Public Lectures

Below is a list of lectures given by Master Jeffrey C Yuen. Click on “Add to Cart” to purchase.

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Lecture
What Now? Life After Cancer – staying well after the Surgery, Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy are over.
Illness can be perceived as an opportunity for learning, discovering, and growing – especially during and in the aftermath of treatments. Yet for cancer patients in particular, the question often arises as to “what to do next” when they are released from the rigors of treatment regimes. The pressure to embrace this “new lease of life” and do all they can to stay well goes hand in hand with the need for on-going medical monitoring which can leave patients overwhelmed by fear or feeling powerless with regard to their own health.
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 What Now? Life After Cancer – staying well after the Surgery, Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy are over
The Six Healing Sounds
The Six Healing Sounds were developed by Taoist Masters and have been organized according to the Five Elements Theory. The exercises use the power of Qi Gong and Sound to activate, detoxify and regenerate the organ systems to which the sounds correspond.
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 The Six Healing Sounds

 

Zouwang: Sitting and Forgetting
Zuowang which simply translates as “Sitting and Forgetting” is a process first described by the Daoist sage, Zhuangzi, and is considered one of the fundamental cultivations/meditations associated with the practice of Daoism.
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Zouwang: Sitting and Forgetting
A Heart-Centered Approach To Wellness
Just as it’s important to learn as much about a medical condition as possible, it is also crucial to understand as much as possible about our own commitment to wellness.
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A Heart-Centered Approach To Wellness
Empowering the Self to Confront Illness
Daoism and Chinese Medicine have always emphasised the inseparability of the body and mind. As such, the content and focus of our thoughts contributes extensively to the illness process, especially chronic degenerative diseases. Crucial to the transformation of sickness is the ability to take the time to honestly confront the circumstances, past and present, in our lives and to courageously make essential and crucial changes. This lecture examines some of the vital precepts that are fundamental to healing and reclaiming wellness.
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Empowering the Self to Confront Illness
All diseases are Rooted in the Spirit
This talk explores the role of illness as an essential lesson of life, as difficult and as challenging as it may be. Daoist Priest Jeffrey C. Yuen examines the concept of understanding illness as a call to attention toward changing our attitudes, beliefs and lifestyles.
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All diseases are Rooted in the Spirit
Dealing with Emotional Issues — a Daoist Perspective
Emotions are examined from the perspective of Chinese Medicine and Daoism. It deals with how emotions serve to purify our Heart and how emotions can give us an opportunity to rejuvenate and regenerate our lives. How emotions such as anger, sadness, fear, can provide us with an opportunity by which the body can have a cathartic purification of oneself.
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Dealing with Emotional Issues – a Daoist Perspective
The Healing Process — a Daoist Perspective
Healing is a natural manifestation of the body-mind-spirit continuum. As a process, it can refer to the alleviation of signs and symptoms; the movement toward completion; or simply the awareness that something needs to change in our lives. Daoism has played a major role in the development of Chinese medicine and provides important perspectives on the various aspects of health and healing.
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The Healing Process – a Daoist Perspective
Introduction to Daoism (Taoism)
Daoism is the inherent religion of China and one of the oldest ongoing philosophies of the world. The tradition dates back to Lao Zi who lived during the period of the Warring States. Its beliefs focus on the fundamental questions of life — the existence of the divine (Dao), the destiny of life (Ming), the presence of good and evil (Xian), and the guidance for the path (Dao) of living a fruitful and cultivated life.
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Introduction to Daoism

Introduction to Daoism