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Qigong Power Training System

This eBook guide teaches you how to master your inner chi power to take control of more aspects of your life than you knew that you had control over. Once you've learned how to control your chi power you can heal yourself, produce energy, focus your mind, and even increase your physical strength by forming a more powerful mind-body connection. Learning how to take control of your mind and chi power is easy to learn, even for someone who has never learned to meditate or even knew what chi was. Anyone can start using this program and take control of their life and change whatever they want for the better. This book teaches you to master this power in 10 days or less It doesn't take much for you to be able to control your chi and heal and power your life! This guide can teach anyone, from the beginner to the advanced person. Read more here...

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The author presents a well detailed summery of the major headings. As a professional in this field, I must say that the points shared in this manual are precise.

As a whole, this manual contains everything you need to know about this subject. I would recommend it as a guide for beginners as well as experts and everyone in between.

The Faluns Configuration

The Falun of Falun Gong is an intelligent, spinning body of high-energy substances. It rotates according to the order of the entire grand movements of the cosmos. In a sense, the Falun is a miniature of the universe. In the center of the Falun there is a Buddha School symbol of srivatsa, rt, (in Sanskrit, srivatsa means the gathering of all good fortune (refer to the Ci Hai dictionary)), which is the core of the Falun. Its color is close to golden yellow, and its base color is bright red. The...

Wu Style Tai Chi New York City

Leung Shum began his Kung Fu training at the age of eight under the direction of his godfather, Grandmaster Ng Wai Nung. Sifu Shum practiced Northern Eagle Claw and Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan for more than 25 years before coming to the United States and opening his school in New York City. He is considered the leading authorityon Northern Eagle Claw in the United States and the author of the first English language writing on the subject, entitled Eagle Claw Kung Fu Classical Northern Chinese Fist.

Coldtype Arthralgia

Symptoms of this type include general or localized pain which may be relieved by warmth and aggravated by cold, white tongue coating and taut, tense pulse. Flat-palm detection often reveals cold, densified and stagnated sensation of qi at the aching region. It is manifested as heaviness and numbness of the limbs and localized arthralgia (e.g., joints of the limbs) which tends to attack in wet days, and soft, slow pulse and white, greasy coating. Flat-palm detection may reveal cold, stagnated,...

Hunyuantaiji Staff

For the staff, the main point is circles the shape is spiral and the nature is silk reeling. The four jins of stickiness, adherence, linkage and following and the five stepping methods are also incorporated into the staff form. Therefore, the staff form is full of changes. In practice, the Dang (Crotch area) must be rounded and the stance stable. The waist must turn and the arms reel, twist, wrap, turn like a screw (zuan) and turn-over (Fan). The body turns with the staff. These are the major...

Our Body and the Body of the Universe

In Chi Kung there may be called a Yin state or a state in which receptivity is a principal virtue. In a later period the character representing Chi is composed of two parts those for rice and air, implying that energy was seen as the combined product of the intake of oxygen and food. Is this shift indicative of a change in perception which coincides with the rise of patriarchy and a shift from inner to outer As the inner movements of body and mind become more natural, also the Chi flow,...

Time of Day to Practice

Chinese wisdom holds that the hours of the day are divided into two separate times the energizing hours and the relaxing hours. This division has much to do with Traditional Chinese Medicine, which says that your Qi is more active in certain body areas at certain times than at others. Even the quality of the energy varies according to the time of day, so it might be important to take these facts into account in planning your T'ai Chi practice times. Generally, the morning hours are devoted to...

Qigong Treatment

At the beginning of practising Qigong exercise, the patient may take some medicine as an auxiliary means. After 1 or 2 months later, the patient can reduce the amount of the medicine gradually to increase Qigong exercise. Practise 2 or 3 times a day, 30 to 60 minutes each time. See Chapter Two for details. Practise once a day, 30 to 60 minutes each time. Choose the postures to practise according to the positions of osteophyte, such as the 2nd, 9th and 19th postures. 3) Three Cores Together...

Discover the Beauty of Life

The most beautiful aspect of doing Qigong is that through healing the body, you learn to understand your life and the freedom of life, physically and spiritually. You will find long-forgotten love, kindness, and forgiveness coming back to you. You see, life is for happiness-of your family, your community, your people, and the whole world. Happiness is gained by giving your love and forgiveness to others. T recommend that you * Do more good deeds for others and society. When you do good things...

The Distribution Of Jingluo And Its Functions

Jingluo is a general term for the meridians and collaterals in the human body. The meridians, which constitute the main trunks, run longitudinally and interiorly within the body while the collaterals, which represent branches of the meridians, run transversely and superficially from the meridians. The jingluo are pathways in which the qi and blood of the human body are circulated. They pertain to the visceral organs and extend over the surface of the body, forming a network and linking the...

Qigong Acupuncture

Insert the filiform needles into Zhongwan (Ren 12) and Zusanli (St 36) jknd then emit qi to them with pushing, pulling and rotating manipulations to get qi balanced. 3. Self Qigong Exercise as Accessory Treatment (1) The Psychosomatic Relaxation Exercise Sit or stand quietly. Relax the body in an orderly way from the head to the chest, the abdomen, the back, the waist aad the lower limbs and lastly relax the epigastric region again, imagining quiescence when inhaling and murmuring relaxation...

Five Weaknesses Seven Injuries Qigong

Balance and T'ai Chi, 159, 160 basic components of TCM, 182-193 Qigong exercises, 126-128 stepping exercises, 114-116 styles of meditation, 140-141 seated, 128-129 tenets of Taoism, 168-170 warm-ups, 61-65 beach lake stream river and T'ai Chi practice, 47 benefits of Chinese massage, 191-192 benefits of T'ai Chi, 23 beyond traditional care, 159-160 Bodhidharma, 18 body alignment, 55-56 body, listening to your, 26 breath counting, 142-144 Breath Watching, 144, 145-146 breathing, 54-55 for...

Being clear about the aims of Zhineng Qigong practice

The ultimate aim of Zhineng Qigong is to advance the development of human culture to the point of making a leap to a higher level of living. There are different requirements at different stages in the overall process of reaching this goal. Whether for the prevention and healing of illness, the maintenance of health, or the development of intelligence, the ultimate aim of Zhineng Qigong should be to promote the heightened development of human civilization, to create a better world, and to...

Applying Structural Alignment Principles to Iron Shirt Chi Kung Practice

Diligent practice of Iron Shirt Chi Kung will lead to an increased flexibility and range of motion of the spine and other joints. As the body becomes more open, it is important to understand and apply the principles of healthy structural alignment in daily life. Since many of us have come from a background of structural randomness and distortion, it is necessary to learn what to do with our various body segments as our body becomes open and capable of new, more appropriate alignment. In effect,...

Summary

The benefits of the healing of illness and progress in practice. The essential conditions for the healing of illness and the making of progress are plentiful and abundant chi and blood and the smooth and unimpeded circulation of chi and blood. Many diseases are caused by the abnormal circulation of the chi and blood, due to incorrect physical postures. Through the practice of this standing form, every part of the body is adjusted to assume a correct posture, which further promotes the normal...

Chi Kung and the Rise of a New Perspective

The rise in interest in Chi Kung as a practice which enables people to take care of themselves and make use of their own innate potential to cultivate their health and heal themselves is not surprising. In the process of Chi Kung practice, new forms of consciousness spirit may arise which are able to direct, steer and guide the Chi in new directions. All genuine transformations have invariably started as small awakenings, subtle wonders that were hardly perceptible. One of the subtle wonders...

Walking Tai Chi Chi Kung

Walking Tai Chi Chi Kung is essentially Tai Chi Chuan itself. Most of the walking movements are adapted from the Tai Chi sequence, the only difference being that a single movement is repeated continuously until you can feel the movement of Chi. Since you are only doing one basic movement it is easy to remember and master, and you can put all your attention on being relaxed, centered, and balanced, and thereby regulate your body. Then you can start regulating your breathing and mind, which is...

Give promise of longevity selfhealing

Daoism celebrates and cultivates the art of living in accord with the cyclical play of natural energies, maintaining an easy, humorous, yet commonsense approach to everyday life. Daoism cultivates our capacity to spiral from the serene and tranquil to the energetic and dynamic. In this spirit, the Daoists created refined qigong systems of meditative movement to induce harmony with nature, generate energy, and at the highest levels, to achieve spiritual illumination. Qigong teaches us to...

The Infinite Voyage

The path to healing, though almost always a major life challenge, need not be a dark night of the soul - a stormy voyage upon uncharted seas without benefit of compass, moon or starlight. While, if we are to become whole, the risks of the voyage must be made, and in the end made each alone, we would be wise to chart our course as the seafarers of old, by the maps of those who have gone before, and spent their lives upon these waters. They know the whereabouts of reefs and shoals, the lay of the...

Being Attentive

One of the multiple translations of Dao De Jing states To experience without intention is to sense the world To experience with intention is to anticipate the world. Replacing intention with attention is a crucial prerequisite for being in the flow. When you are driven by your desires, you negate the present by striving to achieve what you think will be better than what is present. Every intention is based on expectations, projections and or judgments. Since life never seems to meet...

The continuity of practice

In their private moments, some practitioners and would-be practitioners have wondered if the rather stringent injunctions against missing even a single day's practice are not perhaps just a little extreme in their dogmatism. They have encountered the formidable concept of 'gongs' and further 'gongs', and sensed the perilous implications of ever lapsing in these critical endeavors, lest all be lost. Professor Pang provides further cause for concern in reaffirming in fairly incisive terms the...

Opening to Heaven Earth and Nature

The natural world is the source of our power. Cosmic Chi Kung teaches us about nature and its energies. In the Tao, nature and the universe are equivalent to God. You are a part of nature and can easily learn to open to the forces in the macrocosm and let them flow through you. This is very simple. Just tune into the frequencies around you. Your fingers are antennae, which transmit and receive. 1. To begin your practice of Cosmic Chi Kung, simply stand up and feel the energy around you. When...

Chronic Myocarditis

Chronic myocarditis is a kind of myocardium disease caused by chronic myocardium pathological changes. Most cases occur after acute myocarditis. The main symptoms 'are palpitation, shortness of breath, cardiectasis and arrhythmia, etc. Practise this exercise 3 to 5 times a day, 30 to 60 minutes at a time, breathing naturally. See Chapter Two for details. See the previous sections of chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Choose the 1st and 8th postures. Practise 1 or 2 times a day, 15 to 20 minutes...

The flow

Some ways of organizing thought processes are superior to others. In the case of the art of Ba Gua Zhang, the optimal attainment occurs when thought processes achieve harmony with the Tao to create power, or te. As previously discussed, traditional Taoist belief is that man is a microcosm, a miniature Wu Ji (Void) Chaos before creation Taiji T'ai Chi Grand Principle Five elements Five symbols of creative and destructive Ba Gua Eight points of analysis Eight trigrams Standing exercise first move...

Exercises

SOMETIMES WE MY think we are healthy, but we are really not. For instance, if you think your Qi is strong, try standing in a relaxed posture, with knees slightly bent for ten minutes. If you feel tired after only a few minutes, then it means your bones are weak, and it also means your Qi is weak. When we do Qigong, we strengthen the body from the inside out. We make our heart, lungs, spleen, kidneys and liver strong by gathering fresh Qi to feed them. When your body is full of Qi, it is stored...

Rooting

In all Chi Kung practice it is very important to be rooted. Being rooted means to be stable and in firm contact with the ground. If you want to push a car, you have to be rooted so the force you exert into the car will be balanced by a force into the ground. If you are not rooted, when you push the car you will only push yourself away, and not move the car. Your root is made up of your body's root, center, and balance. Before you can develop your root, you must first relax and let your body...

Tao Cosmology Unfolding the Original Trinity

Wuji is just the Daoist way of describing the universal womb of the Tao from which everything is born - a kind of Godhead with no God or Goddess sitting inside it. Inside this womb is the pure Mystery of the Unknown. It is the Holy of Holies, in which non-being transmutes itself into Original Spirit-Breath-Substance, the primordial trinity. This is the silent, mysterious act of Original Will which is present in every moment of manifestation. Original trinity in turn initiates the Song of...

Internal martial arts are born

J ijs- The first written record of a distinctive internal style martial art (nei chia ch uari) nei chia ch'uan occurs in the 1600s where Huan Tsung-Hsi described a system of self-defense counter to Shaolin. His written commentary included notes on internal Texts on marrow washing and muscle and tendon changing attributed to Ta Mo. Texts on marrow washing and muscle and tendon changing attributed to Ta Mo. training and soft style strategy.24 Of particular interest is his principle of stillness...

Chapter The Root of Tai Chi Chuan Yin and Yang

The theory of Yin and Yang is the root of Tai Chi Chuan, and the source from which it was created and formalized. The Chi Kung sets, which are an essential part of the practice of Tai Chi, are also based on this theory. It is therefore desirable to understand Yin-Yang theory so that you can have a clear concept of what you are trying to accomplish in your practice. 2-1. The Concept of Yin and Yang, Kan and Lii Yin and Yang The Chinese have long believed that the universe is made up of two...

Energy

Mastering the Chinese Art of Internal Strength with Chi Kung Exercise A Fireside Book Published by Simon & Schuster Inc. New York London Toronto Sydney Tokyo Singapore Design Photography Illustration Direction Simon and Schuster Building Rockefeller Center 1230 Avenue of the Americas New York, New York 10020 Copyright 1991 Gaia Books Limited The right of Master Lam Kam Chuen to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in accordance with Sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright,...

Why Do We Need to Control External Qi

When I use external qi for my patients, I look at the backbone through the clothes and can see its curve as an image. Then I release external qi to the abnormally curved part, with the image in mind of a normal back. Advanced qi practitioners can correct curved backbones in this way and activate a patient's qi flow of the Microcosmic Orbit. Symptoms such as back pain begin to diminish. The effect is apparent to the patient, and can also be checked with thermography and with the AMI machine that...

Fourth Gua Embrace moon Turning the joints outward

Walk with the right foot forward, palms toward sky. These photos show the beginning steps of this walking Ba Gua qi gong exercise. As shown, the practitioner walks the circle for at least half the circle's circumference. When practicing this part of the exercise, the shoulder, elbows, and wrist joints turn in a coordinated, sinuous outward way, opening the joints. While practicing the movement, keep the mind calm and centered. Breathe deeply and slowly, directing the qi to the lower jiao (lower...

Transcending Holding Patterns

To excel in transcending your holding patterns, you would ideally receive Qi Dao Coaching from me or another certified Qi Dao Coach capable of utilizing some advanced practices beyond the scope of this basic book. During my studies of Hypnotherapy, I found out that certain aspects of Qi Dao Coaching are comparable to what Dr. Ernest Rossi considered the Symptom Path to Enlightenment. It really leads to enlightenment or, at least, fulfillment of your greatest dreams as well as empowering you to...

Higher Dimensions Of Practice

The Total Exercise of One's Being, Body, Mind and Spirit The true practice of any discipline, Zhineng Qigong included, cannot fail to impact all the layers of one's being. With this in mind, we should seek to approach our own practice with a quality of humility, wholehearted perseverance, and boundless faith. The presence of nature is always a powerful starting place for such an endeavor, as is the company of those who share our spiritual intent. Simplicity, silence and humility allow the...

The Origins of Qigong

The qigong that we refer to today was not, in fact, originally called qigong. It originated from the solitary cultivation ways of the ancient Chinese people and from cultivation in religions. The two-character term, qi gong, is nowhere to be found in the texts Scripture of Dan Cultivation, the Daoist Canon,110 or the Tripitakan During the course of our present human civilization's development, qigong passed through the period when religions were in their embryonic forms. It had already existed...

First aid

Regular Zhan Zhuang practice improves the smooth flow of Chi inside you and so increases your ability to ease a sudden pain, or minor cut or burn, using the simple techniques outlined below. The more you have been able to release the blocked Chi within you through your practice, the more effective you will be in healing yourself and others. Seek medical advice for any serious conditions. If you or someone else has a sudden pain for any reason, such as toothache, the cause of the pain needs to...

Simple Chi Kung

Whether one is student or an expert, practice is essential. A practice session can be fruitless, however, if the body is not properly prepared to handle the energy it is about to absorb. This is the main reason for these additional Iron Shirt training exercises. The term warm-up means to begin the Chi and blood flow and invigorate their circulation throughout the body. Warm-up exercises are particularly important for areas of the body that are rarely stretched, such as the spine and the sacrum....

Three Secrets of Practicing Qigong Effectively

Countless different Qigong and meditation exercises exist. All teach the basic idea of using consciousness to go into the emptiness where thoughts ultimately cease or greatly diminish and sensory connections to our bodies fade. We and everything in our world are all from the emptiness and will go back to the emptiness. It is a state of pure energy where we are one with the universe. Our bodies naturally direct us to the emptiness. When we get sick, for example, the first place we go is not to...

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...

Zhineng Qigong

In Chinese, zhi means wisdom and intelligence, the synthesis of functions performed by the cerebral cortex in dealing with external things neng means ability and capability, in both their physical and spiritual as pects. Briefly stated, Zhineng Qigong refers to a chigong through the practice of which intelligence can be developed, and various abilities enhanced. In other words, Zhineng Qigong is a chigong designed with the purpose of enhancing ordinary intelligence as well as developing...

Externalizing qi fa qi

One should be cautious about dismissing some amazing stories too quickly. Some feats that may be treated with skepticism by the uninitiated may have been kept secret through many generations and passed down from father to son. One of my teachers, by profession a college professor, is a well-liked, unassuming man who from time to time gives my students a real treat. He performs the amazing feat of concentrating his qi and projecting it through his finger, drawing a mark on his torso with his...

The guiding principles of the development of Zhineng Qigong

To guarantee the healthy development of Zhineng Qigong, the practice of the following four principles has been stipulated One Aim, Two High Ideals, Three Teaching Principles and Four Cardinal Criteria. One Aim Under the guidance of dialectical materialism and historical materialism, deeply practice and probe into traditional chigongs, blazing new trails with sharpened minds. Render the ancient chigongs scientific and publicly accessible, encouraging participation by great numbers of people in...

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...

Clinical Manifestations

Acute type The patient experiences hyperaemia, photophobia, pain, shedding tears, and sometimes headaches and nausea. Usually the patient is unable to work. Chronic type The typical patient has engaged in cutting and welding with electric arc torch for a long time, and may experience photophobia and conjuctive hyperaemia but can still work. Practise in'the spare time in the morning and evening. See the previous section of chronic bronchitis and emphysema for details. Practise the 1st and 2nd...

The Inner Depths Hs

Your Natural Strength Stress Management Stress is affecting the lives of an ever-increasing number of people. We carry tension with us in our nervous systems and lock it into the cellular memories of our muscles. This strain is the greatest single cause of the headaches, muscle pains, illnesses and medical traumas that people suffer day after day. In Chinese medicine, health depends on the smooth flow of Chi. Anything which blocks the flow of our energy leads to pain, deterioration and disease....

Regulation of the Body Adjustment of Posture

Regulation of the body is also called posturization or adjustment of posture. It is especially important for the beginners of Daoyin or static Qigong to have a good command of this skill. In Qigong exercise, four basic postures may be assumed they are sitting, lying, standing and walking. Static Qigong usually requires a sitting, lying or standing posture, while Daoyin can be practiced using all four. There are two sitting postures addressed in this text upright sitting and sitting...

Noteworthy achievements through the application of the Inner Perception Method

There have been many noteworthy achievements in the application of the Inner Perception Method. a. The Theory of the Main and Collateral Chi Channels, as well as the Theory of Chi and Its Transmutation were established upon foundations laid by the active application of the Inner Perception Method. Both the Theory of the Main and Collateral Chi Channels and the Theory of Chi and Its Transmutation constitute the theoretical essences of Traditional Chinese Medicine and ancient chigongs. They have...

Tricky Question

I have been doing Qigong for some years. Lately I've been questioning my teachers ethics. Is it possible to be a good Qi gong-teacher and claim to be a master when he sleep around with many of his students. He has done a lot of good things to me and many others, but I have a problem accepting a master having sex with everyone. I thought it was important to have a pure heart and mind. Or am I just old fashioned M. D. Email Dear M With regards to you teacher sleeping with all of his students. In...

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...

The Power Of Synergy The Intelligence Of Energy

It is true that special conditions are in effect in China which are not readily reproducible elsewhere, but this is no reason to discount the power of one's own endeavors wherever one may happen to be. The phenomenon of the fchi field' is perhaps the most potent of these. Where two or more are gathered, there am I. While these are the words of Christ, this powerful saying might apply equally well to Zhineng Qigong wherever a committed practice is consistently performed, particularly in concert...

Martial qi gong

Taoist Walking Qigong

The merging of martial arts with health exercise goes back into some of the earliest written records of martial arts in China. Ta Mo, briefly discussed in Chapter Two, came to China from India in the sixth century, is credited with writing a martial arts and health text and the founding of the Buddhist Shaolin temple. As discussed in Chapter Two and Three, starting during the period of the Boxer Rebellion at the turn of the century, the study of qi gong and Taoist alchemy was increasingly...

Regulating Spirit Tyau Shen ff

There is one thing that is more important than anything else in a battle, and that is fighting spirit. You may have the best general, who knows the battlefield well and is also an expert strategist, but if his soldiers do not have a high fighting spirit (morale), he might still lose. Remember, SPIRIT IS THE CENTER AND ROOT OF A FIGHT. When you keep this center, one soldier can be equal to ten soldiers. When his spirit is high, a soldier will obey his orders accurately and willingly, and his...

Four Sections of Cosmic Healing

The next step is to learn the four sections of the Cosmic Healing Chi Kung, the 'Empty Force' sequence. Each of the four sections of Cosmic Healing Chi Kung develops a different type of energy mastery. Each section begins and ends in the same way, yet has different movements in the middle. The first section of Cosmic Healing Chi Kung emphasizes connecting to the external Chi emanating from heaven and earth. This ability is very beneficial for self-healing and is essential for healing others. If...

The Phoenix

Stand with hands at side, visualize yourself as a phoenix. 2. Slowly raise up your arms until they are horizontal at your shoulder level, like a phoenix spreading it's wings. 3. Turn your hands outward, like a phoenix's wingtips. 4. Stand like this for about fifteen minutes, feel the qi coming in through your palms. Phoenix Takes Flight 1. Stand with back straight, one leg a half step in front of the other. 2. Slowly raise your arms in front of you, palms downward. 3. Bend foward, with your...

How Does TCM relate to Tai

All of the principles of Taoism that we examined in the last chapter, as well as some that we did not, apply to both TCM and T'ai Chi. Based on the yin-yang principle, TCM seeks to balance the body. Take, for example, a fever. Often, the methods of TCM will induce yet a higher fever, albeit temporarily, in order to lead it into a balanced state. This is explained by the principle of lead an unbalanced condition into yet a more unbalanced state, and it will seek to gain equilibrium. In other...

SFQ reveals the truth there is no right or wrong in Qigong movements only good better and best

Many Qigong masters and teachers tell their students that they have to follow their instruction exactly. If not, it could cause harm in the body. So in order to learn Qigong well, you have to go to a master to learn it directly from him. Many students in my classes have asked me about this. I always smile and tell them this is not so. You do not need perfect technique to benefit from Qigong. If you are practicing Qigong to help yourself there is no right or wrong only good, better and best. You...

Healing with Qi Qi Healing Techniques

Here are some techniques I have found that really help me when I get hurt. Technique 1 Hot Cold Healing I do this when I have sore muscles, cramps, and .just plain old pain. 1 Imagine the place where the pain is located as a cold mass of cells, tissue, blood vessels, etc. Just imagine that everything there is cold. 2.Now imagine the Qi in you as a warm force. Move it to the place where it hurts with your Yi. 3.Have the heat warm the cold painful area, making it feel better and sending the pain...

Styles and Types of Qigong

Although there are thousands of Qigong exercises available, they all can be classified into one of five main schools, or styles, of Qigong. This is not to say that a certain exercise cannot be used for both medical and spiritual purposes, for example, but as a general tool of convenience and as a learning aid, the following five styles will be explored in this section 1. The Taoist school stresses the preservation of the physical body. The Taoist styles emphasize joint health, internal and...

What Is Feng Shui

Feng shui is a practical form of geomancy used in daily life in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Okinawa (Japan's southern most island) even today. Feng means wind, and shui water in Chinese. It is a system of thought combined by the physiognomy of a house and a grave, the aspect of a piece of land as an environmental assessment, a theory of location like a city plan, gardens, and a theory of movement that suggests placement of furniture, where indoor plants should be placed, where the bathroom should...

Learn Qigong

To begin at the very beginning, then, what is qigong (pronounced cheegong) I always say to my patients, Qigong is like cooking. Just try following the recipe, and you'll find that you can cook. You can't measure taste with a machine or express it in numbers, but you can experience it for yourself and know, without any doubt, what it is. Likewise, you develop your qi ability through the qi feeling that is as sharp and real as any of your other senses. When your ability is sufficiently developed,...

Warnings and health restrictions

Qigong deals with the internal body and mind which is full of Qi and which must follow 'the natural way'. Any artificial ways are not good for your Qi, so during practice you must -make sure you relax the body and calm the mind. Alcohol, smoking and medicines will affect you -you may feel sick, dizzy, tired or weak. You should try and avoid practising if you are feeling any extremes of emotion, for instance if you feel very sad, angry or worried. Try also to practise away from any source of...

What is Spring Forest Qigong

Spring Forest Qigong is an advanced, simple, and powerful form of Qigong. I first introduced this unique form to mankind in 1994. There are thousands of Qigong exercises practiced in China and around the world, Most are complicated and time-consuming, making it difficult for the average person to learn and practice. Many Qigong teachers do not explain the meaning or importance of the movements. They surround themselves and the ancient concepts they teach in mystery They tell their students that...

Taking part in other sports pros and cons

People who are starting to practise Qigong o.ften ask if it is all right to participate in other sports such as swimming, football, tennis, weight training and so on. There is no reason why you should not continue to enjoy these activities, but you will of course be using up the Qi that you have stored. This is because fitness training in the West is based on the principle of 'No pain, no gain'. People push their bodies until they are hot, sweaty and exhausted, after which they need to eat and...

Breathing techniques

The five major schools of breathing are medical, Confucian, Buddhist, Taoist and wushu or martial arts. Medical breathing techniques aim at strengthening one's overall health and are mainly preventive. The Confucian school of breathing deals with self-cultivation and temperament. Taoist breathing deals with one's moral character and longevity. The Buddhist breathing exercises are broken into two lines of thought and involve mainly the mind. The first Buddhist school is called 'Samadhi' and...

History and origin of Qigong

The qi part (or ch'i) of Qigong means air or inner vital energy. Translated into western medical terms it means resistance to disease, adaptability to the external environment and the ability to overcome internal troubles and regain health. In Chinese medicine for thousands of years great importance has been placed upon exercises that strengthen the vital energy. Traditionally any exercise that dealt with breathing and internal methods was considered to be Qigong. Nowadays we tend to call the...

Observations Notes Quotations Reflections Questions and Answers

In order for this to have any beneficial effect on your health, approaching it with confidence, sincerity, and perseverance in practicing the exercises is very important. Only with confidence can you develop sincerity and focus your mind while exercising only with sincerity can you persevere to practice and gain the essence of the exercises and only with perseverance can you get the beneficial effects of the exercises and develop more interest in them. By Jiawen Miao, Eight Section Brocade...

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...

Appendix Three

Poem Smile by Barbara Hauck Michael Winn in inner smiling state (Photo taken after deep meditation). Michael Winn was born in San Francisco's Presidio in 1951, next to the towers of the Golden Gate Bridge. According to Tao master Ni Hua Ching's astrology reading, the Golden Gate, a symbolic bridge between Asia and America, shaped his destiny. Chinese astrology typically looks at earthly feng shui influences as well as planetary forces. Winn graduated from Dartmouth College in 1973 as a Senior...

Preparatory Practices

In the Universal Tao, we teach Cosmic Healing Chi Kung within an entire system of exercise and meditation. As a part of this system, Cosmic Healing Chi Kung comprises the art of healing oneself and others. It focuses on energy work for projecting Chi to effect these healings. One can easily learn the simple movements of Cosmic Healing Chi Kung without doing any other Universal Tao practices, but if one truly wishes to master the art of Cosmic Healing Chi Kung, it is important to have a firm...

Students Stories

I always leave time in my classes for my students to talk about their experiences with Spring Forest Qigong and share their stories. I love to hear their stories and it is very helpful for others. It helps them to know that Qigong really can work for anyone, not just Qigong masters. So many students provided stories for this book that to use them all would require another volume. They are all wonderful stories and I wish we could use them all. I hope I don't hurt anyone's feelings. We have...

Way of the Inner Smile

Self Acceptance - Tao Path to Inner Peace Cambodian Goddess with beatific Inner Smile Contemporary teak, Dao Mountain Retreat Center Note This short book is one segment of my Tao Home Study audio course Chi Kung Fundamentals 1, but expanded. The rest of audio course 1 covers Tao Five Elements theory and practice Five Animals Play China's oldest shamanic chi kung (qigong) form, as well as the Six Healing Sounds. Modern Chinese pinyin spelling is used (Daoism vs. Taoism), except for a few key...

Day an Qigong st

Victor Appiah

Turn on your heels to the left at the same time allowing your arms to open. II. Twist your waist to your left and circle your arms about your body, hands level with your waist. III. Cross your arms, right wrist over the left wrist, in front of your middle Dantien Fig 15 to Fig 16 Twisting smooths the Belt Channel (Daimai). Twisting the wrists helps to open the Neiquan points and crossing the wrists in front of your chest stimulates the Shenzhong point. I. Twist your waist to the right and...

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...

Sacrum Alignment

Thalamus Pons

Relax the whole body and direct the Chi flow. In the beginning it seems that you are very tense and nervous when you practice Iron Shirt, the way you felt when first learning to ride a bicycle. However once you are trained and know how to move and pack the energy, you use more structure and mind control with confidence and less muscle. Each time you finish a stage and are not proceeding to the next stage, you must collect the Chi in the navel. Stand up straight, touch the tongue to...

Evaluating Qi Checking for Unconscious Participation

Deciding that qi exists as a real and worthwhile pursuit is only part of the problem. Then the student has the difficult task of determining what is indeed a genuine qi event. Some guidelines to use when searching for a teacher or for help in developing your own model to explain and examine qi may be useful. When evaluating qi phenomena, consider the unconscious participation in the activity by others. In 1988 while in Beijing, qi master Shi Ming attempted to recruit me as a personal student.42...

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,...

Practicing conscientiously and seriously

In order to benefit oneself more effectively and more rapidly through one's personal practice, one must rely upon one's own self. The teacher can only teach theories and methods, and offer advice and help at various critical moments, which then may have the effect of encouraging students to attain higher levels of achievement. However, if one does not practice at all oneself, it is not very likely that receiving the teacher's instructions would result in relevant changes in one's own body. How,...

The colour of health

Through my Qigong practise, I understand this, and I also use this method to help diagnose patients. Of course, we often use this skill without even knowing it. If you pet a cat or dog, you can tell their health by the texture and feel of their coat. It is the same with a plant or a tree. If a plant is not healthy, its leaves will change from bright green to yellow. If the condition worsens, the leaf will become dry and brown and soon fall. If the problem is not fixed, the roots will also be...

Return to the Great Primordial Qi

Meaning Hong means great, big, or vast. Meng means unknown, vague, or moistening. Meng is also the name of Hexagram Four, Mountain over Water in the Yijing. This hexagram is a picture of a fresh spring at the foot of the mountain. This is a good Qi field in which to live and grow. The function of Meng is to nourish and create Zhengqi righteous Qi . The Superior Person refines his character by being thorough in every activity, according to the Yijing. Meng can also mean unclear, enshrouded in...

The methodological foundation of chigong science

Methodology is the general principle by which people are educated in ways in which to understand the universe this is closely related to the particular cognition of the nature of the universe or world view at work. Generally speaking, methodology and world view are intimately related to each other and are always coupled. A certain methodology will result in a specific corresponding world view a specific world view also mandates a related methodology. In a sense, they are in a mutually...

Feelings during Qigong practice

Normally when you practisc Qigong you will experience sensations of warmth, tingling, itchiness and electricity. Whatever you feel, just let it happen -the feelings will find their own way to balance you. Sometimes, however, you may feel sleepy this means that you are tired and should rest. Alternatively you might feel cold or even in pain. This means that you have a problem in the area where you are experiencing pain because the Qi is not flowing well there, and you need to practise more.

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...

What to practise

Earlier in the book I suggested that to begin with you could work your way through the Balancing Gong and Taiji Qigong sequences, learning several exercises a week, until you are familiar with all the movements. Once you are familiar with them, however, you may wish to pick and choose which exercises to include in each practice. You don't need to stick to the sequences or do the exercises in any particular order. You can simply practise the exercises you feel you need or the ones that appeal to...

What are the benefits

The main reasons why people meditate today are to relax and recharge their energy, but there are actually more benefits than this to be gained. If you achieve a high level of meditation, the Chinese believe you can heal all your illnesses. One example is a friend of my teacher Yip Chun who taught me the martial art of Wing Chun . This friend had been suffering from a chronic disease for many years. People would turn away when he spoke to them because of the bad smell coming from his body....

Genuine Pleasure from Qigong

When your ability to experience pleasant sensations weakens, illness will occur. This is why you need to train your hedonic nerve, or the A-10 nerve, with qigong. In modern society, we experience all kinds of stress, both physical and mental. But if we produce sufficient ACTH and beta-endorphins, we can overcome stress, turning it into what I call pleasant stress. If we do not, the adrenal cortex may malfunction and mental or physical depression occur, leading eventually to illness. In order to...

Shooting the Hawk by Drawing the Bow Tight Do This Twice With Your Left and Right

Step out into a horseback riding stance. Bring your hands together at your lower abdomen level as if holding a small ball. Raise the ball to chest level Photo 53 . Shift your weight to your right leg and turn your torso to face the right side. Extend the hands to the right side, the right hand extending out, index and middle finger pointing at your target the left hand, formed into a fist, pulling the imaginary string Photo 54 . Pull the bowstring taut, back to the center of your chest, tensing...

Martial Arts And Chi From Abdomen

Practicing Taiji Ball

This exercise helps you to regain conscious control of the muscles in your abdomen. The lower Dan Tien is the main residence of your Original Chi. The Chi in your Dan Tien can be led easily only when your abdomen is loose and relaxed. The abdominal exercises are probably the most important of all the internal Chi Kung practices. To practice this exercise, squat down in the Horse Stance. Without moving your thighs or upper body, use the waist muscles to move the abdomen around in a horizontal...

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...

Separating the clouds

The Chong Channel and Ren Channel are at the centre and front of the body. Practising this movement can help to stimulate these channels so that the Qi can run down to the Dantien, also opening the chest, strengthening the lungs and clearing blockages from the head. 1. Stand naturally and relax your whole body. Slightly bend your knees. Hold your hands in front of the Dantien, one hand covering the other men should hold their left hand nearest to their body, women should hold their right hand...

Lift Your Heels Seven Times After You Bob Your Heels and Let Them Alight No More Illness You Have to Fight

With the hands comfortably at your sides, push up your entire body by lifting the heels and putting the body's weight on the balls and toes of the feet Photo 74 . Inhale as your rise up exhale as you slowly come back down. Keep your knees slightly bent throughout the entire exercise. Effects This movement is used to smooth out the Qi from head to toes. When you lift your heels, you are stimulating six of the main Qi channels in the body, allowing a free flow of energy. When finished with this...

Training programs available at the Center

The following are full-time programs available at the Center a. Twenty-four day recovering program. b. Fifty-day recovering program. c. Ten-day tuition-free training program for scientists and professors. d. Twenty-four-day Body and Mind Form Xing Shen Zhuang training program for instructors. e. Twenty-four-day Five One Form Wu Yuan Zhuang training program for instructors. f. Twenty-four-day superintelligence special abilities training program for instructors. g. Twenty-four-day half-tuition...

First Gua Qi still and step on the earth Charging the tan tien qi

Starting with the right foot forward, walk counterclockwise around the circle. Face the center of the Ba Gua circle. Turn right and begin walking in a counterclockwise direction, keeping the body weight low into the legs and the back rounded and relaxed. The simultaneous spreading of the fingers emphasizes, via posture and mind direction, concentrating qi into the lower tan tien. There should be a slight curving of the elbows, the shoulders should be stretched yet relaxed, and the chest should...

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...

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This yearisthe Queen's Golden Jubilee Ann iversa ry a nd her Majesty ha s recently beenona whirlwind tour of festivities in celebration. On 9 May the Queen and her entourage visited Waltham north London to enjoy various cultural events as part of her Golden Jubilee tour. The Tse Qigong Centre was honoured to have been invited to participate and was proud to be able to share with the Queen a special demonstration of traditional Chinese martial arts and Qigong. The invitation was extended to the...

Qigong Meditation Part

Qigong Frequencies

Right Brain Activity Meditation Stillness Creativity Inner potential Spirituality ALPHA Brain Waves Left Brain Activity Movement Activity Logical Thinking In terms of Yin and Yang we can apply the above model It has been scientifically proven that meditation results in a regulation of the cerebral cortex and brain activity. An ECG of a person in a normal everyday state shows many high frequency brain waves with poor rhythmic patterns . Meditation produces low - frequency positive waves which...

Taoist terms in the martial arts

Gua Zhang Movement Diagram

When the literati took it upon themselves to organize the internal martial arts, they spared no effort to reconcile universal principles with the physical arts and incorporated cosmological terms into their disciplines. There are numerous examples where Taoist and Confucian universal principles were applied to the martial arts. Below is a listing of key and repeated themes in internal martial art literature. According to ancient Chinese cosmology, creation began with Wuji, the void or chaos...

The existence of Hunyuan chi within and around all things

Visible substance is the gathered or condensed form of its inherent Hunyuan chi, while the Hunyuan chi surrounding it is its attenuated, dispersed form of existence. The greater the density and volume of a substance, the thicker and broader the Hunyuan chi around it becomes. Any change in the character and structure of a substance will also cause relative changes in the Hunyuan chi around it, and vice versa. Every substance is the unity of its own physical and superphysical existences, which is...

One More Aloha

Guide Book Kungfu Own Studies

Things have changed drastically since September 11th and it has both clarified and refined many people's thinking and direction. For me, I saw that where I wanted to be was my home, and that is England. As things have become more quiet here in the Hawaii classes due to the resulting recession, the Centre in England is bubbling and so it seemed that the right thing is to stand as one rather than have resources divided. My feelings for leaving Hawaii and returning to England are very Yin Yang....

Coiling Energy Martial Arts

The main purpose of this set is to lead Chi to the surface of the skin and into the bone marrow through the use of breathing and the coiling motion. The principle behind this set is that when a muscle is twisted in one direction and then brought back to its starting position, the muscle is tensed and then relaxed. This continuous coiling motion causes the Chi in the primary Chi channels to be led outward to the surface of the skin and also to be condensed into the bone marrow. This strengthens...

Sexual qi gong

In recent years there has been much interest in the West in Taoist sexual practices. One of the classic texts on the subject, the Chien Han Shu, describes the Taoist view on the arts best The arts of the bedchamber constitute the climax of human emotions and touch the very hem of the Tao itself. Therefore the sagekings regulated man's outer pleasure in order to restrain his inner passions, and set down in writing precepts for the union of the sexes _ If such joys are moderate and well-ordered,...

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