You were doing great. You were practicing once or even twice a day, and you were getting results. You were totally amazed by qigong and tai chi.
But then life got in the way, and you stopped practicing.
Maybe it’s been a few months since you practiced regularly. Maybe even years. Of course, you’ve tried to start practicing again, but there’s never enough momentum to keep things going. You know you should take care of yourself, but maybe this stuff just isn’t for you…
If this describes you, then there’s something very important that I want you to know:
I totally understand.
Look. I know exactly how you feel. Believe it or not, I was just like you. That paragraph above is a perfect description of me in 1997. I struggled for close to 2 years with the same issue. During that time, I felt like a total failure, and I was ashamed.
Let me share a wonderful proverb with you:
“Fall down seven times; stand up eight.”
This proverb sums up the Eastern idea of success. You’re expected to fall down. You’re expected to fail many times. But you’re also expected to get up many times.
How many times have you fallen down with your qigong or tai chi practice? So you fell down a few times? What’s the big deal? Get up again! And again. And again. Until it works. Years from now, you’ll look back on this as a major success in your life just like I do.
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You can do this! Mindfully yours, Sifu AnthonyI’m Anthony Korahais, and I used qigong to heal from clinical depression, low back pain, anxiety, and chronic fatigue. I’ve already taught thousands of people from all over the world to use qigong for their own stubborn health issues. I teach online courses, and also lead in-person retreats and workshops.