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Xu Ming Gong (Qigong Exercise for Psychosomatic Emptiness and Serenity) is a systematic exercise combining the characteristics of both the static and dynamic forms of Qigong. It is so named because if a person can perform the exercise perfectly well, he/she can enter the state of mental emptiness and serenity. It consists of three parts: 1) regulating postures of the body, 2) regulating respiration, and 3) regulating the mind.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007 - 03:44 PM Read full article
As one of the static form of Qigong, the Relaxation Qigong Exercise boasts the effects of harmonizing qi and blood, regulating the visceral functions, strengthening the body resistance and preventing diseases. Described below are the detailed methods for practice.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007 - 03:11 PM Read full article
Inner-Nourishing Qigong Exercise is one kind of the static Qigong. It has now been promulgated throughout China for its marked curative effects in treating chronic diseases.
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