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  1. Flying Phoenix Chi Kung

    Thanks sifu, that is very helpful to know. And you absolutely correct about the chiropractic angle. An osteopath once unlocked my pelvis and it made a big difference! By the way, would Monk holding Pearl also be suitable for unblocking the sacral chakra (the next chakra above the root chakra)?
  2. Flying Phoenix Chi Kung

    Which FPCK meditation(s) is most suited for unblocking a blocked root chakra?
  3. Flying Phoenix Chi Kung

    Thanks a lot! I will try to find the time to begin practicing some of the FP meditations then, as they seem really good from the feedback on this forum.
  4. Flying Phoenix Chi Kung

    Earl Grey, do you happen to also know if FP can be practiced complimentary to sleeping qigong as thought by John Dolic, or would be contraindicated?
  5. Flying Phoenix Chi Kung

    Spicyfood, are you doing all the standing meditations on the Vol.1 DVD, or just selected ones? The same question for the sitting meditations.
  6. My experience with Spring Forest Qigong

    Could you elaborate what or who exactly is meant by "master" in SFQ? Is it Chunyi himself? Or is some abstract concept?
  7. Spring Forest Qigong

    Any practical tips on how to reach full lotus some day? Or does it just happen one day with regular SFQ practice? What does Master Lin suggest?
  8. Thanks! Very interesting. I tried fragrant qigong for about 6 months (twice a day) and it didn't do much for me. But I know some people have had good results with it. I hope you will too.

    @skywalker What do you mean by the "secret method" of wild goose qigong?
  10. Physical signs that your practice is working

    I was wondering if you could direct me to more info about this moon/sun breathing please? Which qigong system does this come from? Thx
  11. It's been years since this thread has been updated. Is anybody still practicing Celestial Qigong/Nei kung? Any updated experiences or insights? Thx
  12. Waist qigong

    Thank you very much!
  13. Waist qigong

    Thanks a lot, I'll definitely check that out. I don't know this book, but it looks promising. Thanks for the suggestion. The problem is that where I live (out it in the nowhere in northern Italy), I'm not sure if I will be able to find such a practitioner. Here there are many that took just a weekend course and then offer their services in alternative practices, although not qualified at all. But I'll definitely check it out, thanks.
  14. Waist qigong

    I was wondering if there is a qigong system which specifically focused on the waist/stomach area? I am not interested in it for losing a belly, etc. but rather for releasing abdominal tension which I suffer from and do not know how to release it. It causes me breathing problems. I have tried stomach smashing, but that only makes it worse. The other day I was reviewing a dvd by michael tse on wild goose qigong and he briefly mentions that people forget how important it is to release the waist. Unfortunately, wild goose does not specifically focus on stomach tension. Any ideas (besides deep abdominal breathing)? Thx