Author Archives: Chi Michael

Current Qhi Gong book: Heal Yourself with QIGong

Current Qhi Gong book I’m studying: Heal Yourself with QIGong, Gentle Practices to Increase Energy, Restore Health, and Relax the Mind, by Suzanne B. Friedman, L.AC., DMA (China) This book begins with a couple delightful stories about people coming into … Continue reading

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my other qigong site

is here: http://mychigong.wordpress.com/

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Is it Chi or Qi or Tai Chi?!

It depends on the translators! I believe it sounds like “chee” but can be spelled either as chi or qi. “Chi Kung” means the same as “Qi Gong” for what it’s worth. Also, Chi Kung postures/routines eventually became more elaborate … Continue reading

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The Way of Energy Review

This book, by Master Lam Kam Chuen, is subtitled “Mastering the Chinese Art of Internal Strength with Chi Kung Exercise.” The way I research books is first off by going to Amazon.com and seeing which topical books/dvds rate well. This … Continue reading

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Review of Qi Gong for Beginners DVD

I just received the dvd in the mail today. Chris Pei, for whom English is a second language, has a very benign, relaxing, and well-produced dvd on the traditional Chinese 8 Pieces of Brocade routine. The main video demonstrates¬† pose … Continue reading

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8 Poem Exercises

I added a new header image, featuring men and women performing Qi Gong taken from Chi Kung drawings in an ancient silk book (Method of Inducing Free Flow of Chi) from the Han dynasty, circa 206 BCE to 24CE. These … Continue reading

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Poetry 8

oh hold on the phone, waiting waiting waiting… hours trying to add a 60 minute card to my cellphone. Breathe. This can be a moment of conductivity.

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Hello Qi Gong or Chi Gung

8 Silken Movements or 8 Pieces of Brocade or 8 Simple QiGong Exercises for Health To conclude, you must practice perseveringly and patiently. You need a strong will and a great deal of patience and self-discipline. You may have already … Continue reading

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