What QiGong exercises are NOT

What QiGong exercises are NOT

Following are answers to a couple of questions you might be asking regarding QiGong exercises compared to Tai Chi and Yoga.   Is ‘Inner Peace’ Zen QiGong exercise like Tai Chi?   – The answer is, NO –   T’ai Chi is wonderful and once mastered, it flows beautifully –...
Decrease stress with QiGong practice

Decrease stress with QiGong practice

Stress creates a hormone in the body called, Cortisol. A little cortisol can help us deal with life’s ‘waves’; however, a steady stream of high levels of cortisol becomes toxic.   How can we decrease stress in our lives? Through the practice of...
Meditation – Surrender to True Self

Meditation – Surrender to True Self

“If you truly knew who you are… all seeking to complete yourself would naturally cease on its own. Gratitude would simply fill the heart.   The path is Wu Wei (無爲(무위), Doing Non-Doing, Returning Home, Surrender. Only over thinking makes it complicated” Let the...
Grow The Heart

Grow The Heart

De-Stress, Deeply Harmonize Mind, Body, Qi and More.   Grow the heart and keep growing it by witnessing our vulnerabilities, without attaching judgements to them. Recognize the way past events inform the present-day thinking and actions. Learn to keep the curtains...
What does the word “Qi” in QiGong mean?

What does the word “Qi” in QiGong mean?

The word ‘Qi’ in QiGong means, ‪‎energy‬ or life force, and ‘gong’, means, work. QiGong involves easy and gentle body movements and focused inner QiGong techniques to ‪cleanse‬, strengthen, and enhance the natural flow of ‪Qi‬ in the...
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