Tag Archives: Qigong

Mind-Body Medicine Research Updates (Nov. 14)

[Research Update 科研 动态] Mind-Body Medicine Research Updates Compiled by Kevin W Chen, PhD Breathing-based meditation decreases post traumatic stress disorder symptoms in U.S. military veterans: a randomized controlled longitudinal study.  J Trauma Stress. 2014 Aug;27(4):397-405. By Seppälä EM, Nitschke … Continue reading

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Lose Weight Fast: An Amazing New Technique!

[Experience Exchange 经验交流] Lose Weight Fast: An Amazing New Technique! by Marty Eisen Ph.D. Whether we gain, lose or maintain body weight is mainly dependent upon three things: the number of calories required for maintaining life (our metabolism), calories burned … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Research Updates

[Research Updates] Mind-Body Medicine Research Updates Compiled by Kevin W Chen, Ph.D.  Meditation Programs for Psychological Stress and Well-being: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Intern Med. 2014 Jan 6. By Goyal M, Singh S, Sibinga EM, et al . … Continue reading

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Qigong Institute Founder Ken Sancier Dies

[Qigong News] QIGONG INSTITUTE FOUNDER & CEO KEN SANCIER DIES Tom Rogers (President, Qigong Institute, Inc.) Los Altos, California. August 11, 2013 – Dr. Ken Sancier, the founder of the non-profit Qigong Institute (http://www.qigonginstitute.org), has passed away at age 93. Dr. … Continue reading

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You Can’t Do Qigong

You Can’t Do Qigong By Rodney Owens One simply can’t do Qigong.  The thing that we are looking for, the experience of Qi flow, the “Qigong State” if you will, is not something that can be acquired by doing.  It … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Medicine Research Updates

[Research Update] Mind-Body Medicine Research Updates Effects of qigong exercise on fatigue, anxiety, and depressive symptoms of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome-like illness: a randomized controlled trial.  Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2013; 2013:485341. Epub 2013 Jul 31. By Chan … Continue reading

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Benefits of Herbs and Qigong

[Food as Medicine] Herbs and Qigong for Cheer, Mood, and Sleep! By Katrina Everhart Herbs, beautiful in some cases, sticky, prickly, and even ugly by some standards, look pretty while adding flavor to meals. When added to soups, condiments, salsa, … Continue reading

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Qigong For Veterans

Qigong For Veterans      Dr. Effie Chow is trying to start free nationwide wellness programs for veterans, and also teach interested veterans a new vocation.  This program requires no special clothing, equipment or space and so is easily implemented … Continue reading

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Daoist Internal Alchemy – Sexual Alchemy: Female Blue Water Snake Year

[Daoist Internal Alchemy] Sexual Alchemy: Female Blue Water Snake Year By Michael Winn Dear Lovers of Snake Qi, the embodiment of Sexual Alchemy,         This Water Snake Year is going to bring up very deep issues that relate to our … 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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