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Can You Be Like Water?

Can You Be Like Water? By Bob McBrien & Vincent Guiterrez Imagine a group of university students signing up for a course that involves three hourly classes each week during the semester learning and practicing qigong and tai chi. It … Continue reading

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Contribution of Daoist Yangsheng Philosophy to Modern Self-Care Movement

This essay looks into the modern self-care movement today, and at the ways Yangsheng philosophy can be of great help to those who are looking to improve their lifestyle, those looking to achieve better health and longer life, and most importantly those looking to achieve a level of balance and harmony within themselves and the environment they live in. Continue reading

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From Dr. Love-The Embodiment of Mind and Spirit

The Embodiment of Mind and Spirit in Chinese Qigong and Philosophy by George Xavier Love, OMD According to classical Chinese medical thought, fluids and energies constitute the body and are especially stored in the bones and internal organs. The mind … Continue reading

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Taiji and Qigong for Immune System Health

Taiji and Qigong for Immune System Health by Eric Borreson There is considerable evidence that taiji and Qigong can help strengthen your immune system. Doctors do not claim to fully understand what happens, but they do agree that taiji and … Continue reading

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What Is Love? An exploration of culture and truth

Healing Through Pleasure What Is Love? An exploration of culture and truth by Felice Dunas, Ph.D. While reading a Harvard Business Review article on Authentic Leadership (as in leadership that includes the wholeness of self rather than just ambition based … Continue reading

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