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Monday, September 12, 2011

The Start of a New Semester of MIT Qigong

Date: 9/12/11
Subject: Student Center (Rm 491)


     Tonight we begin the Fall Semester of Qigong @ MIT.  I am looking forward to working with everyone and wanted to remind all that our classes are now being held in the Student Center/Room 491!  This summer was nothing short of fantastic for our MIT Qigong Club and I know that this semester we will continue to spread the art of nourishing life to all those who are interested in training with us.  Simple, effective & challenging are just a few words that describe our Zhan Zhuang Qigong art.   Join us every Monday @ MIT!

Some notes on Qigong from Master WXZ:

     "After training for only ten days the student will get results naturally.  Written words cannot describe its marvel.  What must be avoided the most during Zhan Zhuang is the use of force with the body and mind.  Using force makes the Qi sluggish, when the Qi is sluggish, the mind stops, when the mind stops, then the spirit breaks, and this breaking of the spirit leads to foolishness!"


Time: 7:00-8:00

Location: Student Center/Room 491

Cost: Free 

See you in a few hours!

Jim Roselando