Clifton Jackson
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I Retired form the United States Navy Submarine force in 1995. I worked on the Nuclear weapons and the Computer system that targeted and launched them. I live in Austin, the Capital of Texas, in The Lone Star State. I work at the University of Texas at Austin in the Parking & Transportation department and, I'm the former Deputy Executive Director of the Church of Scientology of Texas. I've taught myself to play an Electric Bass! I listen to a lot of music: Jazz, Blues, Rock, Funk, R & B mostly. My favorite Jazz band is "The Pat Metheny Group." The Bassist for the Pat Metheny Group: Steve Rodby, is one of my Top Bassist! Once in a while, I like to take to the Air...Well sort of, I fly Kites! I LOVE my Sci-fi!! I watch the the Sci-fi channel often! My all time favorite Sci-fi movie is, Arthur C. Clarke's "2001: A Space Odyssey." And I must mention my #1 Monster: GODZILLA! :^D Also, I'm a Huge Star Trek fan! I have watched all of them and I'm Old School...Captain Kirk is #1 with me!! Now that is 'Classic Sci-fi!!' I'm also a Big fan for the 'Kung-Fu' movies! I have been watching them ever since Bruce Lee made his frist movie, "Fists of Fury." I study the Soft form of Kung-Fu: Tai Chi Chuan. I currently have my BLACK sash, in the 1st degree in Yang style Tai Chi! And I'm working on my 2nd degree Black sash in Chen sytle Tai Chi. I attend the Master Gohring's school of Kung-Fu and Tai Chi. Got Chi?
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VI. Nei Kung is related to hatha yoga.

Posted on July 25, 2010 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Nei Kung is a distant cousin to hatha yoga. Originating in India, yoga is the generic term for a vast body of ancient esoteric knowledge represented by several great traditions of

spiritual advancement. One of these schools, hatha yoga, refers to the

subtle, yet powerful discipline of stretching and holding body postures

which cleanse and recondition the body while cultivating "prana", the

yogic word for chi. Hatha yoga can be loosely categorized as…


V. Nei Kung can be practiced anywhere, any time, without equipment.

Posted on June 11, 2010 at 4:32pm 0 Comments

There is no mandatory environment indoors or out, no particular time of day, no special machines, accessories or clothing necessary to practice Nei Kung.

All you need is air to breathe, a flat surface to stand on, and knowledge of the forms.

Nei Kung

Posted on April 27, 2010 at 12:51pm 0 Comments

1. Nei Kung is internal chi kung.

Chi is the Taoist word for the primal energy of Nature which permeates all of creation. It is the vital life force within each of us. Long ago the great sages of China sought to cultivate chi in all of its manifestations. Kung means "training". Hence, chi kung is a generic term roughly translated as "energy training".

Chi kung is also referred to as qigong, but don’t be confused. Both terms are merely different phonetic… Continue

Nei Kung can be practiced at any age and any level of physical fitness.

Posted on July 12, 2009 at 5:39pm 0 Comments

You do not have to be young or in great shape to do Nei Kung. It is not exercise or "body building" as we are accustomed to in the west. Deeply rooted in Taoist philosophy, Nei Kung espouses a holistic and organic approach to fitness rather than a muscle specific and mechanistic one. Most conditioning routines are analogous to carpentry: Jump in and start pounding and sawing until you get that wood to look like a table. Nei Kung is more like gardening: Plant a seed and carefully cultivate it… Continue

Nei Kung is easier to learn than Tai Chi.

Posted on May 30, 2009 at 1:38pm 5 Comments

Nei Kung is the foundation of Tai Chi Chuan, its core principles constitute the essence of that great martial art. The seemingly effortless, slow moving solo exercise known as the tai chi form is composed of sequences of individual postures which are actually fighting techniques (strikes and blocks). These individual postures are composed of specific body alignments linked to relaxed, regulated breathing. It is here at this most basic level of alignment and breath that Nei Kung represents the… Continue

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At 10:11am on February 16, 2009, Pranayama said…

It's so lovely to see you here in this wonderful space!

Thank you for everything you do and for all of the love that you share :)

Peace, Love and Compassion

Much Metta,
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