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Qigong, Yoga, and Meditation

(19 articles online)


Articles on Qigong, Yoga & Meditation Practices


ErMei Qigong

With a foundation of Wudang Taoism, Er Mei Qigong rests in the heart of the Mahayana/Vadrayana tradition of Buddhism.

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.

Get Your Ki (Qi) Moving with Brain Wave vibration

My co-workers and I have discovered a powerful, easy-to-follow brain fitness and holistic healing method that helps stimulate the flow of ki to bring our bodies and minds back into balance. It’s called brain wave vibration.

How to Minimize Effects of Qigong Deviations

Qigong deviations (adverse symptoms) are currently seen as a romantic escape from the drudgery of everyday life and many times they are either under reported as deficiency (not really important) or over emphasized as a goal to be sought as manifested by 'qi flow'.

Is Qigong Political? A New Look at Falun Gong

Falun Gong: Mr. Cohen not only describes the discipline to help us understand it better, but also gives his personal opinions on this very hot topic.

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.

Qigong FAQ

Qigong (sometimes spelled "Chi Kung") is a unique Chinese exercise system. Through individual effort, practitioners build up their health and prevent illness by combining discipline of mind, body and the body's "Qi" (vital force).

Qigong for Weight Loss I

Rather than changing external behavior, this is an invitation to change who and what you are. You no longer need be addicted to overeating and physical laziness.

Qigong for Weight Loss II

Our food desires come from a time over 10,000 years ago when we were hunter-gatherers. Then the diet was fresh killed meat (primarily yang), and hand picked fruits (primarily yin) and vegetables (primarily balanced in yin-yang).

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.

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