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Zhineng Qigong movements in daily life

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Regular practice changes movements.
If something can be done with less strain,
the body remembers and uses it.
This is how movements change in everyday life.

An example:
I was at the dentist's, had to open my mouth.
The doctor asked me to let go.
She needed more space, a larger opening.
I released the tension of the muscles and did it.
This was done in seconds. Why?
It corresponds to the releasing of tension
as we practise it with Zhineng Qigong.

With minimal tension remaining we hold the postures
in the movement and move our extremities.
It is easy and flowing and qi supports us in it.
We apply this knowledge unconsciously in everyday life.

The muscles are relaxed, they can regenerate.
In this way we can make many movements,
are fresh and full of energy after the exercises.
With muscle power alone we would be exhausted,
powerless.


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Spontaneous Qi – What is it?

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This is about spontaneous qi movements.

Spontaneous qi is an abbreviated term for this.
Another hint: spontaneous qi is not an exercise.

Spontaneous is only spontaneous when it occurs spontaneously.
An exercise is not spontaneous, but intentional.

Qi tries to flow through the body,
to open ways and create new ones.

This is also a sign for blockages that are eliminated.
With regular practice it lessens, disappears.

It is enough to stay calm, to observe precisely,
to change body postures so that qi can flow
and make its way.

When you start to practise Zhineng Qigong,
qi starts to flow, not all ways are free,
there may be blockages, however these are rare.
Spontaneous qi is possible, but rare.

Why? - Zhineng Qigong is an open system,
we open ourselves from the start, try to avoid
blockages, but cannot exclude them.

Regular practice keeps the qi flow activated.
This is how we ensure a free flow without blockages.


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Zhineng Qigong introduced the Qi-Field – Why?

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With closed qigong exercises, it is not worthwhile.

If you are working with your own body's qi,
if you have not opened yourself, it gives you nothing.

The qi-field cannot give you anything.
You are concentrated on yourself.

If you open yourself, you can use it.

Zhineng Qigong is a system of open exercises.
We open ourselves right from the beginning.

We absorb fresh qi from our surroundings.
We release used qi to our surroundings.
We connect at once to the qi-field.

This is how we increase the effects of qi.

This is especially important for sick persons.

That is why Dr. Pang Ming thought of this
and introduced practising in the qi-field.


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Do you have to feel qi for qi to work?

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No, if at all you only feel your own body's qi.
It is thicker and not so fine flowing.

Closed qigong knows the guiding of your own qi
in the meridians of the body by the mind.
During such an exercise you can lose contact with qi
and then have to start again,
i.e. to build contact anew.

Moreover this method uses energy and qi.
If only little qi exists, as with a sick person,
then this person loses more qi and is weakened.

With Zhineng Qigong it is different.
We organize a qi field with the Hun Yuan Qi of the
universe and strengthen the effects.
The qi of the universe, the Hun Yuan Qi,
is so fine - you do not feel it.
We open ourselves at once, absorb this fine qi
from the beginning.

In our body it is changed to our own body qi.
This is how we strengthen the weak qi of
the sick person at once.

Simultaneously we cultivate the qi flow in the body.
This improves the well-being of the sick person.

This is also possible with internal martial arts,
but it takes too long until the effects…

Zhineng Qigong – is optimally suited for internal martial arts

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The internal martial arts use open qigong exercises.

Dr. Pang Ming expressly points out the following:
Open and closed exercises must not be mixed.

If you learn internal martial arts you also learn
the open qigong exercises of the marial art.

If you want to add something else to intensify,
these must be additional open qigong exercises.

Practising Zhineng Qigong simultaneously is possible.

To practise additionally a closed qigong
would be mixing open with closed exercises.
That is impossible.


Negative effects will follow.


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Is it difficult to find your qigong? - No, why?

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It is easy for me as advanced practitioner.
It may be difficult for a beginner.
But I was extremely lucky.
The first try was already successful.
The teacher was very good.
I did not lose any time by searching.

Why is it so easy for me now to rate it?
The more than 3000 qigong are only one way.

Why? - All are closed qigong forms.
The next group is Zhineng Qigong alone.

Why? - Only Zhineng Qigong is an open system.
There are also open exercises in martial arts.

But these are exercises, no systems.
So there are only two groups

Group one - closed qigong forms
Group two - open qigong forms

If you have learned a closed form,
you know the principle of this direction.
An alternative is then only the open form.
There is only Zhineng Qigong
or martial arts.

With martial arts it is similar:
First came external martial arts.
Then internal martial arts were created.
The internal martial arts are superior to
external martial arts.

With qigong first came the closed forms.
With Zhineng Qigong there …

Books on Zhineng Qigong

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E-Books in English:

Qigong Guide
Qigong, Zhineng Qigong and more...
Format ePUB
Orientation Help for Beginners
Authors: D. and H. Utermark
ISBN 978-3-00-038971-9
For more details see  http://zhinengqigongnotes.blogspot.com/

Books in English:

Life More Abundant 
The Science of Zhineng Qigong Principles and Practice
Xiaoguang Jin and Joseph Marcello
ISBN No. 0-7414-0073-1

101 Miracles of Natural Healing
Luke Chan
ISBN No. 0-9637341-4-8

Chi-Lel Qigong: Body and Mind Method
Hou Hee Chan
ISBN No. 0-9637341-9-9

Elementary Guide to Zhineng Qigong
Ooi Kean Hin, Island Zhineng Qigong Center, Malaysia
ISBN No. 983-41012-0-1

Basic Theories and Methods of Zhineng Qigong
Yuantong Liu
ISBN No. 978-1440403491


Books in French:

Zhi Neng Qi Gong de Pang He Ming
Zhou Jin Hong and Jean Becchio
ISBN-No. 2-84279-015-4



DVDs on Zhineng Qigong

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DVDs in English:

Zhineng Qigong Level 1 (Chi-Lel)
101 Miracles of Natural Healing
Luke Chan
ISBN No. 189310401-X

Zhineng Qigong Level 2
Chi-Lel Qigong: Body and Mind Method
Luke Chan
ISBN No. 096373411-3

Zhineng Qigong Level 1 - Advanced
Chi-Lel Qigong: Live at Prescott, Part 1
Hou Hee Chan
ISBN No. 189310400-1

Zhineng Qigong Level 1 - Advanced
Chi-Lel Qigong: Live at Prescott, Part 2
Hou Hee Chan
ISBN No. 189310402-8

Zhineng Qigong Level 3
Five Organs Qigong
Level 3 of Wisdom Qigong (Zhineng Qigong)
Dashi Chu Kocica
www.asianhealingarts.org

Zhineng Qigong Level 1
Fa Qi for the Whole Body
Pang Ming
www.lifeqicenter.com

Developing Human Potential through Qigong
A Qigong Lecture „Using Yishi“ - Pang He Ming
DVD in Chinese with English subtitles
includes book with English translation by Samuel Lau
ISBN No. 981-233-606-0






CDs for Zhineng Qigong

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CDs in English:

Zhineng Qigong Level 1 (Chi-Lel)
Classic Series with Dr. Pang's Voice
Level 1, Disc 1
Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down 30 min.
LCUPCD and 3-Centers Combination 45 min.
Luke Chan
www.chilel.com


Zhineng Qigong Level 1 (Chi-Lel)
Classic Series with Dr. Pang's Voice
Level 1, Disc 2
3-Centers Merge Standing Method 30 min.
Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down 45 min.
Luke Chan
www.chilel.com


Zhineng Qigong Level 2 (Chi-Lel)
Practice Series
Level 2, Disc 1
Body and Mind Method 33 min.
Body and Mind Method with Lao Shi's Voice 45 min.
Luke Chan
www.chilel.com


Zhineng Qigong Level 1 (Chi-Lel)
Practice Series
Level 1, Disc 2
6-Directions La Chi Method 30 min.
Journey to Health and Happiness La Chi 45 min.
Luke Chan
www.chilel.com





Initiative Zhineng Qigong for Everyone

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