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Chaos to Calm

Chaos to Calm

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March 27th 2017:Making Calmness a Way of Life, Not a Mistake - The nature of practice

Three Ren Xue teachers talk about how their practice has changed their lives. Shona and Nick give us insights into increasing clarity and creativity of mind, even as we get older, how to have the energy we need, and the delight of sharing a relationship in which both people are bringing love, openness and clarity. They talk openly about conflict, and how they step lightly and create growth and strength out of these opportunities. Natalie talks about the importance of the good state and how to extend it from the practice to everyday life. She describes how this changes her relationships wit

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Shona Page

I worked in civil engineering during my 40-year career. I enjoyed the outdoor life and as an engineering geophysicist I thought I had the best of all worlds; project planning, carrying out the field work, analyzing the data and communicating with the client. The job was exciting and challenging; travelling to remote parts of NZ to work on dams, roads, bridges, levees, rivers and in mines and tunnels, working from jet boats, jumping out of helicopters, setting and firing off shots of gelignite, working on construction sites etc. It was in this job that I met my husband Nick with whom I study and practice Ren Xue. Now I lead a quiet, but no less interesting life, seeking internally to
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Nick Logan

My path as a seeker into the mystery. My formal education culminated in an honours science degree in chemistry and geology, plus a master’s degree in geochemistry. My professional career has been as a geotechnical instrumentation specialist. By contrast I began a 12-year yoga practice when I was forty, picking up an interest and personal practice of Ayurveda along the way. Qigong (introduced by my wife) then displaced the yoga, which had become too physically demanding. My personal discovery of Qi, after many years of practice, continues to fascinate and amaze me; I now suspect Qigong practice offers infinite possibilities in human growth, some of which I will no doubt mani
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Natalie Meijer

Natalie Meijer lives in Nelson New Zealand with her husband and two daughters, aged 13 and 15. Natalie started her path with Ren Xue and Qigong 10 years ago and has found that the real learning is in the integration of the teachings into her daily life. Natalie works from her home-run centre “Heart Wisdom” where she teaches Qigong, and does individual healing and life cultivation sessions. She is also involved in running retreats in the Nelson and broader New Zealand area. Her background is in counselling, alternative healing, sustainable community development and group facilitation.
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