Almost all Chinese holistic therapies, martial arts, and spiritual and longevity practices are based on "Qi": the vital energy that flows into the meridians (channels) of the body and regulates its fundamental functions, which determine health, strength, psychophysical well-being, longevity, and consciousness.
The problem is that Qi is generally still an abstract concept because the practices taught - in the West but also in the East, from Qi Gong to Tai Chi and Reiki - are based on the mechanical repetition of movements and/or physical sensations that are too light.
The Nei Qi Gong, on the other hand, has kept the original practices intact and allows a quick direct Qi experience, with benefits from the first weeks.
The goal is to accumulate more Qi than you need for your health so that you are not only well, but (if you wish) use the surplus to:
➤ Helping others through deep and often decisive therapies and treatments
➤ Spiritually evolving by accessing higher states of consciousness (the so-called "spiritual Qi", Ling Qi, which is called at the top of the head)
➤ Bringing martial arts (of any style) to their fullest expression (Shifu Costantino trained "behind the scenes" national champions and teachers from many disciplines) ___
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