1998 Qi Journal bundle
Year 1998. Each issue is 64 pages plus cover. The Journal (aka Qi Journal), has been published since 1991. Qi Journal has "real"articles on the topic of Qi, written by those who are currently teaching and practicing the disciplines and who are willing to share their experiences for the advancement of others. All articles are peer-written, making this journal a wonderful adjunct to classical texts and study guides... sometimes contradictory... sometimes controversial... but always educational.
SPRING 1998. Features: "A Qigong Primer", The Water Element: "It's Not What It Used To Be", "Why are Most Published Works on Qigong So Poor?", "Reports from The Pacific Symposium and The 2nd World Congress On Qigong".
SUMMER 1998. Features: "Clinical Study: The Effects of Qigong on Hypertension", "Qigong Theory & Practice", "Acupuncture and Emotion", "Xingyiquan's Five Elements: Harmonizing Creation and Destruction".
AUTUMN 1998. Features: "Why Qigong Should Remain An Unlicensed Profession", "A Perspective on the Development of Taijiquan", "The Spiral Exercise of Wild Goose Qigong".
WINTER 1998-99. Features: "Tibetan Medicine: The Buddhist Healing Tradition", "Are Chinese Medical Qigong Standards Too High for the West?", "Internal Aspects of Shaolin Fist", "A Qigong Adventure: From New Orleans to Manchuria".