Are you struggling to get the results that you deserve with qigong (or tai chi)? This post will help you to troubleshoot the problem.
There is a better way to make resolutions — a method based on the wisdom of the ancient Chinese masters who discovered qigong, acupuncture, and feng shui.
For years, I felt like a fraud. I’m often seen as someone oozing with willpower. After all, I’ve spent the last 25 years mastering several styles of kung fu, including various weaponry. But here’s the thing: I never felt like someone with willpower.
I’m done. I won’t ever make another New Year’s resolution. Never again. You should stop too. The way we make New Year’s resolutions is totally flawed. We are torturing ourselves needlessly, and we need to stop. Don’t get me wrong. The sentiment behind a New Year’s resolution is great.
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!