Mustang Jingzuo Technique for Beginners

As practitioners of life cultivation, we engage in practicing the Jingzuo Technique (dazuo, panzuo, meditation) everyday. The Jingzuo Technique is promoted by the Taoist in life cultivation practice and we religiously follow it. According to relevant information, Zhang Xueliang, a young Chinese Marshal who lived for one hundred and one years, often practiced the JingzuoContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique for Beginners”

Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics VI

01 Jingzuo Technique Comment It’s easy to forget time when we practice Jingzuo, but paying too much attention to time will only distract us. Some people think that setting an alarm clock can help solve this problem, but remember to choose an alarm clock with a softer ringtone. If the alarm sounds too loud, theContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics VI”

Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics V

Daily Jingzuo Practice improves health Daily Practice As practitioners of life cultivation, we practice Jingzuo (a unique form of meditation) in our daily life. Jingzuo is not limited to a fixed form, we practice Jingzuo at any time in our daily life. For example, when we feel stressed, we will spend a few seconds focusingContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics V”

Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics IV

There are many ways to practice Jingzuo Technique. First of all, the word Jingzuo means to sit still. As practitioners of life cultivation, we practice Jingzuo by sitting down and doing our meditation. As you can see, there are many ways that we can sit. There are also many ways that we can meditate. AsContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics IV”

Emotions in Check

As practitioners of life cultivation, we know that there are basically two ways for our body to feel uncomfortable. The environmental elements such as cold and wind may cause our body to feel uncomfortable. A good example is a common cold. Our body feels uncomfortable because we catch a cold. When the body imbalance startsContinue reading “Emotions in Check”

Keys to practice the Ruding Technique

Different dharmas or disciplines have different requirements for the practice of Ruding. In Taoism Ruding, it requires bewilderment. In Buddhism Ruding, it requires forgetting both I and outside things. No matter what kind of requirement it is, we must first know the samadhi or technique. Whether it is Buddhism or Taoism, they are all secretiveContinue reading “Keys to practice the Ruding Technique”

Popular Canon for Ruding

Ruding is not difficult,Cleansing to expose the original mind.No dust hanging around,This practice is natural. Put out the fire in the urn,Safe keeping is not the only way.Pumping out and filling in,Is the easiest to fail. Can’t send it with thought,It is difficult to turn the hub.Consciousness be hidden,This practice is at the tip ofContinue reading “Popular Canon for Ruding”

Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics III

There are many ways to practice Jingzuo Technique. First of all, the word Jingzuo means to sit still. As practitioners of life cultivation, we practice Jingzuo by sitting down and doing our meditation. As you can see, there are many ways that we can sit. There are also many ways that we can meditate. AsContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics III”

Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics II

As practitioners of life cultivation, and we belong to the Carefree Sect, we do not generally follow a strict plan on meditation. However, if you want to follow the tradition, then you should plan about how long you have to meditate. Before you start meditation, you should plan your time for meditation. Most senior meditatorsContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics II”

Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics

How to meditate The Mustang Jingzuo Technique is our proprietary form of meditation that has been modified for our life cultivation practice. You can learn it easily. You will manage it by daily practice. It is as easy as one two three. The purpose of the Mustang Jingzuo Technique is to concentrate and relax theContinue reading “Mustang Jingzuo Technique Basics”