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  1. Wild Goose Qigong Class

    Scotty Yeah Michigan is a little far. Of all the Wild Goose Qigong Resources, I would suggest Michael Tse dvd(1-3) as they cover the 1st 64 of the Kunlun Dayan System. Though there are many resources on the web, it seems that Tse's movement is the clearest. What I have learned, during my studyof Wild Goose Qigong, is the importance of stimulating or relating to the acupressure points and moving from the waist, and online I often see muddy movement that lacks proper connection. Michael Tse studied with Yang Mei Jun and his movement is clear. Enjoy your practice If you are ever in NYC, check out Adam Wallace- Good Dayan Qigong teacher
  2. Wild Goose Qigong Class

    Thanks for the welcome Scotty It would probably be easier to create your own qigong system Where are you located?
  3. Energy Healing and Self-Protection

    松永道', When we give good food in return for rotten or moldy food, we need to do the dishes. When we study Qigong healing, its like cooking, our first dish is not Peking Duck but something more like gai lan(a simple vegetable dish) In other words, until we have developed enough 'Wok Qi', it would be safer to not have any dinner guests. Though some practioners believe that we do not take on negative Qi while providing treatments, most healing disciplines believe we do. With that in mind, not only do you need a well charged battery to start treatments but also a clear method that helps ' wash up' after the treatment has been completed. This energetic shower should be done just after the treatment has been completed and thus greatly decreases the practitioner's susceptability to stress or illness, namely that of the patient. In my experience, the simplest method is ma bu zhuang. However when in doubt, the best person to ask is your Sifu. As time allows, stand for a while and all will become clear Best regards Kunlun shan
  4. Wild Goose Qigong Classes

    Sheng Zhen, Hello. As Franklin said, Soaring Crane and Dayan/Wild Goose Qigongs have no official relationship as Soaring Crane was created in the 1970's and Wild Goose Qigong was created during the Jin Dynasty some 1800 years ago. Though I am unfamiliar with the work of Pang He Ming, I can only deduce, given Xing Shen Zhuang's pinyin name(without the tones possible Skill or Clear Spirit Standing), that his work consisted of many standing postures(Please correct me if I am inaccurate in my thoughts) Wild Goose Qigong is a system that consists of 72 forms or healing methods and has been popular in China since Yang Mei Jun made it publicly available. Franklin's mention of the similarities found in the 1st 64 and Soaring Crane is not suprising since, Qigong systems with long histories are often chosen for borrowing information. This is evident in the videos that Franklin posted, eventhough the 1st 64 movement is not very clear. We saw this again in Falun Gong in its borrowing of old Buddhist qigong exercises, though it did not give credit where credit was due, and we will continue to see this 'borrowing' in 'new qigong' systems as they are born. Though I feel as if I may have not answered your question, I only study Wild Goose Qigong and so I am not able to offer a more educated answer When in doubt, stand for a while and all is clear Best regards Kunlun shan
  5. Wild Goose Qigong Classes

    Bo li cha- Puerrh Cha? cantonese-mandarin Though I do not have a great affinity for puerrh cha, I was fortunate to find some very high quality Puerrh while in Chengdu. I drink it infrequently, as it is 11+years old and not easy to acquire. I prefer it Gong Fu style in a gai wan, as opposed to a Gong fu pot. Bao zhongs are nice But my favorites are the Fall picked, lightly oxidized(3-7%) Tie Guan Yins from Anxi Fujian Province We are lucky that the Monks had so much extra time that they decided to develop and cultivate tea. Anything to stay awake during those long meditations, Eh? Tea was probably one of the rare items that Yan di consumed that was not poison! Drink tea and be merry
  6. Wild Goose Qigong Classes

    Hello I recently found this website during some searches. It is good to find an environment with so many people studying so many different things. I am starting a new Wild Goose Qigong Class in Seattle University Heights Community Center 5130 University Way NE Seattle Begins November 5th, 2008 Wednesday nights 7:00-8:00pm For more information visit http://www.teachstreet.com/seattle-wa/qigo...g/cl-24fr8tfgbk or for general info, visit www.qimagazine.com Anxi Tie Guan Yin , anyone? Gong fu cha for all
  7. Wild Goose Qigong Class

    Thanks Mal I appreciate the welcome as well as the helpful information. I look forward to making use of this forum
  8. Wild Goose Qigong Class

    Hello I recently found this website during some searches. It is good to find an environment with so many people studying so many different things. I am starting a new class Wild Goose Qigong Class in Seattle University Heights Community Center 5130 University Way NE Seattle Begins November 5th, 2008 Wednesday nights 7:00-8:00pm For more information visit http://www.teachstreet.com/seattle-wa/qigo...g/cl-24fr8tfgbk or for general info, visit www.qimagazine.com Anxi Tie Guan Yin , anyone? Gong fu cha for all