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Today I want to share with you a wonderful FREE Seasonal Qigong Series by Robert Peng. 

I've been practicing the seasonal meditations now for 6 month and I absolutely love it. 
Robert has a wonderful detailed explanation on his website and he also provides the free videos of his practice.



He offers it for free because according to him "My Qigong Master, Xiao Yao, felt that Seasonal Qigong was an extremely valuable practice, and throughout the years I spent with him, we practiced regularly. So you may be wondering, "Why give away something that is so precious for free?" The answer is simple. Since Seasonal Qigong is time sensitive, it is practiced by many people at the same time. And a basic rule of Qigong is that the greater the number of people aligning their energies simultaneously, the more robust the Qi field becomes."

This month, he is talking about "Major Heat Empowerment".




He says "
The time of the seasonal cycle that coincides with Major Heat represents the hottest time of the year. Over the next fifteen days, streets will become ovens, and if you live in New York City, subway stations will become saunas. Intense heat is the quality that characterizes this seasonal cycle, and to grasp the meaning of Major Heat we turn our attention to the source of all this heat, the sun."


Please follow this link to read more about it and view the Qigong Practice for this Empowerment (I think it may ask you to sign up to view it).
http://www.robertpeng.com/jieqi/jieqi.php?id=12

Please read more about the whole series a http://www.robertpeng.com/jieqi/ -->

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  1. The most basic form of meditation involves closing your eyes and counting as you breathe in and out. Be sure to breathe from your belly and not your chest. Expand your belly as you breathe. You do this by breathing in and mentally counting one-two-three-four-five-six, exhale one-two-three-four-five-six. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. ilchi lee current news

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