Qigong For Treating Common Ailments: The Essential Guide To Self Healing
Wouldn't it be nice to stop common ailments before they happen? We can prevent many of them once we have the proper knowledge. This book, Qigong for Treating Common Ailments, provides a system for maintaining overall health while addressing specific problems with exact treatments. All natural, safe, and easy to learn, these exercises provide a life-long path to wellness! This re-edited edition, originally published by a university press in China, is essential for the home health library!
* Protect & Strengthen the Internal Organs with Qigong Exercises.
* Improve Circulation and Overall Health using Qigong Massage Methods.
* Discover a Wide Variety of Breathing and Relaxation Techniques.
* Easy to Learn and Easy to Practice!
"An excellent concise guide to the many medical uses of Qigong, useful for both professional therapists and self-healing practice. It's a short book that is long on valuable information." ' Michael Winn President of National Qigong Association (USA), Author (with Mantak Chia) of six books on Qigong, including Taoist Secrets of Love: Cultivating Ma/e Sexual Energy
"This remarkable book may prove to be one of the most important elucidations of Qigong theory ever printed'" ' Bill Clement Feng Shui Information Resource
"...the perfect addition to the health conscious individual's home library and great traveler's companion. Its trimsize and practical approach make it a reference you want to keep with you at all times." ' Roger Jahnke Author, The Healer Within
Foreword by Pmf. Dr. Hu Ximing
Foreword by Mr. Zhang Qiwen
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Qigong for Treating Common Ailments
1.1 Concepts and characteristics
1.2 The Development of Qigong
1.3 Basic Principles of Qigong
Being Both Dynamic and Static o Being Relaxed and Natural o Coordinating the Will and Qi o Combining Active Exercise with Inner Health Cultivation - Proceeding Step by Step
Chapter 2 The Three Regulations
2.1 Regulation of the Body (Adjustment of Posture) o Sitting Postures o Lying Down Postures o Standing Posture o Posture Essentials
2.2 Regulation of Breathing
Natural Respiration o Abdominal Respiration o Reverse Abdominal Respiration
Other Breathing Methods o Essentials of Respiration Training
2.3 Regulation of Mental Activities
Basic Strategies for Regulating the Mind o Essentials of Training Mental Activities
2.4 Points for Attention in Qigong Exercise
Chapter 3 Various Qigong Exercises
3.1 Psychosomatic Relaxation Exercise (Fangsong Gong)
3.2 Inner Health Cultivation Exercise (Ne jyang Gong)
3.3 Health Promotion Exercise (Qiangzhuang Gong)
3.4 Head and Face Exercise (Toumian Gong)
3.5 Eye Exercise (Yan Gong)
3.6 Nose and Teeth Exercise (Bichi Gong) .
• 3.7 Ear Exercise (Er Gong)
3.8 Neck Exercise 'lingxiang Gong)
3.9 Shoulder Arm Exercise (Jianhi Gong)
3.10 Chest Hypochondrium Exercise (Xiongxie Gong)
3.1 1 Abdominal Exercise (Fs`bu Gong)
3.12 Waist Exercise (Yaoh?` Gong)
3.13 Exercise of the Lower Limbs (XiazAi Gong)
3.14 Heart Regulation Exercise (Lixin Gong)
3.15 Spleen Regulation Exercise (Lipi Gong)
3.16 Lung Regulation Exercise (Life) Gong)
3.17 Liver Regulation Exercise (Ligan Gong)
3.18 Kidney Regulation Exercise (Lishen Gong)
3.19 Automatic Circulation Exercise (Zhoutian Zizbuan Gong also Fu Lun Zi Zhuan or Xing Ting)
3.20 Circulation Exercise (Zlooutian Gong)
3.21 Exercise for Soothing the Liver and Improving Acuity of Vision (Shugan Mingmu GonR)
3.22 Exercise for Nourishing the Kidney for Rejuvenation (Yangshen Huichun Gong
|Publication Date||1 Jan 1970|
|Publisher||YMAA Publication Center|
|Number of Pages||186|
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