By Azriel ReShel originally posted on Upliftconnect.com What the Merging of Spirituality and Science means for you “In every culture and in every medical tradition before ours, healing was accomplished by moving energy.” – Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Biochemist and Nobel Prize Winner. For centuries the ancient wisdom keepers and healers in several traditions … [Read more...] about Science Finally Proves Meridians Exist
On fridays I would like to add video and audio interviews here to the Qigong Journal which either help us with our practice or give us some food for thought over the weekend... This first one is an interview with Dr. Roger Jahnke that took place at Mind Body Week in 2011 where he was the keynote speaker Enjoy the interview with Dr. Jahnke … [Read more...] about Qigong Interview with Dr. Jahnke
Here's a inteeresting post from the Urban Taoist about pollution and our Chi Kung practice... This is a very important topic that a lot of us probably don't pay attention to that often even though we may be practicing in parks and backyards in large cities Does urban … [Read more...] about Pollution and Health
Depression is not easily understood by many. If you're not suffering from depression, more often than not, you simply see it as something very insignificant that the sufferer only have to "snap out of it and get on with his life" for things to start going back to normal. However, for people who are suffering from this mood disorder, life can be pretty difficult. How to Spot … [Read more...] about Can Acupuncture Treat Depression?
Whether it's a small corner in a room at your house or a picture perfect natural setting the space you choose to practice qigong has a direct influence on you. Take note on where you practice. Is it the same place where you recently had a disagreement? Maybe your practicing in a area that's normally a workspace. What happens to your practice if you instead go to a park or … [Read more...] about Qigong Space