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Centre Yourself on Wholeness If all the scientists, analysts, and theorists disappeared today, Not one part of truth would be lost. If all the judges,lawyers, priests, holymen and prosecutors disappeared, Not one part of morality would be lost. If all the investors, speculators, bankers and brokers disappeared, not…
According to The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi : regular practice (of Tai Chi) leads to more vigor and flexibility, better balance and mobility, and a sense of well-being.
Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D. UT MD Anderson study finds qigong improves quality of life for breast cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy | MD Anderson Cancer Center. •
KID-1 YONGQUAN (Bubbling Spring)- Acupuncture/pressure point • Location On the sole of the foot, in a depression between the 2nd and 3rd metatarsal bones, at the junction of the anterior third and the posterior two-thirds of the sole. How to find Measure one third from the anterior border of the sole of the foot. PalpateContinue reading “Point of Interest”
Tai Chi (and therefore Qi Gong) Increases Brain Size. Scientists from the University of South Florida and Fudan University in Shanghai found increases in brain volume and improvements on tests of memory and thinking in Chinese seniors who practiced Tai Chi three times a week, reports an article published today in the Journal of Alzheimer’sContinue reading “Tai Chi Increases Brain Size and Benefits Cognition in Randomized Controlled Trial of Chinese Elderly | IOS Press”
Open Your Heart, Be the Change Pledge
• In North America we tend to focus on “the body” when we exercise and have a tendency to believe there is no gain that comes without pain. Our “external” approach to exercise ignores the “internal” deeper currents of our “being” based on a paradigm that does not fully acknowledge the interconnectedness of things includingContinue reading “Twelve Benefits of Qigong”
• Qigong: A Natural Way to Heal by Allison Brooks • Qigong is a natural wellness remedy that traces its roots back to ancient Chinese healing practices. The word Qigong is derived from “qi”, which means the body’s energy flow, and “gong”, which is the term used to describe four different actions that people undertake.Continue reading “Qigong: A Natural Way to Heal”
• Holistic by jurvetson • “I (William Bloom) recently published in the BHMA’s Journal of Holistic Health about the well-being debate. You may want to forward this article to your friends and colleagues who are interested in complementary medicine and its mainstream integration. REFRAMING THE WELL-BEING DEBATE – It’s Political not Scientific. Journal of HolisticContinue reading “A Thought Provoking Article on Reframing Well-Being”
10 Qigong basics for people with cancer | Qigong Arts Blog. Excellent resource!