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31st May

Sorry to say it has been too long since I wrote something but I’m prompted by a reader’s comment regarding the difficulty in using the ‘mind’ or ‘intention’ in practicing Qi Gong.

In writing this I will try to keep the discussion simple since you will quickly see or already know how complex this subject is. So for this blog just assume by the word ‘mind intention’ I mean your ability to focus mental energy in the form of concentration according to a plan or goal and maintain that condition over a period of time to the exclusion of any interference. In Qi Gong ‘intention’ or ‘mind intention’ since ‘mind has characteristics other than intention alone, is a word that is often used too loosely. In qi gong circles it often means anything that requires temporary attention making it all … Read More »

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