What is Qigong?Qigong is a Chinese word that means energy work or cultivation of chi or energy. It is a powerful system of healing and energy medicine. Chinese physicians recorded thousands of years ago that everything is composed of the same energetic substance called Qi.
Qigong practitioners believe that energetic blockages or an imbalance of Qi is the root cause of disease and that a free flow of energy is needed in the body and energy system for good health and well-being. The body has an energy field that is composed of energetic lines called meridians and channels. Energetic blockages in these channels cause imbalances in the energy field, which can lead to disease.
Qigong Masters, ascetics and others have spent thousands of years developing methods to gather and harness Qi for physical, mental and spiritual development. There are thousands of forms of Qigong. Qigong practice can consist of postures, exercises, breathing techniques, meditation and other methods to gather and circulate energy flow.
Qigong practices are used for self healing and can also be used to help others. Medical Qigong healers learn to sense energetic imbalances in others and use methods to clear blockages that can cause disease. There are clinics in China that use Qigong healers to treat many serious health conditions. Some Qigong healers also do distant energy healing where they transmit healing energy to people at another location.
Qigong has been shown to be effective for the same range of illnesses as acupuncture. It has also been shown to help with a variety of ailments including stress and pain reduction. Studies show that it can help improve respiration and induce favorable changes in blood chemistry. Qigong can also help with concentration and self awareness.
HISTORY OF SOARING CRANE QIGONG
Soaring Crane Qigong was introduced to the world in 1979 by Master Zhao Jin-Xiang. With thousands of qigong forms available, Soaring Crane Qigong rapidly became (and remains) one of the most popular forms in
Historically, qigong developed in
Master Zhao, founder of Soaring Crane Qigong, had become ill with pleurisy and tuberculosis as a teenager and was eventually able to cure himself by practicing the qigong taught to him while in a sanitarium. His continued practice led to insights and understandings from which he developed Soaring Crane Qigong.
THE SPIRIT OF SOARING CRANE QIGONG
Imitating the movements of animals with characteristics considered worthy of emulation predates and influences the development of Qigong. The titles of the Routines themselves are suggestive of the intention of Soaring Crane Qigong:
"Gathering Qi from the Six Directions." "Penetrating the Heavens and the Earth." "Crane's Head Carrying Qi through Governor Vessel and Conception Vessel." "Crane Touching Water." "Mingling with the Source of All Qi."
The red-headed cranes are respected for their peaceful nature, graceful movements, long life, and devotion to one another; the spirit of the crane comes alive in the practice of the qigong it inspired.
THE PRACTICE AND THE EFFECTS
Ultimately, the purpose of practicing any form of qigong is to become a channel between Heaven and Earth and to attain harmony among Heaven, self, and Earth.
On a less esoteric note, Soaring Crane Qigong is a system of mental visualizations and gentle physical movements that open the meridians of the body, through which the qi flows. Within the safety of a perfectly balanced form that allows heightened awareness while remaining well grounded, Body, Mind and Spirit respond. The effects of clearing the meridians can be experienced as improvement in physical health, including lower blood pressure, increased flexibility, sounder sleep, less pain, fewer headaches, improved immune system function, and increased energy. The effects can also be experienced in the functioning of the mind, with the practitioner noticing improvement in creative and intellectual abilities. Lastly, one's Spirit is likely to be affected; emotions are more balanced, moving through and stabilizing more easily, and one's access to intuition and other subtle energies increases, as does one's awareness of connection with the Universe. In short, consistent practice of Soaring Crane Qigong is empowering and life changing.
WHO CAN PRACTICE SOARING CRANE QIGONG?
Soaring Crane qigong can be practiced by nearly anyone, with the exception of pregnant women and those who are mentally ill. Physical limitations need not stop a person from practice, since any movement can be visualized with considerable effectiveness.
The practice of Soaring Crane Qigong is complementary to nearly all forms of treatment. However, learning Soaring Crane Qigong is not a substitute for medical care and any questions concerning its appropriateness for you need to be addressed to your medical practitioner.
混元养生法的创编人赵金香先生在推广了站桩自发和组场自发等练功形式后，进入90年代以来，又创造了更为高级的“气 功速效密码疗法”，即密码声波组场带功治病的新形式。密码组场带功的原理奥妙无穷，简单的讲就是赵金香先生利用他及时扑捉到的有关天体运行的宇宙编码进行 组场带功；适时地诵读这些密码，可以使修炼者很快的趋近天人合一的程度，有病治病，无病增强身体能量，提高功力。
混 元养生法的创编人赵金香先生在推广了站桩自发和组场自发等练功形式后，进入90年代以来，又创造了更为高级的“气功速效密码疗法”，即密码声波组场带功治 病的新形式。密码组场带功的原理奥妙无穷，简单的讲就是赵金香先生利用他及时扑捉到的有关天体运行的宇宙编码进行组场带功；适时地诵读这些密码，可以使修 炼者很快的趋近天人合一的程度，有病治病，无病增强身体能量，提高功力。混元养生法的创编人赵金香先生在推广了站桩自发和组场自发等练功形式后，进入90年代以来，又创造了更为高级的“气功速效密码疗法”，即密码声波组场带功治病的新形式。密码组场带功的原理奥妙无穷，简单的讲就是赵金香先生利用他及时扑捉到的有关天体运行的宇宙编码进行组场带功；适时地诵读这些密码，可以使修炼者很快的趋近天人合一的程度，有病治病，无病增强身体能量，提高功力。赵金香先生为了广大鹤功学员利益，现已公开部分“鹤翔数码”。先天混元气功修炼者每日练功前必读益处多。每七遍是一次，可诵读若干次，不能读错，不能间断，不能卧读，行.站.坐均可诵读，但必须面授。
诵读 1119..9991七遍（每诵读一遍不得少于７－１０秒）可以使您了解先天混元气功的奥秘 。
诵读 10..111 七遍（每诵读一遍不得少于７－１０秒）可以使您置身于沁人心脾的芬芳之中。
诵读 717..777 七遍 （每诵读一遍不得少于５秒）可以使您清除体内的各种有害的毒素。
诵读 70..70..707 七遍（每诵读一遍不得少于７秒）可以使您在修炼鹤功中防止各种干扰，得到安全保护。
The practitioners shall benefit from the following by reading these codes before practicing the daily routines. You may read them at any time. You should read them 7 times once (in Chinese).
Please read aloud these magic numbers with all your heart and experience the wonders with instinct and Qi.
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