Here’s a question for you…

Have you ever noticed how different Qigong Exercises make you feel different?

Shooting Arrows always makes me feel strong and confident.

Butterfly Dancing always makes me feel happy.

Lohan Strikes with Wide Eyes always makes me want to catch speeding bullets between my teeth, jump tall buildings in a single leap and kick ass and take names.

Now it’s more than just the different meridians – energy streams – of your body being stimulated by the movements of the form.

At least it is if you practice PERFECT Qigong.

It starts by entering a Qigong State of Mind (QSoM), one of those three core skills you keep hearing me banging on about.

Then your motion not only enhances your energy flow, it also creates emotion too.

Movement on it’s own is useful.

It’s why I recommend you go for a walk when you need to calm down.

But movement combined with a QSoM like in your PERFECT Qigong practice is a powerful healing medicine Grasshopper.

Try it for yourself.

Look at the Qigong Exercises you know and see for yourself if you experience different emotions when you do them.

I mean, it can’t just be me right?

How can you use this information to benefit your life?

Well, let’s say you’re due to give a presentation at work, or about to do something later in the day that would benefit from you being in a particular emotional state.

Based on the information in this Qigong Daily, you might want to make a specific Qigong Exercise the focus of your practice for the next few days.

To ramp up that emotion.

Try it for yourself and you’ll see I’m right.

You can find enough Qigong Exercises in my book Shaolin Chi Kung to keep you happy for a lifetime. Along with in depth explanations on the three core skills you need to master so you can practice them as Qigong and gain all the benefits of Qigong.

You’ll also discover:

  1. Powerful tools hardly anybody else knows about that will help you get better results faster.
  2. Trouble shooting tips so if you hit a road block, you’ve got the solution.
  3. How to handle disturbances during your practice.
  4. How to speed up your natural healing process
  5. The two most powerful words in Qigong
  6. Ten dos and don’ts for your practice.
  7. An important little exercise that will radically alter your perception on ageing.

Along with full, clear descriptions on how to practice all 18 Qigong Exercises from the famous Shaolin 18 Lohan Hands Qigong set.

Sound interesting to you?

Full details here:

http://ShaolinChiKungBook.com

Bye for now

Marcus

P.S. In case you were wondering, Chi Kung is just a different way of spelling Qigong. They’re both the art of deliberately enhancing your body’s vital energy. So you can live a happier, healthier and longer life.