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Qigong Density Training: Bridging The Gap From Body To Mind

Apr 24, 2008
So what is Qi Density? It is the thickness of consistency of qi power energy that your body is able to emit on a regular basis.

First lets talk about "Qi Density". Density in this case is the ability to visualize and create an image of the effect that we are looking to create Training for density right off the bat has its pluses and minuses. Always remember that in any type of qi power training that:

"Some techniques that are taught and learned are at the detriment of other techniques"

What this means is you can and will limit your abilities by getting stuck into one particular technique or method. An example of this is when I first started training years ago, I learned a technique that at the time was pretty significant. I could put a candle flame out with my eyes!

Now this does sound really cool, and it does look pretty impressive, but really it is a limited type of technique that most people could learn with some practice. I started to get very good at this, to the point where I could do it from about 30 feet away through a glass door.

My instructor informed me that although I was seeing the ability of the qi power, that this technique was limited. What could I do of any practical purpose with this technique, other than a "parlor trick"? I re-aligned my training for more significant skills and I am glad that I did.

Density is also putting an emotional content and intention to the energy or qi so that you can manipulate with it. The emotions are the strongest form of stimulation that you can have.

Love, anger , sadness, joy, and all other emotions add the specialized "mind intent" that so many talk about. Adding colors, candles, incense, hypnotic type pictures and different flow patterns will thicken up and increase the density of the qi.

Being able to picture something in your head and adding all of the details as if you were looking at the item in person is one way to do it.

This method works quite well and is used by most qi power instructors that I know. The downside is if you are the type of person that is not visually oriented, you will have a hard time visualizing the results that you want. Have you ever heard this catch phrase?

"The Mind moves the Qi"!

I think everyone who is doing some type of qi power training has read or heard that statement. And it is a very true statement.

The thing is, what if you don't know what qi is, or what it feels like or looks like?

In my opinion this is why most people quite doing qi gong, because they don't know what they are looking for, or what they should be feeling. Someone that does have good visualization skills will be able to utilize this type of training versus someone that is not visually oriented.

The mind is a very important part of this whole process, but in the early stages of training you will have only a limited connection between your mind and body.

Density building helps you to bridge that gap so your mind becomes stronger and can be used as a link to your body.

The mind really can create and do anything that we want it to, it's just that most of us limit our thinking to what we are taught in school or by what our parents taught us.

I like this saying that was made popular by Napolean Hill, the author of the bestseller "Think and Grow Rich". Hill made a specific yet powerful statement when he said.

"Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can aqieve"

Adding density is being able to see the entire whole of what you are doing and quantifying it for your use. An example is you create a picture of an object in your mind, but you see in your mind everything about it.

You see the color, the size the shape the density, the heaviness.

There are many books, videos, and articles that talk about "spiraling energy" up the legs. This concept to someone that has never felt this is like trying to explain colors to someone that has been blind since birth.

Unless they can really visualize well, they most likely will miss the significance of this and how real of a feeling spiraling qi up the legs can be if it is done properly.

The density of the qi is everything you can see and believe! It is the canvas that the artist uses to create a painting or the clay that a sculptor uses to create the detailed human body.

The qi is moved by the mind and the mind is moved by the qi. The qi can take up any form your mind can imagine.

This is the problem for most people. They can't visualize something that they have never experienced and it may be months or in some cases years before they will feel anything!

Adding density is important to your qi power, but in our opinion, to do it too early on puts your ability to qi manipulate into a box that you may or may not be able to get out of. What you really want to create is an unlimited potential.

The mind and body were designed for greatness far more than most men could even imagine. It is the mind and body that have created all of the technology that we have today (which only a century ago, you would be called a nut to even mention).

Learning how to increase your qi power will enable you to be able to do some amazing skills, but keep in mind that you will naturally be getting an even better benefit from the added health benefits of qi power training.
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