June 19, 2006 at 9:33 pm #14838
G’day again, I have recently ordered the Primodial Qi Gong DVD and was wondering about the experiences people on this forum have had from doing this form.
How would you compare it to other forms you have done? Do you still do your other forms?
Is there a problem with doing more than one form, can doing more than one form over a day interupt/disrupt the benefit of the another form?
Andy 🙂June 20, 2006 at 1:20 am #14839
This form is a KEEPER!, and even beyond that it is something that takes a life of it on it’s own. My expierences are that you will be able to sustain tangible qi within your Qi fields, it is great to do, due to the simplicity of it you & will be able to enter many dimensions. I recommend you purchase the audio lecture, Michael gives you alot of info that will accelerate the rate of change with it.
I like it due to the fact it is just not another variation of the 5 family Tai Chi’s, or a non martial art style, but a deep lineage practice; I practiced it tonight for a good 1:20 minutes you can go very deep with it, you dont want to stop.
I call it the best kept secret, some look at it and think its just a Tai Chi for Health form, or a another Qigong form, but its more than you have bargained for. Personally I started Meditation and various systematic Qigong, Martial Arts systems in 1982 and this is one of the best effortless styles that is practical, achievable, & and in my view will never hit the ceiling of “I have squeezed all that is possible out of this I need something more powerful.
A friend of mine has been doing this form and a version of “Lesser Path Kan & Li and now has birthed a “Dragon inside her Dantian that is guiding her during the Alchemical practice. When She practices this form she feels the dragon actualize to her size in her body & can feel her spine getting stronger and her Spiritual Channels are wide open. The Dragon has been guiding her that these practices are true deep paths and to stay the course.
I had a Spirit sage in the middle of last winter appear in front of me with a look of great awe while I was doing this and when I focused on this vision he got excited and ran very fastly straight up in the sky. All the Trees have been bowed to the ground were he/she ran by.
I know this sounds a little “far out” but it’s true and have had many expierences while doing it, deers stampededing by me; foxes and wolfes standing and watching, hundred of geese coming to the practice area whenver I practice.
Dont let it scare you but it’s very powerful…welcome to the best no longer kept secret…. SnowlionJune 20, 2006 at 1:36 am #14841
Andy, if you sift through the forum archives you’ll find a few threads about this form. They might be under either title primordial/wuli qigong.
From my own experience, it leaves me witha subtle vibration that can remain for a long time after completing the form.
One thing I realise from hindsight is that I would have benefited from more grounding and preperatory work on the dantien for a while prior to learning it.
Snowlions’ inspiring post reminded me that, when I have practiced this form in the bush, kangaroos have stared and watched……………. then again, they stare at anything.
But seriouslly, I agree with Snowlion, you’ll love this wonderful sacred dance for the rest of your life.
matJune 20, 2006 at 2:20 am #14843
Hi Andy and all. I agree both with Snowlion’s enthusiasm for experiences this form conjures and also Mat’s recognition that the more you keep up with other forms of inner and outer chi Kung the more capacity you have to ‘eat and digest’ what comes back.
It is a dance a ceremony and a mystery. The first time I did it I related it to the experiences I had with the Medicine Wheel of the Native Americans. It grows out of an orientation with the directions that aid us in developing a deeper communication with the space we land in.
As a result it has been a wonderful practice for grounding. I do it whenever I travel to a new place because I am invoking the spirits there which stimulates me to pay attention to why I am there and what are the best ways to ‘behave’.
I have always appreciated Michael’s guidance to consider this practice a form of comunication. When I go about it this way I feel sacred, on sacred ground…whether in a mall or my backyard.
I have also done this form very very slowly in public with my eyes barely open and it is a wonder the effect one has.Times I feel I am more the planet moving in its in exorable pathway and the things on the world come and go come and go. Then it truly becomes a mystery to enter and not a form with a destination. Barry
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