Qi-Gong

TaiChi

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Qi-Gong is a thing of beauty. I try to practice the Eight Brocades on a daily basis. These are a series of eight patterns, which help to create greater flexibility, release tension, through breathing and massage many of your internal organs, much like various Yoga asanas.

This, to me, is a form of morning meditation, freeing you up from your Monkey mind, with hundreds of negative chargers bombarding your mind. Qi-Gong is a marvellous coping mechanism. It makes you aware of the stress in your body and that self-awareness is key to you finding a way to a better place.

I practiced it daily with my father-in-law recently and his back problems are much improved.

 

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