Fusion of Five Elements (Eight Forces Chanting) - Practice Guided Audio [DL-TA19]
This audio is a Guided Meditation and Chi Kung Practice Formulas of the Fusion of Five Elements - Eight Forces Chanting Practices of the Universal Healing Tao practices for both men and women, led by the meditative voice of UHT Senior Instructor, The Professor - William U. Wei.
Forming Six Pakuas (Eight Sided Geometric Vortex-Front & Back, Right & Left, and Top & Bottom)
Chanting the Eight Forces:
Kan (Yin-Yang-Yin) Water
Li (Yang-Yin-Yang) Fire
Chen (Yang-Yin-Yin) Thunder
Tui (Yang-Yang-Yin) Lake
Kun (Yin-Yin-Yin) Earth
Ken (Yin-Yin-Yang) Mountain
Sun (Yin-Yang-Yang) Wind
Chien (Yang-Yang-Yang) Heaven
Merging & Collecting Energy into the Cauldron
Fusion of Five Elements (Eight Forces Chanting) - Practice Guided Audio
Theory: The pakua is a symbol of the eight forces. In the Fusion of the Five Elements meditation the pakuas are used to gather and collect the energy of the organs and fuse them into a pearl. Here in the Cosmic Fusion meditation, the pakuas are again used to fuse energy into a pearl. Now, instead of just using the energy within the body, we combine the energy of the organs with the energy of the Universe. This is a technique used in the Fusion practice to condense and gather the abundant energy that surrounds us into something that is usable and digestible to the body. Forming the pakuas will be used in all the Fusion formulas. The Universal Pakua is then created to gather and collect the energy of the Universe into the lower abdomen. All these energies once gathered are condensed into an energy ball, or a pearl of white light. This highly refined ball of energy is then circulated through all the channels as a way to open, heal and revitalize the body, mind and spirit. This is the beginning of the transference of consciousness to a new realm.
Concept: Chanting has been used in all systems of spirituality to help connect the practitioner to their higher source. In Christianity, chanting and singing is used to connect with God. In Buddhism and Hinduism, chanting is used to clear the space, to open the body and connect themselves with the Buddha or Hindu God or Goddess. The power of chanting and singing can be seen not only in a religious setting, but in all levels of society as well. Singing and listening to music is a very natural way to move energy. In the Taoist practice, chanting is used to invoke the forces of the Universe. It is not necessarily about harmony. We want to get depth and power to the vibration to open the lower abdomen and create internal power. When you chant try to feel the vibration coming from the Lower Tan Tien. Chanting in the Pakua is very similar to the sound in the genes when the replicating strands of DNA cross over. The eight sounds are the song of the crossing of the chromosomes like two serpents entwining and then they making love and one becomes two.
Purpose: Chanting greatly increases the power and the coherence of the Pearl. After toning all eight directions, the forces of the Universe are fused into the Pearl. The Yin and Yang (Tai Chi spines) chanting helps to expand and gather, as well as contract and store the force. This will help create the connection between your internal energy and the energy of the Universe.