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Ken Cohen Qigong Healing Energy Medicine Techniques videos ebooks Energy Medicine Techniques to Heal Yourself and Others Indigenous healers have known for centuries how to direct vital life energy through their hands and into those in need. Perhaps no other part of the world has refined this skill more intensely than China, which has a 3,000-year-old tradition of therapeutic qigong. Therapeutic qigong is so effective — yet so simple to learn — that it is now being used by hospitals and clinics. Now, with Qi Healing, you can learn how to use these authentic techniques yourself to heal and energize others. You will learn to release stagnant qi (or "life force") in others, detoxify internal energy systems, and restore a healthy balance of qi flow throughout all the tissues of the body. Taught by Ken Cohen, one of the most respected qigong authorities in the world, this complete video instructional course demonstrates every step for administering healing qi energy to others safely and effectively. Two detailed sessions include exercises for mental and physical clarity, methods for organ cleansing, specific external qigong practices to direct qi precisely for maximum healing effect, and much more. Ken Cohen is a renowned health educator, Qigong Grand Master, and practitioner of indigenous medicine. He is the author of the critically acclaimed books The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing and Honoring the Medicine: The Essential Guide to Native American Healing, as well as numerous Sounds True audio DVD courses and more than 200 journal articles on spirituality and health. Ken speaks and reads the Chinese language, and his academic training includes graduate study of Taoism and theology. Highly respected as a traditional healer, singer, and storyteller, Ken was mentored since his youth by Native American, First Nations elders. His training was strict and rigorous in what today is called "experiential learning." Ken is a member of various medicine societies and maintains close ties with his adoptive Cree Indian family in Canada. Ken also spent many years traveling and participating in cultural exchange with indigenous elders from various lands. He feels truly blessed by the wisdom they so generously and graciously shared. Ken is a leader in the dialogue between ancient wisdom and modern science, believing that each can respectfully learn from the other. He was able to demonstrate extraordinary bioelectric states in the laboratory of Ed Wilson, M.D. and was one of 9 "exceptional healers" studied in the Menninger Clinic's 12-year research project "Physical Fields and States of Consciousness." Ken's lectures and workshops have been sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Health Canada, the Mayo Clinic and numerous medical schools, conferences, and organizations. In 2003, he won the leading international award in energy medicine, the Alyce and Elmer Green Award for Innovation and Lifetime Achievement. Ken Cohen has been involved in these healing ways for more than 45 years. Native American Healing Traditions Indigenous North American Indian healing (Native American, American Indian and Canadian First Nations, Metis, and Inuit) shares much in common with original healing traditions worldwide. It is different from both generic shamanism and New Age flights of fancy. Indigenous healing is grounded in landscape, language, culture, and the wisdom of the elders. From the indigenous perspective, everyone has a gift, a calling. Health is enhanced when we discover our gifts and life purpose—whether through intuitive insight or in dreams and visions—and when we have the courage to express and live these gifts. By learning traditional Native American values such as gratefulness, respect, generosity, humility, and courage, we can walk a path of genuine power, balance, and beauty. The Way of Qigong Qigong (ch'i kung, chi gong), China's ancient system of energy medicine, consists of exercises and meditations that stimulate the flow of qi, life energy. Kenneth Cohen personally teaches both the theory and practice of qigong and related arts such as Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) and Chinese tea culture. Qigong has many applications. Sometimes called "medical qigong," it includes exercises for health and vitality as well as "External Qi Healing" to assess energy, dissolve blockages, and replenish life-force in a client or patient. Athletes enjoy qigong because it improves strength, stamina, coordination, and other skills necessary for peak performance. As a spiritual art, rooted in Taoism (Daoism), it deepens awareness of self and nature and creates a feeling of harmony, tranquility, and peace. Qigong is a holistic path to well being; hence in modern China is often called yang sheng, "the art of nurturing life." videos 01-01 Introduction to Qi Healing I.avi 01-02 Healing Exercises - Stance of Power.avi 01-03 Healing Exercises - Drop the Qi Cleanse the Organs.avi 01-04 Healing Exercises - Standing Meditation.avi 01-05 Healing Exercises - Snake Standing.avi 01-06 Energy Channels and Points.avi 01-07 Healing Exercises - One Finger Zen.avi 01-08 Wellness Energy Treatments - Balancing the Yang and Yin Meridians.avi 01-09 Wellness Energy Treatments - Waving.avi 01-10 Wellness Energy Treatments - Cleansing and Recharging.avi 02-01 Introduction to Qi Healing II.avi 02-02 Assessing Qi in Others.avi 02-03 Hands on Spine Assessment.avi 02-04 Intuitive Qi Assessment.avi 02-05 Differential Qi Assessment - Hands.avi 02-06 Differential Qi Assessment - Feet.avi 02-07 Differential Assessment Review.avi 02-08 Therapeutic Hand Positions and Gestures.avi 02-09 Quick Recharge.avi 02-10 Qi Healing for Tension.avi 02-11 Qi Healing for Pain.avi 02-12 Qi Healing for Low Energy and Balance.avi 02-13 Conclusion - The Source of Healing.avi ebooks Chi-kung in Wing Chun Kung Fu.pdf Chinese National Chi Kung Institute.pdf Chinese Qigong for Home Health Care.pdf Chinese Qigong Therapy.pdf Eight Simple Qigong Exercises for Health.pdf George A Katchmer The Tao of Bioenergetics East West.pdf Lepine Qi-Gong and Kuji-In.pdf Medical Qigong Chinese Qigong Outgoing-qi Therapy.pdf Tan Tien Chi Kung by Mantak Chia.pdf The Essential Qigong Training Guide by Ken Cohen.pdf Yan Xin Secrets Benefits of Internal Qigong Cultivation.pdf Yang Jwing-Ming Qigong The Secret of Youth.pdf tags: qi, qigong, chi, healing, meditation, energy, chakras, health, bioenergetics
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Ken Cohen Qigong Healing Energy Medicine Techniques videos ebooks

Energy Medicine Techniques to Heal Yourself and Others

Indigenous healers have known for centuries how to direct vital life energy through their hands and into those in need. Perhaps no other part of the world has refined this skill more intensely than China, which has a 3,000-year-old tradition of therapeutic qigong. Therapeutic qigong is so effective — yet so simple to learn — that it is now being used by hospitals and clinics. Now, with Qi Healing, you can learn how to use these authentic techniques yourself to heal and energize others. You will learn to release stagnant qi (or "life force") in others, detoxify internal energy systems, and restore a healthy balance of qi flow throughout all the tissues of the body. Taught by Ken Cohen, one of the most respected qigong authorities in the world, this complete video instructional course demonstrates every step for administering healing qi energy to others safely and effectively. Two detailed sessions include exercises for mental and physical clarity, methods for organ cleansing, specific external qigong practices to direct qi precisely for maximum healing effect, and much more.

Ken Cohen is a renowned health educator, Qigong Grand Master, and practitioner of indigenous medicine. He is the author of the critically acclaimed books The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing and Honoring the Medicine: The Essential Guide to Native American Healing, as well as numerous Sounds True audio DVD courses and more than 200 journal articles on spirituality and health. Ken speaks and reads the Chinese language, and his academic training includes graduate study of Taoism and theology. Highly respected as a traditional healer, singer, and storyteller, Ken was mentored since his youth by Native American, First Nations elders. His training was strict and rigorous in what today is called "experiential learning." Ken is a member of various medicine societies and maintains close ties with his adoptive Cree Indian family in Canada. Ken also spent many years traveling and participating in cultural exchange with indigenous elders from various lands. He feels truly blessed by the wisdom they so generously and graciously shared. Ken is a leader in the dialogue between ancient wisdom and modern science, believing that each can respectfully learn from the other. He was able to demonstrate extraordinary bioelectric states in the laboratory of Ed Wilson, M.D. and was one of 9 "exceptional healers" studied in the Menninger Clinic's 12-year research project "Physical Fields and States of Consciousness." Ken's lectures and workshops have been sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Health Canada, the Mayo Clinic and numerous medical schools, conferences, and organizations. In 2003, he won the leading international award in energy medicine, the Alyce and Elmer Green Award for Innovation and Lifetime Achievement. Ken Cohen has been involved in these healing ways for more than 45 years.

Native American Healing Traditions

Indigenous North American Indian healing (Native American, American Indian and Canadian First Nations, Metis, and Inuit) shares much in common with original healing traditions worldwide. It is different from both generic shamanism and New Age flights of fancy. Indigenous healing is grounded in landscape, language, culture, and the wisdom of the elders. From the indigenous perspective, everyone has a gift, a calling. Health is enhanced when we discover our gifts and life purpose—whether through intuitive insight or in dreams and visions—and when we have the courage to express and live these gifts. By learning traditional Native American values such as gratefulness, respect, generosity, humility, and courage, we can walk a path of genuine power, balance, and beauty.

The Way of Qigong

Qigong (ch'i kung, chi gong), China's ancient system of energy medicine, consists of exercises and meditations that stimulate the flow of qi, life energy. Kenneth Cohen personally teaches both the theory and practice of qigong and related arts such as Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) and Chinese tea culture. Qigong has many applications. Sometimes called "medical qigong," it includes exercises for health and vitality as well as "External Qi Healing" to assess energy, dissolve blockages, and replenish life-force in a client or patient. Athletes enjoy qigong because it improves strength, stamina, coordination, and other skills necessary for peak performance. As a spiritual art, rooted in Taoism (Daoism), it deepens awareness of self and nature and creates a feeling of harmony, tranquility, and peace. Qigong is a holistic path to well being; hence in modern China is often called yang sheng, "the art of nurturing life."

videos

01-01 Introduction to Qi Healing I.avi
01-02 Healing Exercises - Stance of Power.avi
01-03 Healing Exercises - Drop the Qi Cleanse the Organs.avi
01-04 Healing Exercises - Standing Meditation.avi
01-05 Healing Exercises - Snake Standing.avi
01-06 Energy Channels and Points.avi
01-07 Healing Exercises - One Finger Zen.avi
01-08 Wellness Energy Treatments - Balancing the Yang and Yin Meridians.avi
01-09 Wellness Energy Treatments - Waving.avi
01-10 Wellness Energy Treatments - Cleansing and Recharging.avi
02-01 Introduction to Qi Healing II.avi
02-02 Assessing Qi in Others.avi
02-03 Hands on Spine Assessment.avi
02-04 Intuitive Qi Assessment.avi
02-05 Differential Qi Assessment - Hands.avi
02-06 Differential Qi Assessment - Feet.avi
02-07 Differential Assessment Review.avi
02-08 Therapeutic Hand Positions and Gestures.avi
02-09 Quick Recharge.avi
02-10 Qi Healing for Tension.avi
02-11 Qi Healing for Pain.avi
02-12 Qi Healing for Low Energy and Balance.avi
02-13 Conclusion - The Source of Healing.avi

ebooks

Chi-kung in Wing Chun Kung Fu.pdf
Chinese National Chi Kung Institute.pdf
Chinese Qigong for Home Health Care.pdf
Chinese Qigong Therapy.pdf
Eight Simple Qigong Exercises for Health.pdf
George A Katchmer The Tao of Bioenergetics East West.pdf
Lepine Qi-Gong and Kuji-In.pdf
Medical Qigong Chinese Qigong Outgoing-qi Therapy.pdf
Tan Tien Chi Kung by Mantak Chia.pdf
The Essential Qigong Training Guide by Ken Cohen.pdf
Yan Xin Secrets Benefits of Internal Qigong Cultivation.pdf
Yang Jwing-Ming Qigong The Secret of Youth.pdf

tags: qi, qigong, chi, healing, meditation, energy, chakras, health, bioenergetics

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The fine qualities of energy well illustrated
Thanks for this information :)