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Yang-Sheng (Nurturing Life; ISSN: 2326-277X) is an E-magazine and a network for all healthcare professionals of preventive medicine, practitioners of mind-body exercise (such as meditation, Qigong, Tai Chi, Yoga, Reiki, and mindfulness), true health seekers, and spiritual cultivators. It promotes philosophy and methods of self-healing, positive mind and health preservation, and shares knowledge and experiences with those who are interested in the subjects and their applications in everyday life.
Yang-Sheng merges traditional life-nurturing knowledge with modern scientific research and clinic evidence, and combines ancient wisdom with our own experience to support our daily practice and well-being, and to reach true meaning of health in body, mind and spirit… Your contribution, participation, sharing and suggestions are truly appreciated.
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Here are the recent posts:
Five-Animal Play Qigong and Five Elements and Five-Zang Theory 五禽戏与五行五脏学说 Kevin W Chen, Ph.D. MPH Wuqinxi, or Five-Animal Play is one of the important Qigong exercises in traditional Chinese wellness practice. Its founder, Hua Tuo (about 145-208), was born in … Continue reading
The 13 Health-Preserving Techniques by Simiao SUN 孙思邈 养生十三法 Simiao Sun, also known as the King of Chinese Medicine (药王) and Sun Hevenly-doctor, was a famous ancient Chinese physician and practitioner of qigong. He was born during the Western Wei … Continue reading
Wellness Practice in Summer Focus on Nourishing the Mind 夏季养生，重在养心 With Discussion of Three-fu Wellness Cultivation Highlights: It’s the summer solstice today (June 21, 2023), the start of the summer in the U.S. customs ( the middle of summer in … Continue reading
Spring is a season of renewal and transformation, the golden season in wellness practice. There is a Chinese saying that “spring does not nurture, summer easily get disease.” In the “Huangdi Neijing” it states “In the three months of spring, … Continue reading
Sponsored by the Shift Network, Qigong Global Summit has established its reputation as a yearly must-go event for the global healing art community. This year’s theme is “Cultivate Ageless Grace, Vitality and Agility through Meditative Movement Practices”. Qigong is the art and … Continue reading
Preservation of Health in Winter,Nourish the Kidney First冬季养藏，补肾为先！ Winter is the season of kidney. According to “The Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic” (Huangdi Neijing): “The kidney is the foundation of sealed preservation, the place of essence.” Preserving both innate essence and … Continue reading
Earthing— the Most Important Health Discovery Ever! 接地气，人类史上最伟大的健康发现 Every day, try walking, sitting or lying barefoot on the ground for half an hour, can effectively relieve common ailments such as PMS, cancer, arthritis, back pain, indigestion, jet lag and … Continue reading
Where the Energy Come from during Bigu Manifestation? 探讨辟谷期间能量从哪里来 Kevin W CHEN, Ph.D. The Bigu manifestation, also known as energetic fasting, cut-off grain, or stop grain-eating, is a unique Daoist practice and wellness technique. It literally means avoiding grain, or not eat grain, but … Continue reading
Qigong Fasting or Bigu: Your Best Defense Against COVID-19 & Your Best Investment for Long-Term Wellness
The COVID-19 continues changing our lives in many ways. As the outbreak is still alive around the world, your best defense against the pandemic may still be the strength of your immune system. When you get a lot of time … Continue reading
After Dr. Fauci claimed that the US is out of pandemic phase of COVID-19 the life goes gradually back to normal for most American. However, the virus and their potential threatening are still around, and the challenge to defend our … Continue reading
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