The Art Of Qigong Healing: An Interview

Qigong Healing for a Better Health

There are millions of people worldwide practicing Qigong healing today.  This is mainly because of the number of applications that prevent diseases and help achieve better health. The most widely known application is the Medical Qigong Healing which is a complementary healing-system. It is suitable for all ages and for the majority of health conditions.

Qigong healing is a very effective and soft therapy.  It has been observed that people practicing Qigong recover from illness quicker and with fewer side effects than those observed when using allopathic therapies. However, the most important point is that practitioners learn specific skills that improve constantly their immune system with a very positive long-term effect.

Different Types of Qigong Healing

External Qigong Healing is the second application of Qi Gong which is an ancient method of transmitting Qi without touching. In meditative or spiritual Qi Gong, the third application, practitioners focus on developing a clear and tranquil state of mind. There are basically two categories of meditative Qi Gong, Buddhist Fo Jia Gong and Daoist Dao Jia Gong, reflecting Buddhist or Daoist philosophies.

Finally, there is the Martial Qigong (Wu Gong) application which refers to the Wu Shu (Chinese Martial Arts). It includes exercises that improve martial art techniques which strengthen the body in general, improve coordination and flexibility, and to build up Qi. The most widely known martial art Qigong is Tai Chi.

Try Qigong Healing today and enjoy better health and well-being.

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Bojan Zimmerman

Bojan Zimmerman, “The Intuitive Creator” and founder of the Accelerated Creation Systems™ (ACS),” is a Tai Chi Chen Style Practitioner. Bojan is one of the world’s leading experts on the advanced use of intuition and transformative energy healing. Bojan helps transform and empower individuals, couples, and groups to overcome their emotional, physical and spiritual challenges by teaching them the healthy practice of Qi Gong and adaptation of ACS in their lives.
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  • I would love to try out this Qigong which has a somehow similarity with yoga techniques and principles. Thank you for sharing the video of it and I’m now considering to have a workshop about this kind of art.