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Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 380

Principle of Meditation Part 6 If we feel normal, good and all right, this generally means that we do not have any blockages or illness. Now we can let go of the body, and when we do this, apart from feeling the body, we might see things, like colours during our mediation. By seeing things, […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 379

Principle of Meditation Part 5 When we do meditation, we relax and the more we can let go the more we can feel the body, and then we just let everything happen naturally, we do not try to direct things or visualise any Qì 氣 or create images in our mind. Letting things happen naturally […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 378

Principle of Meditation Part 4 At the end, all we need to do for meditation is to find emptiness. However, we will never be able to completely empty our minds, there is always something there. The first thing is awareness of the body, awareness of the Qì 氣 flowing along the Jīng luò 經絡 – […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 377

Principle of Meditation Part 3 When we meditate, we need to quiet in our minds, and then we can become peaceful. We should try not to worry about anything and not let anything affect us. From calming down, to becoming quiet, peaceful and not worrying, then we can let go. We should not worry about […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 376

Principle of Meditation Part 2 So, what are the principles of meditation? Are they the same as the principles of movement? The first two, relaxation and posture are the same. The third is calm down and become quiet and let go and the fourth is emptiness. We can all understand the first two, relaxation and […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 375

Principle of Meditation Part 1 When we do our Qìgōng 氣功 there is always two parts to our practice. One is movement and the other is mediation. This means that one part is active and the other part is passive. The principles of Qigong movement are: Relaxation Posture Move from the Waist Acupuncture points and […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 374

9 Colours Qì Ball – Part 8 Practising 9 Colours Qì Ball will first make us healthy. Its purpose is not releasing Colourful Qì 氣. All Qìgōng 氣功 practice is for developing good health and no other reason. To be healthy we need Qì, the more Qì we have the healthy we will be. 9 […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 373

9 Colours Qì Ball – Part 7 The eight Qì ball is the Xiǎo Zhōu Tiān 小周天 – Small Heavenly Circle, which is formed by the Rèn Mài 任脉 – Front Channel and the Dū Mài 督脉 – Back Channel, which make a circle. The Rèn Mài runs from the Chéng Jiāng 承漿 point at […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 372

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 6 Once we have begun to practise Qìgōng 氣功, the first feeling Qì 氣 of thing we have is on the Láogōng 勞宮 points on our palms. This means the body has more Qì and this is why we can feel it. It is just like on pay day, […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 371

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 5 At first, the Qì 氣 is stored at the Xià Dāntián 下丹田 – Lower Dāntián. This is our fifth Qi Ball. When the Xià Dāntián is full enough, the Qì will rise up to the Zhōng Dāntián 中丹田 – Middle Dantian. This means that we have six Qì […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 370

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 4 The more Qìgōng 氣功 we practice the more Qì 氣 we will have, then we practice the 9 Colours Rotating Qi Ball Gong, our Qì will be even stronger. This makes the Láo Gōng 勞宮 points on our palms and the Yǒng Quán 涌泉 on our feet open […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 369

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 3 The strongest acupuncture points are the Láo Gōng 勞宮 points on the palms. When you hold your hands so that the palms face each other you can easily feel your Qì 氣, especially if you have been practicing Qìgōng 氣功 for a while. This is the first  Qi […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 368

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 2 Our bodies have a lot of acupuncture points. There are 309 acupuncture points which are doubled on either side so that makes 618, then there are another 52 single acupuncture points in the channels, 50 acupuncture points are not belong to any channels, In total this makes 720 […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qigōng Dāo 氣功道 367

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 1 In the Dayan Qigong System, we have a form called 9 Colours Rotating Qi Ball Gong. This form is based on the Yìjīng 易經. The number 9 is a Yìjīng number. If you have ever played Suduko you will be know it is played on a big square […]

Grandmaster Tse’ Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 366

Yù Zhěn Guān 玉枕關 The third gate is the Yù Zhěn Guān 玉枕關, which is located on the back of he head. Yù 玉means jade, Zhěn 枕 means pillow. In the old times, pillow in China were solid and often made out of jade. So, this was the area of the head that would contact […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 365

Jiā Jí Guān 夾脊關 Once the Qì 氣 has passed the Wěi Lǘ Guān 尾閭關 it comes to the next gate, which is the Jiā Jí Guān 夾脊關. Each Guān 關 – Gate is an area that is difficult to pass through. Jiā 夾 means spueeze between and Jí 脊 means spine. So Jiā Jí […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 364

Wěi Lǘ Guān 尾閭關 The Wěi Lǘ Guān 尾閭關 is located on an area on the lower back. Wěi 尾 means tail, Lǘ 閭 means door on a small road, Guān 關 means gate. This means the Wěi Lǘ is the last door on the spine, or an area around the end of the spine. […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 363

How Many Times a Day Should We Practise – Part 4 It is always the case the more we practise the better it is. If we want to practise for one hour a day, then we can choose anytime but we should remember that we should not have to rush. If we want to practise […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 362

How Many Times a Day Should We Practise – Part 3 If we practise once a day, anytime is good. If we practised twice a day, we should practise in the morning on the evening. This means during the daytime and at night-time. In the daytime, is best to practise when we can see the […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 361

How Many Times a Day Should We Practise – Part 2 We can also practise three times a day. To be able to do this means that our work allows us to be in control of our time. The times to practise are morning, evening and sunset. When we wake up, we should practise for […]

Grandmaster Tse’ Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 360

How Many Times a Day Should We Practise – Part 1 How many times a day should we practise? People always ask me this question, and there is always more than one answer. Practising once a day is basic practise. If you practise once a day, then you can choose any time you want, before […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 359

Slapping Up and Down One method in Qìgōng 氣功 is slapping. In Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功 – Wild Goose Qìgōng we have the form Healthy Slapping Gong 拍打健身功. Some people like to know if we should slap from the bottom up, or down from the top to the bottom. We can actually slap in either direction. […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 358

Bones are the Most Important Did you know that for good health, our bones are the most important thing? When our bodies have strong bones, our Qì 氣 will also be strong. No one has strong Qì but weak bones and this is because our Qì is stored on the bone marrow. The marrow is […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 357

Creation for Forms – Part 2 Over 1800 year, our Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功 – Wild Goose Qìgōng ancestors created so many forms. From the Founder Dao An 道安 to my Sifu, Great Grandmaster Yáng Méijūn 楊梅君. Each form has its purpose, like Twinning Hands Bāguà 纏手八卦 which is good for the liver, Cotton Palm 綿掌, […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 356

Creation for Forms – Part 1 We are so lucky to be able to practise Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功 – Wild Goose Qìgōng. This is over 1800 years old, and over that time our Qìgōng ancestors have created so many Qìgōng forms. Each generation develops new forms and skill. In the past Dàyàn Qìgōng had both […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 355

Feeling the Acupuncture Points How do we know that acupuncture points are open? This is a very good question. Before we can answer it, we must first understand what the acupuncture points are. The acupuncture points are areas on the body that are very sensitive for our Qì 氣. Through these areas Qì can enter […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 348

Liù Zì Jué 六字訣 – Six Sounds – Part 1 Can sound be good for our health? If the sound comes from natural or positive sources, like music, people talking, bird singing or the sound of the ocean, then most of the time these things are good. When you hear sounds like this they make […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 347

Three Qì Balls – Part 8 Qìgōng 氣功 is for health. Good health is the most important thing to have in our lives, because without it we cannot do things easily and enjoy them. For this reason, I always say, “Health is the most important thing.” Good health all begins with the internal body – […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 346

Three Qì Balls – Part 7 Once our Qi is strong enough internal Qì balls, the external Qì balls, the next Qì ball to develop is the Tiān Rén Hé Yī  天人合一 – Heaven and Human to become One. Unlike the internal Qì balls, we do not have three external Qì balls as we do […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 345

Three Qì Balls – Part 6 If we have developed the internal Qì Balls, the external Qì balls will form as well. Everything in nature has its external and internal parts, just like our body, we can see our head, our skin, our eyes, our nose, our arms and our legs etc. But we cannot […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 344

Three Qì Balls – Part 5 These Three balls internal as long as we develop the lower Dāntián 丹田  Qì 氣, the other two will eventually form. It is just a matter of how much Qì we have. Everything happens naturally, just like if we take a block of ice and put it in a […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 343

Three Qì Balls Part 5 If we continue to practise our Qìgōng 氣功, then our Qì will grow stronger and then we will develop another internal Qì Ball. this one can be found at the Shàng Dāntián 上丹田 – Upper Dāntián and Sky-Eye. The Sky Eye 天目 is located on the forehead and relates to […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 342

Three Qi Balls Part 4 If we continue to develop the first internal Qì 氣 ball, which is inside the body, when the Qì strong is enough, it will rise up to the middle of our chest to the Middle Dāntián 中丹田. The Tān Zhōng 膻中point on the chest is where the Middle Dāntián can […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 341

Three Qì Balls – Part 3 Now we know how to position our hands and which way the circle goes, we can now rotate from a small circle to a big circle. The circle should be between the Middle Dāntián 中丹田 and the Hui Yin point 會陰穴. We should rotate 36 times, but sometime we […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 340

Three Qì Balls – Part 2 To start developing the Dāntián, we can practise the first three movement of Balancing Gong. We can also practise Rotating Dāntián Gong 丹田螺旋功, which is a very common movement in many Qìgōng skills. We can see it in Dayan Qìgōng’s Longevity Gong 長壽功, and it is also in Chén […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 339

Three Qì Balls – Part 1 When we practise Qìgōng 氣功, the first thing we want to develop is our Dāntián 丹田 Qì. People who do not know about Qìgōng, will not know what that is or even what the Dāntián is. The Dāntián is the centre of the body and located below the navel. […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 338

Five Skills – Part 7 If we practise all five skills, then in the morning we can practise Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳, in the afternoon we can practise Wing Chun Kung Fu 詠春功夫, at sunset we can practise Hard Qìgōng 硬氣功 and at midnight we can practise Chén Tàijíquán 陳家太極拳 and Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功. So, […]

Grandmaster Tse’ s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 336

Five Skills – Part 5 In the Tse Qigong Centre, only the very senior students have learnt all five skills. Most students learn two and beginners usually only learn one. Leaning one, two or all five skills will still have the benefit for your good health. When I was a young teenager, I wanted to […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 335

Five Skills – Part 4 Each of the five skills, Wing Chun Kung Fu 詠春功夫, Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳, Hard Qìgōng 硬氣功, Chén Tàijíquán 陳家太極拳 and Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功 cover the Five Elements, if they did not, then they would not be as good and not last as long. Each of them has 300 to […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 334

Five Skills – Part 3 If we only practise one skill, we will benefit our health, particularly if we do Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功 as this is just for our health. However, if we only practise Wing Chun Kung Fu 詠春功夫, Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳, Hard Qìgōng 硬氣功, Chén Tàijíquán 陳家太極拳 we will also learn Kung […]

Grandmaster Tse;s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 333

Five Skills – Part 2 If we do not practise all the five skills, does this mean we are missing an element and so missing the balance? The answer is, “No.” Most people in the world do not know these skills and they can still live happily and healthily. There are many reason and many […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 332

Five Skills – Part 1 In the Tse Qigong Centre we have five skills: Qìgōng 氣功, Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳, Wing Chun Kung Fu 詠春功夫, Chén Tàijíquán 陳家太極拳 and Hard Qìgōng 硬氣功. It is like the Five Elements, so it is perfect. The Five Elements are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. Each skill belongs […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 331

Dāo 道 – Part 5 人之所教,我亦教之 Rén zhī suǒ jiào, wǒ yì jiàozhī – People should learn this, it is what I teach. This is what Lǎozi 老子 wrote. It means that people should learn about Dāo 道. Dāo is nature, from one to two, two to three, this is Dāo. When the way is […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 330

Dāo – Part 4 故物或損之而益,或益之而損 Gù wù huò sǔn zhī ér yì, huò yì zhī ér sǔn – If something has less, we will create it, if something has too much, we will reduce it (for the purpose of balance). This is actually a very simple theory. If there is not enough or there is […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 329

Dāo – Part 3 人之所惡,唯孤、寡、不穀,而王公以為稱 Rén zhī suǒ è, wéi gū, guǎ, bù gǔ, ér wánggōng yǐwéi chēng – most people do not like to be lonely without children, but the leaders, the Kings and emperors of China claim to be like this. Why do kings, emperors and leaders all claim to be lonely and […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 328

Dāo – Part 2 萬物負陰而抱陽,沖氣以為和 Wànwù fù yīn ér bào yáng, chōng qì yǐwéi hé – Everything inside is Yīn everything outside is Yáng balanced by Qì. The inside our of body is soft. All the internal organs are inside and they are protected on the outside by skin, muscles, tendons and supported by the […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 327

Dāo – Part 1 In chapter 42 of the Dào Dé Jīng 道德經 it says, “道生一,一生二,二生三,三生萬物 Dàoshēng yī, yīshēng èr, èr shēng sān, sān shēng wànwù – Dào creates one, one creates two, two creates three, three creates everything. 萬物負陰而抱陽,沖氣以為和 Wànwù fù yīn ér bào yáng, chōng qì yǐwéi hé – Everything inside is Yīn […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 326

The Feet – Part 4 The most important part of the foot to massage if the sole. We should massage the sole first, until it is soft. Hard soles are not healthy, and soft skin is better. When the soles of the foot are warm there is good circulation in your feet and the internal […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 324

The Feet – Part 2 If we look at the soles of the feet, we will see that they are like the body. The toes to the heel are like the head to the feet and different parts of the sole contain different internal organs. This was all discovered by the ancient Chinese and like […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 323

The Feet – Part 1 When we are tired, we will usually rest. There are other ways for us to release our tiredness and recharge ourselves. Of course, the best way is practising Qìgōng 氣功, another way if massaging the feet. When we practise our Qìgōng, and in particular the Dàyàn Qìgōng 大雁氣功 system, we […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 322

Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 – Part 6 One of the three solders said, “We are heavenly officials, I am the Heaven Official, he is the Earth Official, and my other companion is the Water Official. We have been sent by Heaven to tell you that your work has impressed Heaven. We have come to tell […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 321

Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 – Part 5 One of the soldiers said, “We are special policemen and have been ordered to capture a fugitive who has committed serious crimes against the country. We caught him and executed him. We cut of his head, and we were taking it back to the emperor. Now we have […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 320

Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 – Part 4 After carrying the people across the river, Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 decided to stay there and help more people across. He even put up a sign announcing that he would help anyone to cross the river, and people would give him food to thank him for his work. […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 319

Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 – Part 3 Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 heard every word the farmer said and understood what he meant. What he did not understand was how the farmer knew that he was just waiting to die. Qiū Chù Jī picked up the peach and ate it. He immediately felt full of energy […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 318

Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 – Part 2 One day Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 visted a family to ask for food and the homeowner looked at him and gave him half a bun. The man said, “I am not holding back half of the bun. I am a fortune teller, and I can tell that you […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 317

Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機 – Part 1 There was a famous Daoist Master named Wáng Chóng Yáng 王重陽 (1112-1170)who had seven students. One of his youngest students was a young man named Qiū Chù Jī 丘處機. Qiū Chù Jī studied Daoism very hard and Wáng Chóng Yáng liked him a lot. After many years, during […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 316

Hún Pò 魂魄 – Part 6 There are Qī Pò 七魄 – Seven Pò and they are Shī Gǒu 屍狗, Fú Shǐ 伏矢 , Qiǎo Yīn  雀陰, Tūn Zéi 吞賊,  Fēi Dú 非毒, Chú Huì 除穢 and Chòu Fèi 臭肺 . Each one of these Pò represents our emotions and our behaviour. When we have […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 315

Hún Pò 魂魄 – Part 5 As we have seen, we have three kinds of Hún 魂 has three parts, the first is, Tiān Hún 天魂 – Heaven Hún, De Hún 地魂 – Earth Hún and Rén Hún 人魂 – Person Hún. In traditional Chinese skill, when we have three things we will classify them […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 314

Hún Pò 魂魄 – Part 4 Hún 魂 has three parts, the first is Tiān Hún 天魂 – Heaven Hún, the second is De Hún 地魂 – Earth Hún and the third is Rén Hún 人魂 – Person Hún. Hún relates to our spirit, emotions and feelings, so if our Qì氣 is strong, then our […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 313

Hún Pò 魂魄 – Part 3 Pò 魄 is the physical moon, so it is the physical spirit. This is like a baby who listening, looking, thinking, moving its arms and legs and crying, these are all Pò. When want something this is Hún 魂, when we physically go for what we want, make an […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 312

Hún Pò 魂魄 – Part 2 Hún 魂 is Yáng陽 Qì氣, which goes to the sky when we die. Once we pass, the Hún will leave our body and rise up to the sky, maybe into the air, Chinese describe it in the moonlight. When we look up at the sky, we see the moon […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 311

Hún Pò 魂魄 – Part 1 Chinese have a saying “Nǐ Hún Pò Bù Zài 你魂魄不在 – You Hun Po are not there.” This means your mind and spirit are not there. What exactly is Hún Pò 魂魄? In Qìgōng氣功 we have five internal organs: heart, lungs, liver, kidneys and spleen. In the Huángdì Nèijīng […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 310

Blowing Wind Part 3 Many people do not notice that when they are standing near an entrance to a room or building, there is a draft, and so the wind blows on us. If we stand there too long, it will make us weak and ill. We should always listen to our body. If our […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 308

Blowing Wind Part 1 There is a Chinese saying, “Bì fēng rú bì jiàn 避風如避箭 – Avoid the wind blowing like avoiding shooting arrows.” It means that the wind blowing on our body is like arrows shooting us. Why is this? It is because the wind can take away our energy and if the wind […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 307

People’s Hearts are Dangerous – Part 2 人心惟危 Rén xīn wéi wēi, – People’s hearts are dangerous, 道心惟微 Dào xīn wéi wēi, – Dào’s heart is small, 惟精惟一 Wéi jīng wéi yī – Put all energy to become one, 允执厥中 Yǔn zhí jué zhōng – Only allowed to hold the centre with all effort. The […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 306

People’s Hearts are Dangerous – Part 1 人心惟危 Rén xīn wéi wēi, – People’s hearts are dangerous, 道心惟微 Dào xīn wéi wēi, – Dào’s heart is small, 惟精惟一 Wéi jīng wéi yī – Put all energy to become one, 允执厥中 Yǔn zhí jué zhōng – Only allowed to hold the centre with all effort. These […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qigong Dao 氣功道 305

The Rich Merchant with Four Wives – Part 4 Our true Nature is who we are, what we think, what we do and how we act. If we do bad things and harm others we will get a bad result and if we do good things which benefit others we will win a good result. […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 304

The Rich Merchant with Four Wives – Part 3 The second wife was the most beautiful and talented of all the Rich Merchant’s wives. She made him richer, more successful and helped him get whatever he wanted in his life. The second wife represents money and investment. How was she forced to be with him? […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 303

The Rich Merchant with Four Wives – Part 2 The Rich Merchant was very happy, finally one of his wives wanted to go with him! His fourth wife looked very normal, but she always knew what was on his mind and knew what he wanted and what he did not want. She would advise him, […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 302

The Rich Merchant with Four Wives – Part 1 There was once a Rich Merchant who had four wives. One day he decided to go on a long journey so he asked his first wife, “Do you want to go with me?” His first wife was very beautiful and she was always with the Rich […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 301

Levels of Qì Development – Part 10 When we have a high level in our Qìgōng 氣功, we can feel things happening near and far away, and we might know about some major events that have happened in the past, present and even some that will happen in the future. Buddhism says, “There is no […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 300

Levels of Qì Development – Part 9 When we have reached a high level of Qi Development, we will know and sense things that are not only close to us, but also from far away and we may also see and sense things that are in the future. For example, we might be at home, […]

Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 299

Levels of Qì Development – Part 8 When we can feel things around us, our Qì 氣 level is very high. To reach this standard, we must centre our mind and body and not let things disturb us. We must stay calm and try to empty the mind. This means we should not get excited […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 7 Practising Qigong is very enjoyable. The more we practise, the more we want to practise, and this is because it makes us feel good! After we practise we have more Qi, and when we are full of Qi we are healthy and strong, both physically and mentally. We […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 6 If we practise Zhàn Zhuāng 站樁 – Standing Meditation and place our hands in front of us as if we are holding a ball, then we will feel the Jīngluò 經絡 of the hands very easily. If we sit down on a chair to meditate and relax both […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 5 When practising Qìgōng 氣功, we will have reached a very good standard of Qì 氣 when we can feel the location of the acupuncture points and the flow of Qì through the Jīngluò 經絡 – Channels. We will also start to recognise the more sensitive parts of the […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 4 Once you start to find the location of the main acupuncture points you will start to find out more. Over the body, there are 36 major acupuncture points. Remember that some of the points come in pairs, so if you find the left Láogōng 劳宫穴, then you will […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 3 After we can feel the Qì, we should keep practising. This is like saving money to buy a house when you do not have enough money right now, so you need to keep saving more. The next level of Qì Development is feeling to location of the acupuncture […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 2 When we feel good we are at level 1, and then when we feel more energy we are at Level 2. Level 3 is slightly different, here we can sometimes feel Qì 氣 and sometimes we will not feel our Qì. Some people can practice for 10-years, or […]

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Levels of Qì Development – Part 1 When we first go to class to begin our Qìgōng 氣功 study, the Sīfú 師父 and all seniors help us, and by the end of the class we always feel good. This is how it should be. Feeling good is the first step and the first result that […]

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Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 – Part 6 When the two disciples saw the letter they realised their Sīfú, Sihing and the dog were alive and were all now immortal. They regretted they had not listened to their Sīfú and that he had been testing them. This story spread out through Luòyáng 洛陽 and everyone knew […]

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Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 – Part 5 The Two junior disciples looked at each other. They were both scared. One of them said, “Now Sīfú and Sihing have died! We should bury them and go back home.” They agreed and both thought that they were lucky to be alive and they had not taken the […]

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Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 – Part 4 The dog ate the immortality medicine. Sometime later one of the disciples went to check on the dog and found it lying on the floor. He bent down to see if it was ok, but it was not breathing. The disciple called out, “The dog has died!” Now […]

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Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 – Part 3 Wèi Bó Yáng’s  魏伯陽 three disciples were so happy to hear that, even though their Sīfú had said the same thing a few times before. Despite their failures the last time, they always believed their Sīfú would succeed and they all hoped that this time he was right […]

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Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 – Part 2 Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 had a few students, who believed, followed, and obeyed his instructions. Wèi Bó Yáng travelled all over China studying Daoist skills, but it was at Zhǎng Bái Shān 長白山 (Forever White Mountain), on the border of China and North Korea, he found his Sifu. […]

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Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 – Part 1 Wèi Bó Yáng 魏伯陽 was a Daoist who lived between 151-221, during the Eastern Han Dynasty 東漢. His original name was Wèi Ao 魏翱 and his hometown was Huìjī Shàng Yú 會稽上虞 which is in today’s Zhèjiāng Province 浙江省. As a Daoist, he wanted to become an Immortal. […]

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Preparing for Meditation – Part 10 All these 12 methods can help us to prepare to meditate. There are more methods than these and you might find many ways to help you prepare yourself for meditation, for example, sitting a a certain comfortable chair, watching a certain video, using incense or other aromas, even looking […]

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Preparing for Meditation – Pt9 Method 11 – Meditate with a Group of People Sometimes we can find it hard to mediate because our mind is full of many thoughts. To help this, we can try to meditate with a group of people, even if it just one other person (although a group is better). […]

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Preparing for Meditation – Pt8 Method 9 – Look Far Away Another way is to find somewhere nice, a nice environment that has a distant view. We can sit in our meditation position and look far into the distance. After a while we can start to forget everything around us and then close our eyes […]

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Preparing for Meditation – pt7 Method 7 – Read a Poem We can also read a poem which helps us to relax. It can just be a paragraph or a sentence which makes you feel good and does not bring up your energy and make you excited, it must also not be funny and not […]

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Preparing for Meditation – pt6 Method 5 – Imagination When we are in our meditation position, we can also use imagination to help us meditate. We can imagine something like a waterfall, the stars, a forest, a beach, the sea or ocean, a temple, in fact any scenery that makes you feel relaxed. We can […]

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Preparing for Meditation – pt5 Method 3 – Listen to Music When we are in our meditation position and we have relaxed, we can turn on some soft music. We should not have it too loud; it should be background music and should not run too long, this is because we need to let go […]

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Preparing for Meditation – pt4 When we have finished washing the face, we lower both hands to our sides and then bring them back up and around, like we  are collecting Qi from all around us, with the palms facing up. We then bring them above our head and then slowly lower them down, with […]

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Preparing for Meditation – pt3 When we Shǒu Gōng, we rub the palms of our hands together, around six to nine times, and this brings more Qi to the palms. We then wash our faces starting from the Yíngxiāng Points 迎香穴 by the both sides of nostril, We touch the tips of the index finger […]

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Preparing for Meditation – pt2 Once we have the right position, whether it is a Lotus, sitting on a chair or standing, we must make sure our back is straight so that the Bǎihuì 百會穴 and Huìyīn Points 會陰穴 are in a vertical line. This will help our Qi to flow properly. We then need […]

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Preparing for Meditation – Pt1 Whenever we first begin to meditate, we can find it difficult to relax and go into a meditative situation. When this happens we need things to help us. It is just like trying to start a car that has a flat battery and it needs a jump start to get […]

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King’s Sickness Pt12 It is true, if we are selfish and only think about ourselves, eventually we will suffer. This is why the Daoist said that his Qi could only be used in the right way. If he used it for bad reason, then he would suffer. The same was true for the King, at […]

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King’s Sickness Pt11 Everyone wants to know what happened to the Daoist, the Senior Advisor the guards. If we have good Qi, then we can use it to heal people. This means we are able to transmit the Qi from our body to the other person or even an object. The Daoist had obviously reached […]

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King’s Sickness Pt10 Everyone was surprised and many exclaimed, “What just happened?” The King looked at them and then shouted orders for the palace medical staff to come and help the Senior Advisor and the guards who had been holding the Daoist. The medical staff quickly arrived and checked on the Senior Advisor and the […]

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King’s Sickness Pt9 The King heard the Senior Advisor’s words and thought he might be right. If the Daoist wanted to hurt him if he wanted to. The Daoist smiled and said, “You do not need to put me in prison or kill me. What you need to do is take out all power out […]

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King’s Sickness Pt8 The next day the King’s Guard went and summoned the Daoist to see the King. The Daoist had just finished his Qìgōng 氣功 practice and went to the palace so see the King. The King said to him, “Daoist, you healed my illness and I appreciate and thank you for this, but […]

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King’s Sickness Pt7 The Senior Advisor said to the King, “You Majesty, if he can do things like this and heal you with his Qì氣, think about what else he could do? He could harm you or even kill you! He is dangerous!” The King was just so happy, but those words made him stop […]

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King’s Sickness Pt6 The next morning, after the King woke up and had eaten his breakfast, he called the Daoist to come and see him. When the Daoist arrived, he asked the King, “Your Majesty, how do you feel today?” The King replied, “I feel great!” The Daoist continued to ask, “Do you feel anything […]

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King’s Sickness Pt5 The King looked better, he looked ten years younger and healthier. The Daoist asked the King, “You Majesty, please follow me and copy what I do.” The King copied the Daoist as he raised up both his hands above his head and slowly lowered them down past his face, down to his […]

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King’s Sickness Pt4 The Daoist walked around the King whilst using his palms and sword fingers to point at the King’s body. He aimed at different acupuncture points such as, the Bǎi Huì 百會, Fēng Fǔ 風府, Fēng Chí 風池, Dà Bāo 大包, Qì Hù 氣戶, Shèn Shū 腎俞, Mìng Mén 命門, Huán Tiào 環跳, […]

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King’s Sickness Pt3 The room was very big with many plants positioned around it. Through the window the sun was shining in and it made the room comfortable and warm. It was a very calm and peaceful area. The King was sitting in a chair with his servants around, and his senior advisor was standing […]

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King’s Sickness Pt2 The Daoist claim made the King curious and he agreed to see him. When the Daoist was brought before him, the King said, “What can you do about my sickness?” The Daoist replied, “I can use Qì 氣 to heal you, no medicine is involved.” The King had heard of Qì, but […]

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King’s Sickness Pt1 Once upon a time there was a King. The King had everything, power, money, a beautiful wife and two beautiful children, a boy and girl. He lived a very happy life. One day the King found that a red spots on his body had started to grow. He called a doctor to […]

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Seven Hollows Qī Qiào 七竅 – Part 5 After our Qìgōng movements we always do some mediation. When we have finished our meditation, we always ‘wash’ our faces using the palms of our hands. First, we will touch the nose, either side of the nostrils with the fingertips, then rub the palms up the face […]

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Seven Hollows Qī Qiào 七竅 – Part 4 There is a story about a man who betrayed his country and his emperor. When he was captured, the Emperor sentenced him to death. He was made to drink a cup of poisoned wine. After he had drunk it he suddenly collapsed and blood began seeping out […]

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Seven Hollows Qī Qiào 七竅 – Part 3 So far we have talked about six of the Hollows: two eyes, two ears and two nostrils. The last one is obviously the mouth. The mouth is for eating and talking, and inside the mouth there is the tongue. The mouth has so many functions and it […]

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Seven Hollows Qī Qiào 七竅 – Part 2 Now we come to nostrils. Everyone must have had the experience when they have caught a cold or have an allergy which has made them unable to breathe through their nose. The nose is particularly important and is related to our lungs. When we cannot breathe properly […]

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Seven Hollows Qī Qiào 七竅 – Part 1 On the face we have seven points or Seven Hollows – Qī Qiào 七竅. They are two eyes, two ears, two nostrils and the mouth. These seven points are very important to our Qì氣 and to our internal organs. The Qì enters and releases through these seven […]

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The difference Between Sport and Qìgōng 氣功 Many people ask, “What is the difference between sport, dancing and Qìgōng氣功?” The answer is sport and dancing are both external. They are concerned with what you can see. Qìgōng is internal and deals with the Qì 氣, the feeling of the movements and even meditation, all things […]

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Xīn Bāo 心包 – Pericardium There is another organ that has its own channel and is not easy to see. Any organ that has its own channel is very important and so must be taken very seriously. This organ called Xīn Bāo 心包, the Pericardium and its channel is Shǒu Juéyīn Xīn Bāo Jīng 手厥陰心包經 […]

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Sānjiāo 三焦 – Triple Warmer – Part 3 When the Sānjiāo 三焦 has a problem, the Qì will not be able to pass through from one Jiāo 焦 to another. It might be that the Qì cannot pass from the Shàngjiāo 上焦– Upper Warmer down to the Xiàjiāo 下焦 – Lower Warmer. Generally the Qì […]

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Sānjiāo 三焦 – Triple Warmer – Part 2 The Sānjiāo 三焦 is not one of the organs, but it is treated as one and just as important. It is a Yáng organs, which we call Fǔ 腑 and it also has its own Jīngluò 經絡 – channel. Only organs have their own Jīngluò and it […]

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Sānjiāo 三焦 – Triple Warmer – Part 1 The body has five Yīn organs, which we call Zàng 臟, and six Yáng organs, which we call Fǔ腑. Zàng refers the organs that are more inside the body an so more internal. These are the liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidneys. We all know that these […]

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Sì Shén Cōng  四神聰 – Part 4 Once the Bǎihuì and the Sì Shén Cōng 四神聰 are open, it is like the main gate being open and so a lot of Qi can come out from the head. Many points will be open like the Běn Shén 本神,Shéntíng 神庭, Yùzhěn 玉枕, Fēng Fǔ 風府,Fēng Chí […]

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Sì Shén Cōng 四神聰– Part 3 It is not easy to develop our Qì to push up to the Bǎihuì point 百會穴 and so it is not easy to open this acupuncture point. It is not easy to open because around the Bǎihuì point  there are four guards. We call these Sì Shén Cōng 四神聰. […]

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Sì Shén Cōng 四神聰 – Part 2 If we want to get the Qì 氣up to the Upper Dāntián 上丹田, to the Sky Eye, there is one very important channel that we must open, this is the Chōng Mài 衝脈. The Chōng Mài runs from the Yǒngquán Point 涌泉穴 to the Huìyīn point 會陰穴 and […]

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Sì Shén Cōng 四神聰  – Part 1 We practice Qìgōng 氣功 to make us healthy. Through practicing Qìgōng we collect and cultivate Qì 氣 from nature and the environment around us. We all know that practising outside, in nature and in a good environment is better than practising in bad surrounding and indoors. When we […]

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External Affects the Internal – Part 3 Once we understand that the external body and the internal body are connected, are related to each other and affect one another, we can apply this principle to many things. Take our relationships for example. We need to work together whether it is husband and wife, partner and […]

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External Affects the Internal- Part 2 Qìgōng movements are based on relaxation. Often people only see our arms, legs and body moving but actually this movement is working on the internal organs. In nature there is always two parts and this is the principle of Yīn and Yáng. Chinese people discovered the principle of nature […]

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External Affects the Internal – Part 1 In our bodies we have two parts, one which we can control – like our arms, legs and eyes, ears, but there is one part that we cannot control – for example our heart, lungs, kidney and the other internal organs. The first part is our external body […]

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Environment Part 6 We need to trust our senses, trust our Qi. If we practise Qigong regularly, whenever we go to a new place, we can sense if it has a good environment and good Qi. Even if we move to a new office, we will know if it is a good office to work […]

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Environment – Part 5 If we practise Qigong regularly, we will actually never choose to stay or live in a bad environment. This is because we feel good every time we finish practising and then we will have better senses. Whenever we go to a bad environment or place we will not feel good and […]

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Environment – Part 4 In the beginning, when we first begin to practise Qigong we just feel good. This is a good start. Then as we practise more we will feel even better and we like this feeling. It is just like cats who like to stay in a warm place, especially in the winter. […]

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Environment – Part 3 Some people might say, “I don’t have a lot of money, how can I live in a better environment?” We have to find or create a good environment to live and work in, it is not about making more money. First we have to make ourselves healthy and we do this […]

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Environments – Part 2 When we practise Qigong a lot we will find that we like to be in good environments that have plenty of fresh air and sunshine, where there are more green plants and more space. These good environments give us good energy. If we have never practised Qigong, then we feel the […]

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Environments – Part 1 There are many people who live in the countryside. In the countryside, the air is better, there are more trees and less cars. When they go into the city, they find that it is very polluted and find it very difficult to breathe and suffer from more allergies. They would not […]

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Single Movement Part 4 If we have a back problem, which exercises from Balancing Gong and Healthy Living Gong will be good for us? First we can think about which movements move our waist more, this leads us to “Beautiful Woman Turns the Waist”, “Turning the Head and Twisting the Tail” and “Roc Extends its […]

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Single Movement Part 3 There are many single movement Qigong exercises in Balancing Gong and Healthy Living Gong. Each movement has its own healing purpose. If we understand Qigong well, then we will understand the benefits of each movement. For example, if you have a headache, you will know which movement is good for this. […]

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Single Movements Pt 2 Each single Qigong movement has a benefit which is quite obvious. For example in Balancing Gong we have the first movement “Holding the Dantian” where we put our hands over our Dantian. It is the simplest movement for beginners and everyone can practise it easily. However, it teaches the most fundamental […]

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Single Movements Pt 1 We all know that we practise Qigong to makes us healthier, the more we practise the healthier we get. However we will not be 100% healthy, because we use our energy when we do other things, our work, when we communicate with other people etc. Other people can affect us and […]

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Ying Qigong 硬氣功 The second type of Qigong is Ying Qigong 硬氣功– Hard Qigong and so Ying 硬 means hard. Soft and hard balance each other, we cannot just practise Ruan Qigong 軟氣功, without Ying, even if we just practise Horse Stance 馬步 or Healthy Living Gong Part 3’s 健康生活功第三節 Tiger Pushes the Mountain or […]

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Ruan Qigong 軟氣功 When we study Qigong we should know there are two kinds. One is soft, which we call Ruan軟, so Ruan Qigong軟氣功. This is what we normally practise in class, Balancing Gong 平衡功, Healthy Living Gong 健康生活功 and Wild Goose Qigong 大雁氣功 etc. The character for Ruan軟 is made up of two parts. […]

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Wai Gong 外功 Practising Qigong we have Nei Gong 內功, which is internal training, however we also have Wai Gong 外功 – external training. Many people only think about internal training for their Qigong, however, Qigong also has external training in order to balance the internal training. Like we have our warm ups and Chun […]

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Nei Gong 內功 Qigong is internal training. We call this Nei Gong 內功. Nei 內 means inside and together with Gong 功, Nei Gong means internal training. But what does internal training mean? It means that the purpose of all our movements and meditation is to work on the inside of the body, like the Qi, the blood, […]

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Kwai 快 – Fast In Qigong, when we practise movements slowly, this is called Man 慢 – slow. The opposite to Man (slow) is quick and this in Chinese is Kwai 快.  Chinese philosophy, whether it is Buddhism, Daoism or Rujia 儒家 (Confucianism), teaches that everything must have an opposite side. We must balance both […]

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Man 慢 – Slow In Qigong we move slowly. Slow movements allow you to feel your body. Practising Qigong helps us to feel the internal body and this is a healthy thing. Some people fail to feel their internal body and this is because they never relax enough. Only when you can really relax can […]

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Dong Gong 動功 In Qigong we have Jing Gong 静功. Quiet and still exercises like meditation. These help us to calm down and settle. We also have Dong Gong動功. Dong 動 means moving, so these are like our forms. Stillness and movement, this is balance, we need both. When we practise Qigong we always do […]

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Jing 靜 When we practise Qigong we also need Jing靜. Jing means quiet. The mind and heart need to be Jing (quiet). The character for Jing is written in two parts. The first part is Qing青, means Green. In the old times it also meant Spring. Spring is the beginning for the year and the […]

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Ren 忍 When we practise Qigong we also need Ren 忍 – patience. Many people have asked me, “How long will take before I can heal other people?” I always answer, “To heal others you first need to be healthy.” How long does it take to become healthy? This all depends on the condition you […]

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Xin 心 Last time we said to practise Qigong we needed Yi 意, but we also need Xin 心 – heart. As we know, Yi is focus. It starts from one’s heart and so we want to do it. When we want to do something we do it with focus and we push ourselves to […]

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Yi 意 – part 2 When we practise Qigong we should focus and concentrate on our movements, this is Yi 意. The Chinese character for Yi is a combination of three characters: 立 Li means stand 曰  Yue means say 心 Xin means heart All together it means a person tells what their heart wants. […]

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Yi意 and Qi氣 What is Yi意? Yi means mind or thinking. When we do Qigong we still need to think, we need to think about what we are doing and not become distracted by other thoughts. We should therefore focus on what we are doing, like Balancing Gong, focus on the movements and relax the […]

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Bone Qi 骨氣 At the end of my classes we always practise Ma Bu 馬步– Horse Stance. Many students begin with a high position. After a while, once they are used to it they will follow some of the other students and stand in a medium stance. The seniors always try to practise in a […]

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Qi and Strength When we finish practising Qigong not only do we feel healthier, but we feel physically stronger. This is because Qi and strength come together. When someone is sick, they are physically weaker. Some find it hard to walk far, walk upstairs or even stand for any length of time. If we are […]

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Qi and Blood After practising our Qigong we feel warm, particularly our hands and feet. Many students, when they first come to class have cold hands and feet, but after a few months of Qigong practice, they start to feel warmer, some even feel warm after just one lesson! This is all about our Qi. […]

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Practise When Our Energy is Low Qi plays a very important part in our health. When our Qi drops we will begin to feel weak and tired. If we keep losing Qi, then we will become sick. If more Qi is lost then we become very sick and if we lose even more, and then […]

Chinese Horoscopes for 2020

Many people have asked me whether 2020 will be a good year. I always say, “Yes it will be a good year,” because for me every year is a good year! Of course there will be problems and trouble that comes to me but this is life. I will deal with these things instead of […]

Feng Shui of 2020

When we study Feng Shui, we need to know the energy of the year. For this we need to know the basics, like the original Nine Star positions: The Stars are: Relationship and travelling Illnesses Argument Study, Job and Business Disaster Surprising Money, Benefits Lost Money Income Celebration and Parties Once we know these basics, […]

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Foot Jue Yin Liver Jing 足厥陰肝經 After the Foot Shao Yang Gall Bladder Jing 足太陽膀胱經 the Qi flows to the Foot Jue Yin Liver Jing 足厥陰肝經. The liver and gall bladder are related. The strong time for the Foot Jue Yin Liver Jing is 1-3am. This is a very quiet time and the Qi settles, […]

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Foot Shao Yang Gall Bladder Jing 足太陽膀胱經 After the Hand Shao Yang Triple Warmer Jing 手少陽三焦經, the Qi now flows to the Foot Tai Yang Gall Bladder Jing 足太陽膀胱經. Its strongest time is 11pm – 1am, which means it goes into the following day. Remember traditionally, in China there were only 12 hours in a […]