Qigong and Taoism

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Qigong is used as part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), in preventive and therapeutic health care. Qi is seen as vital energy in the body to sustain life. Qigong form a physical exercise that control and energy for his own good or if becomes an

Qigong is used as part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), in preventive and therapeutic health care. Qi is seen as vital energy in the body to sustain life. Qigong form a physical exercise that control and energy for his own good or if becomes an expert, you can even use the "qi" for treatment.

Qigong, massage and acupuncture are part of traditional Chinese medicine is based on Taoism. After 5000 years of development, there are over 3,000 varieties of qigong, qigong and five major traditions, namely Taoist, Buddhist, Confucian, martial arts, and medical care. Two types of Qigong "soft" and "hard" qigong. Soft qigong is called inner qigong or soft such as Taiji Qigong. A sample of hard qigong is the famous Shaolin gongfu. 

Qi consists of medical qigong exercises combined with meditation. Qi exercises bring one to a state of meditation. Distress and anguish will be driven during meditation. Positive thinking with great confidence is affirmed. The concentration can be easily reached. Through exercise, it takes control of the body, and therefore have good feelings about life. This stimulates blood circulation and Qi.

Exercise is good for patients as well as any age group who wish to maintain good health and a peaceful state of mind. Qigong is good for the treatment of mental and physical stress.

Today, there are more than 70 million Chinese practice qigong, some for treatment and most as a physical exercise. Qigong allows people experiencing higher levels of energy and stamina, and slow the aging process. May it not be effective in the treatment of acute illnesses or medical emergencies. It is good in preventing diseases and treating chronic diseases or disabilities.



The West is beginning to recognize the effectiveness of Qigong and TCM. In 1988, China held the first World Conference of Qigong for Health Research in Beijing, and the latter followed by a series of conferences held in Tokyo, Berkeley and New York. Psychologists, physiologists and researchers begin to study qigong as a new drug. Many clubs qigong have been established outside of China to teach people to exercise Qigong.

  

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