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  1. Kong jin

    There are several styles that use the term Kongjin. From martial arts to medical Qigong. Regarding martial arts, the theme is well known and several styles talk about this possibility. What I know best is qigong, and its application for health purposes, promoting the unimpeded circulation of energy in the meridians. There is even a style of qigong called kongjin. It should be noted that many of the styles that promote this type of energy mastery originated from the dissemination made by the master Que A Shui 18th generation, successor of Neijin Yizhichan (aka one finger zen). One of this master's disciples was Huang Renzhong who made some modifications and gave rise to the Kongjin Qigong style. Another of his disciples gave rise to the well-known Shibashi qigong style. Both the Neijin Yizhichan and Kongjin schools are present in several countries, and in their later stages one learns to project energy into the meridians of patients. There are several videos on youtube showing the involuntary movement of patients when receiving this type of energy. Hope this helps
  2. Waitankung

    Hi, Found some interesting articles: For Health Videos (in Spanish), explaining the complet session):
  3. Hello Escott, My experience with Zhineng Qigong was also not a conclusive one. Would lik to try Fragrant Q. but it has many restrictions. Also practiced Shibashi , Wuji and the Zhang Zhuan system of Yiquan.Concerning Shibashi ,IMHO the Udemy course by Des Lawton the best there is Nowadays, by necessity, I needed a more healing oriented Qigong. I found Hunyuan Q. to be very easy to practice but also very profound; like Zhineng it also makes use of Huyuan chi. You can find lot of detailed information online (books, DVD's, online courses). If you need more information send me a message.
  4. Tai Chi Master online?

    Hello, Sifu Torben Bremann I have been enjoying his course very much: It follows the lineages of masters Huang Xiangxian and Sam Tam
  5. Cultivating Qi

    Does anyone knows more details about the practice shown in this video? Perhaps it is the translation but the instruction is a bit confuse and I would like to know more. It seems to be a fairly simple technique
  6. Fragrant qi gong has saved my life

    Hi, Thank you Toni. Recently having had some health issues, I am thinking of taking his course. I seems in the West John Dolic is the one who have more knowledge about the style.
  7. Fragrant qi gong has saved my life

    Hello, Where did you learn Fragrant Qigong?
  8. For those interested in the Western hermetic tradition, I would like to draw attention to the work of a very little-known author: Louis Cattiaux, and his magistal work: "(The Message Rediscovered or the Clock of God’s Night and Day)." (You can read about L. Cattiaux here: The book has more than 5000 aphorisms that deal only with the regeneration of the fallen man and his exit into the light and it is a living and true experience of the author. The beautiful symbols and images that pervade the book are mystical and alchemical in nature but apparently not in the usual sense. The book would have been lost and unknown if is was not the effort made by his disciples Emmanuel d’Hooghvorst, and Charles d'Hooghvorst, Emmanuel’s younger brother, whom he met in May 1949. Cattiaux transmitted the oral tradition that accompanies the book and which has always been the same through the ages to the two brothers. Emmanuel d’Hooghvorst, who died in 1999 was the living embodiement of the hermetic tradition. ('Hooghvorst). About external alchemy, IMO, first you have to receive the "donum Dei" and through the union of heaven and earth one starts the transformation within oneself until the final achievement of the golden immortal body. The lab work it is a final and mysterious path that I do not know much about it, but according to the oral tradition you have to have receive the first matter or the matter of the pure life from heaven or from a good friend to be able to start the external path. What Louis Cattiaux have rediscovered seems to be a path that is between the two "extremes" of a pure psychological and a pure lab mineral research. Sorry for my bad english.
  9. Hello, Can someone please translat a brief summary of the exercise and what is about? Thank you in advance Antonio
  10. 达摩先天功 Damo/Bodhidharma's Xian Tian Gong

    Hello, A video of the 16 exercises: Slower version: Faster version:
  11. Hua Shan Healing Qigong

    Hello, Qigong Shibashi is one of the styles I practice. Recently I found on their website a new course: Hua Shan healing qigong. I was quite curious and ended up buying the course. First impressions: It's a qigong style quite different from all the others I've practiced; It seems closer to a pranayama practice than qigong itself. Most of the exercises starts with a strong abdominal inspiration and then the movements are practiced maintaining the air pressure (qi) in the abdominal region. The curious thing is that in two or three of the exercises, where this qi or air is supposed to move to other locations, to my surprise the feeling is real. For example, in move the qi to the Bai hui or make the microcosmic orbit, I had never felt anything special in these practices, but here the feeling is very sharp. I have just finished learning all the exercises. Another feeling is that at the end of the practice I feel quite energized and with the feeling that the stale air was really expelled from the lungs and toxins from the body. I would like to hear the opinion of others who have also begun to practice this system.
  12. Tai Chi Ruler

    Hello. At some point he does some shaking movements with the ruler. Can you tell me something about it? Thanks
  13. Tai Chi Ruler

    Watch from 56:00. Some new exercises:
  14. Tai Chi Ruler

    Hello, Found this online :
  15. Hello to All

    No offense at all. Everyone is entitled to his opinion. As I said, I have just started the practice so I do not have yet enough experience to say much about it. I will PM you If you don't mind. The word wuji can refer to two types of practice; the standing posture (Zhan Zhuang)like it is described in Elliot's book and a moving practice called wuji or primordial qigong. The authors you mentioned ( Jahnke, Bollo (could it be Rubbo instead?), Cohen and Winn) belong to the latest, isn't it ?