Harnessing the Power of Qigong Energy for Balance and Harmony
Taking the time to learn about Qigong energy for balance and harmony, allows you to take control of your health. Thousands of people around the world enhance their well-being by practicing easy qigong techniques. They include simple body movements, qigong breathing, and meditation.
In our fast-paced modern life, we are constantly faced with many health challenges and recommendations. Just in the diet category alone, low fat, no fat, carbs for fuel, no carbs, low carbs, high protein, and many more.
Doctors have their own views, including drugs and sometimes invasive surgery.With all these choices, one thing remains constant, you can improve your well-being every day by practicing qigong.
By learning to use Qigong energy for harmony and balance, many people report they reduce stress and anxiety, increase mental acuity, and improve balance and flexibility.
Some people feel results very quickly, others may feel subtle changes over time. You may find yourself being less reactive to situations or being able to step back and work through situations with less effort. Practicing qigong can benefit and impact people in many ways.
Practicing daily allows us to remain in an “energy” balance. By learning to connect with the unlimited universal energy, we get what we need.
When we go beyond what our natural energy balance is, we start using our inherited qi, or our essence. This puts a strain on our kidney qi causing imbalances within our organs.
Practicing qigong daily, along with enough sleep, eating seasonal foods, and reducing stress, is a formula for improved health and vitality.
Daily Qigong Routine
I have been practicing and teaching Emei Qigong for over 17 years. We believe that you take whatever medical help that you need at the time. We also believe that by establishing a daily qigong routine, you can prevent and ward off many of the problems before they happen.
Sometimes we get in the way of our own health. When we think too much and overreact to situations we can’t control, we can create imbalances in our energy field. This forces our bodies into a crisis mode, rather than obtaining a state of optimum health.
A daily qigong routine can be as simple as 10 minutes of gentle movement and coordinated breathing to doing up to an hour or more of moving meditations called Qigong Forms or seated still Qigong Meditation.
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Everything we do in our life requires qi. It is our life force. We have an internal energy flow and a body energy field that work together and are connected to universal energy. This energy (qi) is transported through our body by meridians and stored in major energy centers, (Gates and Dantians) and when balanced, allows our body to heal organically.
Qigong movements have a way of moving your energy. By moving your energy in this way, you can have a free flow of energy (Qi) and blood to your organs, creating harmony and balance throughout your entire body.
Moving qi also breaks up stagnant qi in our body. The stagnant qi is often the result of emotional trauma. If this stagnant qi blocks our free flow of healthy qi, it may lead to physical ailments. Moving or breaking up this qi by using qigong movements can prevent the manifestation of physical ailments and allows our body to harmonize and obtain optimal health.
The first part of Emei Qigong’s Wuji Gong Form is designed to open the meridians and major energy centers of our bodies, allowing for a free flow of balancing energy (qi). The second part, Self-Wuji, allows us to connect with the universal energy in a way that brings out our latent abilities and spiritual attunement.
Qigong healing is easy to learn. Emei Qigong teaches techniques for healing ourselves as well as others.
Some of the techniques are related to breathing and movement. Others are still qigong meditations. There are also specific healing techniques that require skill and practice.
All the techniques are available to learn in our classes, workshops and seminars that are offered during the year.
Emei Qigong is a healing art that was created almost 800 years ago. It combines many different healing modalities and has been fine-tuned over the years to be taught and learned by anyone who desires enhanced health.
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It is strictly a healing art, and Its concepts and principles go back thousands of years and are based on Traditional Chinese Medicine 5 Elements Theory.Healing often starts by reflecting on our inner self. By learning to clear our minds while working with the pure energy of the universe, we can influence our own health.
Most people, once they join a class or learn from qigong videos, find the movements and breathing fun and easy to learn. The best thing is, they often feel the difference very quickly.
Qigong Therapy - Harnessing the Power of Qigong Energy for Balance and Harmony
Emei Qigong uses still and moving qigong. Sometimes still meditation is a little more challenging to learn. That’s where mediation in motion comes in. This way you move and breath through gentle exercises and relax in a way you wouldn’t be able to achieve on your own.
Qigong therapy can include practicing forms and meditation but can go much deeper than just simple qigong exercises.
Emei Qigong incorporates TCM 5 Element theory and practices. It includes medical qigong principles with “energy based” protocols to work on specific areas of the body, ailments/illnesses and organs. Very often, physical ailments are related to emotional trauma, so learning how to release this disruptive energy (qi) is an important part of reversing illness.
Emei Qigong forms, such as the Standing Form or 18 Methods Form, directly engage in movements that specifically target the opening of energy pathways and the balancing of organ energy within our body. These forms focus on precise techniques that facilitate the harmonization of our internal energy system.
5 Element QiGong
Chinese Medicine tells us that all things are based on the 5 Elements.
Each Element relates to a Yin and Yang organ, each organ relates to a season.
Heart-Small Intestine – Summer
Lung-Large Intestine – Autumn
Liver - Gallbladder – Spring
Spleen - Stomach – Part of all 4 seasons
Kidney - Bladder – Winter
The Teachings of Emei Qigong
In Emei Qigong, each element has a healing sound associated with that element. The sounds are used for harmonizing and balancing the individual organs.
The Emei Qigong Healing System has an unbroken lineage of almost 800 years. Based on a specific healing frequency that originated on Emei Mountain in China.
Lineage is the definition (or connection) of how qigong methods are passed down. This is important because, without a direct connection grounded in solid energetic methods, most of your efforts can be wasted.
This energetic frequency is at the heart of all the Emei teachings.... whether qigong, meditation, chanting, or sound healing. It is based on many of the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. (TCM)
TCM principles believe that “Qi” or a person’s energy must flow freely throughout the body for people to feel their best. If “Qi” becomes stagnant health problems can occur.
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What Can I Expect if I Practice Qigong?
Many people report lowered stress and anxiety, increased focus, improvement in mental acuity, and improved balance and flexibility.
By learning to connect with qigong energy for harmony and balance, you will see many subtle changes over time. This may include feeling calmer and being less reactive are talked about often by practitioners and cultivators.
Most of the qigong forms and exercises can be practiced by people of all ages and conditions. These gentle but structured forms help make you stronger, more balanced, (emotionally and physically), flexible and healthier.
Modifications can be made to fit virtually every situation including those who need a chair or wheelchair. Emei Qigong helps with overall movement and posture
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What does Qigong do for the Body?
Qigong employs gentle movements and exercises to stimulate the flow of energy within the body, while simultaneously bringing calmness to the mind and spirit.
Its objective is to provide the body with the necessary tools for healing and improvement on all levels. Through dedicated practice, one can delve into a deeper level of Qigong, allowing for spiritual alignment and attunement.
When we refer to "the body," it encompasses not only the physical aspect but also the emotional and spiritual dimensions of our being
How Many Times a Week Should I Practice Qigong?
It is highly recommended to practice Qigong on a daily basis whenever feasible. Numerous opportunities are available to participate in online Qigong classes or utilize Qigong videos to establish a consistent daily routine. Working with a Qigong Instructor or Master can be advantageous as they can provide guidance in learning a suitable routine or specific techniques that align with your schedule.
A beneficial Qigong routine can range from as short as 10 minutes to an hour or even longer, depending on your preference and availability.
Additionally, we have introduced local Qigong and Sound Bath Healing Sessions in Vail and Tucson, Arizona, USA. These sessions provide a local setting for Qigong practice and offer the added benefit of sound bath healing. Click Here for Information on Local Events.
We offer regularly scheduled Zoom classes, enabling individuals to participate remotely from the comfort of their own homes.
Does Qigong Really Work?
Scientific studies have demonstrated that practicing Qigong can reduce symptoms of depression, decrease anxiety levels, and improve overall mood compared to individuals who do not engage in Qigong.
Furthermore, Qigong has been found to contribute to the maintenance of bone health, cardiovascular well-being, and enhanced balance. These benefits highlight the positive impact that Qigong can have on mental and physical health.
What are the Healing Sounds of Qigong?
The Emei Qigong Sacred Healing Sounds are connected to all 5 Elements (seasons) and the frequency of our organs. Each of the 5 Elements is associated with a specific organ and each organ has a specific Sacred Healing Sound. The exception is Fire which has two sounds.
Fire (Heart, Zhen & Deng) Pronounced Jen & Dung
Metal (Lung, Shang)
Wood (Liver, Ge) Pronounced Guh
Earth (Spleen, Gong Guo) Pronounced Gong Gua
Water (Kidneys, Hei) Pronounced Hay
There are two additional Healing Sounds, the Stomach (Hai) pronounced Hi, and the Brain (Hong). The Emei Qigong Universal Healing Mantra is used for relaxation and meditation and mobilizes the universal energy.
A, Mi, Di, Li, Gong, Zhen, Hong,(Ah, Mee, Dee, Lee, Gong, Jen, Hong)
Each vital organ in our body emits its own unique frequencies or sounds. When an organ is imbalanced, it creates a burden on the other organs as well. In a state of good health, the sounds produced by our organs are harmonious, following a regular pattern and rhythm.
By practicing Qigong and engaging in activities such as singing and chanting these organ sounds, we enhance the benefits of Qigong practice. This harmonizes our entire body, promoting overall well-being and balance.
Where Can I Learn Qigong?
Stan Pannone, 14th Generation Emei Qigong Master, offers 5 weekly online (Zoom) classes plus training and seminars throughout the year. He also has LIVE local classes and private sessions for individual training and distance energy healing sessions.
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During my Private Sessions, I provide a unique approach by combining Emei Qigong Techniques with vibrational sound therapy. This integrated approach aims to strengthen and restore balance to your "Qi" energy which is vital to your well-being. Through the combination of these modalities, we work together to promote healing and harmony in your energy system.
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What are Qigong Classes?
Qigong classes can encompass a variety of practices based on the instructor's preferences. In my classes, I focus on the Emei System, which consists of four different forms regularly practiced, totaling 12 forms in total. These forms involve moving qigong, which can be described as a form of moving meditation.
Moreover, our scheduled classes incorporate three different meditations as part of the qigong still practice. These meditative practices offer an opportunity for stillness and inner reflection within the realm of qigong.
We also incorporate micro training into the classes, which involves isolating and opening specific energy pathways in the body. These shorter sequences are often utilized to stimulate the energy flow within particular organs, allowing for targeted energy work and enhancement.
How to Pronounce Qigong
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What is Qigong Meditation?
In some ways, all of the qigong’s practices can be considered meditation. In Emei Qigong, we have many types of moving meditation. They are sometimes referred to as forms. These forms are structured and have specific movements and breathing patterns that help move our energy (qi).
Back when qigong was first brought to this country, many of the Chinese Masters taught only forms because of the language limitations. Therefore, these forms became the focus of many of the qigong styles. These forms can be referred to as moving qigong or moving meditation. Some forms like Emei's flagship form, Wuji Gong, have both still and moving meditation principles. In Emei Qigong, we have 12 Forms that are associated with our style.
Silent or still meditation is what many people think of when they think of meditating. It usually refers to connecting with or counting breaths or repeating a mantra. The idea is to quiet the mind and bring oneself into a stillness that achieves a state of mental calmness and clarity. To the new person, trying to find this peaceful state can be challenging.
That is why following a moving pattern, connected with proper breathing can be easier to connect with. Click here for information on meditation and qigong movements.
When was Qigong Created?
The documented history of qigong goes back approximately 2,500 years but Chinese archaeologists and historians have found references to qigong techniques from at least 5,000 years ago.
Emei Qgong, in written form, goes back almost 800 years. It originated on Emei Mountain, and its teachings have been handed down from Monk to Monk, until mid-1900 where it began to be available to the public.
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What Are the Three Treasures of Qigong?
The three treasures of Qigong are Jing, (essence), Qi (energy), and Shen (Spirit).
These “Treasures’ are precious jewels that need to be nurtured and protected.
At their core, they make up who we are as individuals. They give you life and identity.
Qigong helps to integrate your three treasures into your life. This leads to healthier mind, body and spirit.
Emei Qigong’s Wuji Gong Form incorporates the Three Treasures into its movements.
When is the Best Time to Practice Qigong?
The question you raise is quite intriguing. The straight forward answer is that practicing Qigong on a daily basis tends to yield more effective results.
Ideally, it would be advantageous to identify optimal times for practice. The most favorable moments occur during the Yin/Yang transfer, which typically takes place around 12 am and 12 pm. Depending on the time of day, practicing in the morning (the time of Yang) may impart a slightly different experience compared to practicing in the early evening (the time of Yin).Considering our fast-paced lifestyles, the best time to engage in Qigong is whenever you have the opportunity. It is important to prioritize consistency rather than adhere strictly to specific time slots. A qualified Qigong Instructor or Master can assist you in designing a customized program that supports your maintenance and enhancement goals, ensuring a balanced and energetically supported practice Click Here to View Our Calendar of Classes, Training, and Events
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How Qigong Heals
It has been known by many “Qi” energy-based healing systems that stuck or slow-moving Qi, can cause imbalances and diseased energy in the body.
Very often, psychological trauma causes energy to stop moving and these blockages can manifest itself into a physical illness.
By learning and practicing qigong techniques, one can learn to move this energy so that the body can function more efficiently.Many Techniques, Forms, Meditations, Micro Training, and Movements can help enhance your health. Emei Qigong has easy-to-learn techniques.
Qigong For Seniors
The benefit of qigong is not related to specific ages. But it is known as we age that health challenges for some become an obstacle to staying mobile and healthy. Its gentle movements, breathing and mindfulness help people reach optimal health.
Emei Qigong offers many forms and movements that Seniors can feel comfortable and confident doing. These gentle qigong exercises meet you where you are, so modifying some of the movements is easy and works with people with limited mobility, in a chair or wheelchair.
A Certified Instructor or Master can help you with organizing a daily qigong routine to help with both physical and emotional balance and increase your vitality with people of any age or physical condition.
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Practicing Qigong In Winter
We discussed the connection between Qigong and the 5 Elements of Chinese Medicine TCM. Winter is the most Yin Season, which means the tendency of the energy is to go down and in. For many people, this slows their metabolism and willingness to stay activity. In Qigong, we work with the environment and the seasons and can adjust our practice to accommodate these external influences.
To explain this further, an excessively Yang Person is often Yin deficient. This person can tend to be overactive, has a harder time with still meditation, can be over emotional and “runs hot” creating imbalances of the heart.
To balance an excessive Yang person they would need to increase Yin-type meditations and movements..
In the winter, the most Yin season of the year, their Yin Qi is naturally stronger and, in some people, lowers their Yang energy very often causing inactivity and lethargy. Also, in the winter, the organ that is associated with the Kidneys.
Emei Qigong has specific breathing and movements to strengthen our Kidney Qi (essence), as well as the other organs.
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