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Kudos to the editing team who worked with Master Hui Liu for over a year on refinements to her Dayan Qigong/Wen Wu School text book. The 2015, 3rd edition text is substantially different from the 2006, 2nd edition. The information flows well and is annotated nicely. Titles for warm-ups, massages,...
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Kudos to the editing team who worked with Master Hui Liu for over a year on refinements to her Dayan Qigong/Wen Wu School text book. The 2015, 3rd edition text is substantially different from the 2006, 2nd edition. The information flows well and is annotated nicely. Titles for warm-ups, massages,...
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Many thanks to Wen Wu School instructor, Peggy Dey for bringing to our attention an article written by John Tierney who writes a column, Findings, for the Science Times section of the NY TIMES. His Dec 15, 2014 online posting of this article ("A Meditation on the Art of Not Trying") appeared in the...
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Many thanks to Wen Wu School instructor, Peggy Dey for bringing to our attention an article written by John Tierney who writes a column, Findings, for the Science Times section of the NY TIMES. His Dec 15, 2014 online posting of this article ("A Meditation on the Art of Not Trying") appeared in the...
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Student's Question:  When doing the external movements,what I should pay attention to internally? My mind intent "Yi?" In other words where should my mind be focused on at any point during the form? Or should my mind be empty and the movement itself will move the qi? I look at it   like a mantra...
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Student's Question:  When doing the external movements,what I should pay attention to internally? My mind intent "Yi?" In other words where should my mind be focused on at any point during the form? Or should my mind be empty and the movement itself will move the qi? I look at it   like a mantra...
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Student's Question:  When doing the external movements,what I should pay attention to internally? My mind intent "Yi?" In other words where should my mind be focused on at any point during the form? Or should my mind be empty and the movement itself will move the qi? I look at it   like a mantra...
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Student's Question:  When doing the external movements,what I should pay attention to internally? My mind intent "Yi?" In other words where should my mind be focused on at any point during the form? Or should my mind be empty and the movement itself will move the qi? I look at it   like a mantra...
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Student's Question:  When doing the external movements,what I should pay attention to internally? My mind intent "Yi?" In other words where should my mind be focused on at any point during the form? Or should my mind be empty and the movement itself will move the qi? I look at it   like a mantra...
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Student's Question:  When doing the external movements,what I should pay attention to internally? My mind intent "Yi?" In other words where should my mind be focused on at any point during the form? Or should my mind be empty and the movement itself will move the qi? I look at it   like a mantra...

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