Qigong practices can be classified as martial, medical, or spiritual.
All styles have three things in common: they all involve a posture, (whether moving or stationary), breathing techniques, and mental focus.
Some practices increase the Qi; others circulate it, use it to cleanse and heal the body, store it, or emit Qi to help heal others
Practices vary from the soft internal styles such as Tai Chi; to the external, vigorous styles such as Kung Fu.
However, the slow gentle movements of most Qigong forms can be easily adapted, even for the physically challenged and can be practiced by all age groups.
Chi energy, better known as qì or ch’i, by practitioners and students, is a force meant to describe that which gives life.
It is the equivalent of what some in the West would call soul or spirit, and others may simply call energy.
In the popular science fiction film, “Star Wars”, it is known as “the force”. To Hindus it is referred to as prana, to native American Indians, the great spirit.
It is the power that powers all of life.
In this incredible video, you can watch an actual Qi gong master demonstrate this power:
The video is extraordinary!
What this healer talks about is something that almost seems to resonate with our deeper selves within, as if it represents hidden esoteric knowledge, but at the same time there is doubt, and this video is resisted by our conditioned prejudices that are rooted in the world.
Below is another incredible video from another Qi Gong practitioner:
History is a mystery and almost seems as though it is intentionally being hidden from the human race.
What if it’s because we are far more powerful than we had ever been led to believe? What if there are external forces threatened by the prospect of that power?
Inspired by a post published on EWAO