Hi everyone, It is excellent to see lively discussion and debate on the topic of qi research. My name is Bryn Orr and I am a lecturer in Chinese ExerciseMessage 1 of 2 , Jul 14, 2001View SourceHi everyone,
It is excellent to see lively discussion and debate on the topic of
My name is Bryn Orr and I am a lecturer in Chinese Exercise
Therapy (Qigong, Taijiquan) and Qigong Bodywork (Tui Na, Dian
Xue, An Mo, Wai Qi Liao Fa) at the Australian College of Natural
Medicine, which offer degree status programmes in
Acupuncture, Herbs, Martial Arts Instruction, etc.
Due to the nature of my work I spend quite alot of time
researching the human energy paradigm and have had a
number of articles published in the Pacific Journal of Oriental
Medicine, Australasian Martial Arts and others. Some of these
articles are featured on my webpage 'Beiji Healing Arts
One of these articles "Towards a new interpretation of Taoist
Alchemy" contains my bio-oscilator theory of Taoist Alchemy
which posits a possible physiological explaination of some of
the phenomenon associated with this type of qi work. This
theory also explores the commonalities of Kundalini, Taoist
Alchemy and other systems.
I hope you enjoy this material.
Dear Readers, My name is Bryn Orr and I am currently employed at the Australian College of Natural Medicine, Bribane, Australia, as a lecturer in ChineseMessage 1 of 2 , Jul 16, 2001View SourceDear Readers,
My name is Bryn Orr and I am currently employed at the
Australian College of Natural Medicine, Bribane, Australia, as a
lecturer in Chinese Exercise Therapy (Taijiquan, Qigong, Yoga)
and Oriental Massage (Tui Na, An Mo, Dian Xue, etc) within the
colleges Acupuncture Degree Progam.
I am interested in the Human Energy Paradigm and research
that quantifies the nature of qi and its associated cultivation
practices. My duties within the college require me to transmit
this knowledge to the learners in a way they can understand and
in a practical fashion. It is great to see such ernest discussion,
this can only breed growth and greater understanding.
My website "Beiji Healing Arts Homepage" contains a number of
articles I have published, including "Towards a new
interpretation of Taoist Alchemy" which is an attempt to explain
some of the physiological changes that occur during the practice
of Daoist meditation and qigong.
The address for Beiji Healing Arts is: