I’m certain you’ve heard this saying:

“Give a dude a fish and you feed him for a day.
Teach a dude to fish and you feed him for life.”

Or something like that.

Well today’s a special day and I’m going to teach you how to fish for all the Qigong nourishment you could ever wish to catch.

Here’s the scoop.

This is my 400th post since starting the Qigong15 project.

The first was back in November 2009.

For the sake of argument let’s assume that each post is an average of 500 words. Which is very conservative as most of my earlier posts were around the 1000+ word mark.

But to keep the math easy we’ll use an average of 500. So let’s see, 500 words multiplied by 400 posts equals 200,000 words.

200,000 words seems like a lot doesn’t it?

But what does 200,000 words actually look like? Well let me put it into context for you.

If you’ve got a copy of my book: Smiling From The Heart (http://smilingfromtheheart.com) you’ll notice that it’s 166 pages. Checking the original manuscript I find that it’s 38,218 words in length.


200,000 words on the Qigong15 blog divided by 38,218 words in my SFTH book = 5.23 books.


There’s between 5 and 6 books worth of free Qigong rich information on my Qigong15 blog.

And now I’m going to teach you a simple and easy technique that will allow you to fish in that huge pool of Qigong goodness and catch exactly the information you want.

Are you ready?

Let’s do this together in real-time, okay?

Follow these instructions:

  1. Open a new web browser window and if possible put the new window next to this one so you can see both. Don’t worry if that doesn’t make sense for you. It’s not that important. It just saves you going backwards and forwards between windows.
  2. Open up your favourite search engine (Google, Bing, whatever).
  3. In the search box type: convict site:qigong15.com and press enter.

If you’ve followed the instructions correctly, you’ll find my ‘Qigong and Weight Loss’ post comes up in the results. Along with about 150 characters of text to give you an idea of what’s in that post.

Now as I’m sure you’ve already worked out, you can swap the word ‘convict’ for anything you want.

Just try to keep it specific. If you use the word ‘Qigong exercises’ for example, you’re going to get over 500 results returned. Which will keep you busy =)

So have fun with it because this technique I’ve just taught you could prove to be a very useful tool for the future.

Why’s that Marcus? You ask.

Well, as I get closer to launching the physical, in print, hold in your hands, delivered to your house each month ‘Qigong Inner Circle Letter’ (QICL) I’ll be spending less time replying directly to questions from people who’ve bought my books.

And once it does launch I’ll pretty much stop altogether as I shift my focus and support completely to QSHSC and QICL subscribers.

So this: site:qigong15.com fishing technique I’ve just taught you will come in handy if you’re looking for answers to your questions.

If you’re not already on the early bird notification list for the QICL launch, you can find your invitation to join here:


I hope you’ll join me and the other 187 early birds for this unique Qigong opportunity.

Right, that’s my 400th post completed, here’s to the next 400!

Have a lovely weekend and I’ll catch up with you again on Monday.

Happy fishing!


P.S Yes, this fishing technique I’ve taught you works on other websites too! E.g.
site:searchsite.com – use this technique responsibly!