“Qigong positively affects the body, soul, and spirit.” The term “Qigong” subsumes a range of physical health exercises serving to prevent and maintain mental and physical health.
The guiding idea that steady exercise can regulate and stabilize one’s energy balance has played an important role in Chinese culture and TCM for a long time.
Dr. Weizhong Sun is an expert on Qigong and is happy to counsel his patients on the topic. But he also applies it to reach wholesome well-being and curing effects with his patients.
Qigong moreover provides a new sense of “gut instinct” as a counterweight to mental “top-heaviness.” It directs stirred-up emotions and thoughts into the so-called “lake of silence.” This way, an inner calm and balance is developed, which helps to let go and keep a healthy distance.
A repetition of movement patterns makes one’s thoughts clear and flexible and, moreover, strengthens the memory and the ability to focus on what’s essential.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the intensive meditative movements not only promote the body’s energy flow and -balance, but also aim at strengthening body and spirit.