You Can Get Your Practice in, with the Half-Half Rule

The half-half rule is this: On days that you don’t feel up to practicing your Qigong, do half as much as you usually would, with half the focus or intensity.

In other words, practice, but be lenient with yourself. By getting some practice in, you have kept the momentum going, and it will be easier to practice the next day. Skip the practice entirely, and it will probably be more difficult to get into subsequent days’ practices. Add up enough of these skips, and soon you’ve skipped town completely on your Qigong. Don’t get me wrong, quality of practice is important. Doing it at all is more important.

Practicing Qigong

A transition move with wrists crossing

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