Happy Fun Qi Gong – Part 2

Happy Fun Qi Gong – Part 2

**This article originally appeared as “Happy Fun Qigong.”Qi Journal, Vol. 25, No 3, Autumn 2015.** By John Voigt Qi-Balling 1. Sensing qi. Another fun and seemingly magical gymnastic is to have the group rub their hands together, then have them pretend...
Spirituality and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Spirituality and Traditional Chinese Medicine

By John Voigt The key character in the Chinese word “spiritual” is shen (神). This image from West Learns East From the Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine: If you have shen, you will progress towards health. If you lose your shen, you will lose your life. [1]...
Qi Gong for Weight Loss – One

Qi Gong for Weight Loss – One

By John Voigt Before commencing this or any other weight loss program consult with your appropriate healthcare providers. If any procedures in this article cause any mental or physical discomfort stop doing them and see a professional healer. If you have had or have...
What is Qi?

What is Qi?

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP Qi is a huge and complex subject, and one that is central to Chinese medicine theory. Qi is a difficult concept to explain because it is difficult to measure, and impossible to see. To the Chinese, it is a given. It is the very force that...
Contributor Vincent Pratchett’s New Book The Raven’s Warrior Chosen for 2014 World Book Night List

Contributor Vincent Pratchett’s New Book The Raven’s Warrior Chosen for 2014 World Book Night List

Chinese Medicine Living friend and contributor Vincent Pratchett – a full time firefighter, martial artist and new author, made the front page of the Toronto Star today as his first novel – The Raven’s Warrior has been chosen for 2014’s World...
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