THE THREE TREASURES
Ancient civilizations before us have understood the importance of living in the present, from Stoicism in the west to Taoism in the East.
We believe that the power of the present moment lies within the treasures of Focus, Relax, Connect, a modern interpretation of Taoist Neidan philosophy. According to Neidan, the human body is a laboratory in which the three treasures of Jing (creative energy), Qi (life energy), and Shen (spiritual energy) are cultivated, for the purpose of improving physical, mental, and spiritual health to infinitely expand one's life.
We believe the power of the present moment lies within the three treasures of
Remember a time when you felt completely at one with an activity, with every part of your being synchronized towards its success?
When was the last time you felt completely relaxed and free of worry, able to enjoy the positive energy of your full potential?
When was the last time you felt a deep connection with your own self and others, and explored the true meaning of life?
FIND YOUR STATE OF FLOW
'Focus' is the state in which composers write symphonies for the ages, athletes reach new heights, and artists create masterpieces. It is the state in which you do all of your finest work.
Rid yourself of distractions and unhelpful wanderings of the mind. Focus on your breath. Allow yourself to be fully engaged with the present moment, and to achieve the feeling of "flow"
DISCOVER TRUE INNER PEACE
'Relax' occurs when your mind stops dwelling on the anxieties and stresses of what might or might not be, when you take a step back from your hectic life, and realize the true power of your present moment.
Take a step back from your hectic life. Observe yourself from the distance, and elevate yourself to a higher level of consciousness. Realize that all is relative, happiness comes from within, and enjoy the positive energy of your full potential.
FEEL YOUR MOST HUMAN
'Connect' is the ultimate state, the most human. It occurs when you grasp the true meaning of your life, and when you build honest, deep connections with others around you, and with nature itself.
Start by asking yourself, and others, uncomfortable and revealing questions. Why do I exist? What is my purpose in life? What truly makes me happy? Understand your true self and what it means to exist, live and breathe. Connect deeply to others around you, to nature and to life itself.