Tai Chi, Qigong and the Question, 'Who Am I?' (Part 2)

 “Who Am I?”

If you have met Dr. Wu, you have heard those words before. He asks this question in every Tai Chi and Qi Gong class he teaches.

Dr. Denise Nagel is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and a student of Dr. Wu’s. She regularly contributes articles to the Huffington Post about her Tai Chi and Qi Gong experiences, and today, Dr. Wu would like to share one of her articles with you.

Excerpt below.

Tai Chi and Qigong are one way to pursue the question of “Who Am I?” Ultimately each of us has the challenge of finding our own path. The first time I did qigong I knew this was mine. It wasn’t an intellectual decision.

Sri Ramana Maharshi who devoted his life to pursuing the spiritual question “Who Am I?” followed another path in the hills of India. Whenever you have a thought, he said, ask “Who is having that thought?” and it will send you back to the question “Who Am I?”

Read the full article on the Huffington Post here: http://huff.to/1XuMbYF