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Qigong - Wiki

Qi gong (in plain type: 气功 bed. Work of breathing) is a traditional Chinese practice involving movement along a controlled breathing. It is attached to medicine. In theory, this art is rooted in energy Daoist metaphysics. Qi gong taught in the West for personal development.

Qigong comes from gymnastics Taoist longevity . It includes intuition Chinese wei wu wei ("acting without acting "), This particularly in the Dao De Jing of Lao Zi. The practice has grown in contact with Buddhism, it is an integral part of Chinese medicine.

Through a series of physical exercises and mental visualizations (static or dynamic movements, breathing exercises, mental relaxation, sounds, acupressure, percussion, etc..), It aims to help people maintain or repair the balance between the "energies" of the various organs of the body. The foundations of this energy are those of Chinese medicine and acupuncture in particular.

The purpose of Qi gong is focus being between heaven and earth . This is to connect with terrestrial and celestial energies to harmonize its respiration to that of the universe. "By doing that your spiritual breath (Shen Qi) and your vital breath (Qi Jing) Unit can embrace you once again become a enfançon?" (Daodejing 10)

To achieve harmony of gesture and breath , attention is focused simultaneously on different parts of the body involved in movement and generally perceived as a unit, so that the movement ever "mechanical," but becomes "organic." Being or based on physical strength or performance, qi gong is accessible to everyone (young or old, athletic or non-sports).

Qigong is a set of energy exercises based on an association between:

  • movements soft, natural, relaxed and very slow;
  • breathing (abdominal breathing, regular and deep) with synchronous movements;
  • concentration of the mind which directs the qi - the "breath" - inside the body;
  • acupressure massage, general massage or muscle.
  • Some forms are also using singing (as kotodama) or Cree, near the famous kiai Japanese, ironically called "cry that kills" by the British nineteenth century.

It combines relaxation, mental relaxation and physical pleasure of moving in harmony in space, energy work to deep revitalization of internal organs . According to his followers

, qi gong is a path of personal growth, a source of well-being and rejuvenation. After a regular practice, qi gong brings:

  • more tone and less nervous tension;
  • more flexibility and balance;
  • inner calm;
  • greater powers of concentration and confidence;
  • better body awareness;
  • the development of memory actions.


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