Qigong Iron Penis Exercises

Qigong Iron Penis Exercises

Iron Crotch Qigong is a traditional practice followed for thousands of years to protect the male genitalia in China, and has been a major in countless Chinese medicine colleges. It's consisted of hard crotch and soft crotch, while the hard crotch, which has been kept as a secret, must be started from the childhood; the Iron crotch that practiced by adults is soft crotch qigong, which works effectively to cure erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, penis curvature, spermatorrhea, etc. After 30 years of clinical treatment and more than 300 patients treated statistics, it has been confirmed as a reliable cure with its more than 95% effectiveness. The Practical Features OF Iron Crotch. 1. Warm and restore Qi and Blood, strengthen the renal functionIf renal function is strong, Qi will be strong and if the Qi is strong, so is Shen(Kidney). 2. Enhance renal function and arouse sexual passionimprove the function of sexual and urinary organs and your sexual life. 3.Make you Physically and spiritually happy, restorative and healthygood health accompanies you forever and health preservation provides you with a comfortable and happy life! 4. Easy to practice, time and energy-saving 40 minutes' practice per day ensures wonderful and miraculous effects. 5. No need to take drugs and no side-effectsscientific practice makes you say goodbye to igorous but harmful drugs. Continue reading...

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The Effect of Zhineng Qigong on the Mind and Spirit

Until now, Western students have received relatively little or no information or instruction about how Zhineng Qigong practice impacts the mind, emotions and spirit. One reason for this is simply the much more dramatic and visible nature of physical healing, which causes the focus of attention to be limited solely to these areas. As yet there has been no opportunity for non-Chinese-speaking students to avail themselves of Professor Pang's writings on these subjects, due to the absence of...

Focusing on Qigong

AFTER MY EXPERIENCE at the soccer field, where my basketball injuries, indeed all my old injuries going back to childhood, were healed so miraculously, I devoted all my free time to Qigong practice. I practiced at least two hours a day, sometimes four or six hours and even longer when I had a day off. I just loved it. I found it was so powerful. Some people are doubters and there were people like that around me. They said that Qigong was a psychological thing, all in your mind and nothing to...

Reaping the best rewards from Zhineng Qigong practice

It is easy for everyone to learn how to practice chigong, but in order to reap the richest rewards, efforts need to be made to embody the following requirements of practice a. Build up a firm faith and confidence. b. Be clear about the aims of Zhineng Qigong practice. c. Do away with unenlightened beliefs. d. Follow the laws of Zhineng Qigong. e. Build up a profound Zhineng Qigong (energy-intelligence) consciousness. f. Adopt an appropriate attitude towards the reactions that may occur during...

Liuhe Liuxu tVj Six Unions Emptiness

In oracle bone writing, Liu looks like a house. In fact, it is the house of the universe itself. We call the cosmos Liuxu, which means six emptinesses, or Liuhe, Observing the universe through the center of the body, we note six directions front, back, left, right, up, and down. Likewise, a hexagram in the Yijing is constructed with six lines and represents the way of the universe. In Yijing science, six is a partner of the number one and is the performing...

Conclusion

As mentioned in chapter 1, Chinese Qigong has a number of different styles, or schools, which come from different sources. One style, which was developed by scholars and is now practiced by the general populace, is devoted to maintaining health. A second style was developed by Chinese doctors and concentrates on healing. A third style was developed in the Buddhist and Daoist religions to help the devotees reach the goal of immortality. This style seeks not only to improve and maintain health,...

The Cultivation Of Intelligent Energy

We - ordinary mortals for the most part - cannot be assured of finding just the perfect shaman nor can we embark to the foothills of the Himalayas on a quest for the ultimate guru we cannot be assured of the timely descent of the Holy Spirit - which falls and withdraws with alarming unpredictability, like a thief in the night - for the resolution of our needs nor are we wise to depend upon the ever-burgeoning crop of premature psychics and soothsayers who are all too quick to attribute cosmic...

Dao Qi Chang Cn Jt Jjj U Remain in the Dao Qi

Meaning Dao means road, the Way, or universal law. As for the Great Dao itself, words cannot be used to interpret it, but you can experience it through your inner cultivation. Qi is the vital breath of the Dao, the universal life force. Chang means eternal, always, continue, or often. Cun means exist, be real, or The Dao is omnipotent and omnipresent. It is everywhere all of the time. Through our practice, we can access the Dao anytime and anywhere. The Dao is not only for those who are...

The Tranquility of Qigong Practice

Many Qigong friends have told me that their minds always wander from the present at the beginning of their Qigong training. Some friends have given up their Qigong practice because they could not calm down during Qigong. Actually, an uneven feeling is a normal phenomenon of Qigong processing. It is not necessary to try to force yourself to calm down during your practice. The ancient shamans designed different Qigong techniques to help people become tranquil. The feelings of stillness,...

Healing Others with Highly Developed Qi

When their Prenatal Qi develops, some people have strong Qi and can heal others. For example, if one of your friends were suffering from a stomach ache or a shoulder strain, you would just touch them where the pain was and suddenly they would find that the pain had gone and they felt much more relaxed. This is because you transmitted your Qi to the blocked area of your friend's body, smoothing the channels and releasing the ntlgative energy. You become, in effect, an acupuncturist who does not...

Points for Attention in Qigong Exercise

If Qigong exercises are to be practiced successfully, it is essential for beginners to clearly understand the movements, breathing methods, mental activities, and main theories of the exercises. Manipulation methods should be selected properly and the acupuncture points should be spotted correctly. Practicing Qigong with maximum effort should only occur after one is well acquainted with all of the basics. One must have clear goals, be confident and determined, and persevere. The Qigong...

Harmonizing Wind Unites the Cosmos

Meaning Hui means whirlpool and also means return. Feng means wind. In shamanism, Feng represents the circulation of Qi. Hun means blend, mix, or merge. He means combine, unite, union, harmony, or peace. In Qigong practice, practitioners should always bring energy together to be refined in the cauldron, which is located in the lower belly. One needs to control the wind very well to refine the energy. In Daoist internal alchemy, refining the elixir is a path to allow the mind, breath, and body...

Chi Qi

Chi Qi is the most profound and fundamental concept in both ancient chigongs and Traditional Chinese Medicine. With regard to chi, it is easy to refer to the breath and to that which we breathe thus some have translated chigong as Breathing Exercise, which is not truly accurate. Although breath control occupies a vital position in many schools of chigong, the chi referred to in chigong is entirely different from simply that which we breathe. In the theoretical view of classic Chinese cultures...

Maintain Peace in the Eight Directions

Meaning Wei means dignity, power, or impressive presence. Ling is usually translated as soul, spirit, or shaman. Ba means eight and represents stableness and accomplishment. Fang means direction or way, and it stands for the cosmos. Ba Fang means eight directions, which includes all directions, the entire universe. You may start Qigong practice with a small personal request, such as to improve your state of health, to release life trauma, or to create the power to heal. After a certain period...

Yao Wu Yang Wei fttH fa Tiger Displays Martial Power

Meaning Yao means shining, lightning, show, or display. Wu means martial power. Thus, Yao Wu means to display one's martial power. Yang means show or wave. Wei means respect, venerable, or spiritual power. It is a sincere feeling of respect for nature and for our practice. In the traditional way, doing Qigong practice is like performing a special ceremony or ritual to connect ourselves with the universe. The tiger displaying its martial power represents bringing out our inner potential for...

Shen Jian Zhan Xie iffim fl Spiritual Sword Kills the Demon

Meaning Shen means spirit, divine, or essence. Jian is a sword, which is a symbol for wisdom. Zhan means cut off with a sharp motion or chop. Xie means evil as in Xie Qf , devil, demon, or ghost. Xie means all the factors that cause illness. It may be a blockage in your body, problems in your life, unbalanced emotions, or anything that pulls you away from or blocks you from your endeavors. In our Qigong practice, we always feel resistance this is the evil Q that makes us feel that it is all...

Language Of Energy

Qigong Power

Energy is Life, but a Language of Energy does not exist in the West. To discuss the experience of Qigong we need an 'Energy Language'. Language gives us both a means of expressing and communicating meaning, experience, and sensation, and a way of understanding these things ourselves. Without an Energy Language we have no way of describing and understanding our energy, or how to work with, control or develop it. Without an Energy Language we are limited to vague, amorphous words and strange...

Regulation of Mental Activities

Regulation of mental activities is also known as will control or thinking method. The training of the will is the most important link in Qigong exercise. The Three Gists of Regime Sheng San Yao says, Preservation of the essence of life rests with cultivation of vital energy, which in turn rests with mental faculties. Mental faculty to vital energy is as mother is to child. Thus, concentration of the mind would have vital energy consolidated while distraction of the mind would have it dispersed....

Q Transforms the Three Layers

Meaning Qi is the vital energy of nature. Hua means change or transformation. It is a process that changes matter from one state to another. It is like a worm caterpillar transforming into a butterfly. We call this process Hua. Qi Hua in Qigong practice means that Qi may be used to remove blockages to allow the energy to flow. This is the Q healing skill. After doing Qigong practice for a certain length of time, you may use your Q to transform yourself or to transform another person's disease...

Stress Relief

Spring Forest Qigong is the most remarkable and profound experience of health and healing I have ever discovered. I have searched for many, many years both personally and professionally to find ways to help myself and others bring balance and holistic health to our lives. I found what I was looking for all those years in Spring Forest Qigong. I grew up in the suburbs of Minneapolis in a family where there was a lot of abuse and alcoholism. After high school I joined the Marine corps and went to...

Posture One Starting From the Front and Lifting Chi Up Laterally

Rotate and point the fingers to the front, stretch the clasped hands forward at the level of the shoulders. Separate the fingers and point the hands upward with the palms facing front. Separate the hands completely to keep them at shoulder width. Explanation Resuming the praying hands position, rotate and stretch the tips of the fingers forward until the arms are straight out horizontally Figure 17 . While maintaining the contact of the forefingers and thumbs, separate the hands, starting...

The diverse levels comprising Hunyuan chi and physical substances

Because substance is evolved from Hunyuan chi, the most primordial and original state of subtle matter is the original state of Hunyuan chi, which can be called original Hunyuan chi. It is a superfine, homogeneous and unique substance with no differentiation in its nature, which fills the whole universe and permeates all things. It is a unity, and incapable of being divided. It can evolve and transmute itself into different states of superphysical and subphysical Hunyuan chi, and can further...

Combining Active Exercise with Inner Health Cultivation

Active exercise means a series of procedures controlled by consciousness during qigong exercise in terms of determination of a proper posture, adjustment of the body, achievement of internal and external relaxation, regulation of respiration, as well as the elimination of distracting thoughts. The saying that active exercise is vigorous breathing wu huo , means to conduct breathing training under strong domination of consciousness. Inner health cultivation refers to the static state one falls...

Alleviating depression

1.Place the right hand on the left side of the chest while placing your left on your back. 2. Move your right hand in a downwards stroke to finish at your waist. Breathe in as you do so. 2. Move your right hand in a downwards stroke to finish at your waist. Breathe in as you do so. The secret energy users EATING AND DRINKING Before we start, perhaps I should explain that the terms I use in the chapter title have nothing whatsoever to do with having babies -they refer to different kinds of...

The Qi Energy of the Spirit

THE OTHER MAIN REASON we have energy blockages in our bodies is that we lose our spiritual connection. We lose trust in the universe. The energy to heal your body, mind and spirit comes from the universe. We are from the universe. We live in this body in the universe. And we will go back to the universe, too. Before we have our individual bodies to experience this life, we are one. We all come from the same source, the universe. We come from the universe. We go back to the universe. We are the...

Acknowledgements

The difficulty of defining accurately the sources of one' s ideas, points of view, and information is well known. The translation of this book, a book involving many ancient and modern ideas of Qigong practice, the philosophy of Zhuuyi ihe Book of Changes and medical sciences, has been influenced by the thoughts and efforts of so many colleagues and friends that to most of them I can offer only this general acknowledgement of my indebtedness. To Dr Zhao Shili, professor and director of Shandong...

Regulation of Breathing

Regulation of breathing, also called inhaling and exhaling, breathing method, venting or taking in, is an important link in Qigong exercise. The ancients attached great importance to breathing exercises and described a great number of methods including inhaling Fu-Qi , eating Shi-Qi , entering Jin-Qi , swallowing Yan-Qt , circulating Xing-Qi , taking in Cai-Qi , upper breathing Shang-Xi , lower breathing Xia-Xi , full breathing Mun-Xi , blurted breathing Chong-Xi , lasted breathing Chi-Xi ,...

Transform the Sexual Energy

Tan Tien Massage

Once you feel the Tan Tien is warm enough, smile down and bring the warm Chi down to the sexual organs women bring the Chi down to the uterus, men bring the Chi down to the testicles. It may feel like the 'sun shining on the water'. The rays of the sun purify the water until it becomes rising steam. Keep smiling down to the sexual organs and feel the warm or fiery feeling from the navel area continue to flow down to the sexual organs this transforms the sexual energy into Chi, and this Chi...

The Secret of Yin and Yang in Tai Chi practice

Meridiane Laogong

Kan-Lii and Yin-Yang adjustments are critical keys for success in Chi Kung, and so adjusting them is one of the main subjects of both training and research. According to the experience of the last thousand years, a Nei Dan Chi Kung practitioner who wishes to adjust his Kan and Lii efficiently must learn how to regulate his Yi and breathing. There are also several Chiaw Men Tricky Doors which have usually been kept secret, and only taught when the student had earned the trust of his master. One...

Qigong is Wonderful

Qigong can literally change your life. In China there are countless stories of those who have been helped by its often incredible effects. One such person is Wang Yan. It had such an effect that she made it her life's work. The practice of Qigong in China has a history which stretches into the mists of antiquity along with its' companions, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. These arts have been practised so long and wide by the people that they have become entwined as a golden thread...

The Five Essential Techniques of Qigong Practice

Although there are thousands of different Qigong forms in modern times, there are five essential techniques of Qigong practice in traditional forms.18 Whenever you practice any of the Qigong forms, you need to use all of these techniques in your daily practice. Otherwise, the Qigong practice will be incomplete. These five essential techniques are regulating the heart mind, regulating the breath, regulating the posture, regulating the diet, and regulating the sleep Regulating the heart mind is a...

Dao Zhi Chu Kou Dan Hu Q Wu

This book is about the classical Chinese wisdom tradition of Qigong. Qigong is a way of physical and spiritual cultivation, and it is also a way of life. Through understanding our lives, we can improve our spiritual cultivation. For this reason, I want to share a little of my life experience with you as an introduction to Qigong practice. Tea is an important part of my life. I learned the natural way of life, the teachings of the ancient Chinese shamans, and my spiritual path through drinking...

Rooting Practice

Tilting Spine Gong

The Rooting Practice is very important in the Universal Tao System. Rooting can be compared to the foundation of a building. The stronger the foundation, the higher the building may be built, and the more difficult it is to topple. After mastering the Rooting Practice you will feel, as you walk around, stand, or sit in your daily life, that you are more in touch with the earth. Fig. 3.68 You will feel more stable and practical minded, not spacey. Many Universal Tao students, after practicing...

All kinds of amazing psych abilities developed because they practised Qigong

Kate Britton Qigong

Dayan Qigong became very popular and Grandmaster Yang was invited to teach in many different areas. I thought that this was a good opportunity to study with her and I was again fortunate to be accepted by her, and so I started my Qigong journey. Then, after four years training, in 1988, I moved to the UK. However, Dayan Qigong is not a simple skill. It is very deep with philosophy, movements, meditation, Buddhist and Daoist healing knowledge. So even after I moved to England, I continued...

Definition of Qi and Qigong

In order to understand Qigong, you must first understand Qi. Qi is the energy or natural force which fills the universe. There are three general types of Qi. Heaven the sky or universe has Heaven Qi Tian Qi, which is made up of the forces which the heavenly bodies exert on the earth, such as sunshine, moonlight, and the moon's affect on the tides. The Earth has Earth Qi Di Qi, which absorbs the Heaven Qi, and is influenced by it. Humans have Human Qi Ren Qi, which is influenced by the other...

The main differences between Zhineng Qigong and other chigongs

Zhineng Qigong starts from the blending of man and nature. Most of the traditional chigongs are chigongs of the closed type, in which the physical essence, chi, and consciousness, or spirit, are confined within the body until all of the internal parts become a unity. In the final step of such practices, the internal chi is released and exchanged with the external chi of nature. This practice procedure is first internal, then external. The internal chi permeates the body from the inside...

Section Five Qigong Deviations

Deviations of qigong refer to the adverse reactions of qigong exercise which make the practitioner uncomfortable and uncontrollable. Such reactions are physically and mentally harmful. They may even lead to confinement of the practitioner to bed or mental disorders. So the qigong therapist should attach great importance to such deviations by providing timely instructions and proper treatment. From our experiences in rectifying deviations in 68 cases 53 cured, 10 improved and 5 with no effect ,...

L Cha Tea The Way of Spiritual Cultivation

Cangjie Animal Footprint

Now I invite you to read and experience my Qigong life. Please send your spiritual body with me. Don't know how It is not difficult. One of the key elements of Qigong practice is visualization. Please do not hurry. This is the way of Qigong, no hurry. Perhaps it will take me a while to tell you about Qigong. Imagine that you and I are together in a teahouse in a natural setting. It is a very simple house built of logs. We are sitting at the tea table, and we can see flowers and grass outside...

Building a firm faith and confidence

A firm faith and confidence can be transformed into an indefatigable determination, and thus bring about great power. This power may become a motivating force and a reservoir of stamina by which to reach the goal, heightening the wisdom and the courage to overcome difficulties, and enhancing one's ability to withstand both spiritual and physical hardship. It is impossible to succeed in any arduous endeavor without confidence and a firm faith. This faith contains two implications the first is...

Sancai Three Sources

It is written with three horizontal lines to represent the three layers of the universe. The three layers are known as Sanyuan EL jt, the three sources, or Sancai ELzt, the three materials. Sanyuan and Sancai both mean the key components of the universe, which include everything constructed by the three layers. To understand the number three is another way to understand the Dao. This is no coincidence, and it is why the Yijing uses three lines to construct a...

Shui Thong Lao Yue fc W H Lift the Moon from the Water

Zhong means center, within, or inside. Lao means pick up or lift. Yue means moon. The moon in the water is a symbol for emptiness. It is a symbol of the material world and the emptiness within it. The moon in the water is only a reflection of the physical moon that exists. Qigong practice can help us to deeply understand this emptiness. Everything in existence has some relationship, some connection, just as there is a moon in the water and there is a moon in the sky....

Afterword

In September 2005, after I had finished the final draft of this book, I had a great experience of nature in Hawaii with my wife Deirdre Orceyre. I practiced my shamanic alchemy Qigong on the Kan Water island of Kauai and the Lift Fire island of the Big Island. I sensed the power of Water and Fire and how they destroy and recreate life. The abundance of nature that is so evident in Hawaii showed me the importance of the symbolic killing function of the tiger. Death is indeed the path of rebirth....

San Sheng Wan Wu

The ancient Wu shamans understood that three is the universal number of creation. Trinity, a group of three in one, is one of the most important concepts in the Chinese shamanic spiritual traditions. The Yijing I Ching or Book of Changes contains three secret and sacred layers of wisdom Xiang symbolism , Shu numerology , and Li M. theory . Since the Yijing is considered to be the root of classical Chinese science and civilization, it can also be used to gain deeper insights into the foundation...

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The History of Qigong

Water Path Qigong

Chinese Qigong history can be divided roughly into three periods. The history of the first period is vague, although it is considered to have started when the Yi Jing Book of Changes, was introduced to the Chinese people sometime before 2400 B.C., and to extend until the Han dynasty 206 B.C., amp when Buddhism and its meditation methods were imported from India. This led Qigong practice and meditation into the second period, the religious Qigong era. This period lasted until the Liang dynasty...

The Buddhas Guardiansexercise Jin Gang Gong

According to legend, Jin Gang Gong was created by a general of the Qing Dynasty 1644-1911 A.D. . This general was proficient in both Qigong and medical skills. He later shaved his head and became a monk. This school of exercise was established by successors through selection. It consists of three steps. As with other exercises, it stresses the regulation of the heart, the body and the breath. The exercise should be done with relaxed body and soft breath, and without distracting thoughts. a. The...

The Development of Qigong

Qigong, as an art of healing and health preservation, is thought to have originated as early as four thousand years ago in the Tang Yao times as a form of dancing. Lu's Spring and Autumn Annals or Lu's History Lu Shi Chun Qiu records, In the beginning of the Tao Tang Tribes, the sun was often shut off by heavy clouds and it rained all the time turbulent waters overflowed the rivers' banks. People lived a gloomy and dull life and suffered from rigidity of their joints. As a remedy dancing was...

An Introduction To Qigong

Zhan Zhuang

In translating from Chinese into English there is not a single equivalence of one word into another. There are often multiple interpretations. Qigong does not have a singular exact meaning, not least because there is no equivalent or comparison in the West. 'Qi' means Energy, Vitality or Life. 'Gong' means Working With, Developing or Cultivating. It is a collective name given to a vast array of practices that have been developed over 2,500 years, by one of the world's oldest cultures. At the...

The Commonlyused Points and Manipulations

Pain Thumb Base Palm

The point massage can dredge the circulation of qi and blood, clear and activate the meridians and collaterals and strengthen the immunological and disease-resisting abilities of the body. It can also regulate qi and blood, balance yin and yang, enhance the body resistance to eliminate the pathogenetic factors, mobilize the potential energy of the body to achieve the goal of fighting against diseases and prolonging life. However manipulation and a correct selection of points according to the...

Tan Tien Chi Kung

Finger Art

These opening movements have been described in Parts I, II, III. Refer to Part I to refresh your practice. Hands Down at Sides - Palms Facing Each Other - Bone Breathing - Absorbing Cosmic Chi. Channeling the Earth Force - Washing the Bone Marrow. Raise arms to chest height - Palms facing each other. Open the Tiger's Mouth - Index Finger up, thumb down. Activate and Beam to the Eye of the Hip. Large Intestine 4 - Eye of the Hand. Pericardium 9 - Tip of the Middle Finger. Small Intestine 3 -...

Jiugong Jl W Magic Square

In Chinese, the number nine is Jiu ff . In Yijing science, nine is the highest Yang number and is a symbol of change. Recall that the primary Five Element odd numbers one, three, and five are all Yang. Adding these three numbers together produces the highest Yang number, nine. According to Yijing principles, extreme Yang will transform to Yin, rendering the number nine a symbol of transformation. As the highest Yang number, nine represents transformation and change. Nine, then, becomes a symbol...

Daoyin Exercise for Dredging Ren and Du Channels Jong Ren Du Daoyin Gong

Function Promotes free circulation of Qi within the Ren and Du channels and promotes proper circulation within all other channels. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand erect with feet close together, with hands hanging naturally at the sides and the chin tucked in as if supporting an object on the head. Keep your eyes looking straight ahead, breathe evenly, and focus your mind on the Dantian. Stand this way for a short while. 2. Activating the Coccyx Weiluguatt . Bend forward at waist to form an angle...

Wushu Exercises

Wushu Kick Exercises

Page 22 Qi Magazine July August 2002 could study martial arts. As a result, he vowed not to let his father down and worked very hard at his training. In 1 970, the Chinese government started to bring jack some of the old skills and Wushu was one of them. Suddenly it becamea respected skiil. The Chinese government began a searchfor talented young people to be representatives of the Wushu Athletic skill. This was also a time of political change. China had finished their relationship with Russia...

Professor Ming Pang Pang Lao

The following section A is based upon information collected from various sources other than the writings of Ming Pang - X. J. Professor Ming Pang, the founder of Zhineng Qigong science, is known as Pang Lao Shi by his students. He has achieved great attainment in Traditional Chinese Medicine, diverse forms of chigong, various martial arts, and modern and ancient philosophy and, while not a physician, he is well versed in Western medicine. From early childhood, Professor Pang began his training...

Starting Ba Duan

Duan Jin Exercises

Once you begin these exercises, you should make every effort to do them regularly and to do the full set of eight. Just a few minutes every day will be sufficient. This is the way to get the full benefit from them. Their natural life-enhancing effect will not be nearly as pronounced if you do them in bursts for a few days and then do nothing for a week or two. Once you have learned the eight exercises, and are smoothly stretching into all the positions, you can move on to the more advanced...

Training of Qi

Thenar Eminence Minor

Training Qi is the first step in developing the ability to emit Qi. A Qigong doctor usually has to undergo long-term physical dynamic and internal static exercises before his Qi can be voluntarily regulated, replenished, and circulated down to the Diantian, and then circulated throughout the body and its channels. Wherever a Qigong doctor's mind is concentrated, there is Qi, and wherever there is Qi, there is strength. This is the foundation from which Qigong doctors emit outgoing Qi. Training...

Exercises For Puerperal Restoration

Women who have given birth to a child all hope that their body may look like it did in their maiden life. This is possible if one practises the exercises for puerperal restoration. A brief introduction of these exercises is as follows 1. Stand with the arms raising up forcefully, or perform sit-ups, or stretch the arms backwards when sitting on a chair without a back. 2. Stand straight and stretch the arms downwards until they touch the ground. Or, lie on the back, get the body up with the...

Qigong Theory and Training Categories

Many people think that Qigong is a difficult subject to understand. In some ways, this is true. However, you must understand one thing regardless of how difficult the Qigong theory and practice of a particular style are, the basic theory and principles are very simple and remain the same for all of the Qigong styles. The basic theory and principles are the roots of the entire Qigong practice. If you understand these roots, you will be able to grasp the key of the practice and grow. All of the...

Taiji I The Universal Life Force

The unity of everything follows the energetic state of Wuji, the primordial cosmic Qf. Wuji generated an inner momentum creating two opposing movements. This is the dynamic Q state of Taiji. The literal meaning of Taiji is extreme ends or going to the limit. For example, a circle O stretched horizontally to the end of its limit will eventually become a straight line . In fact, in Yijing science, the number one represents Taiji. In Chinese, the number one is written as a horizontal line . It has...

The Six Healing Sounds

Chikung Six Healing Sounds

Use sound to discharge stagnant energy, and refresh your organs officials. Sound is a vibrational frequency which reverberates through the tissues and organs of the body. Different sounds have different frequencies which effect specific organs and functions. Colors also have their individual vibrational frequencies. One of the main causes of problems, symptoms, and illness is stagnant energy in the various organs and tissues which can cause a condition of internal heat, that then inhibits the...

Chapter Balancing Gong

Balancing Gong is a Daoist Qigong exercise which mainly imitates the movements and daily life of animals. The exercises work by stimulating the Dantien to strengthen the back, shoulders and neck. Nowadays, people have to sit for long periods in offices, cars, and so on. As a result in middle age their joints become stiff and painful, and sometimes even swollen. This is because of poor circulation. In Chinesc medicine the Qi and the blood are connectcd. If the circulation is good then the Qi...

Empty Force

Tan Tien Chi Kung is one of the Taoist Chi Kung practices used to develop the Tan Tien Second Brain and Perineum Power. We need Chi and Chi pressure in the Tan Tien as a foundation for most of the Universal Tao practices, especially for Iron Shirt Chi Kung and Tai Chi Chi Kung and meditation. The Tan Tien is the energy reservoir in the body. It is the place where we store the energy we generate, gather and absorb in Chi Kung and meditation. If the energy is stored in the Tan Tien it can be...

Prolapse Of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc

Prolapsus Lumbar Exercise

Prolapse of the lumbar intervertebral disc, also called prolapse of the nucleus pulposus of the lumbar intervertebral disc, is common in young and middle aged people. Patients feel pain on one side of the waist and leg. If not treated in time, The main symptom is' pain on one side of the waist and radiating pain in one leg, or a numb, cold and swollen feeling in the affected leg. Qigong exercises should be used when symptoms and signs are relieved after massage treatment. a Hip bone moving...

Perineum Power

Urogenital Diaphragm Males

A critical role in Tan Tien Chi Kung breathing and the creation of the right pressure in the Lower Tan Tien lies in the tightening and sealing of the sexual organ, the perineum and the anus. The ability to contract the pelvic floor and the coordination of holding up and tightening the sexual organ, perineum and the anus is essential. This ability prevents leakage of essence energy and preserves it so that it may be transformed into vital life force energy and spirit energy. This practice is...

Standing Post Qigong

Stangind Qigong

Qigong or Chi Kung is a general term that refers to various methods of Chinese exercise. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of qigong methods, but each is broadly based on the same philosophical and medical theories. These include the principles of yin and yang, Five Element theory, traditional Chinese medicine, Buddhism, Taoism and so on. The phrase qigong consists of two Chinese characters Qi, which can be literally translated as breath, and Gong which is translated as effort or...

Standing Too Long

Could you please give me some advice regarding my Qigong practice I am 16 years old and currently practice Zhuan Zhuang style Qigong and have been for several months now. It is recommended by masters that I should practice my Qigong for up to 20 minutes each day. At first this was very difficult, however, now it seems to be getting much easier. In fact, I often seem to persevere for much longer than is recommended, often standing for over 40 minutes. I would like to know if this could at all be...

Harmonization Exercise Tiao He Gong

Tiger Qigong

Tiao He Gong is an auxiliary exercise practised after ending of Qigong. It can be used for prevention of side-effects during performing Qigong. It was created according to expositions on cultivation, conserving health, methods of breathing and so on as found in the oldest medical book now extant in China, the Classics of Internal Medicine, and according to practical experience of curing diseases by massage. It is a kind of simple and practical exercise for health care. The maneuvres of the...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Universal Tao Practices

Chi Gong Dan Tien

It is in the Lower Tan Tien that the condensation process started from which our life began. This is where all the energies of heaven and earth in the lovemaking of our parents and ancestors and their essences came together and created the embryo and our Original Chi. In the Cosmic Healing Sounds practice, sound combined with movement serves to soften and cool down overheated organs which have tended to contract and harden as a result of stress. The body temperature is rebalanced and the free...

Karen Anderson

Karen is qualified to teach Balancing Gong and Healthy Living Gong. She can be contacted onkaren.anderson ,vgnegion.se I have had an interest in Chinese culture and philosophy for many years and I became interested in Qigong practice in the early 1990s. In my work as a physiotherapist I had been looking for ways to integrate western medicine with eastern health practices. Qigong seemed to be a very good method for relaxation and health improvement. I had the opportunity to attend one of Sifu's...

Falun Zhou Tian Fa Falun Heavenly Circulation Exercise Principle

Lower Dan Tien

This exercise enables energy of the human body to circulate over large areas. Rather than going through only one or several channels, the energy circulates from the whole Yin side of the body to the Yang side over and over again. This exercise is much superior to the average methods of opening up the energy channels, or, the great and small heavenly circulation. It is an intermediate-level exercise of Falun Gong. On the basis of the previous three sets of exercises, this one is intended to open...

Longevity Exercise Chang Shou Gong

Zhan Zhuang Allround Stance

Chang Shou Gong has been popular in the Taihu Lake Taihu Region of South China for a long time. It is characterized by integration of mobile and quiescent exercises, convenience for practice both on land or in a boat, providing firmness and gentleness, and all-round positive effects. When it is practised persistently, the diseases may be cured and prolonging of life obtained. 1 The preparatory posture. Calm the mind and concentrate the thoughts, but do not be slack. Let Baihui face the sky....

The principles of the Inner Perception Method

Superintelligence is an indispensable prerequisite. The faculty of superintelligence is indispensable in the processes of both understanding and transforming the world. Herein, superintelligence may be understood to mean inborn special abilities but more importantly it refers to that higher intelligence which is acquired by special training -chiefly chigong training. The practitioner's level of superintelligence directly decides the range, depth and accuracy of her cognition of the world. It...

Practice of Anus and Perineum Power

Anus Perineum

Breathing exercises to develop the Chi pressure in all the following seven areas and in the whole Tan Tien. We distinguish seven important areas in the Lower Tan Tien where we would like to develop the Chi pressure A. Below the navel Chi Hai Ocean of Chi . B. Lowest Abdominal Bladder area. C. Above the navel Area of the Solar Plexus. D. Both left and right sides of the front part of the Tan Tien. E. Both left and right sides of the body. Fig. 4.15 Areas for the development of Chi Pressure...

Sexual Energies and Self Development

While touched upon only briefly in the present text, Professor Pang has expounded elsewhere in much greater depth upon the importance of nur turing and directing one's sexual energies in the course of undertaking the practice of Zhineng Qigong. The importance of vigilance and care in directing the course of one's sexual energies is paramount. Whereas the common world view of this domain emerges from a concept of fragmentation - as it does with regard to all areas of life - and conceives of...

The reason for the healing effect of chigong practice

According to the theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine and chigong, all diseases are caused either by the shortage of blood and chi or by the abnormal circulation or movement of blood and chi. In such cases, various life processes become unbalanced. Through chigong practice, on the one hand, the blood and chi can become plentiful, and on the other hand, the smooth and unimpeded circulation of blood and chi can be promoted. In this way, it may be said One never falls ill when one's blood and...

Historical Survey of Chinese Qigong

The Postures

There are four major divisions or schools of Qigong practice and theory that have been developed by four groups the Confucians, the Physicians, the Buddhist and Daoist monks, and the Chinese martial artists. These groups are not mutually exclusive. For example, a physician studying the workings of Qi might also be a Confucian or Daoist. However, the works we have are usually identifiable as belonging to one particular group. The Confucians were primarily interested in the workings of human...

Definition

Qigong therapy falls into two categories internal qi therapy and outgoing-qi waiqi therapy. The former, as the term implies, refers to qigong practice by patients themselves to keep fit or to cure their own illnesses,while the latter is the skill of qigong adapted to treat patients by emitting qi from their bodies. The terminology of the latter is rather diversified. Besides outgoing-qi therapy waiqi therapy , other terms include qigong therapy by emitting outgoing-qi, emitting-qi therapy,...

Premature Ejaculation

The disease is often caused by masturbation in adolescence, deficiency of the kidney-qi due to intemperance in sexual life or dampness and heat of the Liver Channel. Failure of the normal sexual life characterized by ejaculation of semen at the beginning of the sexual act and prostration of the penis immediately after the ejeculation is the main manifestation of the disease. Premature ejaculation due to deficiency of the kidney-qi have the symptoms of soreness and pain in the waist, weakness of...

Self Qigong Exercise as Accessory Treatment

1 Iron Crotch Exercise Tiedang Gong Pushing the Abdomen-. Lie supine, overlap the hands with the right above the left, and push with them from the xiphoid process to the pubic symphysis 36 times. Pushing the Abdomen Obliquely-. Lie supine, and push with the palms from the xiphoid process separately and obliquely to the sides of the abdomen 36 times. Kneading the Navel-. Lie supine, overlap the hands and knead with pressure the navel clockwise and counterclockwise 36 times respectively....

Exercise for Nourishing the Kidney for Rejuvenation Yangshen Huichun Gongj

Functions Dredges the channels, reinforces the kidneys, tonifies and prolongs life. This exercise is a superior Qigong regime for nourishing the kidney and building up the health in the old and middle-aged. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand quietly with feet shoulder-width apart. Allow the hands to hang naturally, and keep the neck and spine straightened as if supporting an object on the head. Your knees should be relaxed and slightly bent, while the toes clutch the ground. Keep your tongue against...

Liangyi Yin Yang

In Classical Chinese, the number two, Er H, is written with two horizontal lines to represent Heaven and Earth. According to ancient Chinese cosmology, the momentum of Taiji, the chaotic primordial Qi, gave birth to two types of Qi heavy Qi and light Qi. These two types moved in opposite directions. The heavy Qi descended to form the Earth while the light Qi rose to form Heaven. Er is also pronounced Liang and is written as M . In the Yijing, the number two stands for Yin and Yang, or Liangyi M...

Small has no inside big has no outside

Tai Yang Acupoint

Nowadays many scientists spend a lot of their nation's money trying to extend the frontiers of knowledge. They want to know what is 'on the inside'. They have broken things down into molecules, atoms and electrons, smaller and smaller particles, and even sub-atomic particles. Each time they think they have found the smallest 'thing', they find another even smaller. And each time they look they find something different. It is as though these things create themselves. Modern scientists spend...

Wu Chinese Shamanism

When I was a child in China, I was curious about the way that local Wu Chinese shaman gave treatments to patients. How could an acupuncture needle release the pain when the Wu put it in a suffering patient's body How could the Wu's chanting help patients recover from sickness I came to understand more about Chinese medicine when I grew up, of course, but I did get answers to my questions in childhood. Still, I had more questions such as What are meridians What is an acupuncture point Where did...

Wuxing Five Elements

The oracle bone style for five is a symbol to represent the Yin and Yang energies interacting and dancing between Heaven and Earth. This is the pattern of peace, balance, and health. In Yijing science, the number five stands for Wuxing, the Five Elements of the universe. Wuxing, the Five Element Theory, is the essence of classical Chinese philosophy. The three layers of the universe are constructed of the Five Elements Water, Fire, Wood, Metal, and Earth. The word Xing...

Six Word Chant Ong Ma Lee Bae Mae Hong

This is the wisdom of the universe. MA LEE means a person's heart, which is full of changes. BAE MAE means the purity of the heart, the emptiness. HONG means the enlightenment of a person with the wisdom of the universe, or with the power of God. ONG sound can help with problems in the eyes, the ears, nose, and all kinds of headaches and head problems. MA LEE can help with problems in the throat, shoulders, elbows, and the heart and lungs. BAE MAE can help with...

Development of intelligence through chigong practice

Not only can the practice of chigong build up health in the practitioner, it can also stimulate the emergence of infinite wisdom and power. This is because being calm and tranquil is a basic requirement for the practice of chigong. An inwardly calm and tranquil state is the third state, differing from both sleeping and waking states. It is a state in which not only is rest provided, but also in which fatigue is relieved. More importantly, it is an effective way of optimizing the life processes,...

Massage and Rubbing

Acupuncture Points Around The Neck

People have always instinctively rubbed sore muscles and other painful areas to ease their pain and to help the sore muscle recover more quickly. Long ago it was found that this kind of rubbing can also cure a number of disorders such as headaches, joint pain, and an uneasy stomach, and that simple rubbing can even strengthen weakened organs. The therapeutic effects of massage are known world-wide. The Japanese have used acupressure, which is derived from Chinese massage, for centuries. The...

Overview of Taiji and Related Terms

Taijiquan Also spelled T'ai Chi Chuan, pronounced tye-jee-chwan Chinese or more commonly, Tai Chi tye-chee. An enormously popular martial art exercise originating in China. Like other internal martial arts, it uses qi and balance, rather than muscular strength to overcome force. Taiji is distinguished by its solo practice forms of graceful, and usually slow dancelike movements and the stylized quasi-sparring exercises for two-persons called push hands. Qi Ch'i the vital energy, or the energy of...

Chi Kung can create an ultimate strong body through its breathing and conditioning processes

Secret Qigong Breathing Techniques

Qi Gong pronounced Chi Kung is an ancient Chinese energy Chi practice. It originated in China over 1,000 years ago. In ancient times healers were extensively trained in Qigong. The Chinese character gong represents the effort placed into Qi practice as well as the power gained through such practice. Qigong literally means the meditation practice of Qi energy. It is based on the concept of Chi, energy which flows through the body. There are 460 movements to learn in the Qigong and related Tai...

Swimming Dragon Gong

Swimming Dragon Gong

Sword Fingers Point to Four Directions a. Continuing on from the last movement. Turn, 45 degrees to the left so you have now turned 90 degrees from the original forward facing position so you are facing to the left. As your turn open your arms out keeping both sword fingers. b. Step forwards with the left foot and circle both sword fingers to the waist. c. Lift up both hands and extend them forwards, so the finger swords point up to the sky and the Hegu points connect with the Taiyang...

Nei Dan Meditation Training

Nei Dan Qigong

Small Circulation Xiao Zhou Tian -V ffl Meditation Breathing. The first and most important step for effective meditation is proper breathing. There are two basic methods in use in Chinese meditation Daoist and Buddhist. Daoist breathing, also known as Reverse Breathing Fan Hu Xi, amp . f '-5. , is used to prepare the Qi for circulation, and its proper development is crucial. In Daoist breathing the normal movement of the lower abdomen is reversed during inhalation and exhalation. Instead of...

Cosmic Star and the Earth Star

Lower Dan Tien

At the moment of conception, the two forces yin and yang connect with such a force, then only fractions of a moment later, the two forces explode into nine different Energy Centers. Seven of them we find in the body and two of them outside the body, forming our personal stars. Fig. 4.4 A. Activate the Lower Tan Tien Fire. B. Activate the Kidney and Adrenal Fires. Fig. 4.5 Three Fires into One Fig. 4.6 'Personal Star' Energy Fig. 4.5 Three Fires into One Fig. 4.6 'Personal Star' Energy The two...

Middle Dantian Open and Close

Two Hands Face Each Other in Front of the Stomach 4-3 Continue from the last move and loosen the two hands down to the front of the naval. Pause. Eyes focus on the line between LAOGONG. Continue from last movement. The two LAOGONG open as though pulling away from each other. Imagine the two hands are tied up together with an elastic string. Two hands press back to each other as though squeezing a balloon. Repeat the above open and close motion 18 times. 3. Lower DANTIAN Open and Close Repeat...

History

Qigong Meridians

Qigong is an ancient Chinese art used for healing and strengthening body, mind, and spirit. Qigong combines movement, mediation, and breathing as a means of cultivating and enhancing the body's natural internal energy qi while increasing awareness of its flow throughout the body. Qi is Iifeforce or vital energy. It's the fuel that powers the universe, the energy in us and all around us. Gong means work. Qigong then is energy work. Qigong patterns and there are literally thousands are typically...

Stretching tendons activity

Stretching tendon activity is a high level form of mental activity during contraction relaxation exercise. It involves more than two limbs while combining resting muscles in a single stretching, tendons are like elastics which two extremities are using force in the same time or one extremity fixed and the other using force, then suddenly exert a pulling tightly contraction relaxation movement. All limbs and resting muscles are unified to create an homogeneous entity, while maintaining angle in...

Qi or Chi Art of Breathing[

Body - Energy - Spirit movements of meditation and health for body, mind amp spirit Learn how to cultivate your natural ability to heal and attain a life of vitality and harmony. Taoist Arts of Serenity amp Healing What is Qigong An easy-to-follow combination of controlled breathing, focused concentration, and simple movement. A simple definition of Qigong is Qi, which in Chinese means energy or life force. This is the energy that wakes us in the morning, gets us through our day and helps us...

Three Treasures Jing Qi and Shen

Before you start any Qigong training, you must first understand the three treasures San Bao, -f Jing essence, ft , Qi internal energy, , and Shen spirit, . They are also called the three origins or the three roots San Yuan, because they are considered the origins and roots of your life. Jing means the Essence, the most original and refined part of every thing. Jing exists in everything. It represents the most basic part of anything which shows its characteristics. Sperm is called Jing Zi f ,...

Qigong Training

Generally speaking, all Qigong practices, according to theory and training, can be divided into two general categories Wai Dan External Elixir, fl- and Nei Dan Internal Elixir, In this section, we will discuss the theories of these two cate gories. Once you understand these theories, you have the root of most Chinese Qigong practices. As previously mentioned, the human body has twelve major Qi channels Jing, , which can be compared to rivers. Six of these are connected to the fingers, and the...

Book Ii The Theory And Principles Of Zhineng Qigong

Professor Ming Pang Pang Lao Shi 45 2. Professor Pang's works 45 4. Training programs available at the Center 47 5. Zhineng Qigong practitioners around the world 48 6. The rate of healing effectiveness at the Center 49 7. The Hunyuan community - a new medical model 50 8. The Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Science Institute 51 9. The Journal of Zhineng Qigong Science 51 10. The clinic at the Center 52 11. Full Moon and New Moon practices Zishi Gongs 52 B. Chigong Science and Zhineng Qigong Science 52...

Marrow Washing Qigong

Internal External Flow

From ancient times, Qigong has been known as a method of eliminating disease and prolonging life. Wu Dong is the name of the mountain where this Qigong health system was created. In order to define the words Qigong, it is necessary to understand the concept woven into its two roots, Qi and Gong. Qi is written with the character that indicates the cooking and steaming of rice, and it is usually used to mean air, breath, or even steam. But, this is only the...

Qigong Training Theory

In Qigong training, you must understand the principle behind everything you are doing. The principle is the root of your practice, and it is this root which brings forth the results you want. The root gives life, while the branches and flowers results give only temporary beauty. If you keep the root, you can regrow. If you have just branches and flowers, they will die in a short time. Every Qigong form or practice has its special purpose and theory. If you do not know the purpose and theory,...

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