Tag Archives: Qigong

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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Mind-Body Medicine Research Update

[Research Update] Compiled By Kevin Chen Advantage of meditation over exercise in reducing cold and flu illness is related to improved function and quality of life.  Influenza Other Respi Viruses. 2012 Nov 21. By Obasi CN, Brown R, Ewers T, et al. from Dept of Family Medicine, … Continue reading

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East-West Perspective: Mindfulness in a Twittering World

[East-West Perspective] Mindfulness In A Twittering World Debi Dunn, MBA and Andrea M. Delligati, Ph.D.   I admit that I am the last person who should be writing anything about technology.  Many of us “seasoned” psychologists have been catapulted into … 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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Qi Cultivation and Dao – Balanced Emotional Flow with Qigong

Qi Cultivation and Dao Balanced Emotional Flow with Qigong by Dr. George Love We all have emotions. Emotions are meant to be expressed and when expressed in a healthy manner contribute to our overall well-being. What happens too often is … Continue reading

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East-West Perspective – Chinese Wellness Based Healthcare System

East-West Perspective Chinese Wellness Based Healthcare System: An Inspiring Solution To Health & Economic Crisis in America by Dr. Roger Jahnke “The most profound medicine is produced naturally in the human body – for free!” This is the innovative foundation … Continue reading

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From The Master – Reflections on The Chinese and Mexican Calendars

            From The Master Reflections on The Chinese and Mexican Calendars Kenneth Cohen            China and Mexico are the only ancient cultures in the world that have a two-part calendrical system. In … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Research Update

Research Update Mind- Body Research Update Compiled by Kevin Chen Qigong Exercise On Immunity And Infections The effect of qigong exercise on immunity and infections: a systematic review of controlled trials. American Journal of Chinese Medicine. 2012;40(6):1143-56. By Wang CW, et al. from Centre … Continue reading

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