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Book 20 - Qigong

Book 20 - Qigong

Wind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process that promotes the release of mental stress while warming and strengthening the internal organs. This is a known practice to achieve better health, longevity and cultivation of higher levels of consciousness.

Table of Contents:
Welcome page 4
Personal Accountability 5
What Path Are You On? 6
Options to Manage Pain 7
Address the Root Cause of Pain & Illness 8
What is Qi, BaguaZhang, Tai Chi & Qigong? 9
Kan & Li (water & fire) 10
Energy Meridians 11
Key Concepts 12
Breathing Deeply 13
Exercise Intensity 14
Breathing Frequency 15
Parasympathetic Nervous System 16
Qigong, Tai Chi & the Fascial Trains 17
Qigong Introduction 20
BaguaZhang Turning-Spinning Qigong 22
Opening the Small Circulation 24
8 Pieces of Brocade - Opening the 9 Gates 26
5 Element Qigong 28
Advanced Breathing Patterns 29
Benefits of Qigong & Tai Chi Practices 30
Benefits to Deep Breathing Practices 31
About the Author 32