I wished to send you my thanks concerning the Qigong seminar from last week-end. The spring seminar was a real discovery and really appreciated. This time it became a complement with more in-depth explanations and examples to understand how and why to use certain movements. As mentioned to Magnus, it is always a great pleasure and experience to participate to your seminar and take part of your knowledge on those matters related to Kung Fu, Qigong and more.
In brief, this seminar was fun and amazing. When we finished at 6:00PM or so, I felt being so full with energy. I am used to be a bit tired after a long day listening to someone (independently if the topic is or not of interest for me). But here it felt like I had rested in an efficient way! Quite strange indeed such a feeling! Even during the day after it felt like the energy was still flowing. The following days I continued to do the movements and it felt great. (I have to recognize that finding time is the biggest challenge so far! But when wanting to achieve something, action and time have to be taken! simplest answer: make time to do so!).
Concerning the place (Gunnebo castle), I found it really appropriate. Calm and peaceful. The arrangement of the day with the food and so was great (really good food!) A little minus however which I already mentioned to Elisabeth concerned the big windows in the room. It was great with such light during all day long, but unfortunately was attracting as well people passing by, which was a bit of a disturbance (when they look, comment, look again : ) But I understand that in such a room it is difficult to avoid it (except if closing the curtains, but then the whole point with the light coming in is lost!)
I would also have appreciated to be able to take notes during the time you were talking. I usually remember much more when I write down (even if not reading the notes afterwards). During the Spring seminar we were able to sit and write (and it become quite a lot at the end!). Now it felt that the brain got so much, but most of it is locked somewhere, waiting for a “trigger”. Nevertheless we were able to take notes during the final discussion session and I remember this part best.
I would be really interested in hearing when the next Qigong seminar is thought to take place, especially after you explained us that we got for the moment only an understanding of the opening movements but were missing the closing part.
Thanks again for this seminar
Simon Lau Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden