wan qiang

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  1. Liu Da Dao

    Cheers very much for your reply. Yes ive read a few books on chigung and a few common themes have popped up such as a gradual progression from simply meditating to incorporating complicated breathing techniques. My main aim is to incorporate chigung healing in my practice as an acupuncturist, like hardcore qi healing, i just dont even know where to start or who to talk to .
  2. Liu Da Dao

    Hi Bumz. I'm fortunate enough to have been introduced to Chinese Medicine at a young age, 20. I'll keep it short, I have taken John Changs principle of just sit down and meditate. However i want to know more about the various schools of nei kung, i stumbled upon The Six Great Paths: Lei Shan Dao Jin Dan Dao Yang Shen Dao Tong Ling Dao Miao Tong Dao Sha Mian Dao And im curious if anyone can help me out with what they are and what they entail. I've also just been reading Warrior Sages by Kosta and im now confused, whats the difference between Qigong and Neikung?
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    I study Traditional Chinese Medicine at University but I want to see how far I can take it. I intend to melt the iceberg that is Tao and drink it thimble-ful by thimble-ful until I am enlightened. Wan Qiang