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    1. An Introduction to the Fine Art of Qigong by Sally Yasukawa. This article is an introduction to the art of Qigong. If you practice it patiently each day, in time you will be rewarded with improved health and fitness.

    2. Basic Qi Principles by Michael J. Gelb. A few basic insights that will help you get the most from qi-cultivation practices.

    3. Definition of Qi and Qigong by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. In order to understand qigong, you must first understand qi.

    4. Internal Qi Breathing by Michael Winn. The Daoist qigong approach to breathing is distinctly different from many other eastern methods of breathing.

    5. Is Qi Real? Yes, Beyond Any Doubt by Michael Winn. My biggest problem as a beginner was that I had been well brainwashed by western scientific ideas, a victim of my own ivy league education.

    6. Mantak Chia Discovers Chi (Qi) by Mantak Chia. Mantak Chia experiences chi/qi for the first time from a touch from his Master, White Cloud (or One Cloud) Hermit.

    7. Microcosmic Orbit by John Voigt. The Microcosmic Orbit, the foundational practice for all outer-physical and inner-spiritual Qi work is presented, along with the Macrocosm Orbit.

    8. Qi in Essence by Adam Wallace. Qi is regarded as a kind of message together with its carrier. The carrier is a kind of matter.

    9. Qi in Qigong by John Voigt. The concept of Qi as found in the practice of Chinese Qigong (Ch'i Kung).

    10. Qi in Qigong: The Theory by Various Sources. This entry was taken from sections of the article "Qigong" in the May 31, 2011 edition of Wikipedia.com

    11. Qi is Love by Michael Winn. All Qi is ultimately love flowing from source or flowing back to source. Put simply, Qi is love.

    12. Qigong Deviation by Various Sources. Negative somatic or mental reactions in the course of practicing Qigong.

    13. The Scope of Qigong Practice by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. Any activity that improves the qi circulation in our body may be 
called qigong.

    14. The Visionary Qigong of Guo Fengyi by Guo Fengyi, compiled by John Voigt. Through her spiritual qigong this world famous artist developed a visionary remote viewing which triggered automatic drawing. In her words: "The message comes from heaven." "My works serve as intermediaries towards mystical spaces." "I draw to know."

    15. What is Qi (Chi) Prana? by John Dolic. For millennia, prana/qi energy has been known to every single nation (big and small) and every culture in almost all parts of the world.

    16. Zhineng Qigong - Pour Qi Relaxation Exercise by Vlado Rashev. A moving qigong meditation using Hunyuan ("mixed original") Qi.

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