Qi Gong?

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    Apr 06, 2008 12:51 AM GMT
    Anyone practice it? I tried it the other day it seemed very centering.

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    Apr 06, 2008 4:42 AM GMT
    I use to do tai chi chikung, with the instructional VCD I bought in a bookstore. It relaxing and good for relaxing the mind.

    Any one heard about those Tai Chi Chikung that suppose to improve sexual energy. Please let me know.
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    Apr 06, 2008 8:57 AM GMT
    well basically in Chinese it is originally for elder peopleicon_rolleyes.gifbut sure younger guys can try it out,not gonna do any harm.
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    Apr 06, 2008 10:14 AM GMT
    ExpertVillage.com has a couple of video series on the practice and concepts behind Qi Gong:

    How to Practice Qigong Exercises

    Qi Gong Stretches for Energy
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    Apr 07, 2008 7:46 AM GMT
    i like following the videos but sometimes they are hard. i dont know if it is so much the actual movement or the stillness and focus on breath and movement that is the centering and re-energizing process or both.

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    Apr 20, 2008 10:13 AM GMT
    QI GONG?
    i never touched of that before,only heared of that,and i saw lots of chinese old people do that in park in the morning.
    i am interested in Qin Gong,i always see people in the film who knows Qing Gong,and can jump very high and run very fast,it is so cool,but i never see any people in real world knows how to do it.
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    Apr 24, 2008 1:04 AM GMT
    Qi Gong/Chi Kung/Chi Gung (three basic spellings in English)is actually a very good practice mentally and physically. Many of its principles are considered to be the cornerstone Chinese medicine. A lot of it has been incorporated into advanced practices of Aikido as well.

    Check out "The Yellow Emperors Classic of Medicine" and The complete book of Chi Gung. It's a good start.
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    Mar 03, 2009 4:33 AM GMT
    I did some of this at a retreat I was at over the weekend. I was good exercise to start the day with.
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    Mar 03, 2009 12:39 PM GMT
    I´ve practiced for years. THere are many sorts, some good, others don´t deliver what they promise (which when it´s the ability to fly/levitate/live for 150 years is not surprising).

    It´s given me more energy, helps with migraines (which I hardly get now) and travel sickness.
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    Feb 13, 2011 1:33 AM GMT
    hippie4lyfe saidAnyone practice it? I tried it the other day it seemed very centering.

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    The Bagua class has chi kung component, and I been doing Lin kong jing for about a year. Chi kung of any sort is a good use of your time and effort.
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    Feb 16, 2011 2:35 AM GMT
    i've been doing qi gong a few years now, has helped me with most of my personal issues. particularly grounding exercises.