Category: Qi Gong Seattle

Vital Life through Qi Gong

Vital Life through Qi Gong

Ever just sit and listen to the amazing intricacies of sounds there are in a flowing river? How about the sensation of a crackling fire, or the creak and groan of an old growth forest from high within the branches? What about the feeling as you observe the gradient of...

Bear Medicine Gift

Bear Medicine Gift

We were climbing up the ridge after spending a layover day at stunning Lake Byrne on our backpack. Lake Byrne is at 5500 feet above where Kennedy Hot Springs used to be before it was buried in a mudslide over a decade ago in the Glacier Peaks Wilderness area. Lake...

One Drop at a Time

One Drop at a Time

Change occurs one drop at a time. A little difference matters. They add up over time to become noticeable change. Imagine a bathroom sink with the stopper in and a leaky faucet. If the faucet just leaks slowly one drop at a time, it still matters. Eventually the sink...

Cultivating an Inner Garden

Cultivating an Inner Garden

Two things I treasure and hold very dear to me......my Qi Gong practice and my garden. They both help me to survive and to refine my survival to a much more vital, joyful, connected, peaceful, insightful, adaptable, and vibrant state! I grow a lot of my own food in my...

Wood: The Element of Spring

Wood: The Element of Spring

WOOD: THE ELEMENT OF SPRING G     -Grace R     -Rooted O      -Open W     -Wild T       -Transmutation H      -Harmonious In Five Element Theory, the five elements, wood, fire, earth, metal and water are in a constant relationship of change with each other. Just as in...

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