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Qi Gong, a universal reminder.

There are numerous arts that may help to further one´s own personal development, but only those, that are primordial, like Qi Gong, are suitable as a reminder for the subtle restoration of one´s own body and mind. 

 

Neuroscience & the ancient arts.

According to the neuroscientist, Antonio Damasio, …”although the mind learns from the outside world through the brain, … the brain can only be informed through the body”. 

in his book "Self Comes to Mind, Constructing the Conscious Brain" Damasio explained, that movement is responsible for human evolution.  He said, that the operation of maintaining the body is `blind´ and doesn´t even require a mind, let alone a conscious mind.  He further added, that when the mind and the personality are put aside, more spontaneousness and implicitness will not only ensure the maintainance of the basic structure and state, but also the highest goal - survival.

The will to survive and the capacity to withstand all illnesses belongs to the humankind.  In order to stop and end genetic repetition gone awry, Damasio himself recommended the practice of the ancient Chinese arts, which comes from Daoist Medicine.  In ancient Chinese, the healing practice was simply called Daoist Medicine.  Through the years, the practice of Daoist Medicine, commonly known as Daoist Healing Arts, remained true to the Classical Texts of Chinese medicine.  Thus, it is indispensable to the practice of the present Chinese medicine & Chinese herbal medicine.  However, Daoist medicine remains missing in the study of the Traditional Chinese Medicine, TCM, in present times.

 

Qi Gong & Daoist Medicine for an experiential learning and self regulation practice.

Through the years our bodies had been naturally warned by various symptoms.  Experientially,  we found out that although these symptomatic complaints can be stopped temporarily, still they will repeatedly occur or increase.

Daoist Medicine, the origin of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is clear that what is excessively repetead in the  emotional & behavioral patterns will lead to loss of health.  Without knowledge of the ancient theories of self regulation, which can only be acquired through experiential learning, our individual efforts are often ineffectual.  Daoist Medizin not only includes methods, which can also be self-applied, but also Qi Gong, breathing and meditation exercises which are suitable to integrate for daily use to ensure strength and the further production of Qi.

According to neuroscience this is how a new neural path will be recorded in the human brain, which ultimately lead one to let go of unuseful & detrimental behavioral & emotional patterns.  Since the blockade will be lesser, if not yet totally obliterated, this will in effect lead to support the strengthening and the production of Qi.  Maintaining a regular training with like-minded persons in Qi Gong informs, encourages and inspires, to allow the strength needed for the self regulation of one´s own Qi and immunity system. 

The process of regulating & restoring physically, mentally, & emotionally remains active & continous.  It pre-requires self responsibility.  The classical texts of Chinese Medicine reminds us that the reason of our destruction is not the illness, but the disregard of the natural and universal laws.

                                                            

 

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