lines are considered to cause illness.

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Cosmic Healing I The Way of Chi - The Practice of the Buddha Palm

Cosmic Healing I The Way of Chi - The Practice of the Buddha Palm

An important part of Cosmic Chi Kung is the cultivation of self-healing abilities in order to use them for oneself and thus for the community. As a true disciple of the Tao, the student begins by learning about himself and the possibilities of inner cultivation. Like all methods handed down in Taoist tradition, Cosmic Chi Kung is not based on a belief system, but the values and emphasis are meant to be "experienced" by everyone.

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Cosmic Healing II Astral Healing - Taoist Shamanism

Cosmic Healing II Astral Healing - Taoist Shamanism

Cosmic Healing II is about connecting the body with the five elemental forces of nature, the moon and the sun, the planets, the stars, galaxies and other celestial phenomena. This is a continuation of UHT Cosmic Healing I in the Universal HEALING TAO System according to Grand Master Mantak Chia, but can also be taken on its own.

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What is a Cosmic Network

What is a Cosmic Network

Introduction By connecting with our Higher Self, Grand Master Chia demonstrates the building and use of a spiritual network. Sharing the Taoist virtues in this network is direct spiritual action, the gain in mental and spiritual power flushes and fills the energetic depots in our physical body.

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What is Golden Elixir Chi Kung?

What is Golden Elixir Chi Kung?

In the Taoist tradition, the Elixir Qigong was considered one of the last secrets that a master passes on to his students before his passing. Grand Master Mantak Chia makes this precious knowledge public without restriction and conveys complex practices in his inimitably humorous way in an understandable way.

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Awaken Your Inner Alchemy - FUSION of the 5 Elements

Awaken Your Inner Alchemy - FUSION of the 5 Elements

Taoist alchemy - the "Chymical Wedding" in ancient China The "Fusion of the 5 Elements" is one of the most important practices of inner alchemy. It is considered the "jewel" of Taoist meditations because of its great effectiveness in transforming disharmonious emotions. The exercises promote inner strength and self-determination. Nothing knocks us down so quickly - calmness and centredness come more easily. It is a powerful mental training that increases our ability to remember and concentrate, the act of balance. Fusion also serves energetic self-protection and is especially useful for those who work a lot with other people.

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The Taoist Soul Body - Lesser Kan and Li

At the turn of the millennium, the West has become familiar with different Eastern practices such as martial arts, acupuncture, herbology, massage, nutrition, sexology, and Qigong. Teachers of different beliefs and abilities have taken bits and pieces of Eastern knowledge and art and put them in a new package and introduced it to the West. Some teachers even offer instant expertise, wisdom, and peace of mind. There are, of course, authentic masters who have devoted their lives to the study and practice of different Eastern arts and disciplines, but unfortunately, they can be quite rare.

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