oneness meditationYoga and Qigong are sister sciences. Yoga originated in India and Qigong in China. Yoga and Qigong share many similarities.  Qigong differs from yoga in that it employs the use of the energy circles that create large circular and fluid movement.
If you already practice yoga, you may be interested in adding the fluidity of Qigong to your routine to generate the chi and feel the empowerment, flow and trance unique to the practice of Qigong. If you already train in a gym or other sports, you will find in Qigong, wisdom about power, strength, flexibility that is well known for giving martial arts its power. And if you are advancing in years or have a low impact movement interest, Qigong offers simple practices that are gentle yet effective. Overall, Qigong is a lifestyle art.
by The Tao Lab

Elizabeth Wilcock

Elizabeth Wilcock is a mystic trail-blazer and creator of the Priestess Path Lineages of Light initiating women into the sacred arts. For most of her adult life she has trained with masters and grandmasters in shamanism, martial arts, qigong, and mysticism. She has ventured on 70 Ayahuasca journeys and has earned five black belts in Shaolin kung fu, becoming the first female master in her martial art organization. She owned and operated five marital art schools and qigong centers and has trained thousands of students. She is also an initiated priestess and combines her years of experience into her Priestess Path initiations. She is also married to David Wilcock, well-known author, UFO researcher, TV personality, and Ancient Alien theorist.

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