What is Qigong?

Qigong is a form of energetic exercise that arises from an ancient Chinese tradition of martial arts and meditative movement practices. Qigong is actually a modern term that originated in the mid 20th century to describe the enormous variety of Chinese energetic exercises that had developed over the past several millenia. Taichi (or taiji chuan)Continue reading “What is Qigong?”

What is Qi?

This is one of the most important topics on this website. Qi (also written chi) is a complex Chinese term that has a number of meanings. It is most often translated as “breath” or “energy“, but can also refer to the weather, the mood of a certain day, things having to do with air, oxygen,Continue reading “What is Qi?”

Intentional Healing as Music: Auto-Tuning a Symphonic Field

What models do we think with when we approach the subject of intention? What’s the grammar and the syntax of this kind of work? Does it even matter? In this post, you’re going to presented with some food for thought – in the form of an intentional, musical theory of reality. I’m not necessarily positingContinue reading “Intentional Healing as Music: Auto-Tuning a Symphonic Field”

Zen and the Art of Biophysics

If you’ve ever wondered what the fine-structure fabric of space-time looks like, take a walk on the beach. (Next time you can.) At some critical point in the evolution of scientific understanding – metaphor ceases to be metaphor. Dr. Mae Wan Ho refers to the work of her fellow scientist and teacher Emilio Del GiudiceContinue reading “Zen and the Art of Biophysics”

Intention Ontology: Applied and Theoretical

Intentional healing is a practice available to everyone. Many systems of intentional healing, or energwork – as it’s often called, treat the hands as being points of “emission”, “projection”, or “emanation” of some kind of energy. Rather, in intentional healing the hands or any point in space can serve somply as a placeholder for theContinue reading “Intention Ontology: Applied and Theoretical”

On The Nature of Qi and Source Qi

“Qi is to electromagnetism as steam is to water.” – Eileen McKusick, Founder of Biofield Tuning Eileen McKusick states that what we call “subtle energy” in the West, is “really a form of diffuse magnetism” or “a diffuse magnetic fluid”. (I would add to that – superfluid.) How fitting, the ancient pictograph for qi,… …whichContinue reading “On The Nature of Qi and Source Qi”

The Healing Power of Spirituality

In my last article, I laid the foundation for some concepts regarding our actual, physical interaction with the Dao. What has always been understood in all cultures under mystical pretense is now the purview of a unification between physics and biology. One that – if appreciated with an appropriate sense of wonder and an openContinue reading “The Healing Power of Spirituality”

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