If you still think that qigong can’t be learned online, then you’re wrong. The truth is that online learning works amazingly well for an art like qigong. Here are 9 reasons why…
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It’s not easy to explain qigong to people. This 97-second video explains it better than most of my previous efforts…
I did this for you. For all of you — all 213,370 of you who visited my website this year….
Steve Jobs was crazy. “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world,” he said, “are the ones who do.” I’m no Steve Jobs, but I guess I’m crazy too. I’m crazy enough to think that I can change the world with qigong. Here’s how I will do it.
There’s no question that daily practice is the key to success with qigong, tai chi, and any meditative art. But many people fail to practice because they don’t understand the art of learning. They think that mistakes are a mistake!
“Can you also direct the qi to your feet?” he asked. Mark was a new student in my studio. He told me that he had read a few books on qigong and tai chi. But his first week in the studio was an eye-opener. He was loving the experience.
On May 31st, I locked up my qigong and tai chi studio for the last time. As I returned the keys to the landlord, my eyes were not dry. For the last 9 years, the Flowing Zen Studio in Gainesville Florida has been my baby, my mission, my everything. With little more than a dream, I somehow managed to build one […]
In this edition: How long does it take to feel qi? What diet do you recommend for qi cultivation? Can I learn qigong basics on my own? Which bourbon is the best?….
I haven’t published anything in a long time. I’m sorry. I missed you. Despite my silence, I’ve been pretty busy behind the scenes. I’m back now, and I’m ready to tell you all about the things I’ve been up to this year, as well as the exciting things I’ve got planned for next year. So […]
If we look back through history, we find that Qigong masters had certain skills — like being able to tap Qi from the Cosmos, direct the Qi to any part of their body, or even project Qi outside of the body.
“Okay. I’ll just come out and ask a stupid question,” she said innocently. “What the heck is a blog anyway?” This came from the mouth of a 76-year-old woman. She has been a dedicated Qigong student of mine for several years, but she’s not terribly keen on the whole technology thing.
“Sifu, what do you do all day?” a student recently asked me. “After all, you only teach a few hours in the evenings. Do you have another job?” I’m sure she meant well. But I actually laughed out loud in response. If I had been sipping a glass of milk, I would have surely snarfed […]
Students love thinking that their teacher is the best, and teachers love to encourage this. Sometimes it’s true. But more often, it’s not. How can you tell the difference?