Qigong
10 minute overview of the PBS documentary Qigong - Ancient Chinese Healing for the 21st Century by Francesco Garri Garripoli http://www.kahunavalley.org/dv...
Qi Gong Video (Segment 1): 10 min - YouTube
Jun 14, 2006 ... Produced by Image Quilt Productions (http://imagequilt.com) This is an exercise video with a Master instructor focused on Qi Gong (Xi Gong) ...
Qigong
Qigong, qi gong, chi kung, or chi gung (simplified Chinese: 气功; traditional Chinese: 氣功; pinyin: qìgōng; Wade–Giles: chi gong; literally: "Life Energy Cultivation") is a practice o...
Ten Precepts (Taoism)
The Ten Precepts of Taoism were outlined in a short text that appears in Dunhuang manuscripts (DH31, 32). The precepts are the classical rules of medieval Taoism as applied to practitioners attaining ...
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD), also spelled World T'ai Chi and Ch'i Kung Day, is an annual event held the last Saturday of April each year to promote the related disciplines of T'ai chi ch'uan ...
Zhang Baosheng
Zhang Baosheng (simplified Chinese: 张宝胜; traditional Chinese: 張寶勝) (born 1958) was one of the most famous qigong Grandmasters during the period of qigong '​s immense popularity in the People's...
Wu wei
Wu wei (Chinese: 無爲; a variant and derivatives: traditional Chinese: 無為; simplified Chinese: 无为; pinyin: wú wéi; Japanese: 無為; Korean: 無爲(무위); Vie...
Zhang Sanfeng
Zhang Sanfeng was a legendary Chinese Taoist who is believed to have achieved immortality. According to various accounts, he was born in Shaowu, Nanping, Fujian during the Southern Song dynasty and li...
Fazhengnian
Fazhengnian (simplified Chinese: 发正念; traditional Chinese: 發正念; pinyin: Fā Zhèng Niàn; literally "sending forth righteous thoughts") is a meditation ritual practiced in Falun Gong (Falun D...
Meridian (Chinese medicine)
The meridian system (simplified Chinese: 经络; traditional Chinese: 經絡; pinyin: jīngluò, also called channel network) is a traditional Chinese medicine belief about a path through which the ...
Li Junfeng
Master Li Junfeng (born October 13, 1938 in Gaocheng, Hebei) is a qigong master, the founder of Sheng Zhen Qigong, and a world-renowned wushu coach. He has also starred-in and choreographed several C...
Liu Zi Jue
The Six Healing Sounds or Liu Zi Jue (六字訣) is one of the common forms of Chinese qigong, and involves the coordination of movement and breathing patterns with specific sounds.
The Term Liu Zi Jue ...
Primordial qigong
Primordial Qigong is a form of Qigong purportedly developed by the Taoist sage Chang San Feng.Donald Rubbo, a lineage holder of the Primordial Qigong (from Master Zhu Hui) has written in Primordial Qi...
Zhan zhuang
Zhan Zhuang, literally: "standing like a post", is a training method often practiced by students of neijia (internal kung fu), such as Yiquan, Xing Yi Quan, Bagua Zhang and Taiji Quan. Zhan zhuan...
The Tao of Physics
The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels Between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism is a book by physicist Fritjof Capra, published in 1975 by Shambhala Publications of Berkeley, Californ...
Lee Holden
Lee Holden is an internationally known instructor in qi gong, meditation, and tai chi. In collaboration with Grand Master Mantak Chia,one of the foremost qi gong experts in the world, he was instrumen...
Zhong Gong
Zhong Gong (中功) is a spiritual movement based on qigong founded in 1987 by Zhang Hongbao. The full name (中华养生益智功) translates to "China Health Care and Wisdom Enhancement Practice." The system distingu...
Xian (Taoism)
Xian (Chinese: 仙/仚/僊; pinyin: xiān; Wade–Giles: hsien) is a Chinese word for an enlightened person, translatable in English as:Xian semantically developed from meaning spiritual "immortali...
Five Precepts (Taoism)
The Five Precepts in Taoism (Chinese: 五戒; pinyin: Wǔ Jiè; Cantonese: Ng Gye), constitute the basic code of ethics undertaken mainly by Taoist lay-cultivators. For Taoist monks and nuns, there...
Qigong history
The history of qigong, the Chinese practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and martial arts training, extends back more than 4,000 years. Contemporary qigong is a c...
Three teachings
In Chinese philosophy, the phrase three teachings (Chinese: 三教; pinyin: San Jiao) refers to Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism when considered as a harmonious aggregate. Some of the earliest l...
Ziran
Ziran (Chinese: 自然; pinyin: zìrán; Wade–Giles : tzu-jen; Korean: 자연; Japanese: 自然 (じねん・しぜん, jinen shizen)) is a key concept in Daoism that literally means "self ...
Hua Tuo
Hua Tuo (c. 140–208), courtesy name Yuanhua, was an ancient Chinese physician who lived in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. The historical texts Records of the Three Kingdoms and Book of the Later Han re...