caesar wrote:It's so tempting for someone not to face what really is the reason for one's poor health...and then instead get excited about theories (chi and stuff). It's easier than changing the living habits.
carolRN wrote:There can be many reasons for obesity, thyroid disorder for example. Many times just plain overeating the wrong foods can be from deep emotional disorders as just one example. QI can actually balance emotional disorders as well as physical disorders, and does not need your willpower to do it, other than the willpower to practice daily. QInway system , QInway.org, heals the mind, body, and spirit in addition to releasing karma debt. (not sure that I believe in Karma, but this is the teaching) I do not make money off of telling others of Qnway, just sadens me when people comment on something they don't understand. YES, Qi can definetly balance your system, thus causing you to release weight. Those doing Qinway 3.2 seminar, loose average 10 lbs first week, and continue fom there. I did not go for weight lose, I went for other medical issues. I have done various QIGong forms over the past 30 years and have studied research papers on Qi, am not an expert, but believe that I am telling you the absolute truth that balancing QI will get at the core root of an eating disorder or metabolic disorder
wpgtaiji wrote:yes pete, there are chisters in qigong as there are in any profession. Do you own a home? DO you live in a home/apartment/condo? Then you dealt with someone who lied! LOL Ok, real estate agents are not that bad, but i have just dealt with a bunch and their motto is "Dont tell me whats wrong, then i have to disclose it!"
In qigong, there is much more abuse. This person to which you refer is probably a "hippie" thinking she can save the world with qigong. How absurd! That does not make qigong bad, any more than a bad real estate agent makes living in a home bad. It is great that you noticed things like this pete. It means you are at least looking (or were looking). True intelligence doesnt ever stop however. It is in the moment when you say "I know that" that you loose everything. There is no such thing as "master". It is a myth created by movie makers or opportunistic martial arts novices.
please stop confusing the issue. btw, yes, one can barely call someone that does that a "teacher". But for someone (usually an ignorant wanna-be hippie) that works for them. They last a few years and go away. Look to real sources mate.
It was about the misuse and outright lies about a form of exercise by both people involved.
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