Detailed Hunyuan Qigong Online Video Trailer

by webmaster on 2010/05/31

By: Chen Zhonghua.        Language: English.        Length: 84 minutes.         Year: 2008
In this video, Master Chen Zhonghua went through all 12 forms of the Hunyuan Qigong system and gave clear and detailed instructions and explanations of movements, energy and intent.

Hunyuan Qigong Details Online Video
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Chen Zhonghua January 4, 2011 at 5:45 pm

The difference between Hunyuan Qigong Video and Detailed Hunyuan Qigong Video:
1. Hunyuan Qigong:
A follow me type of instruction with voice over. I am the person showing the form. The form is done uninterrupted so one can follow it.
2. Detailed Hunyuan Qigong:
I went over the same form as in Hunyuan Qigong video but I am the person giving the detailed explanations. This means that I stop doing the form while giving explanations. This is like a teaching video. You can watch it but cannot use it as a guide to follow as a training session.

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vuphuonganh April 11, 2011 at 11:57 am

Hi Master Chen,
Do you have suggestions on which movements in Hunyuan Qigong we should do when having a headaches? I found it to be very effective on whole body but seems like when I’m having a headaches it’s hard to practice Qigong.
Thanks

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Chen Zhonghua April 13, 2011 at 9:38 am

Do not practice Qigong when you have a headache. Treat it by a doctor first. Practice when you don’t have a headache so that in the future you are strong enough not to have another headache.

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stseow April 19, 2011 at 12:44 am

Master Chen,

Do you have any special “Neigong” exercises to supplement the Silk Reeling Exercises? Where is the “Gong” ? Please enlighten me on this.

Thanks.

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Chen Zhonghua April 19, 2011 at 6:02 am

Hunyuan Qigong and Silk Reeling are two different exercises. “Gong” is in the doing, not in a special place.

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better.balance June 11, 2011 at 3:35 pm

Greetings, I am trying to save the Detailed Hunyuan Qi Gong online video to my computer, did I purchase the correct one, as I do not see how to download it to the computer.
Is the hard copy DVD available? I did want to burn it to a DVD to practice with on a larger screen.
Please advise.
Thank you

Suzanne

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terry schwatken October 23, 2014 at 10:31 pm

How do I go about puchasing the hunyuan qigong video and detailed hunyuan video dvd?

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Aiki April 25, 2012 at 7:49 pm

Great video, recommended along with the book on the same subject, one cant leave without the other i’d say.

Master Chen after watching the video and reading the book i still have a few questions…
One is, well in the final ‘grand closing’, in the video you say that Men(boys) should do 36 circles outward and 24 circles inward, while Women(girls) should do ‘the opposite’… what does that mean exactly? is it -36 inward, then 24 outward-, OR is it 24 inward, then 36 outward(in that order)?

Also, belt meridian grinding, you said to make sure its not on the hips, but i guess it shouldn’t/ be too high either right? so, somewhere between the hips and you belly button(or generic ‘middle dantian’ area) is the right area correct? Like where you would place your Belts while practicing japanese martial arts.

Thanks for any assistance,
Cheers and best wishes!

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Chen Zhonghua April 25, 2012 at 10:23 pm

36 and 24 for all cases. For women, counter clockwise.
Your position for Belt meridian grinding is correct.

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Aiki April 26, 2012 at 7:26 am

Thank you very much for the reply master Chen,
Best wishes!

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TaijiSufi May 1, 2012 at 5:05 pm

Hello their,

I am having terrible streaming problems on my iPhone 4S , but it is fine on my iMac using the same wifi connection. Is it possible streaming videos can be optimised for iPhone? Sorry to be a trouble, it just that makes it easier to practise Hunyuan QiGong when out and about ie- fresh air, woods, beach, park etc.

Thank you for looking into this question.

Regards

Asad Habib
UK

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Aiki May 2, 2012 at 1:35 pm

Master Chen, i caught this video the other day http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5X5pBx8nUE
its a display of master Feng doing the Qigong form in a simplified manner…
It gave me 2 questions:
First, at the end of practice, he does 9 circles out(clockwise) and 18- circles counter clockwise…
So, is this a generic way, say for elders to do?(keep the chi in)
Its a minimal form of the way ‘girls’ should do it… so should ‘men’ do it differently, or is it a generic ‘minimal’ approach for anyone?

Also, further in that, can this minimal set be practiced, as is, on busy days?
Or, should we practice the 4 forms you explain in the book?
This question is really like this: are there forms that can be considered more fundamental than others or
are they all equally relevant.

Thanks for taking the time master Chen, and excuse my constant tinkering.
Every day i’m ever more grateful for everything Practicalmethod.com has brought me.

Cheers and best wishes.

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Chen Zhonghua May 3, 2012 at 12:10 am

I suggest a learning method: the general principle must be followed strictly; the methods can vary! You can decide which forms are suitable to you; what amount of time to training but you must follow the principles while doing so.

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Aiki May 13, 2012 at 8:16 am

In the end i choose Zhanzhuang posture as basis, i had forgotten how amazing that posture can be.
Thanks again master Chen.

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stonetemplar May 12, 2012 at 4:23 pm

GREAT VIDEO!!!

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Aiki October 15, 2012 at 12:36 pm

Master Chen, another consideration. When doing the 3 closings after each form, the hand goes back to the Dantien, the referred Dantien here is the navel? And also, that is the same for the ‘bring the chi to the middle dantien’ sequence, correct? If so does it have to be the navel precisely, or is it the greater abdominal region, does it matter?

Thanks in advance.
Cheers

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Chen Zhonghua October 15, 2012 at 4:37 pm

Yes. It is the greater dantian area.

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Asad H March 3, 2015 at 5:41 pm

Excellent energy circulation here.

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thudson March 4, 2016 at 6:20 pm

Great explanation of the form. This really complements the class I am taking.

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maolsen February 2, 2017 at 3:00 pm

I love the detail presented in the video. As a new student to taiji and qigong, I’m finding this very helpful, a great way to get grounded in my beginning practice.

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