Qigong Empowerment: A Guide to Medical, Taoist, Buddhist and Wushu Energy Cultivation

April 2, 2011
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Qigong Empowerment: A Guide to Medical, Taoist, Buddhist and Wushu Energy Cultivation

This is a great reference for many aspects of Qigong. In 348 pages most of the major categories of Qigong are discussed. Here are topics such as Medical Qigong, Martial Arts Qigong, Taoist Qigong, and the basics and principles or Qigong practice. The over all picture is comprehensive and, for most people who develop...

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Swim like a Dragon

April 1, 2011
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Swim like a Dragon

The Swimming Dragon is a great way to learn a basic and simple Qigong. Essentially all you do is clap yor hands together and then move in the manner of a dragon swimming through the stratosphere. Great fun and enlivening movements. SWIMMING DRAGON: A Chinese Way to Fitness, Beautiful Skin, Weight Loss, and High...

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Why Ghosts Hop

March 28, 2011
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Why Ghosts Hop

The idea of qi is far deeper than most modern people suspect. This energy has been seen as traveling through everything, moving between our atoms, wrapping our bones and circling the planet in the stars.

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Bigfoot and QG

March 26, 2011
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Bigfoot and QG

There’s a great scene in Close Encounters that perfectly shows the dangers of speaking out loud about the fringes of normal reality.

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Fire and Water

March 24, 2011
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Fire and Water

Chinese philosophy can be like a labyrinth in the dark.

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“Medical” Qigong

March 23, 2011
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“Medical” Qigong

The power of words and the problems.

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Change Everything without a Blink

March 22, 2011
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Change Everything without a Blink

Have you done Qigong today? Even if you “don’t have the time” take a moment to glaze your eyes and pretend to look at the distant mountains.  If you can actually see distant mountains, so much the better. People always talk about getting out of the box and changing your viewpoint. It’s easy, just...

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Relieving Back Pain with Chinese Qigong

February 4, 2011
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Young or old, sedentary or athletic; it is likely that you will experience some sort of back pain injury in your lifetime. Since the spine is the root of all motion, a healthy back is vital to well-being.

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The Art and Practice of Loving

February 2, 2011
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The Art and Practice of Loving

Cunningly designed, this book takes your through most manifestations of the act and art of loving...

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A Course in Chinese Astrology

January 25, 2011
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Click here to see the new Chinese Astrology course held by Narrye Caldwell L.Ac. February to March of 2011. CEU’s available.

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