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Scientific Qi Exploration (Part III)

[Scientific Qi Exploration] Scientific Qi Exploration – Horary Cycle  Qi Pathways from 3 p.m. to 3 a.m. (Part III) by Marty Eisen Ph.D. The Meridian pathways of the Qi flow in the Horary Cycle, from 3 p.m. to 3 a.m., … Continue reading

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Scientific Qi Exploration – Horary Cycle’s Qi Pathways from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Part II)

[Scientific Qi Exploration] Horary Cycle’s Qi Pathways from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Part II)   The Horary Cycle with Exit and Entry Points        Recall that each Organ and its corresponding Meridian energy is at its peak during the … Continue reading

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Cultivating The Mind – Meditation: The Priority of Yang Xin Mood, Food and Move – Three Secrets Part II

[Cultivating the Mind] Meditation: The Priority of Yang Xin Mood, Food and Move – Three Secrets Part II Shiuan Gee As we know, happiness is important thing in Yang Xin (mind). But if we are excessively happy is that all right? Over-happiness … Continue reading

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Chinese Wisdom – Chinese Wisdom for Yang Sheng

[Chinese Wisdom] Chinese Wisdom for Yang Sheng Helen Hu, OMD 1. Keep silent in order for Nourishing Qi, closing eyes to restore blood, sleeping early to rejuvenate essence and keeping inner peace to raise spirit. 2. Fame seeking injures the … Continue reading

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Taiji and Science – To MOVE Or Not To MOVE

[Taiji and Science] To MOVE Or Not To MOVE Chun Man Sit There are two major types of qigong methods: 1) stillness qigong 2)  moving qigong. Stillness Qigong Stillness qigong includes sitting qigong and standing qigong. Students hold a certain posture and … Continue reading

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Scientific Qi Exploration – The Jingluo

Scientific Qi Exploration The Jingluo: Part 1 – The Horary Cycle by Dr. Marty Eisen 1.  Introduction Jing can be translated as “to pass through” or “pathway” and refers to the vertical channels or meridians.  Luo means “network” and refers … Continue reading

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Meditation In Motion – Sinking the Qi

  Meditation In Motion Sinking The Qi by Eric Borreson         Sinking the qi is a common term in taiji, but many people find it very confusing. Sinking the qi simply refers to using your breath to help … Continue reading

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From The Doctor – Birthing Aloha, Back To Now

  From The Doctor   Any intelligent fool can make things bigger & more complex… It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage, to move in the opposite direction  ~Albert Einstein “If the door shuts, do not … Continue reading

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The Science of Qi Healing A Survey of the Research and Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong Practices – (Part 1 of 2)

[Scientific Qi Exploration] The Science of Qi Healing A Survey of the Research and Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong Practices (Part 1 of 2) Ted Nawalknski, Sc. D. (Edited By Sean Cartwright)   The Science of Qi Healing, is … Continue reading

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From The Master – The Relationship Between Wuji, Taiji and Qigong

[From The Master] The Relationship Between Wuji, Taiji and Qigong by Yang Yang, Ph.D © 2012 Center for Taiji & Qigong Studies –used by permission Practitioners frequently ask about the relationship between taiji and qigong. Different people have differing opinions. … Continue reading

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