The Golden Elixir of Longevity and Immortality: The Qigong and Taiji Wellness System


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  • 1 CEUs/PDAs (NCCAOM Approved)
  • NCCAOM Category: Core: AOM-OM
  • Recorded Webinar



The focus of this lecture is to reveal that ancient Chinese sages and medical practitioners understood what conventional science is realizing now – thousands of years later. Tai Chi and Qigong activate basic physiological mechanisms that are associated with the reduction of pathology – through self-regulatory mechanisms that neutralize the negative effects of oxidative and inflammatory process. In the ancient world these were associated with longevity – the capacity extend the duration of wellbeing and immortality – the process of sustaining a relationship with the quantum aspect of being wherein one is intimately connected with the aspect of oneself that is eternal.

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