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Unformatted text preview: The important thing to keep in mind was letting in the healthy chi to heal and revitalize our bodies while releasing the old and negative chi from our bodies. We really had to focus on feeling the good energy flowing into our bodies, and releasing the bad energy from our bodies. The instructor also taught us certain bodily movementsmovements that helped in this acquisition of good energy and release of bad energy. The movements we practiced were very fluid yet slow at the same time. They felt complementary to the breathing patterns we were asked to perform, helping to achieve a unity between movement and breathing. There was definitely a sort of meditative quality to this experience in chi gong which was reminiscent of the other meditation classes I had attended. Chi gong was a very relaxing activity, and is definitely something Id try again....
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2008 for the course IB 98 taught by Professor Decal during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.
- Spring '08