Chi-Gung and Chi-Gung Meditation are integral components in the study of Kung-Fu and Tai-Chi
Chi-Gung is as old as the art forms of Tai-Chi and Kung-Fu
The basic concepts of Chi-Gung are easily understood... practice over time produces positive results.
Chi-Gung and Chi-Gung Meditation are integral components in the study of Kung-Fu and Tai-Chi. Chi-Gung is a practice that increases and regulates the internal life energy within the body.
Much has been said as of late about Chi-Gung as it has become very popular in the western world. Chi-Gung is often presented as something new for the improvement of oneself. The development and practice of Chi-Gung is as old as the art forms of Tai-Chi and Kung-Fu. It must be understood that the development of Chi-Gung requires time and consistent practice.
Chi-Gung is unlike its physical counterparts of Kung-Fu and Tai-Chi. In these physical art forms improvement to a large degree can be enhanced by extending the duration of repetitive training. This is particularly true in the art of Kung-Fu and to a lesser degree, the art of Tai-Chi.
It is often misunderstood that complete Chi-Gung development requires the understanding and gradual removal of negative thought patterns and emotions allowing oneself to return to a truly natural state of being. In this natural state, the chi energy flows from the center of ourselves and creation producing a positive influence.
Chi-Gung is strongest when it comes from this natural state and becomes progressively corrupted with regimented thoughts and competitive ego centered manipulation. Although it is true that the basic concepts of Chi-Gung are easily understood it is its practice over time with a willingness to accept change that produces positive results.