Chinese Medicine

Oct 12, 12:33 am

Fortunately as the Eastern civilizations, particularly China, provide us with important lessons to learn towards properly managing our energy, keep an eye on them, knowing use in order to optimize results favorablesa while staying active. Thus we find a Chi Kung (Qi Gong), which states, A is a method of exercise of Chinese origin which is based on movements and / or static positions that come with breathing techniques during the performance while maintaining a deep state of meditation. a incense reminds us. Com. ar. that Chi Kung (Qi Gong) is a method of exercise of Chinese origin which is based on movements and / or static positions that come with breathing techniques during the implementation maintain a deep state of meditation.

It is part of the family of the old ancient medicine, the son of Chinese medicine, acupuncture older brother, a cousin of Yoga, Tai Chi's father and grandfather of Kung Fu and most martial arts. Technical method is an art discipline that studies the movement but not only physical but also emotional energy in order to maintain the harmony of body and health, to correct the imbalances that cause the disease and focus to internal growth, all through movement, meditation and breathing. Chi (Qi) can be translated as energy or breathing but has no word to define it exactly, Kung (Gong) can be translated as work or training. Then Chi Kung can be interpreted as energy training, breathing training, energy work or work of breathing, but most attempts to interpret that we will never find a translation that fully define energiareikidiana.
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