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Colds #47178 11/07/00 10:36 PM
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How can you ise SFQ to cure colds?

Note. Any replies are not intended to cure, diagnose, etc :-)


Re: Colds #47179 11/08/00 03:28 AM
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Will Qigong eradicate colds from the planet.

Highly unlikely.

Will people who practice Qigong get fewer colds? Probably.

Will a person who practices Qigong and gets a cold recover more quickly? Probably.

I started practicing Qigong in the fall of 1997 and had zero colds, sniffles, or other symptoms until last month. I came down with a cold. My initial response was disbelief. I didn't think of it that much, however, because I was symptom-free within a few days.


Re: Colds #47180 11/10/00 04:36 AM
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Someone just emailed me asking what Qigong techniques would be best for when you have a cold.

You could do Sword Fingers on yourself, but Master Lin says you would receive greatest benefit when you do the Small Universe Sitting Meditation.

If you cannot afford the thirty minutes for Small Universe, then spend a few minutes having the energy flow through your front and back channels. Do this often throughout the day to melt blockages and bring in fresh, healing energy.

(As far as emailing me privately, I prefer to have messages here so that others can benefit from the exchange. Thanks.)


Re: Colds #47181 11/11/00 11:54 PM
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>>energy flow through your front and back channels...

What do you mean by that?

Also, what is the difference between spring water and regular boiled water? Why would combining them balance the bodily energies?


Re: Colds #47182 11/20/00 06:51 AM
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There are various energy channels in the body including two main ones: one that runs in the front of the torso and another in the back of the torso.

These two channels automatically connect each day following a regular cycle (11-1 at noon and 11-1 at midnight).

Practicing Qigong can help these channels connect any time during the day.

All of the other body's energy channels run through these channels making them vital for health and well-being. When the channels are connected, energy flows more freely.

The Spring Forest Qigong Personal Learning Course gets into this in more detail (and with elegance).

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The body has two forms of energy: Yin and Yang. Problems occur when they are out of balance. Qigong helps to bring these energies into balance.

I forget which is which--and I am at home so I cannot look it up--but boiled water is one form and spring water is the other form. Drinking this highly balanced water helps balance the energies in your body.



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