Later Methods Zhineng Qigong and Taiji

Important methods by Dr Pang have been translated and published as a book. It covers methods Dr Pang created between 1994 and 2000 following the publication of The Methods of Zhineng Qigong Science. Despite their importance these methods have never before been gathered together in one book.

As with the first methods book, the text is accompanied by illustrations of the postures and movements, many of them photographs. It is enhanced by the addition of diagrams showing energy points mentioned in the text, along with a location guide for each one.

The methods in this translation do not replace those of The Methods of Zhineng Qigong Science. They were mainly created as a support and supplement to them, to raise people’s level of practice and their abilities, in particular to prepare practitioners for Level Four.

Later Methods Zhineng Qigong and Taiji is of great value not only to qigong practitioners but also for anyone practising taiji or the martial arts. Taiji Ball and Straight Legs Sitting Posture are both useful for all these practices. They contain valuable explanations and insights about the functioning of the human body and how we can build our internal qi. While still relevant to those with any form of illness, they focus less on healing and more on creating a higher level of health and greater control over one’s physical and mental state. They also enable one to better develop skills important in taiji and the various martial arts.

As with The Methods of Zhineng Qigong Science, initial translation from the Chinese was by Wei Qi Feng, with Patricia working alongside him over a three month period then continuing through to publication in New Zealand.

Later Methods Zhineng Qigong and Taiji is 170mm x 245 mm and 150 pages.

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