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    Qigong

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    Qigong, pronounced (chee-gung), a Chinese health care therapy has been practiced for more than five thousand years. Hundreds of millions people are practicing Qigong, but it wasn’t always this way. It is said that the creators of Qigong were Chinese scholars, Kongz and Mengzi. They used it as a method of moral training. This form of medicine used to not be taught outside family bloodlines and royalty in China. It is a type of traditional exercise that is used for maintaining health and fitness. It

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    felt somewhat stressed therefore I participated in some Qigong walking. I decided to eat healthier food today because I know from my research that a diet can improve health. I did find it hard to change my eating habits. My stress was not as high today. 10/23 I had a suicidal patient at my internship which was somewhat stressful. I was able to handle situation well and provide the necessary care for the patient. I participated in some Qigong therapy, I lost count a few times when performing the meditation

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    Qi-Energy, Qi Gong, and Neurons

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    Qi-Energy, Qi Gong, and a Question of Neurons "The progress of science and technology in modern times shows for the destiny of the human species two faces, like the two-headed god Janus. One face revealed by science and technology is that of the God of Light brightly illuminating the future for humanity and guaranteeing an affluent and pleasant happiness. The other face is the God of Darkness, who betrays a power that could bring terrifying destruction to the world and human kind. Today we are

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    Persecution of Falun Gong Becomes Unlawful Why should I become a victim to what I believe in? The Chinese Republic has brainwashed,tortured, and killed most the population of the Falun Gong members. The Falun Gong itself is a peaceful religion, that believed in maintaining a healthy lifestyle with calm meetings and meditating. So, what exactly made this group become the major enemy of the Republic? The type of punishments that the Falun Gong members had to endure, were made to dehumanize the people

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    Martial Arts

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    Martial Arts When you think of martial arts, what comes to mind? The slow, calm movements of Tai-Chi Chuan or maybe the faster, hard movements of Karate or Tae Kwon Do. No matter what you think of it always contains practiced movements of the body and a lot of concentration. These two elements combined with spirit and patience is basically what martial arts consists of. Martial arts is so great because it strengthens each of these aspects of body and mind to make a beautiful display of movement

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    Organs of the Peaceful People

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    Organs of the Peaceful People “Does the person know that his organ will be removed?” an investigator asked a chinese doctor. “No, he does not know about it,” the doctor replied. Barely anyone knows of this disturbing act; people who follow the Falun Gong religion are being murdered and their organs are getting taken away. The mass murder of Falun Gong followers was recently discovered in 2006, after thousands had already been killed. Unbelievable amounts of Falun Gong followers were sent to concentration

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    Personal Statement

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    The sun exploded into a million shades of orange. I sat, friends at each side, atop a monstrous pile of boulders. I looked over the vastness of Joshua Tree National Park, and saw a glimpse of myself. Love filled my soul; love of people, love of family. The backcountry has always helped me find this love; it has been my personal north star, shepherding me toward research and medicine. I started backpacking at 13, trekking across the winter-harsh lands of Idaho and Montana. It was difficult,

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    How Do Qigong Exercises Help Your Heart? Many people consider Qigong to be the best health exercise ever devised. A strong statement? Perhaps, but most of those who practice this form of exercise would likely agree. Are you here because your doctor or a friend suggested using Qigong exercises due to a health problem you are experiencing. Maybe you heard what a great exercise it is for your health. Or, it could be that you’re just seeking information about Qigong exercises. If any of that sounds

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    movement When I review the FLG movement and find that the qigong boom and FLG were inseparable, the explosion of qigong is one of the most significant cultural phenomena in the modern history in China. In the 1940s, modern qigong, on the one hand, was created as a part of a movement to modernize, institutionalise and popularise traditional medical and health technologies that created a boom. On the other hand, the marketization of qigong was considerable towards increased commodification and commercialisation

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    Atom And Qi

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    Atom & Qi The atom is the smallest portion of a substance that is not perceivable by human senses. The notion of atoms was conceived by ancient Greeks and was developed over thousands of years of scientific inquiry. The concept of qi as the most basic substance of which the world (everything) is comprised, was understood by the ancient Chinese. Both ¡¥atom¡¦ and ¡¥qi¡¦ are believed to exist by human beings and both are considered to be unseen objects (until we could see atoms recently). However,

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