Human Body Fengshui

An Almanac of Inner Daoist Cosmology

by Dr. Baolin Wu and Austin Lane Muhs,

in cooperation with Kevin T. Hill, Jessica Eckstein, Michael McBride, Paulina Wierzbicka, and Brent Christopher Wulf

Human Body Fengshui is a unique journey into the mindset of Daoist practitioners and their training modalities. It’s hard to encapsulate the essence of the Dao simply. But if you have ever wondered why a monk would dedicate their entire life to training away from society, then this book can help you understand it. Not everyone has a grasp on the meaning of life, but in a Daoist’s eyes, that meaning is easy to understand. With an in-depth understanding of the human body’s connection to the universe, you can begin to see the depths of how Daoists see the world and why they have chosen this time in history to start uncovering some of their long-held secrets of the heavens.

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1. The Soul-Seed (with Brent Christopher Wulf): The Third Eye—Balancing Oscillations—The Thirty-Six Categories—Intuition—Bravery—Heaven and Humanity—The Number Seven—The Phase Wood—Life Expectancy

2. The Flexibility of Fate (with Paulina Wierzbicka): Success and Failure—Cradle to Grave—Animal Equality

3. Working with the Natural Order (with Paulina Wierzbicka): The Five Phases and Nine Stars—The Twenty-Four Divisions

4. Classical Cosmology (with Michael McBride): Animal Power—Birds and Felines—Acupoints—AstrologyNumbers and Their Roles—Changing Fate—The Secret to Manifestation—Daoist Teachings

5. Human Motivation (with Michael McBride): The Meaning Behind Money—Lust in Society

6. The Happenstance of Fate (with Michael McBride): Drugs and Alcohol

7. Daoist Ritual (with Kevin T. Hill): Starting Reincarnation—Meditation Times—Water Cultivation

8. Past Life, Present Life (with Kevin T. Hill): Past-Life Family—The Object, of Objects—The World as Hologram

9. The Building Blocks of Reality (with Kevin T. Hill): Water and Sunlight—Qigong Practice—The Gaze—Under the Sea

10. A Grain of Rice (with Kevin T. Hill): The Clouds Above—Five Centers Practice—Right Timing—Scheduling for Weather—Wind and Thunder

11. Rudiments of the Body (with Kevin T. Hill): Physical Correspondences—Plants and the Body—Signs of Fate—Fruit of the Heavens—Pre-Natal Education

12. The Ideal Dwelling (with Jessica Eckstein): The Roots of Fengshui—Correlations in the Body—Yijing Calculations—Fengshui at Home—Bedrooms and Kitchens—Signs from Heaven—The Three Elixir Fields—Sun and Stars

13. Body Fengshui for Longevity (with Jessica Eckstein): Eyebrows Typology—Nine Types of Mouths—What is Said Cannot Be Unsaid—The Buddhist-Daoist Connection—Spiritually Revered Animals—The Rise of the Elements—Central Energy Lines—Periods of Life in Association with the Spine—Color by Color—The Five Senses—Sensory Perception

14. Endings Are Beginnings (with Jessica Eckstein): The Nine Palaces Rebirth Practice—Changing Your Fate—Retirement—The Power is Yours!—Going in Deceased, Coming Out Alive—The Deeper Meaning of the Yin/Yang Symbol—Human Conditioning and Natural Flow—Soul Death Practice—Practice Effects—What’s in a Dream?—The Lifestyles of Humanity




This pioneering commentary on Daoism will inevitably raise questions within the scientific and spiritual communities for ages to come. A great book for anyone curious about the meaning of life, or the esoteric roots of existence.

—Tony Newton, Musician, Author, and Filmmaker

Austin Lane Muhs (b. 1986) is a career tarot reader, astrologer, and author based out of Santa Monica, Calif. Born in Dallas, Texas, he brings many years of qigong training, community service, and reform work to his written works. He is also known as an authority in the fields of national disaster response and animal rescue.