Recently I’ve been doing a lot of standing practice and it came to mind to write an article on what exactly is standing practice (Zhan Zhuang). This is definitely one of the greatest gifts from the internal practices. So simple and yet so powerful. It is a way of developing better balance and alignment, stronger legs and waist, deeper respiration, accurate body mindfulness and tranquility. In “Standing Post” (Zhan Zhuang) one meditates while standing holding certain prescribed postures observing the natural flow of the breath what could be simpler and yet profound in more advance practice. Continue reading
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What causes the heart beat and the flow of blood through the veins and arteries? William Einthoven a dutch physician in and around 1906 discovered that an electrical charge builds up in the heart and discharges – causing heart beat and blood flow one small portion of a very complex internal bio-electric circuitry.
Recently Dr. Robert Becker, author of the Body Electric, found a perineural control system corresponding to the acupuncture points in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture at high conductance areas of the body. Continue reading
Dr. Love performs his Qigong rap this really quite funny!
Here is a quote from Dr. Roger Jahnke’s great book the Healing Promise of Qi which I think is excellent. “The extraordinary system for absorbing, circulating, and refining Qi in the body is called the Qi Matrix. The Qi Matrix is a pervasive network, the subtle circuitry of your life force. The channels or pathways of Qi meridians or (Jing Luo) deliver the life force to every part of the body as fuel or resource for every function. The Qi Matrix interfaces with the living physiological matrix. It vitalizes blood, enables nerve conductance, sustains organ activity and provides functional capacity for every cell and tissue in the living process. The bio-energetic interface between the Qi Matrix and the physiological matrix is emerging as a key area of twenty-first century science.” Continue reading
Qigong! The Chinese have known for thousands of years that practicing qigong improves kidney energy which, according to the old classics of Chinese Medicine, will also improve your libido or sex drive! So if you are suffering from lack thereof (E.D.) try Qigong!! What have you got to lose? Your wife or husband will certainly approve! Qigong is easier than Tai Chi or Yoga to learn and in just minutes a day you can be empowered to improve you own health with the use of your own mind! Win Win!!
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