更新时间：2011-07-21 11:13 互动：米尔论坛
07:15 PM on 3/28/2011
I agree that CMQ is not a great "how to" book, but it is a terrific "why to" book, and a detailed resource to boot. Generally, as I say in the piece, it's best to learn from a teacher. YMAA's videos, along with Daisy Lee's and few others, can also be quite helpful.
10:08 AM on 3/27/2011
I have taken classes and enjoyed them very much. It is often hard for me to slow up and this gentle and slow discipline really helps. Terri Jo Lorz
10:01 AM on 3/27/2011
Qigong helped me beat four bouts of "terminal" bone lymphoma in the early nineties. It's also helped me manage the pain--phys-ical and emotional---wrought by the cancer in the years since. Qigong also is an excellent stress reducer; after consistent practice life's "slings and arrows" bounce off one like pebbles plinking off a breastplat-e. Clear 15 years and still practicing every day!
02:07 PM on 3/27/2011
Yeah! You've inspired me to pull out those dvd's and give them a try again. I'm in the midst of cancer treatment now and look forward to a future of repelling "slings and arrows".
12:52 AM on 3/27/2011
any other recommenda-tions for dvds?
this video is for anticancer guo lin qigong (or glqg)
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