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Qigong, Yoga, and Meditation

(16 articles online)


Qigong for Weight Reduction

Wang Pei-Sheng, one of the most famous internal martial arts masters of modern China describes a simple qigong exercise to help reduce obesity.


Medical Qigong Therapy & Surgery

In the healing process, undergoing surgery is sometimes unavoidable and should never be viewed by the patient as a defeat, but only as a necessary step in the healing transition. This feature concentrates on using qigong as a method to reinforce and complement surgical procedures.


Falun Gong: A Way of Cultivation Practice

A Falun Gong practitioner responds with an article that answers some of questions brought forward with their own personal experience.


A Discourse on Qigong and Medicine

Now is the time to bring Qigong theory and Qigong research into the arena of modern rational knowledge and correct the distorted ideas which surround the understanding of Qigong and to disconnect them from superstition and mystery.


The Pitfalls of Meditation: Dazed by Sensation

Most people find the benefits of meditation elusive, and in this short article I will show you what meditation is and what it isn't.


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