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Tew Bunnag

Tew Bunnag

Tew looks at ‘Embracing the One’, Bao Yi, and exercises the Kwa whilst integrating it into the pouring of weight from one leg into the other.

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Tew offerz a session on Sung: The importance of Groundedness in the Wood Dragon Year

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Tew considers fear and takes us through the mudras

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Tew shares with us ‘Practices for taking care of the heart’

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Tew shares with us some of his recent work accompanying those who are reaching the end of life.  He then takes us through a (Shamanic pre-Daoist) Spiritual Qigong which emphasises the Wuji, the formless that is behind all our lives.   Establishing our presence through, centring, grounding and being fully aware, Tew then takes us through life’s sequence: ‘from the formless penetrating the form, through form enter into formlessness’.

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On a recent visit to the UK, Tew revised what he has been working on for some years – namely dealing with Fear through the Mudras that are embedded in our Form and Qigongs, whilst avoiding anger and hate,  This is a particularly important thing, during and post Covid, as there is so much uncertainty in the world with wars, economic uncertainty, climate change and so on.

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Tew shares with us thoughts on his visit to Bangkok, including the very valuable work being done at the Mercy Centre.  He then leads us in the Metta and Ten Parami chants

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Tew shares various sequences and associated mudras  that have resonated most deeply with him from his practice of the Form and Chi Gong during lockdown.  A theme running through this is ‘Connection to Source’.

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During this session Tew reflects on the meaning and significance of Metta (compassion) for our practice and our wider lives, and revisits practices which help us connect with the source of Universal Compassion.

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Tew shares various sequences and associated mudras  that have resonated most deeply with him from his practice of the Form and Chi Gong during lockdown.  A theme running through this is ‘Connection to Source’.

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