Posts Tagged ‘ practice ’

Qi and Simplicity

October 25, 2009
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Qi and Simplicity

Most of us consider ourselves to be expert at: namely pulling things together...

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Qigong Physicality

September 4, 2009
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Qigong  Physicality

What have I seen in Qigong classes? I’ve seen the wrinkled brows of the confused slowly smooth out with an internal experience of comprehension as though their mind’s eyes were seeing a code deciphered. I’ve seen shoulders slip off their invisible sandbags. One elder student had not played the violin for two years then...

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Qigong Practice: #1

August 28, 2009
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Qigong Practice: #1

Don’t assume that Qigong starts with deep breathing or lightning bolts shooting out of your fingers. Start by just standing there for a minute. Qigong begins when you Tiao Shen (control your body). Start with your feet apart about shoulder width. Slightly bend your knees. Relax your hands at your sides. Let your shoulders...

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No Practice

August 19, 2009
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No Practice

A Chinese pug may have one of the key answers...

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