Qigong for Chronic Illness and Cancer Care Patients – Introduction – Guigen Qigong

Qigong for Chronic Illness and Cancer Care Patients – Introduction – Guigen Qigong

Qigong is one of the branches of the holistic systems of traditional Chinese medicine. Qigong has been used as part of cancer patients treatment since ancient times as well as the present. Qigong self healing exercises help clear stagnation, heat and inflammation in the meridian system of the body allowing the cancer patients to increase health and longevity, release stress and anxiety and discover peace of mind.    

 

One of the most widely ask questions is can qigong cure cancer? Within traditional Chinese medicine practice, the practitioner treats the stagnation of Qi (Chi – Life Force Energy), not the illness!

Once the Qi function comes into balance, the patient will begin to heal themselves.

Guigen medical qigong for cancer patients has six different sections with gentle movements stimulating the Meridians, increasing the blood and the Qi flow helping to improve organ function.

Section 1: Holistic Regulation

Section 2: Earth Element – Spleen and Stomach

Section 3: Metal Element – Lung and Large Intestine

Section 4: Water Element – Kidney and Bladder

Section 5: Wood Element – Liver and Gall Bladder

Section 6: Fire Element – Heart and Small Intestine

Find out more about Qigong for cancer treatment and patient recovery 

Watch all the videos in this 13 Part Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEeQtNbznmIWz7Hv5h1c-SyPxcNQzsh2e

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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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