Sue D

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  1. Qigong - the less trod path

    Thanks to Michael for the welcome. I also resonate with the response from freeform, 'it's just what I do'. Something I want my students to believe but not so easy when in the groove of Western thought. Dipping into other posts, the degree of advanced experience in Daobums seems staggering. As does the access to gifted and high level teachers. Always hard to find the combination of skill and ability to teach and I wonder whether there is something lost in, say, the published material, where the ability to teach to a Western audience may have become paramount. Is there a middle ground between entirely enigmatic and over simplified? And, if so, how do you find it?
  2. Qigong - the less trod path

    Thanks for making your comment clear - and love your example of a positive older role model. Gosh, we all need qigong so much more as we get older. I wonder what you are practising - and what attracts you to it?
  3. Qigong - the less trod path

    Good to hear your thoughts on Zhixing! His teaching is getting better and better - although understanding him online is a little challenging. Did you do the running? Yes, I meant actual running. I'm a fan of the Damo Mitchell books but have never studied with him. I'm probably a bit old .. His podcasts are interesting, just started listening to them. Topical, earthy, informed. With good wishes
  4. Qigong - the less trod path

    Hello Daobums, just joining this forum after learning qigong for more than 10 years. I've looked at different 'styles' and teachers and my choice has been Zhixing Wang who teaches mainly in the UK. He calls his work Huagong, Hua indicating transformation I think. I find him excellent but there are still so many unanswered questions, hoping you experienced members can help me along the way! With all good wishes S