Chinese magic Qigong with 5000 years history - Key book of exercise for body and mind
Qigong is treasure of traditional Chinese culture with long history, Qigong that is important part of traditional Chinese medicine in past thousands years becomes effective method to promote body health, treat diseases and prevent body from disorders.
Qigong has functions to promote body health and prolong life because at first, exercise of Qigong can promote qi and blood in meridians, specially tonify primary qi of body, without diseases Qigong can strengthen body health, with diseases Qigong has effective method; at second, various styles of Qigong can harmonize essence, qi and mind together and promote vital activities of body, prolong life. There are three principles of Qigong exercise: 1)Relax and keep quiet - quiet of body and mind. 2)Regulation of respiration and concentration of mind (consciousness). 3)Harmonize essence, qi and mind.
There are four chapters: I. Basic Knowledge of Qigong: Introduction of the General Concept of Qigong, the Initiation and History of Qigong, the Features of Qigong and the Rationale for Its Therapeutic Effects, and modern Researches on Qigong etc. II. Basic Maneuvers of Qigong: Introduction of 15 popular and excellent styles of Qigong including Inner-Nourishing Qigong Exercise, Relaxation Qigong Exercise and Heavenly Circuit Qigong etc. III. Qigong Exercise for Therapeutic Purposes: Detailed description of 25 commonly seen diseases treated by self-exercise Qigong. IV. Other Methods of Qigong: Introduction of Qigong Exercise for Improving Intelligence, Giving Up Smoking, Cosmetic Treatment and Reducing Body Weight.
This book combines science, knowledge with popularization and practice. Exercise of styles includes 266 pictures to show key points, it is easy for fans of traditional Chinese culture to study self-health care and treatment of Qigong.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 20 Jan 2007
Last Updated 26 Jan 2011