Course Content
Wuji and the absence of unnecessary tension Movement and Flow Stillness
Chi Flow and Stillness
Chi flow and stillness A 15-minute daily practice
Releasing Tensions and Letting Go
Wuji to Qigong State of Mind
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.
Mid-Course Review
A review of what you already know
Deeper Physical, Emotional & Mental Relaxation
Qigong State of Mind
Level One: Foundation Qigong Skills
About Lesson

Qigong States of Mind

We can practice the Qigong State of Mind at a number of levels:

  • Physical Relaxation
  • Emotional Relaxation
  • Mind Relaxation

It is useful to practice at each of the levels, noticing what is felt as you move through the states of relaxation. As you develop your awareness it becomes easier to notice and adjust to a more relaxed state when you become agitated, tense or stressed.

Using the 3 Golden Rules from our Shaolin Grandmaster can help:

  • Relax
  • Don’t Worry
  • Enjoy

A Qigong Practice

Your Qigong practice will take about 15 minutes using Lifting the Sky

  • Wuji and gentle flow
  • Entering a Qigoing State of Mind
  • Smiling from the Heart
  • Lifting the Sky (15-20 Times)
  • Chi Flow (for several minutes)
  • Flowing Stillness
  • Enjoy stillness

The 15 minutes is simply a guide, so your practice may be more or less.

Spend enough time this week at the various stages.

From relaxed stillness to flow to Stillness.

Relax, let go, enjoy!

Exercise Files
FA Level 1 – Lesson 4.pdf
Size: 1.80 MB
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