How Qigong Heals

 

iStock_000010238391MediumOver 4000 years ago Chinese medicine said, “Blood is the mother of Qi.”
Qigong helps to release Qi blockages- small areas where the blood cannot go, or areas where disease can occur. Blood can work itself through closed off capillaries when a person is relaxed and increasing Qi in that area.

Wherever Qi goes, blood follows. Normal healthy people use about 60% of the circulatory system. When Qi increases, this percentage also goes up. Blood flow to the brain and organs is improved; therefore, health is greatly benefited. The electrical aspect of Qigong on the nervous system is also beneficial. Breathing techniques can create a full body vibration, allowing electrical impulses to travel along the nervous system for rejuvenation.

Qigong differs from other exercise because the body is totally relaxed, yet the blood is mobilized to flow powerfully. Because there is no stress response or cortisol release which contracts blood vessels, blood can enter areas that may have been blocked off for years. Microcirculation to the forehead is increased and digestion is greatly improved. Imagine the same blood circulation you get from jogging while standing still and completely relaxed. No other exercise offers this level of circulation to organs and endocrine glands.

Healing occurs in Qigong when one raises their energy high enough to push through the blockages of the nervous and circulatory system. An effective way to begin the healing process is to enter a large group energy field.  Every person has a magnetic field, but when a group of even three people practice together the results are greatly increased. Being in the group energy field is the fastest way to experience the powerful healing effects of Qigong and jumpstart one’s energetic expansion.

Qigong is effective for all ages and ability levels to stay physically and mentally healthy and increase longevity. Dr. Oz, a frequent guest on the Oprah Winfrey show, stated, “If you want to live to 100… do Qigong.” Healthcare practitioners who treat masses of people can prevent themselves from getting sick and drained, allowing them to maintain the energy to effectively do their jobs. Visit www.QigongInstitute.org for the largest database of scientific papers on Qigong’s effects.

Jeff Primack has studied with many Qigong masters and has taught thousands of people at live seminars. Info: (800)-298-8970 / www.QiRevolution.com.

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