Beginner Classes

Abdominal Breathing Technique

The Meaning of Da Zi Zai Wang Fo

Mention of the Da Zi Zai Wang Fo in Sutras

Daily Practice Text

The First Spiritual Foundation Cultivation

Nine Syllable Mantra

Homage to Buddhas and Confessional Prayer

The First Level Sitting Meditation

Unifying the Ying and Yang in Samadhi (I)

The First Level Dong-Chan (Dynamic Exercises)

Unifying the Body and Mind

Homage to Buddha

Emptiness is Form

Shaking-Off the Sense Faculties and Sense Objects

Constantly Turning the Wheel of the Dharma

Expelling the Four Elements

Standing on the Earth and Reaching for the Sky

Transcending the Three Realms Sideways

Standing Upright and Walking Briskly

Subduing the Dragon and Tiger

Smiling Frequently and Exercising the Tongue

Extending and Exercising the Mouth

Smelling the Fragrance of Dharma

Pervading the Celestial Hearing

Wisdom Eye Gazing into Space and Emptiness

Shaking the Sky and Earth

The Concluding Form of the First Level Dong-Chan

The Second Level Jing-Chan (Sitting Meditation)

Confessional Prayer Meditation

The Second Level Dong-Chan (Dynamic Exercises)

Dissolving the Six Realms with Power

Walking in the Four Directions

Riding the Celestial Horse in the Sky

The Concluding Form of the Second Level Dong-Chan

The Philosophy of Buddhism

The Origin of the Dharmadhatu

The Ten Dharma Realms

The Four Noble Truths

The Twelve Links of Dependent Origin