Learn Advanced Qigong that can help to quiet your busy mind

A systematic & detailed course on Advanced Qigong exercises, TCM Theory & the Medical Applications for each exercise
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  • Lectures 34
  • Length 2.5 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 2/2016 English

Course Description

This course covers an introduction to the concepts of the Traditional Chinese exercise system called Qigong that millions of people practice in China and all around the world everyday. Similar to Tai Chi which is a martial art, Qigong is the medical exercises to maintain superior health in the body.

Qigong has been practiced for thousands of years in China and is renowned for maintaining health and longevity. It has been a hidden secret and now the Western World is acknowledging its profound effects upon the human body and health.

In this course we will cover a series of Advanced Qigong exercises specifically designed to relieve head tension, muddled thinking, lack of concentration, mental fatigue, overthinking, mental stress and strain, mental exhaustion and feelings of being burnt out. The Qigong exercises are easy and simple to perform and requires no prior knowledge of Qigong and they are suitable for everyone to practice.

Included in the course are instructional videos of each of the 10 exercises and an additional video explaining the medical applications and benefits for each exercise. There is also a pdf handouts for each exercises and their medical applications that you can download.

To learn this Qigong sequence it will take you half an hour each day focusing on one exercise at a time or you may find that you only need to do one exercise for 5 minutes and that's enough to clear your mind and calm your heart.

The course is structured with an instructional video for each exercise. There are safety and training guidelines included to help you get the most out of the course, that explains the best and most efficient ways to practice.

This course will help you to:

  • quiet your busy mind
  • have a deeper understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Theory and the medical applications for each exercise
  • feel positive
  • manage stress
  • have a peaceful mind
  • maintain a high level of health
  • help you to relax
  • feel your own energy in your hands
  • aid in maintaining Qi and Blood circulation in the brain and head area
  • be calm
  • switch your mind off to have a good nights sleep
  • feel relaxed and free of tension in your body
  • use Acupressure points to calm your busy mind and for stress relief
  • understand more about your physical body
  • have a Meditation to help to calm the mind
  • select useful Chinese Herbal Formulas to help quiet your busy mind
  • Experience what it is like to have a quiet mind
  • feel connected with yourself and things around you
  • have a better quality of life


Thank you for joining me on my course, please send me feedback, ask me any questions and please write a review.

Cheers,

Pete C

What are the requirements?

  • Student will not need to know anything prior to this course except that they want to have a better control over their minds and be able to have a quiet mind
  • As this course offers intermediate level to advanced principles of Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) theory, some prior knowledge of TCM would be beneficial to the student, but not necessary

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Perform Advanced Qigong exercises that can help to quiet your busy mind
  • Understand what Qigong is
  • Follow the Qigong Practise Guidelines
  • Understand the Safety precautions for practicing Qigong
  • Accurately perform a Qigong exercise that aids in maintaining Qi and Blood circulation in the brain and head area
  • Confidently perform Qigong exercises that can clear blocked energy (Qi) in the head region
  • Perform a Qigong exercise to feel your own energy in your hands
  • Use Acupressure points to calm your busy mind and for stress relief
  • Carry out a Meditation to help to calm the mind
  • Select useful Chinese Herbal Formulas to help quiet your busy mind
  • Have some peace and calmness in your life
  • Experience what it is like to have a quiet mind
  • Switch your mind off to have a good nights sleep

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for anybody who has difficultly having a quiet mind
  • This course is for people who have difficulty turning their mind off to get to sleep
  • This course is also for people who get confusion and overwhelm
  • This course is for people who get head tension, muddled thinking, lack of concentration, mental fatigue, overthinking, mental stress and strain, mental exhaustion and feelings of being burnt out
  • This course is for people who want to have a quiet, peaceful,clear thinking and relaxed mind
  • This course is suited to people who already have some prior knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • This course is best suited for anyone who would like to deepen their understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Curriculum

Section 1: Learn Advanced Qigong Exercises To Help Quiet The Busy Mind
01:31

This is an introduction video on how Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qigong exercises can help to quiet your busy mind, bring you peace, quiet, harmony and good health.

3 pages

At the end of this lecture you the student will understand why you have a busy minds to start with, you will know what can make it even more busy and how that can create mental tension, over thinking, the lack of ability to concentrate, mental fatigue and an inability to sleep. You will understand how a busy mind can affect your memory and how it can create a dangerous stress responses in your life.

How Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM can help turn your busy mind off
2 pages
Section 2: About Qigong
05:48

In this lecture there is a video and you will receive a downloadable pdf with a description

of what Qigong actually is and an brief overview of the history and origins of Qigong.

04:55

In this lecture there is a video and a PDF on Qigong Practice guidelines. which outlines the best and most efficient and effective way to practice Qigong exercises, to get the most benefit from them. Everything from the best clothes to wear to the best time of the day to practise.

01:42

In this lecture there is a video and a downloadable pdf with recommendations on how to practice Qigong safely, which includes recommendation for pregnant women and for anybody that has any pre-existing medical conditions.


Section 3: Qigong exercise to feel your own energy in your hands
04:10

This exercise 'Old Sage Cultivates His Pearl' is from the Lao Tzu Shao Dan Qigong System

03:14

This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.

Section 4: Qigong exercises that can clear blocked energy (Qi) in the head region.
01:24

This exercise 'Yin tang (M-HN-3)' is from the Daoyin Head Massage Qigong System

01:58
This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.
01:46
This exercise 'Bai hui (DU-20) & Shuai gu point (GB-8)' is from the Daoyin Head Massage Qigong System
02:28

This is Part 1 of a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.

01:32

This is Part 2 of a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.

01:23

This exercise 'Tai yang (M-HN-9)' is from the Daoyin Head Massage Qigong System

01:12
This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.
Section 5: Qigong exercise that aids in maintaining Qi and Blood circulation in the brain a
01:40

This exercise 'The Wandering Nerve Exercise' is from the Daoyin Head Massage Qigong System

01:57

This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.

1 page

Complete this activity after one week of practicing the Qigong Exercises above.

Section 6: Qigong exercises that help with mental tension and right and left brain harmoniz
01:28
This exercise 'Bouncing the Ball in the Sunshine' is from the Modified Shi Ba Shi Taiji Qigong system
01:43

This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.

Section 7: Qigong exercises that help with mental fatique
01:20

This exercise 'Embrace the Mountain' is from the Modified Shi Ba Shi Taiji Qigong system

01:32
This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.
Section 8: Qigong exercises that help with mental stress and strain and calms the mind
01:23
This exercise 'Sage presents a Peach' is from the Modified Shi Ba Shi Taiji Qigong system
02:08
This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.
01:34

This exercise 'Dragon emerges from the sea' is from the Modified Shi Ba Shi Taiji Qigong system.

02:53
This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.
01:27

The exercise Connecting Heaven to Earth is from the Forest Rock Taiji & Qigong Monastery School.


02:33
This is a video that explains in detail how TCM principles work with this exercise and the medical applications and benefits for the exercise.
1 page

Complete this activity after two week of practicing the Qigong Exercises above.

Section 9: Meditation to calm the mind
3 pages

This lecture is a pdf giving detailed instructions of how to practice a breathing Meditation that helps to quiet your mind, reduce stress, calm the heart and create clear thinking.

Section 10: Acupressure points to calm the busy mind and for Stress
10 pages

In this lecture there is a PDF on 10 Acupressure points that are commonly used to calm the mind, reduce stress and mental tension. Some of these points can also be use to relieve eye strain, visual disturbances and headaches.


1 page

This is a quick quiz on the10 acupressure points used to calm the mind, reduce stress, headaches and eye strain and, for people who have busy minds.

Section 11: Chinese Herbal Formulas to help quiet the busy mind.
8 pages

In this lecture there is a PDF outlining the different Traditional Chinese Medical

Herbal formulas used to treat the various patterns that create a busy minds, over thinking, stress, depression and anxiety.

Section 12: Summary
01:33

This is a summary video that covers what has been taught and the exercises you have learnt during this course. By the end of the course you will have discovered and experience the effectiveness of these Qigong exercises. If you have been practicing this series of Qigong exercises regularly you will now feel less stressed, you will have more energy, feel calmer and you will have a clearer and more peaceful and quieter mind.

7 questions

Question 1.In the qigong practice guidelines what is the recommended clothes
should you practice in?

Question 2.In the qigong practice guidelines should you practice in a place that is too hot, noisy and windy?

Question 3.In the qigong practice guidelines what should you do if during the
practice you feel light headed?

Question 4.In the qigong practice guidelines what should you practise under the influence of Drugs and alcohol?

Question 5.In the Safety precautions for practicing Qigong to reduce the risk of injury, what should you never do during training.

Question 6.In the Safety precautions for practicing Qigong what poses should a pregnant women not practice?

Question 7.In the ‘What is Qigong’ lecture what was the earliest evidence of Qigong type movements’ and who were they performed by?

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Instructor Biography

Peter Caughey, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Teacher & Writer

PETER CAUGHEY

“My mission is to help people break free from limiting belief stories that stops them from living their true potential as a human being and, my gift as a Healer and Teacher is to help people discover the true essence of who they are and to live their life with abundant freedom.”


Hi I’m Peter Caughey, a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 

Teacher & Writer.

I love helping people break free from their stories that I believe make them unhappy, discontent and unwell. I’ve helped people from all around the World to break free from these stories and I’ve discovered that most of us have similar patterns and beliefs that are limiting us from living our full potential as a human being. During my combined 25 years of teaching Taiji (Tai chi) and Qigong and treating people in my Acupuncture Clinic, I have learnt about how to create a higher quality of health for people and how to break their limiting belief stories.

I have dedicated my life to helping people to have a higher level of health and I encourage them to see the World in a different way. A way that inspires them to enquirer into the possibilities of how they can have a more fulfilling and happier life with a flow on effect that benefits and helps others.

I didn’t start out this way as my background prior to healing was 16 years with the New Zealand Amy and 7 of those in the (SAS), New Zealand Special Forces. I loved the mental and physical discipline in the SAS. I became a weapons and explosives instructor, and an advanced medic. I also learned Hand to Hand combat and ended up teaching many different ways to incapacitate an opponent. Now I do exactly the opposite. I was a two packets of camel cigarettes a day man and could down a bottle of scotch in a sitting. I’m not saying this to impress you, I just want to share where I started, as I didn’t come from a background with an awareness around health or any spiritual wisdom about life.

 I became interested in Chinese Medicine at the age of 28 when I went to get my first acupuncture treatment for a long term neck injury from playing rugby. After the first treatment I felt incredible and I was amazed at how a few small needles could make me feel so good.


A bit more about Peter

Peter has a Bachelors of Health Science Degree in Acupuncture and Diplomas in Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine, Qigong and Taiji Quan and Tuina from the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which he received in 2001. He was a Tutor at the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and TCM from 1999 – 2013, where he designed and taught the Qigong Diploma Course as well as teaching Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong principles, theory and techniques. He currently serves as a member on the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong based in China.

Peter has been running Taiji Retreats for over 17 years, based on Traditional Chinese Monastery philosophies and teaching weekly Qigong and Taiji classes for the same number of years. Making his teachings available to as many people as possible, he has online courses teaching Qigong exercise systems, Reflexology and Qigong and TCM courses for specific conditions such as Insomnia, Stress, and how to quiet a busy mind.   He runs Qigong Teacher Trainings Courses, Acupressure and Reflexology courses as well as  Medical Qigong Workshops and TCM Health Retreats around the World.

Trained in Traditional and Classical Taiji styles such as Chen styles, Yang style, Wu style and Sun style. Peter also instructs 13 different Qigong styles, which include Shi Ba Shi Taiji Qigong, Ba Duan Jin, Dao Yin, Zhan Zhuang Gong and Lao Tzu Shao Dan.

 Before Peter found what he believes is his true purpose in life of healing and helping others, he spent sixteen years in the New Zealand Defence Forces and during his service he served seven of these years in the New Zealand Special Forces (NZSAS) reaching the position of Patrol Commander and Group Commander.

He is also a Husband, a Father, a Writer and a Philosopher. He loves travelling the Globe with his wife Josephine and new baby Rayner, meeting new people and experiencing their culture and their country. He now resides in Bali, Indonesia.


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