On this Summer Solstice Eve, our Qigong practice group focused on making a commitment to a daily practice. It's so difficult to fit one more thing into our busy lives, and new habits are hard to establish. But to get the true benefits of this healing art, it must become a part of your daily… Continue reading A Daily Practice
You just have to love paradoxes, which seem to be prevalent in trying to understand the chi field, God, the universe, energy, love. There are no shortcuts in qigong. And here are four of them. Inner Smile Haola Chant Wall Squats Any qigong practice you will do consistently because you love it. These are shortcuts… Continue reading No Shortcuts
Human beings have the skill, the ability, the instinct to visualize, to imagine, to create. This ability is used in many aspects of modern life. For example, athletes contemplate their perfect performance, "programming" their bodies to respond not only to external practice but to internal visioning. Job seekers imagine answers to interview questions and practice them while… Continue reading Get The Picture?
Breathing is the rhythm of life. With our breath, we exchange energy with the universe. We open and receive, exhale and give. Our breath is the energetic exchange with the breath of the universe. This energetic exchange is the the foundation of life and the foundation of our qigong practice. In order to optimize this… Continue reading Breath
From concept to understanding... I love Neil deGrasse Tyson. I have heard at various times in my life that we are made of stardust, but when Neil deGrasse Tyson explains it, I think, yeah, that makes sense. Conceptually, I get it. But it wasn't until my Wisdom Healing Qigong retreat in October 2016 that I really… Continue reading We Are Stardust
You know how sometimes (or often) someone can articulate things just the way you wish you could have? My friend Cathy shared this blog post with me from Jonathan Fields. Here's an excerpt. I echo his thoughts completely "At least for now, a deeper voice is calling me to serve not by devoting myself to… Continue reading How I Move Forward With Love
As I prepare to begin my pilgrimage to the Santa Fe Chi Center, approaching my week-long retreat for certification as a Qigong teacher, I reflect on all the other journeys of this life, those we prepare for and those we are thrust into, those we choose and those that choose us. Right now, I feel… Continue reading The Journey
Wow. I've been doing the WH Qigong "Spinal Bone Marrow" movement for a few years now, and for all that time I didn't give any thought to my bone marrow–of course, I visualized my spine moving and flexing and filling with light–but I had neglected to consider the marrow, the inner wisdom, the vital work going on… Continue reading Have You Thanked Your Bone Marrow Lately?
We had an up close and personal experience with the vagus nerve last week. While in Reno fasting for a medical procedure, my husband fainted in the bathroom, lost consciousness for a minute or two and cut his head in two places. After paramedics arrived, he again lost consciousness, heart rate went to zero beats per eternity,… Continue reading What Happens in Vagus…
Healing Stories http://www.chicenter.com/Chi/HealingStories/ Qigong And Cancer Article Great Introductory Video to Wisdom Healing Qigong 1:37 Shorter Intro to WHQ (16 min) Miracles and Stress (4 min) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIRVZsNDc-Q Lachi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4JcTVd9Tv4 (10 min) Preliminary Practice Routine https://vimeo.com/60772947 Qigong Healing Dissolves Tumor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsqVEDK8WoE