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This man is interesting for people who are in Ving Tsun type or Yong Chuan Wushu.

The Qigong he based on is on Yin and Yang states and the different attention one keep

when practising Qigong. People with different states have to practise differently the same thing

to not suffere more imbalance.

He said to not put the intention on lower Dantien if one has Yin Defiancy but is useful on Yang Defiancy

and instead to put on Kidney 1 point.

For details listen yourself. He is quite interesting.

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All good stuff and all free.

There are people not a million miles away who repackage this stuff and then sell it on for silly money as their own 'course'.

That 'sounds' material is gold.

Someone we know sells a three- hour seminar on the sounds and charges £400 a ticket.

Cheeky sod!

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In Taoism and TCM there are Jing, Qi, Shen.

The Taoist cultivation is Jing to Qi to Shen.

Jing is Yin, Qi is Yang, Shen is more Yang. Actually Jing can be Yin or Yang, like Qi can be Yin or Yang. Yin and Yang are just attributes, they can be applied to anything. You can have a fire Yin like a match or a fire Yang like the sun. You can have a water Yin like a glass of water, or a water Yang like an ocean or a heavy rain. Because of that is confusing, no one here agrees which is Yin and which is Yang, which is Jing and which is Jin and which is Shen. By the way Shen means spirit.


In Ayurveda is much more clear, they speak of the same categories but is better explained.

You have Ojas, Prana and Tejas.


Ojas are the fluids and substances, they correspond to Water and Earth element. We are made from Earth and Water, our bones and tissues and muscles and blood are Earth and Water.


Prana is the air element, the oxygen from the air, the breathing function.


Tejas are the bioenergetic reactions inside the body, whic corresponds to the Fire element. Tejas produce fire and light and aura and spiritual energy.


Now if you have too much of each category, this means you have an imbalance (dosha)

Too much Earth and Water (Ojas) creates Kapha imbalance.

Too much Air (Prana) creates Vata imbalance.

Too much Fire (Tejas) creates Pitta imbalance.


Each imbalance dictates your personality and body type.

If you have a wide body with thick bones, gaining weight easy this is Kapha imbalance.

If you have a thin body with thin bones, with digestive problems this is Vata imbalance.

If you have a normal body, with constant weight with sleep problems this is Pitta imbalance.


There are more symptoms but in general this is true. Normally people are combinations of Kapha, Vata, Pitta which makes 8 energetical subtypes. there are K, V, P, KV, KP, VP, KP and VKP which is a perfect balance between them this subtype is very rare.


Same thing in TCM you have 8 energetical subtypes corresponding to the 8 extraordinary meridians.

You can have Yin deficiency, yang deficency, Yin/Yang deficiency, Yin excess, yang excess, Yin/Yang excess and Yin/Yang balance.


Normally in TCM they say the energy should be tonified not drained or dispersed. The dispersion is used only in emergencies when there is a blockage or something wrong. Usually they say if you have Yin excess (which means Yang deficiency) you should tonify the Yang to create the balance between Yin and Yang. Of course you can disperse/drain the Yin but you loose the jing (the blood or the fluids) to obtain the balance. Master Jiang when heals peoples is letting poisonous blood out and then is recharging the body with herbs to replenish both Yin and Yang. Same principles apply when you have excessive Yang or deficient Yin. People with deficient Yin need to replenish the Yin with Jing, from food and sleep.


The cultivation of "Qi in dantian" is increasing the fire in intestines. For this to make work you need to have food in the intestines. Small intestine is Fire and large intestine si Metal. The Fire will melt the Metal and produce Water to nourish the Kidney and so on. Which means your large intestine should be full of Jing or Metal element in TCM or Earth element in Ayurveda.


The Qi from the breath is like a wind that is increasing the intestinal fire. It is said that the lung are like two bellows that blows air into the fire. So Qi in both TCM and Ayurveda is the WIND - Air element.


This is QiGong : blow your wind and increase the fire in Dantian. But then when your fire consumes all the substances down there what you do?

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Interesting channel for basic beginner tips, bums, is this a good practicioner to listen to? Do you have any suggestions for other youtube channels or websites?



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