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He gives them life,
but does not take possession of them;
He acts, but does not appropriate;
Accomplishes, but claims no credit.

-Lao Tzu

Simply live, as part of the whole, allow the practice of QiGong to be part of you — how can you claim any credit? Simply live as a part of this organic unity, this existence, this presence, NOW. You are part of it; how can you claim it yours? How can a wave claim anything? The wave is just a part of the OCEAN.  Namaste -Suzie

 


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If someone gives you negative energy,

you give back positive,

affirmative energy

— such as forgiveness.

[…]

This is the giving within for-give-ness.

– Michael Bernard Beckwith

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You ought not attempt to cure the body without the soul.

The cure of many

diseases

is

unknown

to many physicians because they disregard the whole.

– HIPPOCRATES

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“If you want to be healthy

and live to 100, do Qigong.”

– Dr. Mehmet Oz


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Contain if necessary,

resolve if possible,

best of all prevent.

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Healing yourself is connected with healing others.

Yoko Ono

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07.04.2011

Close your eyes …
Breathe…
Listen…
The inner world of your body calls.

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Everything
just as it is,
as it is,
as is.
Flowers in bloom.
Nothing to add.

–    Robert Aitken, Roshi, As it Is

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QiGong (Chi Kung)

“Chinese Qigong has been practiced with a recorded history of over 2,000 years.  But it wasn’t until 1953, when Liu Gui-zheng published a paper entitled “Practice On Qigong Therapy”, that the term Qigong (Chi Kung) was adopted as the popular name for this type of exercise system.  Prior to that date, there were many terms given to such exercise, such as Daoyin, Xingqi, Liandan, Xuangong, Jinggon, Dinggong, Xinggon, Neigong, Xiudao, Zhoshan, Neiyangong, Yangshengong, etc. “


–  Qi Journal,
Qigong

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QiGong

“Stillness and action are relative, not absolute, principles. It is important to find a balance of yin and yang, not just in qigong, but in everyday life. In movement, seek stillness and rest. In rest, be mindful and attentive.”  – Ken Cohen

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