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     Found 81 articles.



    Articles:

    1. A Biological Interpretation of Qi by Robert Chuckrow, Ph.D.

       

    2. Basic Concepts of Qi by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming.

       

    3. Basic Qi Principles by Michael J. Gelb.

       

    4. Ch'i (Qi): Universal Vital Energy by Terence Dunn.

       

    5. Dao and Qi - excerpts by Livia Kohn, Ph.D..

       

    6. Definition of Qi and Qigong by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming.

       

    7. Essentials of Mind Approach in Practicing Taijiquan by Henry Zhuang.

       

    8. Evidence of Instant Effect of External Qi by Shui Yin Lo, PhD.

       

    9. Feng Shui, Native American Beliefs and Health by James Loretta.

       

    10. Gods Living In The Body? by Professor Jerry Alan Johnson.

       

    11. How is Qi Transmitted? by Robert Chuckrow, Ph.D.

       

    12. How the Alchemist Shapes the Qi Field by Michael Winn.

       

    13. Improve Your Brain With Qi by Shui Yin Lo, PhD.

       

    14. Internal Qi Breathing by Michael Winn.

       

    15. Is Qi Real? Yes, Beyond Any Doubt by Michael Winn.

       

    16. Light, Color, Qi and Feng Shui by James Loretta.

       

    17. Lü Dongbin by Lü Dongbin.

       

    18. Much Ado About Qi by Terence Dunn.

       

    19. Prana Excerpts from Raja Yoga by Swami Vivekananda.

       

    20. Primordial Tai Chi: Whole-body Beliefs vs. Head Trips by Michael Winn.

       

    21. Qi (Chi) and Feng Shui by James Loretta.

       

    22. Qi and Chen Taijiquan (T'ai Chi) by Various Sources.

       

    23. Qi and Feng Shui: An Introduction by John Voigt.

       

    24. Qi and the American Indian by James Loretta.

       

    25. Qi as an Energy Matrix by John Bracy.

       

    26. Qi as Entertainment: The Force in Star Wars by Various Sources.

       

    27. Qi Definition by Various Sources.

       

    28. Qi from the Wikipedia archives by Various Sources.

       

    29. Qi in Calligraphy by Steven Luo.

       

    30. Qi In Chinese Painting by John Voigt.

       

    31. Qi in Daoism: Lu Dongbin's Hundred Word Monument by Lu Dongbin.

       

    32. Qi in Martial Arts by Dr. Paul Lam.

       

    33. Qi in Modern Art: Vincent van Gogh and Jackson Pollock by John Voigt.

       

    34. Qi in New World Encyclopedia by Various Sources.

       

    35. Qi in Qigong by John Voigt.

       

    36. Qi in the "Daodejing" by John Voigt.

       

    37. Qi in the Internal Martial Arts by John Bracy.

       

    38. Qi in Traditional Chinese Medicine by Marty Eisen, Ph.D.

       

    39. Qi in Traditional Chinese Thought by Marty Eisen, Ph.D.

       

    40. Qi in Tuina by John Voigt.

       

    41. Qi Is the Real Secret of Creativity by Michael J. Gelb.

       

    42. Qi's Role in Taijiquan by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming.

       

    43. Qi-Matter As Energy by Joseph Needham.

       

    44. Qi: The Thumbnail Sketch by John Voigt.

       

    45. Qigong Deviation by Various Sources.

       

    46. Taijiquan Jing by Zhang Sanfeng.

       

    47. The Concept of Qi by Alex Holland, M.Ac., L. Ac..

       

    48. The Concept of Qi in Acupuncture Core Therapy: Visible Qi—Invisible Qi by Shoji Kobayashi.

       

    49. The Daoist Character for Qi by Ken Rose.

       

    50. The Essence of Qi by Master Joseph Yu and Elizabeth Moran.

       

    51. The History and Concept of Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    52. The Implications of the Scientific Theories of New Physics by Professor Man Fong Mei.

       

    53. The Meaning of Qi by Master Zhongxian Wu.

       

    54. The Qi of Life by Denise Thunderhawk, L.Ac.

       

    55. The Ten Essentials of Taijiquan by Yang Chengfu.

       

    56. Turbid Qi by Professor Jerry Alan Johnson.

       

    57. Two Keys for Regulating Your Breathing and Circulating Qi by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming.

       

    58. Understanding the Concept of Qi by Professor Jerry Alan Johnson.

       

    59. Understanding Yin, Yang and Qi by Alan Keith Tillotson, LAc. (Licensed Acupuncturist, Delaware), and Registered Herbalist.

       

    60. Unveiling the "Message" by Professor Jerry Allan Johnson.

       

    61. What is Acupuncture? by Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP.

       

    62. What is Qi and How To See It—Acupuncture by Shui Yin Lo, PhD.

       

    63. What is Qi? by Ken Rose.

       

    64. What is Qi? by James Flowers.

       

    65. What is Qi? by Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP.

       

    66. What Is Qi? (and Other Concepts) by Christopher Hafner.

       

    67. What is The Nature of Qi? by Sally Yasukawa.

       

    68. Zhang Sanfeng by Various Sources.

       

    69. Taijiquan Treatise by Wang Zongyue.

       

    70. The Formation of Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    71. Exposition of Insights into the Practice of the Thirteen Postures by Wu Yuxiang.

       

    72. The Functions of Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    73. Song of the Thirteen Postures by Anonymous.

       

    74. The Movement of Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    75. The Classification of Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    76. Modern investigations on Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    77. The Significance of Studying Qi by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    78. The Comparisons between Qi and Bioenergy by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    79. The Effects of QIHM and QRHM on Energy Metabolism—An experimental perspective by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    80. Conclusion to "Approach to the Nature of Qi in TCM - Qi and Bioenergy" by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

    81. References for "An Approach to the Nature of Qi" by Xing-Tai Li and Jia Zhao.

       

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