“As you become more sensitive to Qi in your Qigong practice, you will become more sensitive to Qi in your everyday life.”

Qigong can be translated many ways, but the typical translation is “Energy Cultivation”.  When we practice Qigong, we are using intent to move Qi in and out of our body, purge old Qi and bring in fresh Qi.  But this process of moving and changing Qi does not stop once we stop practicing Qigong.  Qi is constantly moving in and out of our body, every second of the day.

Becoming aware of Qi is the first stage of Qigong practice.  Once you become sensitive to the Qi in your body and the Qi around you, every minute there is an opportunity to practice.  Notice the Qi around you.  Notice how you feel differently in different places.  Sense the Qi of another person or an animal.  Breathe and feel fresh Qi enter your body.  Look around you, and see the constant process of “Yin changing to Yang” and “Yang changing to Yin”.  Look for your own ways of discovering Qi in your daily life and have fun with it.   Qi is everywhere and in all things.

As you become more sensitive to Qi in your Qigong practice, you will become more sensitive to Qi in your everyday life.

Daily Practice – Part I

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