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Mantak Chia

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Mantak Chia


Born
in Bangkok, Thailand
April 24, 1944

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Mantak Chia is a Taoist Master. He is best known for teaching his Taoist practices under the names of Healing Tao, Tao Yoga, Universal Healing Tao System and Chi Kung. Throughout decades of teaching, he has run numerous workshops, written a series of books, and published a number of training videos. For this reason, some people call him an author, a teacher or a healer. He views himself primarily as a teacher, "who helps his students empower themselves through cultivation of their chi energy." (-wiki) ...more

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“At heart most men are as terrified of women's infinite sexualcapacity as they are fascinated by it. The general effect on men isto make them feel sexually insecure and causes them to attempt tocompensate with some other strength. Sexual insecurity may bethe primary reason men have sought physical, political, financial,intellectual, and religious advantage over woman.”
Mantak Chia, Taoist Secrets of Love: Cultivating Male Sexual Energy

“Learn to start each day by smiling inwardly to your vital organs and thanking them for sustaining your life.”
Mantak Chia, Chi Nei Tsang: Chi Massage for the Vital Organs

“Healthy nutrition is just as much an art as science. It is important to test and investigate methods and foods in your own laboratory (your body) and observe how various things affect you. Be”
Mantak Chia, The Practice of Greater Kan and Li: Techniques for Creating the Immortal Self

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