The Way of Energy

La Voie de l'énergie, 2021 reissue.

Chi is this irreplaceable energy that life uses in all its manifestations, the vital energy which must be able to circulate freely in our body to energize all our potentialities, both physical and mental.

Chi is a component of life, its instrument of communication ... calls from life to life ... silent messages, carriers of love.

However, this force obeys human wills.

Through the 90 techniques (relaxation, breathing, Taï Chi Chuan or Taï Ji Quan, Qi Gong, energy circulation ...) explained in detail in this guide, you will learn a new language: that of your body, or rather that of your body. 'be alive. You will learn to use correctly this faculty specific to all living things: to manipulate energy. The exercises, techniques and methods will only be used to teach you how to do it. It is you who will then decide what to do with it (health, well-being, dynamism, body awareness, love, fullness, struggle, success, peace, existential philosophy, expansion of the field of consciousness, union with the Divine ...)

The first edition of this book dates from 1993 (Dangles editions). At that time, the author had been practicing energy manipulation techniques for more than 50 years, having learned about them from great oriental experts. He founded a school which, in a few years, reached an international dimension. Currently, the school has 5 teacher trainers and more than 300 teachers. All teach the Art of Chi, according to the Stévanovitch method.

In this work Vlady Stévanovitch wanted to protect all his experience from oblivion. “My only intention is to transmit, to pay my debt to my Masters who went to such lengths to teach me myself. But my Masters didn't just teach me techniques. They helped me understand this. which is beyond techniques and art: Life. They showed me a way: that of communication with all living things, that of conscious integration in this immense surge of joy that is Way of Life ... "

The Way of Energy

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  • Dimensions: approximately 19cm x25 cm

    288 pages.