Relaxation in Qigong #1

  What is Relaxation? Definition of the relaxation in the West For the beginning let’s see how a Western world in general defines relaxation.  Online Webster dictionary of English language defines a relaxation as a way to rest and enjoy yourself; as time that you spend resting and enjoying yourself; as something that you do to stop feeling nervous, worried, etc. You can conclude that people who every evening watch TV on the sofa and[…]

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Teachability and Qigong practice

  Learning Qigong seriously is a long way and brings many changes in your life, external and internal… What is one of the most important skills characteristic for people who are able to persist and progress on this way? In what ways they are different from others? These practitioners who persist on this path and are able to transform their Qigong practice into art, or better, into art of living, are usually highly teachable.  […]

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Striving for perfection and Qigong Practice

  The change of my mindset regarding the concept of perfection was one of many transformations which happened since I’ve been practicing Qigong, Nei Gong, exploring Daoist philosophy and also other internal arts concerning mindset and consciousness. So I’m happy to share with you this post which is not perfect from many perspectives (my English, clarity, style…) but reflects me in this moment. I enjoy writing and being able to share my thoughts with my[…]

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The role of Collective unconscious in Tong Ren therapy

  This post is the continuation of previous two posts about Tong Ren energy healing method.   Tong Ren therapy and Collective unconscious The theory of the collective unconscious is the basis for Tong Ren Therapy. Tong Ren has not been proven by any expert research and probably never will be. As science denies existence of such things as collective unconscious, self-aware energy fields etc. But these are the things that thoughtful Qigong practitioners think,[…]

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About Tong Ren and Qigong, and their capabilities – Continuing

  In the previous post About Tong Ren and Qigong, and their capabilities  I was writing about our encounter with this healing method. In this second part I will talk about its origin and about the basic principles of this method.   Tom Tam, a founder of Tong Ren healing therapy, on seminars usually describes his method with terms used in western scientific society. I guess he is trying to bring this healing art nearer[…]

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About Tong Ren and Qigong and their capabilities

  How it all started My story with Tong Ren healing begins when I was invited with my dear Smiljana to teach private Qigong lessons to a couple whose name I won’t mention here. We were invited to a beautiful home in the suburbia of Trieste in Italy, which is the biggest city in the area. We live, me and Smiljana,  just across the border in Slovenia, in a little Karst village. We were invited[…]

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How does a raw food influence our Qigong practice

  This is not a blog about why we eat a raw food and about our eating habits. Our purpose is only to share with you some experiences connected with a qigong practice that we had in the last year and half after we have transitioned on a raw food. Food Qi Qi that we get from the food presents considerable amount of energy which is necessary for effective function of our body and mind.[…]

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Does Energy of Destruction exist?

What if in certain moment it would make me happy that I broke or destroyed something? Something that was broken, just made me happy? And it would be like something was just freed out of me? What do I do with that? Everything has consciousness It depends on what was destroyed, or what did you destroy. Was that thing that was destroyed some kind of a functionality or value, that we people gave to some[…]

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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[…]

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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 coffee Your mom and grandma and others who were taking care of you[…]

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