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17 Jul 2013 19:48 #113075 by Donkey
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Rickie The Grey wrote:

Mark Anjuu wrote: I regularly practice Shibashi Qigong (although I follow my teacher, there are also instructional videos about it on YouTube) and occasionally other forms such as a 5-Element one or one known as the Healing Form that's quite short but powerful. I find it's really good for centering and energising, or at least giving me more access to the Force.


Donkey check this out too. I'm confident Mark has much knowledge and experience to share.


Great! Thank you Rickie andMark

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22 Jul 2013 20:19 #113618 by Rickie The Grey
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I bought and read "Qigong for Health and Martial Arts" by Dr Yang, Jwing-Ming

I bought and am reading "Shaolin Qi Gong. Energy in Motion" by Shi Xinggui

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29 Jul 2013 16:12 - 29 Jul 2013 16:15 #114220 by Rickie The Grey
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ooppssie my mistake feel free to delete this :)
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29 Jul 2013 16:13 #114221 by Rickie The Grey
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Rickie The Grey wrote: Anyone have experience with this?

Tap Every Day

The Chinese teach that persistence is the key to health and believe in tapping at least twice every day for general well being and health maintenance. (Vigorously in the morning to awaken the Qi and get your system flowing, and very gently at night to quiet things down for a good night’s sleep.) The QiGong Masters instruct people to do this from childhood. Immediately after tapping, they believe that acupuncture blockages have been loosened and that the excess energy collects at the ends of meridians at the fingertips. They believe that the excess Qi must be discharged back to the earth to prevent it from seeping back into formerly blocked points. So, at the end of each tapping round, they suggest that you need to inhale deeply through your nose and blow it out through your mouth, while flicking off the excess energy toward the earth, as if you were trying to shake water from your hands. This should be followed by flushing the system with hot water and a short breathing series.

It feels good. :)

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02 Jan 2014 15:19 - 02 Jan 2014 15:21 #131586 by Rickie The Grey
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Qi

"The more general probllem of impeded qi flow is experiencing yourself as a passive victim of circumstances that cause the conditions of your life. By contrast, in qigong we learn to exprience ourselves as empowered participants in our health and self development." Kevin D. Schoeninger

This says a lot. :)
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