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Energy Bagua-Walking Meditation

August 20, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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An event every week that begins at 11:30 am on Saturday, repeating until April 1, 2023

People practicing energy bagua around a tree

Energy Bagua is a special method of meditation developed by Master JinBodhi for the maintenance of good health.  It balances YIN and Yang energy, while facilitating interaction with Universal energy, regenerating vitality and improving health.  Energy Bagua is based on two main components: movements of the palms and walking in circles.  It combines strength and softness, the physical and the mental.  While practicing Energy Bagua, students can grasp the balance of YIN and YANG, return to nature, and connect with the universal energy.

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Date:
August 20, 2022
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Island

Oahu

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Adults

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Oahu – Salt Lake-Moanalua
3225 Salt Lake Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96818 United States
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808-831-6831

ALERT | ALL LOCATIONS CLOSED TODAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022
All Hawaii State Public Library System locations are closed today, September 26, out of an abundance of caution due to an unspecified threat. The library has been working with local law enforcement to determine when it is safe to reopen.