(06-06-2013, 01:16 PM)Blather Wrote:
(06-06-2013, 01:12 PM)the white ribbon Wrote:
(06-06-2013, 12:57 PM)Blather Wrote: Naw dickhead, I lived in Sydney till I was 40, mostly (as an adult) Potts Point/D'hurst.
What is this qi gong thing you do?
lol.. just when i think im not sure about you, you swing it around and i actually realise i do like you.. "naw dickhead" lmfao.. what a crack up..
qigong is similar to tai chi, but a bit more active/intense.. i have a qigong master in china town who does acupuncture and qigong healing sessions.. he taught me the set i am doing now.. about 5 years ago.. im the first western person he has shown these particualr exercises too.. they are designed awaken you etc.. so it all found me at the right time.. he is chinese (choiinneese, maoite) and very aware.. he has been doing qigong since aged 7, in China..
anyway.. click http://nqa.org/resources/what-is-qigong/
Is that a 'use their strength against them', thing like uh the 'passive' martial art? Being a woman of 50+ years, I don't know the martial arts terribly well, but when I used to do office work, people commented that I used the 'use their strength against them' martial art, can't remember what it was called. You'd probably know the one.
no idea what you are talking about.. im not into martial arts exactly... medusa is, so i will ask her.. (JR's bestie, michael was too, apparently..
with qigong you are cultivating the natural qi energy and pulling it down through you and around your body.. the ones i do now, i say a whole mantra before hand, which is all about the true light etc, and it somehow taps into this pure and very light energy.. its quite beautiful to do.. it makes your aura really strong..
btw, my qigong master hates yoga..