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#86964 - 07/21/04 09:08 PM powering up your chi
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im practising tai chi and because of this i learn to manipulate and circulate my chi. i have learn also some techniques of acquiring chi. does anybody have knowledge on what are the other techniques of increasing ones chi?

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#86965 - 07/21/04 10:11 PM Re: powering up your chi
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eat good, wholesome, healthy food and get good quality exercise followed by plenty of rest.

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#86966 - 07/21/04 10:22 PM Re: powering up your chi
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meditation


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#86967 - 07/22/04 06:50 AM Re: powering up your chi
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Neigong, and qigong exercises as well as the others stated above.
Relax and practice, pratice, practice...

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#86968 - 07/23/04 07:01 AM Re: powering up your chi
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ok thanks guys. im also practising absorbing chi from plants. you can do that by expanding your energyfield to it and try to trade chi with it. it works too.

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#86969 - 07/23/04 11:58 AM Re: powering up your chi
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im also practising absorbing chi from plants. you can do that by expanding your energyfield to it and try to trade chi with it. it works too.

Without heading off the deep end of extreme esoterics, I'll agree with this statement to an extent.
I use trees and green plants to help me calm down after an extensive training session. I really don't see it as expanding my energy field, but allowing myself to enter the energy field of the plant. I usually do this while doing a Qigong set like the 8 Brocades.

Peace

Chris

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#86970 - 07/23/04 12:06 PM Re: powering up your chi
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I would agree that the above is worded strangely, but the most effective places to practice qigong that I have found are under the overhang of trees or by a moving body of water.

Scott

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#86971 - 07/23/04 08:55 PM Re: powering up your chi
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thanks for your ideas guys. we call the process a give and take of chi from the tree. just like you giving up carbon doixide to trees and it gives you oxygen in return. bigger trees have bigger energyfield, because i guess it can store a large amount of chi. i studied how to see energyfields, so its easy for me to choose the right tree that have a clean and a good amount of chi....

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#86972 - 07/24/04 08:48 AM Re: powering up your chi
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My favorite places for training are;
- the park by my apartment; big trees next to a lake with a magnificent view of Longs Peak and Mt. Meeker.

- next to the river where there are more big trees and almost always a cool breeze.

Training outdoors is my absolute favorite!!!

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#86973 - 07/27/04 10:54 PM Re: powering up your chi
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yeah. natures energy is the best. to know how to use it is very helpfull. to be one with it, very powerful....

"if nature is with you, who can be against you?"

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