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Qigong - Taoism - About.com
Practices whose aim is to cultivate life-force energy (qi) are known as qigong.
http://taoism.about.com/od/glossaryoftaoistterms/g/qigong.htm
How Does Qigong Work? - Taoism - About.com
An exploration of the mechanisms of qigong practice.
http://taoism.about.com/od/practices/a/QigongWorks.htm
Qigong Practice Physical and Spiritual Benefits - Taoism - About.com
The ancient practice of Qigong (life-force cultivation) – a form of Taoist Yoga – has numerous benefits. These benefits have been experienced directly by many  ...
http://taoism.about.com/od/qigongchinesemedicine/p/benefits.htm
Qigong for Cancer - Lung Cancer - About.com
Qigong for cancer is an old practice worldwide, but relatively new in the United States. What are the benefits and how can you get started?
http://lungcancer.about.com/od/treatmentoflungcancer/a/Qigong-For-Cancer.htm
Qigong Movement Therapy - About Holistic Healing
Qigong (also called "Chi Gung") is an ancient science that blends medicine and martial arts . Qigong movement therapy can balance and heal every aspect of ...
http://healing.about.com/od/qigong/a/qigong-movement-therapy.htm
Qigong – The Health Benefits for Various Conditions
Dec 9, 2014 ... Long practiced in traditional Chinese medicine, qigong may boost your body's flow of energy and help enhance your health.
http://altmedicine.about.com/od/taichiqigong/a/Qigong-For-Health.htm
Qigong - Qigong Exercises that Increase the Rate of Digestion
Self-Healing Practice of Qigong Promotes Weight Loss. Qigong Exercises that Increase the Rate of Digestion. By Sarah Kowalski. Share this ...
http://healing.about.com/od/exercise/a/qigong_wtloss_2.htm
Qigong & Chinese Medicine - Taoism - About.com
The meaning of the word "qigong" can be found in its two parts: "qi" is life-force - what makes us alive instead of dead; and "gong" means cultivation. Qigong ...
http://taoism.about.com/od/qigongchinesemedicine/
Buddhist Mindfulness Training & Qigong Practice
Qigong (and Inner Alchemy) practice starts from the other end. It involves exercises that activate the experience of flowing energy. To combine the two practices, ...
http://taoism.about.com/od/buddhism/a/mindfulness.htm
Qigong - Chinese Culture - About.com
Qigong is the phonetic transcriptions (Qi and Gong) of two Chinese characters as shown in the title. Qi means literally air, which represents a kind of energy ...
http://chineseculture.about.com/library/weekly/aa040898.htm
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