There are several days of increased energy in Nature now:
June 21 - June (summer) solstice.
June 22 - New moon
June 23 - Moon at perigee -- 358 000 km (Moon closest to Earth)
The 3 days before, during and after the June solstice the energy is very intense in Nature and in the body. It's an excellent time for more meditation and receiving energy from Nature. At the summer solstice there occurs a major change in the energy - from Yang to Yin. The days in the northern hemisphere start to become shorter and the Yin energy increases...
During the June solstice the energy is concentrated mostly at the bai hui 百会 point（"Hundred Meetings", "Heaven Gate" GV-20), located on the top of head on the fontanel. This acupoint naturally opens more easily now, which is of great benefit for our health. Bai hui is one of the most important acupoints as it stimulates the energy flow in the whole body.
The new Moon (June 22) is also a good time for meditation. The new moons are time of increase in the Yang energy.
When Moon is at perigee, the Moon is closest to Earth, which also is of great influence and brings more energy.
It's also good to mention the aphelion, which will happen on July 4th (Sun farthest from Earth).
And, on July 22nd is the longest total solar eclipse in the 21st century - lasting for 6 minutes and 39 sec. Here is more info about it in wikipedia:
During the solar eclipse, the energy in Earth naturally goes down a little bit, but this is only for a few minutes.
Enjoy the good energy now and do some more qigong meditation!
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Thursday, June 4, 2009
In the city of Tekesi, located in Xinjiang, the Uyghur autonomous region in the Western part of China, there is a Eight Trigrams town 八卦城.
According to some scholars, its construction started 800 years ago, when the famous taoist monk Qiu Chuji met with Genghis Khan. It was renovated in 1939 and is promoted as the "biggest Eight Trigrams city in the world". It is completely built on the principles of I Ching and fengshui.
In the middle of the town is the Yin Yang park. There are 8 main streets, which divide the eight sides of the Bagua. Each street is 1.2 km long.Within the first ring road, there are 8 streets;within the 2nd ring road - 16 streets;within the 3rd ring road - 32 streets;within the 4rd ring road - 64 streets.
No traffic lights in this city. They say that there is no need for traffic lights...
According to one Chinese travel site, "Tekesi Eight Trigram County is famous for its radial circle layout which looks like a labyrinth. It is the biggest and the most well preserved eight trigram county in the world. And also it is a place where the I ching culture is widely known. There is a strange thing in this county. That is no traffic lights can be seen here. No matter which direction you choose to head for , you can reach your destinations at last because the roads are closely linked to each other".
The town is enlisted in the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest Bagua city in the World.
You can see the town in Google Earth - 43° 13' 5.62" N 81° 49' 56.91" E
Here are more photos from this unique place:
The "Kun trigram" street
Публикувано от Annie Pecheva в Thursday, June 04, 2009