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Definition funny of Qigong:
Qigong (Qi-Gong, Chi Kung), literally "Skill in working with Qi", is an exercise founded in China that emphasizes slow, rhythmic movements, diaphragmatic (deep) breathing, proper body mechanics and flow of internal energy (Qi, Chi) to strengthen the body. Qigong has many "schools" or styles of practice, among them being martial, medical and spiritual, therefore it can be a mental and spiritual exercise as well as a physical one. Based upon Taoist philosophical principles of relaxation, meditation and balance, its benefits can be enjoyed by everyone from children to senior citizens. Characterized by slow, flowing movements, the Qigong practitioner focuses upon their body and mind, creating a type of moving meditation. A sister practice, Tai Chi (Taiji, Taijiquan, T'ai Chi Ch'uan), offers a martial art that uses Qi for effective, effortless self-defense.
The practice of Qigong helps you develop a better understanding of how your body and mind can work together.
Qi-Gong is the mental practice of the Shaolin Kung-Fu practioneers. They strengthen their mental energies 'Qi' Which comes from their Dan Tien. This energy they make strong enough, until they can use it to be able to take more dammage and do certain things like throw a needle and burst glass; or smack apart a big stick with their hand.
- "Hey yo, how did that Shao-something monk tear that big stick apart with his hand?" - "He practices Qi-Gong." - "Oh..."
Songs about Qigong:
Six Healing Sounds Qigong Meditation by Yinong Chong from the Album Six Healing Sounds Qigong Meditation
Heavenly Orbit Qigong Meditation by Simon Blow from the Album Heavenly Orbit
Piano Music with Water Sound (Relax, Qigong) by Piano from the Album Most Relaxing Music New Age Music Sounds of Nature Deep Sleep, Study, Massage, Baby Sleep, Yoga, Asian Zen Meditation Natural White Noise
Qigong by Technomind from the Album Qigong
Return to Nothingness Qigong Meditation by Simon Blow from the Album Return To Nothingness
Five Elements Qigong Meditation by Simon Blow from the Album Five Elements
Qigong Music by Wudang from the Album Qigong Music
Books about Qigong:
Qigong Meridian Self Massage - Complete Program for Improved Health, Pain Annihilation, and Swift Healing (Chi... by William Lee (Oct 9, 2014)
Qigong Massage for Your Child With Autism: A Home Program from Chinese Medicine by Louisa Silva and Anita Cignolini (Jun 15, 2011)
Qigong Meditation: Small Circulation by Yang Jwing-Ming (Apr 27, 2006)
Qigong Empowerment: A Guide to Medical, Taoist, Buddhist and Wushu Energy Cultivation by Master Shou-Yu Liang and Mr Wen-Ching Wu (Dec 1, 1996)
QiGong Illustrated by Christina Barea (Nov 24, 2010)
QiGong Movements for Legs and Feet by Mary Case and Richard Case (Jul 25, 2013)
Qigong Teachings of a Taoist Immortal: The Eight Essential Exercises of Master Li Ching-yun by Stuart Alve Olson (Jan 1, 2002)
Movies about Qigong:
Qigong Fundamentals for Beginners 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 1 min Directed by: Unavailable
Qigong Essentials: Eight Piece Brocades 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr Directed by: Jesse Tsao
Shaolin Qigong: Luohan 13 Forms 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 10 mins Directed by: Jesse Tsao
Qigong Essentials: Yi Jin Ching 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 22 mins Directed by: Jesse Tsao
Chinese Health Qigong: 5 Animal Frolics for Beginners 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 1 min Directed by: Jesse Tsao
Qigong Essentials: Six Healing Sounds 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 58 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Qigong Essentials: Five Animal Frolics 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 7 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Wiki information Qigong:
Qigong, chi kung, or chi gung is a practice of aligning body, breath, and mind for health, meditation, and martial arts training. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy, and martial arts, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate...
The Baduanjin qigong is one of the most common forms of Chinese qigong used as exercise. Variously translated as Eight Pieces of Brocade, Eight-Section Brocade, Eight Silken Movements and others, the name of the form generally refers to how the eight...