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  1. Eric Isen consultation

    Very valid points. You have given me a lot to think about. Thank you. Thanks also for the heads up about sleeping qigong. Again, something to look into.
  2. Eric Isen consultation

    All of these are on my list, and I like all of them. I learned Fragrant Qigong with John Dolic's DVD's and had some interesting email correspondence with him. Pangu Shengong I learned the Moving and Non Moving forms with their correspondence course. I've dabbled with Flying Phoenix. I'm also aware that if I go with FP. Then realistically I would expect to build it up to 40m twice a day. I've heard of sleeping qigong and I have no experience with it. Over the years I have practiced many systems. Hopping from one to another and never really settling on one for a large amount of time. After reading posts on this forum mentioning Eric, I wanted to see if he could diagnose a good system for me to practice.
  3. Eric Isen consultation

    Thank you for your input. I know that ideally I would prefer to practice between 20-30 minutes once or twice a day. I prefer relaxed and healing practices. The systems I was going to run by Eric are all systems I like practicing. The trouble is I do jump from one to another, and I'd rather not mix forms. I'm looking for help in choosing a practice I will commit to for the first 3 months of 2020. So my consultation with Eric would be for (as you wrote in your first post) the mystical backing.
  4. Eric Isen consultation

    I am going to contact Eric Isen and book a consultation with him. I go from one qigong system to another and I'd like to stick with one if possible. I was going to give a list of systems that I'm interested in, and at the same time be open to any different suggestions he makes. How much information does he need? If its online lessons, would the url help. If its DVD's would the name of the DVD's help.? So for example if it was Flying Phoenix, would I list FP or would I list the DVD's (Vol1, 2 and 5)? If it was Zhineng Qigong, would I list Zhineng or do do I need to list the specific schools ie Wisdom Healing, Chilel etc?
  5. robert peng yi jin jing

    You're welcome @liminal_luke Even though I couldn't find any reviews I have signed up for it. His reputation alone is more than good enough to take a chance on this.
  6. robert peng yi jin jing

    Seen that. Thanks. I've got a couple of his courses. I like his style. I like Udemy. They have some really good courses. Check out Vimeo - there are some good courses there as well.
  7. robert peng yi jin jing

    I'm looking for some reviews of robert peng's yi jin jing 14 week online course. Has anyone gone through the course?
  8. The Magus of Seattle

    Its meant to link to the UK. That's where I live.
  9. The Magus of Seattle

    Looking forward to it. It arrives on Wednesday.
  10. The Magus of Seattle

    @Starjumper The book is now live on Amazon UK. Do you know if this is the latest version? Amazon link
  11. Potent Systems

    Yes, this topic is always alive. It ebbs and flows, jut like life :-) I would certainly be interested in your reply.
  12. Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong

    If its the form by Master Wu, you can get a copy here. http://www.masterwu.net/MasterWuShamanicTigerQigong.html
  13. Pangu Shengong distance healing

    Hi @Fa Xin, My question is about step 3 (head) in the NMF. I have been practicing step 3 as a ball of light that completely fills my head, and then I rotate this head shaped ball of light as instructed. Is this correct? Did you learn the Condensed form in person or over skype?
  14. Pangu Shengong distance healing

    @Fa Xin Do you practice the Non-moving form? If so, I've got another question.
  15. Potent Systems

    @tao stillness Which Garripoli DVD is Master Duan's Wuji Qigong on? - Thanks