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Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches the fundamentals of meditation, with details about posture, the qi (energy) circulatory system, and how to properly practice Qigong Meditation to improve your vitality and increase your power. By progressing through these qigong meditation steps gradually,…

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Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches the fundamentals of meditation, with details about posture, the qi (energy) circulatory system, and how to properly practice Qigong Meditation to improve your vitality and increase your power.

By progressing through these qigong meditation steps gradually, one may develop the core energetic circulation of the body, which in turn provides abundant energy (qi / prana) to the circulatory system branching out to the entire body. The practice can improve your general health, and it is a fundamental step in the practice of spiritual enlightenment meditation.

Dr. Yang’s systematic approach to teaching offers deep insight into Qigong Meditation, usually reserved for longterm private students, and those practicing martial arts nei gong (internal cultivation), with techniques until recently kept secret in monasteries; includes one-on-one instruction by Dr. Yang of Embryonic Breathing, Laogong Breathing, Yongquan Breathing, Four Gates Breathing, and Martial Arts Grand Circulation.

This course is beginner-friendly and easy to follow for anyone interested in meditation of any style. This program is a must for serious qigong students, meditators, and energy healers, and it is recommended for yoga practitioners interested in studying the internal (energetic / kundalini) aspect of practice. This practice is beneficial for energy cultivation for yourself or with a partner, in dual cultivation practice, and fits with any meditation lineage.

• Dr. Yang guides you through his progressive qigong meditation methods.
• Develop incredible health and strength, and boost your immune system.
• Learn about the key Qi points in qigong meditation, the same as used in acupuncture.
• Learn rare Meditation Recovery Exercises to stretch and condition the torso and legs
• 50 minute guided meditation / 18 minute Recovery Exercises / 68 minutes / 1 hour 8 minutes

Many more streaming videos available from YMAA.com.

More meditation and qigong titles by Dr. Yang, Jing-Ming:
Understanding Qigong 1: What is Qigong? / Understanding the Qi Circulatory System
Understanding Qigong 2: Keypoints of Qigong / Qigong Breathing Theory
Understanding Qigong 3: Qigong Meditation – Embryonic Breathing
Understanding Qigong 4: Immune Boost Qigong – Four Seasons Qigong
Understanding Qigong 5: Qigong Meditation – Small Circulation
Understanding Qigong 6: Martial Arts Qigong Breathing

These stand-alone programs can be used sequentially, or individually, based on your meditation practice goals.

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