What is Qigong? – Part 1 – Simon Blow Qigong


What is Qigong? – Part 1 Simon Blow Qigong

Qigong (pronounced Chi-Gong) is the ancient art of longevity developed over 6000 years ago in China.

Qi (Chi) is the energy of the body that travels through the network of meridians and connects with the energy of the universe.

According to the ancient Daoists, the whole universe has some element of Qi. It can be translated as vital energy, breath or energy of life. Gong (Kung) is a term that describes the work that is required to achieve a skill; Gong can also be translated as training, mastery, or self-discipline.

When we have a blockage of Qi or the pathway is disturbed this can cause sickness (both physical and emotional) and eventually shortness of life.

Qigong is a conscious practice where each individual takes personal responsibility to balance and harmonize their vital energy – reducing stress, increasing health and vitality as well as developing

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6P-7scEA7M

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About Simon Blow Qigong

Since 1992 Simon has been working full-time with the Life Force energy to increase health and longevity and to help inspire people. He offers a range of classes, talks, workshops and retreats as well as leading study tours to China aimed at giving people the opportunity of cultivating their internal energies. From his vast experience Simon has become a notable author about the Chinese healing arts as well as a producer of DVDs and meditation CDs.
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