The videos on this channel survey a vast amount of topics. They are informational and very good for new students. Qigong is a "Umberella Term" that groups a multi-system tradition under the term "Qigong".
Qigong for Everyone
by qigonghealing on July 26, 2017 at 12:53 AM
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Grand Master Wong Kiew Kit is an expert in Shaolin Martial Arts of the South; as taught to him from his Masters. In this video he explains from his understanding how anyone can benefit from Qigong. One can be Christian, Muslim, Hindu no belief, Taoist or Buddhist. Visit his informative website @ http://shaolin.org/
Commentary: It very common although in Chinese tradition although that people of China follow "Three Traditions One Culture" guidelines. Which is simply the embracing of popular practice/belief systems. Chinese Culture is a melting pot of beliefs and traditions; many of the descriptions and terms used are by western scholars and really don't represent indigenous Chinese Culture.
The old ryme is "I have a Confucian Hat and have a Buddhist Heart and wear Taoist Robe".Throughout the ages what we call these cultivation arts such as "Taoist Qigong or even weirder Buddhist Qigong have been known throughout the ages by many names. They are simply body/mind cultivation skills for better health, mental outlook and personal enlightenment.
Kung Fu for Life
by qigonghealing on March 9, 2017 at 10:54 PM
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Kung Fu for Life
Zhang Hexian story will inspire to practice your Kung Fu for life. A practitioner for 9 decades, don't let Zhang Hexian's age fool you as the 94-year-old has a particular set of skills that make her a nightmare for thugs anywhere. The resident of Ninghai County in east China's Zhejiang Province has been practicing Chinese martial arts since she was four and through the years she has refined her skills with great diligence and effort to become affectionately known as "Kung Fu Grandma".
Regarded as "the village of martial arts," nearly everyone in the village where Zhang lives practices kung fu. As the eighth descendant of her family, Zhang learned kung fu under her father's instruction at the age of four and has continued to practice throughout nine decades. "My dad took me to sleep at that time. When we woke up in the morning, we started practicing kung fu in bed. I learned basic martial arts skills such as pushing palm and throwing a punch at an early age," said Zhang Hexian. Practicing kung fu has become a daily routine in Zhang's life.
Every morning, Zhang does kung fu exercises without feeling tired. Apparently she is in good health. "She wakes up very early and does physical exercises every morning. She usually runs around the village for morning exercise,"said Zhang's son Feng Chuanyin. Zhang recalled that she once fought against a bully when she was young. The bully was beating his wife when Zhang saw him. To uphold justice, Zhang grabbed his collar, ripped his shirt off and urged him to behave well.
Apart from being a deterrent to hooligans and ruffians, Zhang is also a warm-hearted woman willing to help others, which is one of the secrets of her longevity.
Chi Gong Documentary #1 Mystery of Chi
by qigonghealing on June 24, 2014 at 7:38 PM
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Bill Moyers & Dr. David Eisenberg; Documentary on Chi Gong several famous teachers are here such as Lao Shr: Wang Jin Huai, Lu Kuan Jun of Xi Yuan Hospital, Shi Ming. A great archival footage of Chi Gong during the days of the Full dimesnional Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) & Bio Energetic's throughout China.
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