Course Content
Fundamentals
Wuji and the absence of unnecessary tension Movement and Flow Stillness
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Chi Flow and Stillness
Chi flow and stillness A 15-minute daily practice
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Releasing Tensions and Letting Go
Wuji to Qigong State of Mind
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The Power of the Mind
How much power of self-healing or harm do you hold? Estimates of the placebo cure rate range from a low of 15 percent to a high of 72 percent. The nocebo effect has a dark side, leading to adverse reactions or side effects to treatment, and has an unquantified effect on our overall state of health. Our Qigong practice recognises the power of the mind both negatively and positively and works with positive states of well-being, while releasing the negative.
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Mid-Course Review
A review of what you already know
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Deeper Physical, Emotional & Mental Relaxation
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Qigong State of Mind
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Level One: Foundation Qigong Skills
About Lesson

Stage 1 – Fundamentals

  • Stand upright and relaxed
  • Physical relaxation
  • Absence of unnecessary tension
  • Coming to stillness

Don’t do anything with mind – work at the physical relaxation level.

Standing or sitting upright and relaxed, with the absence of unnecessary tension, is the practice for beginners and masters. You can spend a lifetime relaxing and releasing a little bit more as we become more skilful.

This isn’t a practice to try and get perfect. Simply bring your awareness to body felt sensation, weight distribution and whatever else comes into your field of awareness.

The practice is to stay gently aware, while relaxing – not collapsing, with as little effort as possible. This practice brings balance, release and inner peace. It is a doorway to energy flow.

Movement and Flow
While you are sitting or standing in the Wuji posture allow your body to move and sway.

This simple exercise can bring profound
change to the systems, including:

  • Releasing held tensions
  • Balancing the nervous system
  • Stimulating energy flow
  • Bringing us to the present moment

Once you have allowed the body to move and sway for a few minutes come back to standing or sitting in Wuji for the stillness
part of your practice.

Stillness
Following gentle movement and flow, come to rest in stillness. Simply return to Wuji posture, relaxed, upright and open. Follow your breath as you breathe in through your nose and out through the mouth with a gentle ‘ha’ sound as you exhale.

Don’t worry about any thoughts, sensations or imagery that present themselves, simply rest your awareness on your breath in Wuji posture.

After a few minutes rub your palms together and massage your face and head.

Stay gently present in your body as you practice. No need to go anywhere or disappear.

Fully Alive Framework

A state where the right things happen

A state where we create positives for ourselves and others

A state where we don’t create/ add harm for ourselves or others

  • To Clear Illness
  • Improve Health
  • Increase Vitality
  • Clarity of Mind
  • Lightness, Fun & Joy
Exercise Files
FA Level 1 – lesson 1.pdf
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