Health Benefits of Qi Gong and Tai Chi

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10 Dec 2012 17:37 - 10 Dec 2012 17:41 #83303 by KageKeeper
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Here is a very short video that ABC did concerning the health benefits of Qi Gong and Tai Chi. Being a practitioner of both myself, I can vouch for the veracity of this.



EDIT: I seem to be unable to insert the video in as I have seen in other threads. Click the link and it should still work.
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10 Dec 2012 18:23 - 10 Dec 2012 18:25 #83313 by Wescli Wardest
VIDEO LINK


Nope, I couldn't get it either. Perhaps if you can find a different link to it? But I did "link" it for anyone wanting to check it out.

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10 Dec 2012 20:35 #83349 by Argos
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I am definitely interested in seeing this, so let me know if u find a suitable link.

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10 Dec 2012 20:39 #83351 by KageKeeper
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Argos wrote: I am definitely interested in seeing this, so let me know if u find a suitable link.


That above link does work. At least it worked for me.

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10 Dec 2012 20:50 #83352 by Argos
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Thank you for that, and I apologize, on my phone I did not have that link to push.

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10 Dec 2012 21:48 #83355 by Jestor

Wescli Wardest wrote: VIDEO LINK


Nope, I couldn't get it either. Perhaps if you can find a different link to it? But I did "link" it for anyone wanting to check it out.


Trys to get me to download something....:huh:

I don't know qi gong, but isntvthat what maynoth talks about constantly?

lol...

I was an instructor of TaeKwonDo, all martial arts are beneficial...

In my oopinion...

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11 Dec 2012 22:04 - 11 Dec 2012 22:13 #83510 by maynoth
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Neigong

There are some similarities, not really the same sort of system.

Qigong is more focused on active exercises resembling yoga and tai-chi.

Qigong is more concerned with moving energy around the body.

Qigong works only with yang chi, whereas true neigong works with both yin and yang chi with the goal being to fuse the two together as one.

Neigong is more concerned with capturing and storing and concentrating energy, and fusing yin and yang, not circulating it.

Neigong is more focused on profoundly deep forms of meditation unlike any other practice I am aware of.

Spring forest qigong is a good system to start with though if qigong interests you.

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Wescli Wardest wrote: VIDEO LINK


Nope, I couldn't get it either. Perhaps if you can find a different link to it? But I did "link" it for anyone wanting to check it out.


Trys to get me to download something....:huh:

I don't know qi gong, but isntvthat what maynoth talks about constantly?

lol...

I was an instructor of TaeKwonDo, all martial arts are beneficial...

In my oopinion...

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12 Dec 2012 04:27 #83543 by Adder
I'm still learning but I was given a Spring Forest book a couple of months ago. I couldnt get into it at the time because it seemed too autobiographical and not technical enough for me - I shall reengage it over xmas.

Jestor wrote: I don't know qi gong....


I did a (different) book review the other day in my journal Jestor. It talks about some of that.

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