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Waking Times Each and every one of us can benefit from learning Tai Chi. This ancient Chinese art has been described as “meditation in motion” and is known to prevent and treat many health problems, as documented by several studies. Tai chi is a practice that focuses on movements originating from the torso. Why is […]
Beth Quist, Guest Writer Waking Times What happens to our Qi if we eat a lot of processed foods? Processed foods usually includes more preservatives, chemicals, fats, fillers, and sugars than other foods. As a result, our body has to spend a lot of its energy and effort, not only to digest the food, but […]
Beth Quist, Guest Writer Waking Times Continual stress and anxiety stagnates the flow of your Qi (chee) in your body and when that happens, it will also impact the flow of your blood. Over time, this stagnation of Qi and blood will cause health problems for you. The organ most affected with continual stress and […]
Tim Chrisco, Guest Writer Waking Times Your life force is your energy, often referred to as Qi, Prana, or Life Force. There are many names for it, and it is absolutely essential to life. Many people don’t believe in energy because they can’t see it or touch it. Interestingly though, most everyone feels energy, even […]
David James Lees, Guest Writer Waking Times Pronounced ‘Chee Gong’, Chinese is difficult to translate directly into English so Qi roughly translated means air, breath of life or vital essence. I prefer life force, vibration or energy. Gong means work, self-discipline, achievement cultivation or mastery. Qigong is a discipline whose practice allows us to gain […]