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another TDB'er here. I'm "Soaring Crane" over there, and in real life, I'm William (my American friends call me Willie, but here in Germany, they call me William, which I never liked, but I've got used to it over the 20 years I've been living here).

The name I chose for this forum, Fanhuangong (actually Ba Fan Huan Gong) is a Qigong form that I've practiced for many years, and that I teach in a couple groups. It was brought to us by Prof. Cong, Yong-Chun and purportedly goes back to the Quanzhen school of Daoism, but the roots of the exercises are possibly much older. There are poems that accompany each movement and they reference known figures from the eastern Han Dynasty, around the time Jesus was alive. Those deep roots come to me when I go through the movements and I get visions of and inspiration from the many generations of practitioners.

My favorite place to be and to meditate is outside, connected to nature, and as soon as I finish writing this, I'm going off to the woods with my dog for a few hours :-)

I love being in Germany (not the country, per se, but the geographical location). There are very, very old energies here, and deep, deep roots. When I go off in the woods, I'll be walking on ground that druids walked on, and stepping over the remains of celtic ring walls. I'm never alone, so to speak :-)

Xie xie

William

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Hi all

another TDB'er here. I'm "Soaring Crane" over there, and in real life, I'm William (my American friends call me Willie, but here in Germany, they call me William, which I never liked, but I've got used to it over the 20 years I've been living here).

The name I chose for this forum, Fanhuangong (actually Ba Fan Huan Gong) is a Qigong form that I've practiced for many years, and that I teach in a couple groups. It was brought to us by Prof. Cong, Yong-Chun and purportedly goes back to the Quanzhen school of Daoism, but the roots of the exercises are possibly much older. There are poems that accompany each movement and they reference known figures from the eastern Han Dynasty, around the time Jesus was alive. Those deep roots come to me when I go through the movements and I get visions of and inspiration from the many generations of practitioners.

My favorite place to be and to meditate is outside, connected to nature, and as soon as I finish writing this, I'm going off to the woods with my dog for a few hours :-)

I love being in Germany (not the country, per se, but the geographical location). There are very, very old energies here, and deep, deep roots. When I go off in the woods, I'll be walking on ground that druids walked on, and stepping over the remains of celtic ring walls. I'm never alone, so to speak :-)

Xie xie

William

welcome Willie! Sounds like your in a great place for development. Never been in Germany. I got a great grandfather from there. A great grandmother from Austria i think. In any case my grandfather during ww2 worked at northrop in the aviation experimental department and was looked over thoroughly from the government in case he was a spy or something. Lol. Which he wasnt. But did reengineer the landing gear for the flying wing for mr. Northrop. Wich was a good thing since the engineers were stumped on making it work properly. He had a tenth grade education. Lol

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Hi all

another TDB'er here. I'm "Soaring Crane" over there, and in real life, I'm William (my American friends call me Willie, but here in Germany, they call me William, which I never liked, but I've got used to it over the 20 years I've been living here).

The name I chose for this forum, Fanhuangong (actually Ba Fan Huan Gong) is a Qigong form that I've practiced for many years, and that I teach in a couple groups. It was brought to us by Prof. Cong, Yong-Chun and purportedly goes back to the Quanzhen school of Daoism, but the roots of the exercises are possibly much older. There are poems that accompany each movement and they reference known figures from the eastern Han Dynasty, around the time Jesus was alive. Those deep roots come to me when I go through the movements and I get visions of and inspiration from the many generations of practitioners.

My favorite place to be and to meditate is outside, connected to nature, and as soon as I finish writing this, I'm going off to the woods with my dog for a few hours :-)

I love being in Germany (not the country, per se, but the geographical location). There are very, very old energies here, and deep, deep roots. When I go off in the woods, I'll be walking on ground that druids walked on, and stepping over the remains of celtic ring walls. I'm never alone, so to speak :-)

Xie xie

William

Hi Will / Soaring Crane.  Soaring Crane is a beautiful name / image.  Thank you for your wonderful sharing.  Very interesting to hear about your experiences with the Qigong you practice.  I have come across it before, and felt its power, but didn't know the details you shared. 

I I hope you had a wonderful time in teh woods.  I just came in from standing by the trees under the almost full moon.... The land is old and powerful round here too, in Northern England.

Many blessings

Bryony (spiriteagle)

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Hi all

another TDB'er here. I'm "Soaring Crane" over there, and in real life, I'm William (my American friends call me Willie, but here in Germany, they call me William, which I never liked, but I've got used to it over the 20 years I've been living here).

The name I chose for this forum, Fanhuangong (actually Ba Fan Huan Gong) is a Qigong form that I've practiced for many years, and that I teach in a couple groups. It was brought to us by Prof. Cong, Yong-Chun and purportedly goes back to the Quanzhen school of Daoism, but the roots of the exercises are possibly much older. There are poems that accompany each movement and they reference known figures from the eastern Han Dynasty, around the time Jesus was alive. Those deep roots come to me when I go through the movements and I get visions of and inspiration from the many generations of practitioners.

My favorite place to be and to meditate is outside, connected to nature, and as soon as I finish writing this, I'm going off to the woods with my dog for a few hours :-)

I love being in Germany (not the country, per se, but the geographical location). There are very, very old energies here, and deep, deep roots. When I go off in the woods, I'll be walking on ground that druids walked on, and stepping over the remains of celtic ring walls. I'm never alone, so to speak :-)

Xie xie

William

Hello Fanhuangong I found your introduction fascinating. It sounds like an awesome life experience to me, especially the walk in the woods with the dog. Thanks for sharing!

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