It’s not easy to explain qigong to people.
I should know. I’ve been trying to do it for over 20 years.
When I came back from my first trip to Asia, I was practically screaming from my New York rooftop.
“People, this stuff is uh-MAZE-ing!!!”
But when I tried to explain what it was, I struggled.
And honestly, I still struggle! Qigong is hard to explain using words.
I think I’m done with just words.
This 97-second video explains qigong better than most of my previous efforts. (Turn on the volume to hear the music.)
How did I do? Did I do a good job explaining qigong?
Let me know in the comments below, and please feel free to share the video if you need help explaining qigong to people!
Edit: Here are some of my previous attempts to explain qigong:
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