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Fall Class Series – Concentrating the Hun & Training the Po – Registration Closed

September 16, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - November 4, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

Registration Closed/Full-Contact us to be placed on wait list.

Dates: September 16, 30, October 7, 14, 21, November 4, 2017

Concentrating the Hun ( seated meditation form) The spirit sent to the liver is called Hun. The Hun gives us sight in the day and dreams at night. It is responsible for our creative projects, plans, and dreams for the future. When practicing, this form decreases cloudy thinking and creates a sharp, clear mind to make unhesitating decisions in life.

Limiting and Training the Po ( standing form) The Po of the lungs is similar to an animal spirit, controlling bodily rhythms and basic physical instincts. This spirit’s primal impulses
are behind the behavior patterns of infants. Sexual instincts are also controlled by the Po. The Po includes seven spirits that connect with the seven emotions: anger, worry, fear, excitement/joy, fright, sadness/grief, and anxiety. All emotions ultimately return to sadness/grief, the emotion connected with the lungs, as part of letting go. The Po and the development of the lungs are important when you are practicing this form, especially for current physical health. Practicing this Qigong also takes us further, by working on reestablishing our connection to all the body’s spirits. This work prepares us to continue life in the spiritual world after death.

Saturdays: 2:00-4:00pm

Location: Harmony Yoga, 2108 NE 41st Ave., Portland, OR  97212

All Fees once paid are non-refundable, they can be transferred to another class.

Whereas when Qigong is properly practiced, it is extremely beneficial and presents minimal risk to one’s health, please consult your physician if you are in doubt of your capabilities or have special health concerns.


September 16, 2017 @ 2:00 pm
November 4, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
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Harmony Yoga
2108 NE 41st Ave
Portland, OR 97212 United States
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