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Understanding Our Universal Power, the "Qi."

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Our power comes from within us, not something that's somewhere outside of ourselves, The spark that is in each of us, is not only our piece to the infinite cosmic Light, but it is our own personal power source. Our Light creates an Energy field that can be Mastered. The Ancients referred to this power as the "Qi." The secrets to unlocking the Qi, is a true pathway to Enlightenment, and sacred knowledge. Learning and Practicing the control of this inner Energy is key to our health and Longevity.

About 5000 years ago The Ancient Shaolin Monks of China discovered a way to master this power. They call this technique Qi Gong. Through balance, breathing, and focus you also can learn to control your own Universal Power.

Qigong (pronounced "chee-gong”) is an ancient Chinese health method that combines slow graceful movements with mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance a person’s vital energy. It has been popularly referred to as Chinese yoga. Qigong is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, along with acupuncture, acupressure, and herbal medicine. Literally millions of people practice Qigong in China and around the world each day to successfully treat diseases ranging from osteoarthritis to cancer, to improve their overall health.

This is not to be confused with "Tai Chi," Which is more focused on the actual Exercises, Which can take years to master.


Qigong is more than a set of exercises, it is an attitude that works to restructure one's perspective in life, leading to balance and harmony with the world around us."  Francesco Garripoli. Chairman of the Board, Qigong Institute.


The three foundations of Qigong practice are the combination of posture and movement, breath, and mindfulness meditation, these are called the Intentful Corrections.

The Three Intentful Corrections.

The first intentful correction (i.e. mindful adjustment) involves body posture. Incorrect posture results in decreased or blocked energy flow, the unnecessary expenditure of energy, a decrease in stamina, and greater susceptibility to injury or illness.

The second intentful correction involves breathing. In spite of years or decades of practice, most of us breathe in a non-optimal way: On the in-breath, our chest fills up with air and little air gets into the abdomen. Interestingly, we all came into the world knowing and practicing the right way to breathe; we had to learn the wrong way through the experience and conditioning of growing up. The form of breathing most used with Qigong is abdominal breathing, where on inhale the lower abdomen expands and fills with air before the chest, and the abdomen contracts on exhale.

The third intentful correction involves mental state or awareness. Regulating your mind is a practice designed to reduce stress and increase your awareness of the moment, helping you to achieve a state of pure consciousness by stripping away thoughts and emotions that keep you unnecessarily immersed in the complexity of your daily life. Qigong meditative techniques, such as mindfulness meditation, are combined with slow, deep breathing and gentle movement. Source,


What Is Qi And The Healing Powers Of Qi Gong

Most of us are not familiar with the Chinese concept of Qi and Qi Gong. Sure, the ones really into martial arts movies might have come across the terms but how much do we really understand it?

While the ignorant ones dismiss Qi (pronounced “Chee”) as some mystical concept, doctors now use it to even perform surgeries in the Orient!

How Do We Understand Qi?

Qi is essentially an energy field which all living beings create. Be it humans, animals, or even plants, Qi surrounds us all. It originates from the internal and binds the whole universe together with its powers.

Western culture has long been dismissive of Qi as well as Qi Gong. Western science considers it to be the mumbo-jumbo of the Orient. In reality, Qi is neither mystical nor unbelievable.

Many Chinese doctors today carry on the practice of manipulating Qi to be used in place of anesthetics. This practice has a history of over 3000 years in Chinese medicine.

Not only the ancient Chinese civilizations, even the Indians and Japanese know of this energy field, calling it Prana and Ki respectively. Even the civilizations of Greece acknowledged its presence and powers as Pneuma.

In recent times, Qi is being defined to be of a bioelectric nature. Qi can be thought of as the energy field living organisms surround themselves with, which their magnetic and electric potentials within generate. The energy field created by Qi exists without any conductors.

In living beings, Qi is found concentrated in various vessels. It flows through the meridians of all beings. In humans, meridians are like the blood circulation system and the nerve bundle system.

Whenever Qi energy gets unbalanced because of being stuck in any one place, we suffer from illness, and at times, it can turn fatal too.

Knowledge of the flow of Qi and meditation can help us better feel, develop, and disperse our Qi concentrations in the body.

The Art Of Qi Gong

Qi is Universal energy. Qi Gons’s the art of how we can cultivate this healing energy to lengthen our lives with better health. As with all art forms, Qi Gong too has multiple styles.

Each of them has the purpose of cultivating, preserving, strengthening, and making the circulation of this natural energy easier in our bodies.

All the different forms can be ultimately categorized as either external or internal. Wai Dan is the external style while Nei Dan is the internal one. Their goals are the same but their approaches at achieving that goal are varied.

Wei Dan concentrates on the external energy of Qi Gong. It helps us bring the prevalent energy of the Universe inside our systems. Nei Dan helps us build up our internal Qi Gong with the help of breathing techniques and meditation.

Qi Gong Fundamentals

1. Tension and anxiety make Qi stagnate in our body. Stay calm and relaxed to help it flow freely.

2. We can control Qi with our minds. Concentration and focused intent will help you direct the movement of your Qi.

3. You must meditate regularly.

4. Daily practice makes you control Qi better.

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