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  1. See title. Only things I can find on the internet are seminars that don't exist anymore.
  2. So, as I read more and more qigong books, I see all kinds of exercises I can do. It's got me wondering what kinds of exercises I can do back-to-back. Like, if in a gym workout, you can do chest, back, legs. Can I do the same kind of thing with qigong? Like do micro/macro orbit. Then do transport training. End with something else. Anyone got qigong training regimes like this? I'm curious what one looks like.
  3. I'm a follower of Dr. Yang as well. My understanding is that you store qi in the winter time just by bundling up and staying warm, and regulating your sexual activities to a minimum. I live without heating, and so when (not very often in the winter) I do still qigong I'll pile blankets on top of me. Also, doing the orbits, by themselves, helps to build up qi. So, just keep doing it and you'll get it.
  4. Yeeeeeeaaaaahhhhhh. Sorry. I missed a verb. I corrected it. The title is "How can I tell if I'm DOING Yang Jwing-Ming's Body Breathing Correctly.
  5. He doesn't give very much of a description at all of it in any of his books. Just that I'm breathing in and out with my entire body and deeply enough that the qi is reaching the marrow and internal organs. It sounds like something I should be able to feel, but I don't. I'm quite adept at leading my qi to whereever I want, but doing everything at once I can't tell if I am or not. The exercise just feels like a standard meditation. Most I get is a vague feeling of growing and shrinking or something moving in and out of my entire body. Not sure which is the right feeling or if I should be feeling something like that the whole time. Anyone got guidance? Or more specific instructions?
  6. Like, how do you know when it has been "achieved" and you can move onto Grand Circulation? When I do it, I can feel the qi moving from spot to spot. And there was even a time where I could really feel it going and it created a white flash in my mind. Though, that hasn't happened since. How do I know when I can move on to Grand Circulation?
  7. In Yang JwingMing's book, he mentions martial artists being able to achieve small and large circulation through their training. But I'm not sure if he's talking about them doing this through Da Mo's arm waving wai dan exercises or if it's through punching and kicking, and calisthenics instead. I can martial arts forms and calisthenics making qi move to the limbs. In Root of Qigong he says that qi follows thought. To prove this, and qi's existence he says to imagine pushing a table down. Qi soon moves to the hands, making them warm. So, I think "What if you are actually pushing?" If you're doing pushups, wouldn't that be moving qi to the arms? Also, compare Da Mo's arm exercises to martial arts forms. In Da Mo's exercises, you are imagining, or slightly clenching and relaxing the fists to move qi to the arms. In martial arts, you are actually clenching the fists everytime you punch and relaxing before and after doing so. So, wouldn't martial arts and calisthenics achieve grand circulation?
  8. So, there a boatload of physical signs showing deficient kidney qi (bags under the eyes, sexual dysfunctions) what are the physical signs that someone's kidney qi is not only normal, but strong and abundant? I am not looking for answers like: more energy, strong, or other generalizations. I want to know some physical signs. Things you can see.
  9. Hi. Just some guy here. I practice QiGong, and created an account to ask questions. So, expect questions.