What is Kunlun?

          Internal Alchemy?  (below)                                      Water Path?  (below)                                                                       Kunlun Nei Gung?       

WHAT IS the 
KUNLUN System (R)                                                                                       
                        KUNLUN NEIGUNG 

KUNLUN (R) System                                                                                                           / KUNLUN NEI GUNG
is a practice for cultivating  the Taoist Gold Dragon Body, similar to the Tibetan Returnable Rainbow Body, and the Diamond Body. KUNLUN System is the root of internal alchemy spoken about by the Mountain Taoists, the  Egyptians, and many ancient Mystery schools.  A root practice allowing the practitioner direct access to their primordial, authentic being and teacher within.  The KUNLUN® System generates super "natural" abilities, a body full of bliss, the opening of the wisdom
eye and vitality as a bi product. Most importantly, it returns you to your original blueprint, a place of truth, stillness, awakening, and direct knowingness. Long held in secret,  the time has come to share to share this practice with those of heart and pure motivation. 



Kunlun  (R) System, as described by Max Christensen, it's founder:

Kunlun  (R) System, is a set of ancient, secret methods for spiritual awakening.  Kunlun  (R) System is a reset process that is a part of your body already. When you do the method you activate that process. Whatever your body determines you need to do to realign your natural energy flow, will happen.

The position you take tunes/harmonizes your body with the one law or sympathetic vibration. You know you have attained it when you feel joyful, blissful and loving. The love aspect of the human being is the expression of the one law.

What this practice does, is to awaken a divine bliss feeling in the practitioner. It can be energetically compared to a mild orgasm except that it is not sexual in nature.

This bliss expands as it rises and it is this process that raises your vibrational rate. At this higher vibration, emotional blocks and mental illusions dispel. Sometimes they are forcefully released and other times it is a smooth experience. Whatever you are holding can be let go of, but only if you are ready to be done with it.

When a block is released it creates a new channel for this bliss energy. When you practice regularly you can access and clear new levels of deep set tension like moving through layers of an onion.

As you become more clear, you become more magnetic.

You can then learn to project this energy outward to help heal others or you can chose to simply bask in your own empty radiance. In this state, knowledge comes as if recalling a memory. There is no effort but to follow your feeling.

It is different for everyone.

It can be a very smooth, blissful process as well. Any initial shaking, movements, emotional release, etc., is just you are doing what you need to do to "right the ship."

You are in control the whole time and you can go as deep as you want or keep it very light.

Once you learn this practice, you do have to deal with what comes next for you. There is no question you will start to change. The practice will continue to work to clear you, but some changes might be difficult for people. You will have to face the parts of yourself you might not want to see (shadow self). This is the great challenge on the path and the reason why so many give up.

Of course, grounding the energy afterward is very important.

This practice can open up the higher levels of understanding that would be very difficult to access alone. Not to mention the health benefits and the  abilities that can be developed     --   MAX  --   Ching Fung Dao Shr

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Internal Alchemy is to awaken into your real  true nature.  To live and awaken into a state of union with the divine and to discard who you think you are to become who you truly are.   KUNLUN System  is a practice for cultivating  the Gold Dragon body of Ancient China similar to the Tibetan Returnable Rainbow Body and the Body of Light or the Diamond Body.  KUNLUN System is the root of internal alchemy spoken about by the Mountain Taoists.  A Root Practice allowing the practitioner direct access to their primordial authentic being and teacher within.  The KUNLUN System generates "super natural" abilities, vitality, opening of the wisdom eye, and a body full of bliss as a bi-product.  Most importantly, it returns you to your original blue print, a place of truth, stillness, awakening, and direct knowingness;  a state that is in harmony with the universe.   

Wu wei (simplified Chinese: 无为traditional Chinese: 無爲pinyin: wúwéi) is an important concept of Taoism (Daoism), that involves knowing when to act and when not to act. Another perspective to this is that "Wu Wei" means natural action - as planets revolve around the sun, they "do" this revolving, but without "doing" it; or as trees grow, they "do", but without "doing". Thus knowing when (and how) to act is not knowledge in the sense that one would think "now" is the right time to do "this", but rather just doing it, doing the natural thing.

Wu may be translated as not have or without; Wei may be translated as do, act, serve as, govern or effort. The literal meaning of Wu Wei is "without action" and is often included in the paradox wei wu wei: "action without action" or "effortless doing". The practice of wu wei and the efficacy of wei wu wei are fundamental tenets in Chinese thought and have been mostly emphasized by the Taoist school. The aim of wu wei is to achieve a state of perfect equilibrium, or alignment with the Tao, and, as a result, obtain an irresistible form of "soft and invisible" power.

There is another less commonly referenced sense of wu wei; "action that does not involve struggle or excessive effort". In this instance, Wu means "without" and Wei means "effort". The concept of "effortless action" is a part of Taoist Internal martial arts such as Tai chi, Baguazhang and Xing Yi.

Chinese translations do exist for Wu Wei at Wu Wei. It is an Eastern term that may require stories to explain the concept fully.

In Zen Calligraphy, Wu Wei has been represented as a circle.

WHAT IS THE WATER PATH?     This article is under construction.


To explain the water path, I shall first explain what is the fire path.  The awakening of the kundalini and having the flow rise up through to the crown chackra is the fire path.  If the Kundalini is opened improperly it can result in obscurations, complications and can be extremely dangerous.  As the energy of the Kundalini rises from the base of the spine up, it travels thought many energetic blocks in the system. 


Please check out this wonderful article on Water and It's Properties
(Life and the Economy from a Taoist Perspective)

the Economy of Water    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2065/is_2_57/ai_n15954373/

A Video on some of the remarkable properties of Water.