In the old days, disciples were lucky to learn a handful of Qigong and/or Tai Chi exercises. The question of what to practice never really arose. You simply practiced everything you knew!
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Ten years ago, I did something stupid. Totally crazy. And risky. At least that’s what the voices in my head told me. But there were other voices in there too. You know — the voices that encourage you to be brave, to go for what you want, to chase your dreams. You know what I’m […]
Wouldn’t you like to know their secret? I mean, if you had that kind of discipline, you could make amazing changes, build healthy new habits, eliminate bad ones, and create the life you dream of! I’ll reveal their secret, and it may very well change your life. But I’m warning you: You’re probably going to […]
The classics say that dawn is the best time to practice Qigong. I absolutely agree. And not just because it’s written in the classics, but because over the past 16 years, I’ve tried it all.
Valentine’s day is a day meant for love. But typically, the love is projected outward rather than inward. What if, instead of focusing so much love outward, you focused some of it inward? Would that be wrong?
Stop kidding yourself. You’re not ready to quit. And that’s okay. The sooner you admit that you’re not ready, the sooner you’ll be able to quit once and for all.
It can help to think of Qigong as medicine. If you aren’t getting the results that you want, then the first place to look is at the dosage of that medication. Are you taking enough medicine? Do you even know what the proper dosage is?
The 5-Phase Routine is one of my biggest secrets. It is the culmination of decades of experience and experimentation. I inherited some of this routine from my teachers, and later tweaked it myself based on my teaching experience.
I’m a lot like most Americans. I live in the suburbs. I work 60-70 hours per week. I have student loans and credit card bills. I empty the dishwasher and walk the dog. But unlike most Americans, I live a stress-free life.
Early on in my training with Grandmaster Wong, I noticed that some students accomplished in 10 months what it took other students took 10 years to accomplish. I’ve always been fascinated by efficiency, so I wanted to find out how they did it. Of course, I also wanted to be one of them.