Understanding Qi

Understanding Qi

Qi is a “life force”, or “cosmic energy” permeating the Universe on all levels. Qi could then be considered a force contained within everything and interrelating with everything. Continue Reading

Understanding Yin Yang

Understanding Yin Yang

What Is Yin Yang? You may not know that the Yin Yang symbol we see everywhere is the symbol for Tai Chi or Taiji. It is not the martial arts Tai Chi, but it is called ‘Tai Chi’ and this symbol represents perfect balance. Continue Reading

Comparison Of Qigong And Yoga

Comparison Of Qigong And Yoga

Although Yoga and Qigong have common goals, there are fundamental differences. In Yoga and Qigong, the body and mind are disciplined where channels and meridians can be opened and cleared to bring about the potential for higher consciousness. Continue Reading

Neigong & Interoception

Neigong & Interoception

Neigong is the practice of internal cultivation, the practice of developing internal awareness. Interoception is defined as the “Eighth Sensory System”. We might consider Interoception as a beginning step in Qigong and Tai Chi and Neigong practice is what Interoception evolves into. Continue Reading

Qigong, Strokes & General Health

Qigong, Strokes & General Health

Dr. Sancier reviewed a 30-year follow-up study on hypertensive patients who were divided into a Qigong group and a control group. All patients had been given drug therapy to control blood pressure. The experimental group also practiced Qigong. The mortality rate in the Qigong group was nearly half of the group who did not practice Qigong. Continue Reading

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