Being Aware of Lower Dan Tian

  When me and Smiljana teach Qigong, one of the first things that we repeat continually during practice, is to pay attention on a lower Dan Tian. With attention on a Lower Dan Tian you start your practice and you finish it. What is actually lower Dan Tian? Lower Dan Tian is an energy center which resides in the lower abdomen below the navel. This is a center which is at the same time physical Read More…

“Scientifically Proven” could be the New Religion

  If something is not scientifically proven it does not exist Expression I heard so many times during past few years is so strongly used in our western society and it is one of the major factors for something to be relevant, true, existing –  “scientifically proven”. These two words mark something that is supposed to be truth, something existing. Something that really is. If something isn’t scientifically proven it can not exist. Then if it Read More…

Tips to remember the sequence of Qigong exercises

Sometimes qigong beginners come to the teacher after only few classes of qigong saying: “Oh, this is too much. I can’t remember all exercises. And there are so many other things to be aware of.”  Nobody demands from beginner to learn everything at once. It is impossible. It is a long process in which practitioner develops various skills that at the starting point he doesn’t have yet. But it is not rare that people keep Read More…

Why daily Qigong routine?

  In our last video we were talking about how to start with daily Qigong routine. Somebody might ask: “But why should I do Qigong every day?” The best long term investment of our time Doing Qigong daily is the best long term investment of our time, with so high interests, that you can’t even imagine. You need to experience it. The words are empty and can’t describe it. It is the experience and feeling Read More…

Fundamental Stances in Qigong – The Way to Endurance, Patience and Alignment – Part two

(Continuation of a blog Fundamental Stances – Part One)   The persistent practice that pays off later Beginners are usually bored to practice fundamental stances. They would like to learn movements and techniques that are looking good and are dynamic and interesting. They don’t understand that what they are observing is the result of long work based on solid foundations. As stances are foundations it is worth to take our time and study them carefully, Read More…