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Qigong

“The ultimate goal of Wu Ming Qigong is to discover your true purpose.”

What Is Qigong?

Qigong is the ultimate form of personal cultivation. It is a serious practice that integrates the body, mind and spirit. And it requires a lifelong commitment to reach the highest levels of practice. Known as one of the most powerful ancient energy practices, Qigong interacts on an invisible level with the body’s meridian system. It directly impacts and informs the body’s Qi and stimulates your energy foundation to achieve maximum physical, mental and spiritual health.

What Is Wu Ming Qigong?

No one knows exactly how old the practice of Qigong is, but it has been in documented use for thousands of years. Its standing and moving postures have the ability to help an individual discover his or her own healing potential. While there are literally tens of thousands of systems of Qigong, it is important to note that everything discussed on our site relates to Wu Ming Qigong, a Qigong lineage that dates back to the ancient Chinese sage Lao Tzu.

Learned properly under the guidance of a teacher experienced in energy healing, Wu Ming Qigong can be done by anyone, anywhere, and at any time, to enhance personal well-being. It’s easy to practice, requires no special clothes, equipment or breathing techniques.

On the deepest level, Wu Ming Qigong has the ability to activate the body’s genetic code and even has the power to create healing miracles.

“Spirit is something unknowable.”

In ancient times, Wu Ming Qigong was used for martial arts to help the body maintain its health. At the mind level, Qigong was used to understand the relationship between the body and the mind and its connectedness to the healing power of nature. At its highest level, Qigong was used to achieve longevity and connect to the Universal. Five thousand years later, Wu Ming Qigong still offers the same tremendous healing benefits for those who dedicate themselves to this practice.

Some systems are related to martial arts. Breathing and visualization techniques are employed by certain Qigong systems, while gentle movements and stationary postures are used by others. It’s important to note that the various Qigong systems work on your energy in unique ways, which is why it is NOT advised to practice different systems at the same time.