Qi Gong Part II

Today, we switched our typical qi gong methods to another practice originating from the wudang traditions.  The postures and movements seem strange to me now but I still felt  an enormous boost in my energy afterward.  The third section is free form and I found myself moving arms, hands, and fingers as if I was a river with water flowing lazily toward its destiny.  My entire body was calm and my mind was silent.  This is a healing qi gong and after one introductory lesson, I already feel rejuvenation.

(u)   x(o)x

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