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Feel the Qi: A Beginner's Guide to Qigong

 

By Wen Ching Wu, coauthor of Qigong Empowerment. Feel the Qi is a hands on introduction to assist you in feeling your Qi. More than 90% of the people who practiced the energy exercises presented here are able to feel their Qi after the first session! In less than 10 minutes you may also feel the magnetic sensation, warmth, and tingling, generated by your body. Allow yourself to experience this wonderful energetic phenomenon today. 40 minutes.

 

 

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Feel the Qi: A Beginner's Guide to Qigong  Wen Ching Wu

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