Chinese has a culture of Qi foods. There are a lot of old sayings about foods and Qi in Chinese, for example 人以食为天. Word by word translation is: food is considered as big as the sky. Traditionally Chinese people believe that the best practice for maintaining health is by eating.
Every day on public media, social media, literally everywhere people are spreading news about Coronavirus, 1000 times quicker than the actual virus spreading. Since early February, our parents and siblings have been…
Why you ask “do I need Qigong in this life”? Because you actually don’t know what Qi is and what Qigong is. In thousands of years of Chinese history, so many sages and saints had…
I came across the word “Persnickety” when I was learning the word of the day. It means: placing too much emphasis on minor and trivial details. Everyone can probably think of at least one person with such character…
We may suffer from symptoms of bodily issues, sickness and illness, which causes pain and uncomfortable feelings, depression and stress. What we do about it, is always trying to find solutions to deal with those symptoms.
As an acupuncturist I find that my training in Qigong has helped me to command Qi more effectively in the treatment room. I often create a qifield whilst treating my patients and the calmness and tranquillity will help my patients to heal more effectively.
Lady Ying is 82 years old and lives in Hong Kong. She is very happy, healthy and looks much younger than her actual age. Even young people would like to do the splits as easily as she can. But she was totally another person 18 years ago.
Although many people are practicing “Qigong” (chi kung, chi gung) all over the world, few of them could tell what Qigong really is. Here are
Pang was born in 1940 in Heibei province in China. He studied western medicine in Beijing Medical College in 1958. Thereafter, he engaged in western medical practice.
Dr. Pang created and started to publicly teach Zhi Neng Qigong in late 70’s and early 80’s. From 1986 to 1989, Dr. Pang published a series of qigong science theories.