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The Tao of Immortality (The Four Healing Arts and The Nine Levels of Alchemy)

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Item Code: NAQ876
Author: Mantak Chia and William U. Wei
Publisher: Destiny Books
Language: English
Edition: 2018
ISBN: 9781620556702
Pages: 382 (Throughout Color Illustrations)
Other Details 9.00 X 6.00 inch
Weight 710 gm
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About the Book

Explaining the evolution and core of the Universal Healing Tao system, Master Mantak Chia and William U. Wei offer a condensed approach to the Inner Alchemy practices taught to Master Chia by his first Taoist Master, Yi Eng, more than 60 years ago. Beginning with the basic principles called the Five Enlightenments, the authors explain each of the nine levels of Inner Alchemy and their more than 240 formulas, including simplified versions of the Microcosmic Orbit, the Inner Smile, Sexual Alchemy exercises for men and women, Fusion practices, three levels of Kan and Li Alchemy, the Sealing of the Five Senses, and Star and Galaxy Alchemy. They explore the Four Healing Arts that encompass the nine levels of Inner Alchemy-Living Tao practices for transformation of your emotional body, Chi Nei Tsang practices for transformation of the physical body, Cosmic Healing practices for transformation of the energy body, and Immortal Tao practices for transformation of the spiritual body-all aimed toward the survival of consciousness in a self-aware vessel. They also offer simplified versions of the other core practices, such as Iron Shirt Chi Kung, Bone Marrow No Kung, and Wisdom Chi Kung, to help you easily integrate Inner Alchemy and Universal Healing Tao practices into your daily life.

Providing a primer not only on the foundational practices of the Universal Healing Tao System but also a condensed guide to the esoteric practices of Inner Alchemy, Master Chia and William U. Wei show how these exercises were designed to increase longevity, providing you with enough time to master the more advanced spiritual techniques and ensure the survival of consciousness beyond death.

About the Aothor

Mantak Chia, world-famous Inner Alchemy and Chi Kung master, founded the Universal Healing Tao System in 1979. The director of the Tao Garden Health Spa and Resort in northern Thailand, he is the author of more than 60 books, including Iron Shirt Chi Kung and Healing Light of the Tao.

William U. Wei is a senior instructor of the Universal Healing Tao and has taught with Master Chia in more than 30 countries. The coauthor of Cosmic Detox and Sexual Reflexology, he lives in Milwaukie, Oregon.


After over sixty years of study, practice, and research of the Immortal Tao and Living Tao of the Universal Healing Tao practices, Master Chia is excited to share his insights, discoveries, and observations with his devoted students, instructors, and Taoist practitioners in this book. The long journey of discovering the Tao that Master Chia has taken, starting from his chance meeting as a teenager with his initial Taoist master, Yi Eng (White Cloud), through his young adulthood, marriage, fatherhood, and retiring years, has revealed interesting, informative, and intriguing nuances and subtleties of the Taoist practices. They have evolved into the Universal Healing Tao system, a living organism with its roots in the information and formulas coming from millennia of Taoist masters, reintroduced by Mantak Chia through his world tours to North America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia and his teaching for over fifty years.

The Universal Healing Tao system will continue to evolve through his thousands of Taoist students and the hundreds of Taoist masters and instructors he has trained. At age seventy-three Master Chia is continuing to tour and has set up a global internet broadcasting station at Tao Garden, his Chiang Mai Universal Healing Tao training facility and health resort, to do live broadcasting around the world on the Tao and its mystical Way In addition, he will continue to share new formulas to explain and practice the Tao through courses, books, booklets, audios, DVDs, and Chi Cards corresponding to the books, as well as online with his websites: www.universal-healing-tao.com, www.tao-garden.com, and www.mantak-chia.com. Numerous future books will expand the Living Tao, Chi Nei Tsang, Cosmic Healing, and Immortal Tao practices. The Universal Healing Tao system will carry on for millennia to come, to share the understandings and practic. of the Tao in over thirty different languages for global understanding.

In the realms of time, human beings have been influenced by mystical schools, religions, governments, and now corporations. They have convinced us to give them our time and energy (essence) for the good of others, but mostly for themselves. They promise they will take care of as or save us. When we give everything to them, We have no time or energy left for ourselves, and in the end we have nothing except their promises. Other systems taught us how to cultivate and grow our energy like a seed into a tree, but after a while they told us they needed our energy for the good of others, and they convinced us to give them our tree for their own use. And other systems even went further, showing us how to grow flowers from our tree, and after the flowers blossomed, they told as to pick them for their beauty and sell them to others.

But the Tao teaches us not only how to plant (root) and grow our seed (energy or essence) into a tree, but also how to sexually cultivate the seed so that it can flower and bear fruit, without losing our essence (original seed). Our tree (cultivated energy) will bear abundant fruit, which We can share with others who are sincere and deserving. Now think: in each piece of fruit that We bear, how many seeds are in it to share? So if we cultivate our original seed in the Tao, instead of giving it away as other systems advise, we are able to share thousands of seeds for the good of others, and never lose our original seed (essence). This is the Way of the Tao that is explained and taught in the Universal Healing Tao system.

To know the Tao is to feel the Tao, and the only way to feel the Tao is to practice the Tao. So the hardest part of the Tao is finding someone who is practicing the Tao and is willing to teach you the Taoist practic. so you can feel the Tao. Master Chia has dedicated this book to giving his thousands of students and fellow Taoist practitioners the fine points, emphasis, and correct focus of the Universal Healing Tao practices for their enjoyment and self-discovery. This book gives you a unique perspective and understanding of Master Chia’s practices and techniques and helps you to find the key meaning of the Universal Healing Tao practices in a simplified way. The book reveals the concept, theory, and purpose of the Tao. It also makes clear why you should practice, how you should practice, and when and where you should practice. From it you will learn where the energy and intention of the Tao originates and where it is going, how you connect with the Tao, and your purpose for being on the earth plane from a Taoist perspective.

We come into this world with nothing and we leave this world with nothing. No riches, monuments, accomplishments, wealth, or relationships go with us. So why should we waste all our time and energy trying to accumulate these things? In physical death our spirit and soul bodies leave the physical body because they can no longer function in a body that has deteriorated through physical and emotional abuse, accidents, degenerative diseases, or simply old age. What we take with us is our consciousness (spirit and soul). So does it not make sense that we should devote time every day to develop and cultivate our consciousness, which is the only thing that we take with us at physical death? This is the message of the Tao explained in this book by Master Chia.

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