Five Energy Gates in Qigong – Part Two

  In the first article about Five Energy Gates in Qigong – Part One I was talking about some basics related to five main energy gates and about the first pair of these gates – Yongquan points, located on our feet. In general we use energy gates in Qigong to regulate the level of our body energy by absorbing a qi from our surrounding or by expelling the excess of heat from our body. Energy Read More…

Inner Hygiene or How I’ve Cleaned my Teapot

Teapot needs cleaning Today I had to clean our teapot. Teapot that me and Smiljana use every day. We don’t miss our tea ceremony, the same way we don’t miss Qigong. This tea ceremony, which is not traditional in some Chinese or Japanese sense, because we are usually not quiet, we don’t converse silently, we don’t have clay frog or turtle, on which we pour first brew of tea. We never throw away first spilling. Read More…

Is sensing Qi only a Placebo?

  What causes these feelings? Did you ever ask yourself what’s the reason for tingling? That itching in your hands, when you were laying a minute too long on your side and reading some incredibly interesting book and forgot about present time. And when you were again aware of verity your hand was all tingling. And your arm needs black cup of coffe Your mom and grandma and others who were taking care of you Read More…

Medical Qigong for Maintaining Health

  Qigong Categories The oldest today known evidence about the existence of Qigong skill (working with energy) is from the period about five thousand years B.C. Through the time many qigong styles and schools were developed. In order to understand qigong better it could be divided into four main categories based on their primary goal (Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming). The first category is Medical Qigong and the main goal of this group is maintaining health and Read More…