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.
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Everyone wants more willpower. More, more, more! And there’s nothing better for willpower than qigong…
“If I could smile from the heart, then I wouldn’t be so !@#$%& depressed!” I didn’t say it out loud, but I thought it really loud. I had traveled thousands of miles to learn from a world-renowned qigong master, and I was desperate to feel better.
In this edition: Why so many forms?…How long does it take to see results with depression and anxiety?…How can I practice tai chi in a small space?…How can I feel qi?…How do I have no thoughts?…How do you know what to train?…
I haven’t had a cigarette in 10 years. Not one puff. Today is a big milestone for me. I like to write, so this post is my way of celebrating. You can celebrate with me by reading along.
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.
Are you eager to learn more about qigong, tai chi, and meditation? Are you struggling with discipline? Want to know more about the history and theory of these arts? Then ask questions, grasshopper! The human brain functions better when using questions. All teachers know this. They know that presenting information is only half the battle. Maybe less than half the battle. […]
There’s something magical about going on a Kung Fu adventure to find a spot to practice, especially at dawn…
If you struggle with motivation, then take a lesson from Inigo Montoya and find your 6-Fingered Man.
When I lived in New York, I enjoyed getting up early to go practice Qigong in the city parks. At dawn in parks all over New York, something magical (and often amusing) happens.
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.
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?