Qigong & Chinese Medicine
- Acupressure Treasures (11)
- Herbal Medicine & Diet (197)
- Internal Alchemy (14)
- Snow Mountain (1)
- Stages Of Qi Cultivation (9)
- The Five Elements (4)
- The Meridian System (9)
How Does Qigong Work?
An exploration of the mechanisms of qigong practice.
Benefits Of Qigong
Qigong practice has many benefits: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
Receive A Practitioner's Discount On Siddhi Energetics Herbal Remedies
Siddhi Energetics offers potent Tibetan herbal remedies to relieve anxiety and depression, to nourish deep energy, promote wakefulness, and support meditation practice.
Tai Hsi - Taoist Embryonic Breathing
An introduction to Taoist Embryonic Breathing (Tai Hsi).
The Budwig Protocol – External Alchemy At Its Best
The Budwig Protocol - with its strong track record for alleviating a host of chronic, degenerative diseases - is a great example of external alchemy.
Introduction To The Governing Vessel - Du Meridian
An introduction to the Governing Vessel (aka Du Mai or Du Meridian) -- the most yang of the body's meridians.
Budwig Protocol - Elizabeth's Fruit & Nut & Superfood Variation
An elegant and delicious variation of the Budwig Protocol cottage cheese and flaxseed oil mixture.
Introduction To The Conception Vessel -- Ren Meridian
An introduction to the Conception Vessel (aka Ren Mai or Ren Meridian) -- the most yin of the body's meridians.
Master Duan Zhi-Liang: Qigong & Chinese Medicine
Master Duan Zhi-Liang is a devout Catholic, a Qigong Master, a calligrapher and a practitioner of Chinese Medicine. In this short video, he demonstrates these art-forms, and speaks of their inter-connectedness. Wonderful!
video: Qigong as a Healing Art with Master Gu
A very clear introduction to the practice of Qigong as a Healing Art.
Qigong Demonstration by John Chang
Demonstration by an acupuncturist/qigong Master of some little-known human capabilities ... the result of many years of Taoist meditation practice.
The fangshi were Han Dynasty "masters of formulae" -- Taoist healers/magicians who traveled throughout China, offering their services for pay.