What is Qigong?
The combination of physical and meditative elements together is the basic exercising system in Chinese medicine is known as Qigong. Qigong is pronounced as chee-gun. Qigong exercises are such that they strengthen and balance the Qi flow energy, enlighten your Shen and preserve your Jing.
Yin and Yang aspects are included in the Qigong exercises and meditations. Yin means being it, and Yang means doing it. Yin qigong is done through relaxed breathing, visualization, and stretching. Whereas, Yang is done more aerobically or more dynamically. Immune systems get effectively supported by Yang exercises. People who have cancer in China extensively undergoes Qigong.
How does Qigong work?
Through Twelve Primary Channels and more Eight Extra Channels, the Qi energy is moved in the regime of Qigong’s spiritual and physical routine that strengthens one’s body, smoothens the flow and balances it. Through Qigong exercises, the Chinese medicines help to maintain health, extend longevity and prevent illness as it is a very powerful tool to maintain and restore the harmony of Channels, Organ Systems, and Essential Substances. One can also use Qigong in a non-medical purpose, such as to pursue enlightenment and fighting.
Anyone of any age can do qigong. There’s no need to run a marathon or bench press a car for pursuing healthfulness and enjoy the benefits.
At the time your qigong exercises and medications are designed, you have to pick the things that suit your constitution. Everyone’s constitution varies from each other. There are imbalances that we have inherited that we can’t control, but we must work with them. This is the reason that some people can easily achieve strength and balance. For Qigong, it doesn’t matter what your nature is; you will become the most balanced person you can be with the help of qigong.