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feluk
12-15-2001, 09:52 PM
In this world of Qi Qong or chi kung,there are 2 versions.

The moving chi kung or you can call it moving meditation.
Because,as you're moving through your moving chi kung exercises,you're actually meditating at the same time.
And through this process,you feel the relationships between your mind,body,and spirit.

The other version of chi kung is the standing meditation.
Where you stand like a post,being rooted
to the ground.
As you're standing in a standing meditation position,all you are doing is looking straight,and that's the mental side of the meditation right there.

These 2 chi kung exercises are all good to learn and to practice,to strenghten your body internally.
And also to enhance long life.
Although,we are going to get old as times goes by for us .
The practice of the moving and standing medtation will prevent us from aging to fast.

After you are done practicing your chi kung exerises.
Regardless of standing or moving meditation.
What you need to do is to practice your kung fu moves,to take out the chi or internal energy out of your body.
Because,if you keep the chi in your body and not take it out,it'll damage your body internally.
Other than that the moving or standing chi gung exercises are all good exercises,to enhance better health and well being.

Take Care ,

PlasticSquirrel
12-16-2001, 10:59 AM
um... oh.

denali
12-16-2001, 02:45 PM
I haven't read David Carradine's book yet.

:)

woliveri
12-17-2001, 07:37 PM
The body without Qi is Dead. How can you take your qi out of the body?

denali
12-17-2001, 09:45 PM
So then practicing kung fu kills us.

If you guys hadn't told me, I'd have kept practicing until I died.

feluk
12-17-2001, 11:15 PM
The body without qi is dead.
How can you take your qi out of your
body ?


Woliveri,there is both dirty chi and clean chi.
The dirty chi is being taken out,when you practice kung fu after you do you chi kung training.
While the dirty chi is being replace by the clean chi.
Because,in order for your chi to flow within you,you should be relaxed.
So the clean chi is still in your body, but you 're mainly getting rid of the dirty chi.

Take Care

feluk
12-17-2001, 11:26 PM
So then practicing kung fu kills us.
If you guys had'nt told me,I'd have kept
practicing until I died.

Denaly,

We're all going to die anyway oneday.

What kung fu does is slow down our aging
process.

So that we won't get old too fast.

Kung fu does'nt kill you,it helps keep

you young.

Even in reality we're all going to get

old anyway.

But kung fu helps us to get healthy and

enhances our wellbeing.

If kung fu would kill us,I would'nt have

practice it,anyway.

Take Care

prana
12-18-2001, 04:02 AM
you want to live longer, then breathe less.

woliveri
12-18-2001, 09:10 AM
"Woliveri,there is both dirty chi and clean chi.
The dirty chi is being taken out,when you practice kung fu after you do you chi kung training.
While the dirty chi is being replace by the clean chi."


Feluk, you didn't say dirty qi in your first post. You just said Qi or "chi" to be more specific.

feluk
12-19-2001, 12:46 AM
Feluk,you did'nt say dirty qi in your first post.
You just said Qi or Chi to be more specific.

Woliveri,yeah !You 're right,sorry about
that,in my first post I mentioned the Qi

to be specific.

Anyway,I just wanted to corrected

myself,by giving you the added info

to reply to your first topic reply.

But now you know the info.

Take Care

Repulsive Monkey
12-19-2001, 03:51 AM
Whats has been said is not completely correct. Depending on what type of Qi Gong one practices, one will be able to expel Bin Qi (Sick Qi) in the midst of practice. There is no need to do a seperate exercise afterwards to rid oneself of Sick Qi at all. In fact a lot of Standing Qi Gongs are used to circulate AND expel sick Qi at the same time. I have never heard of doing Kung Fu to expell sick Qi ever!! In fact from what my friend says its more likely to create more depending on how tense ones training is. If one has closed or enveloping postures then one is simply circulating and re-issuing Qi back into the body, however if , for example, one stands in a push or punch posture (Taiji that is) and directs their intent outwards, then one can expell sick Qi in that way.