The Operation Method of Air Digestion in Taoism Bigu

Zhonghua XUE


Bigu method of Taoism has long been considered a mysterious operation, and people who master this method, enter this sphere of the world are seen as symbols of immortals. The most important technology in Bigu is air digestion, which means to digest each kind of energy source, information source inside the bodies. The source exists inside the universe, from the earth to the sky, from the sun, moon to the stars, and any other objects. Digesting air between the earth and the sky, so that nutrition can be digested and, the inner potentials can be motivated, the physical and spiritual shortcomings can be overcome, the inner vitality can be fostered and improved, above all, the supreme realm of man being an integral part of nature can be achieved.


Bigu; Taoism; Air digestion; Operation method

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