Every week, I receive emails asking me if qigong can help with a particular rare disorder. I’ve never heard of most of them. I do a lot of googling, but I don’t really need to…
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 […]
The good news is that it’s entirely possible to start healing your eyes — without surgery — so that you no longer need glasses.
Now here’s the bad news: It takes work. A lot of work.
If I hear one more person say that it’s “just the placebo effect,” I’m going to kick them right in the placebo.
For example: “How does qigong work? Is it just the placebo effect?”
It’s the word “just” that gets me angry.
I was in my 20s, I had a serious girlfriend, and there was no way in hell that qigong was going to work for me if I had to follow that crazy sex rule.