A few months ago I did an interview with my friend Aditya, who runs a super-popular wellness podcast on iTunes.
But of course I’m a dummy and I forgot to share the link with you. Oops!
Let’s change that right now!
Or watch the video here:
Here are the show notes:
3:00- Intro: Sifu Anthony Korahais
4:10- What is your favorite inspirational quote and how do you apply it to your day-to-day life?
5:45- Starting from the beginning of your story– how did Qigong save your life?
8:15- What are the factors that created your state of depression?
10:00- How did you discover Qigong?
13:50- What is Qigong and why is it so effective?
15:20- How did you find a teacher? Where did you go first to find a teacher?
18:30- Where did your quest to find a teacher take you?
19:59- Speaking more about depression and the yin and yang of it.
22:00- Discuss Chinese Medicine and how qigong fits into it.
27:00- Is Qigong practiced the same way in China as it is in the West?
29:15- What are meridians and what is their significance?
30:50- How exactly does Qigong help reduce stress?
39:30- Can Qigong cure chronic immune disorders or challenges?
41:30- Can it help someone who has seizures-psychogenic? Will it help an underactive thyroid?
42:12- Talk to us about your new RV journey.
46:15- What is the most difficult part of your current lifestyle? What’s the best part?
49:00- What does Qigong tell us about running a business? Does Qigong help?
52:07- Is there a quick technique you could teach us today?
1:00:23- Talk to us about a time of a major life challenge or difficulty: how did you go through it and what steps did you take to come out of it?
1:03:54- In one sentence, what is one major life lesson that you’d like to share?
1:05:40- How much do you listen to your inner voice? Do you act in accordance with your intuition?
1:07:00- What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
1:07:30- If you could turn back time and spend one hour with someone who is currently living or maybe dead, who would that be?
1:08:00- What is one thing you do in the morning or maybe even in the evening before sleeping that has improved the quality of your life?
1:08:30- If you could recommend one book what would it be?
1:11:00- Tell us one thing that you’re grateful for and how we can find you on-line. Best regards, Sifu Anthony I’m Anthony Korahais, and I used qigong (pronounced "chee gung") to heal from clinical depression, low back pain, anxiety, and chronic fatigue. Today, I'm the director of Flowing Zen, an international organization with students in 48 counties. I've been teaching qigong since 2005, I've served on the board for the National Qigong Association, and I’ve helped thousands of people to use qigong for their own stubborn health challenges. If you're ready to get started with qigong, there's no better way than my best selling book, which comes with free videos and meditations. The sooner you read my book, the sooner you can start healing! Click here to see my book on Amazon.
Great interview, great experience! Great inspiration ! 🙏
Jamie yee says
This interview hit home. the candor and context spoke to me. Life is as Krishna reveals to Arjuna in the bhagavadgita — is an indescribable incomprehensible, sometimes searing exuberance. Your description of your journey and evolution, the unblinking look at ups and downs of life inspires. your ending quote speaks volumes – the load doesn’t get lighter, but the back can get stronger. spot on. thanks.
Sifu Anthony Korahais says
Glad it was helpful!