Why and how you can have it all

When practicing a complete routine it is based on the unity of contradictions:

Yin and Yang - in complete balance
Yin and Yang – in complete balance
  • Yin  and Yang
  • movement and stillness
  • emptiness and fullness of breath
  • strength and grace
  • forwards and backwards
  • upwards and downwards
  • left and right
  • where there is high there is low
  • energy in and out
  • excitement and restraint of the central nervous system
  • raise and lower
  • pull and push

Ten points of  Qigong  activity that affects the nervous system

  1. relaxing the top of the head
  2. withdrawing the chest whilst strengthening the back
  3. relaxing the waist

    "In motion like the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers"
    “In motion like the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers”
  4. distinguishing between fullness and emptiness
  5. dropping the shoulders and elbows downwards
  6. using intention rather than strength
  7. making the upper and lower parts of the body move in harmony
  8. coordinating the interior and exterior
  9. moving in a continues way
  10. seeking stillness in movement

Main benefits to you:

    • helps to relieve your stress levels
    • your general health improves
    • slows your physiological aging process
    •  prevents you from being susceptible to  disease
    • stills both your mind and body
    • emphasizes relaxation
    • your responses will be sharper
    • your energy levels will increase
    • your nervous system will be strengthened
Its form is like a hawk seizing a rabbit
Its form is like a hawk seizing a rabbit

“Its form is like a hawk seizing a rabbit,
Its spirit is like a cat catching a mouse,
Its stillness is like a mountain peak,
In motion like the Yangtze and Yellow rivers.”

Wu Yuxiang (1812 – 80)

 

Master Zhao and Margie Hare on the Snowy Mountain in China - Stillness of a mountain Peak
” In stillness it is like a mountain peak.” Master Zhao and Margie Hare on the Snowy Mountain in China.

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