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Chi Kung
the art of breathing: the fundamental basis of tai chi

 

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> 1: Foreign Traditions
> 2: the Chi Kung Lesson
> Discourse on the Mindfulness of Breathing

 

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Chi Kung is a term used to describe various forms of exercise where breathing is of central importance. The term is generally used to refer to those which make use of the breath to either increase, balance, or control the chi (the essential life-force of all living things) . Chi means air. Chi Kung means to practice the process of breathing to increase chi pressure (life-force pressure).

 
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