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Spring Forest Qigong vs. Three Circle #47183 11/13/00 04:18 AM
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How is Spring Forest Qigong different from the standard Standing three circle qigong? also does qigong help develop your sixth sense?

Re: Spring Forest Qigong vs. Three Circle #47184 11/13/00 05:46 AM
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What is Standing three circle qigong? Do you know of any web recources?

Re: Spring Forest Qigong vs. Three Circle #47185 11/14/00 06:04 AM
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standing 3 circle qigong is the basic qigong. YOu can check any work by Mantak Chia or Erle Montague.

Re: Spring Forest Qigong vs. Three Circle #47186 11/20/00 06:56 AM
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I have not studied "Standing Three Circle Qigong" so I cannot comment on the differences from Spring Forest Qigong.

There are tens of thousands of Qigong movements of varying degrees of usefulness and complexity. Spring Forest Qigong is a series of easy-to-follow movements that work specifically for health and well-being. It is considered "medical Qigong."

It is best to pick one form of Qigong and master it. Practice it for years. If you are not completely satisfied with the form you are practicing, then try out another form. Window shopping is fine as long as at some point you focus on one form. Otherwise you will miss many of the benefits of practicing Qigong.



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