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    Hello from Taiwan

    Hello, everyone.

    I am Awake.

    I am from Taiwan.

    My English is not very good.

    I have done meditation for 27 years.

    And I have practiced the Daoist cultivation for 12 years.

    I am not sure what I practiced is the same with the alchemy in the forum.

    Hope to make some friends here.

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    Welcome.


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    Welcome!

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    Hello,

    I'm a fan of the Daoist culture. I've studied it mainly through books. I like that you have practical experience and joined the forum.

    Welcome

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    I also like that you joined the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awake View Post
    And I have practiced the Daoist cultivation for 12 years.

    I am not sure what I practiced is the same with the alchemy in the forum.
    Welcome!

    It is interesting that you joined the forum.

    Alchemy has 4 big "Branches" or "Schools" or "Cultures":
    1) African-European... which is 95% of what you will find in this forum.
    2) Islamic or Arabian Alchemy.
    3) Indian Alchemy
    4) Chinese Alchemy... which should be properly called "Dao Alchemy"... since it is always related to Daoism.

    I am writing them in this order because it is probably a good image of the level of understanding of MOST people here. In example, that European alchemy is the most "accessible" or "easier to understand"... and Daoist Alchemy is the harder to understand (for MOST people here). This is, of course, related to our cultural backgrounds. The Chinese texts are very hard to understand for a typical westerner.

    Your cultural background can be VERY interesting for a lot of persons here.... because even the most experienced alchemists with a Western Culture are often quite lost when it comes to Daoist Alchemy (or "Chinese Alchemy"). So your experiences can be quite revealing, since you obviously have a huge advantage when it comes to that specific "branch" of Alchemy. So I am sure that your points of view can be very revealing and appreciated.

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