Qigong is a Medical Bargain

Save Money Getting Healthy

Qigong is one of the most inexpensive methods there is to regain and maintain health—an important consideration in these uncertain financial times. While modern medicine continues it’s precipitous ascent in costs, Qigong still offers its wonders at bargain prices. Here is an article at MSNBC that says that medical care in the United States now costs an average of $8000 a year for every man, woman and child in the country.

Qigong is Cheap

That is a lot of money. Training in Qigong is a so much cheaper. $8000 could get you 5 or 10 years  of high-level, health-building instruction from a good teacher. And that training will probably prevent many pernicious health problems.

Invest in Health

I say that, instead of spending ever more money on drugs, surgery, and technology, let’s scale back. Let’s use such tools when really needed. But let’s first do the such simple practices as Qigong exercises. These kind of practices not only don’t cost much, they save lots of money down the line.

Qigong training is more than just a good deal financially, it is also one of the most effective methods of healings available.

Natural Economy

Qigong is said to be the most ancient health method of Chinese Medicine, and the foundation for all other methods. It has been used for thousands of years as a path to health and wellness. Practicing Qigong will not eliminate the need for every medical procedure a person may need to undergo in their life, but it can allay the need for many or most of them. Each person who practices Qigong benefits, and the society as a whole does too. With the nation’s medical expenditures nearing 20 percent of the gross national product, we need Qigong.

Our economy depends upon it.

1 Comment »

  1. Marieta Darrah, Zhineng Qigong Instructor said,

    February 26, 2009 @ 3:49 pm

    Qigong truly is one of the best methods of integrative medicine, but in addition to that it is so enjoyable because it is an opportunity to re-connect with nature. When we go out to the park or by the ocean to practice, we can receive so much healing energy from that experience, allowing ourselves to open up and surrender into the healing field. The more often we practice, the more significant the gains. Qigong is like a sacred dance in which we can open our hearts and minds to the Universal mind, return to the oneness. Gradually, through the practice, we can refine our energy, become more sensitive to the realms of finer vibration, and open the inner wisdom, which is in everyone of us.

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