I have a wee bit of a dilemma on my hands! It has to do with blogging versus practicing Qigong. You see, I love blogging, but I only have so much time in the day between my morning walks and my obligations with running a karate club, so I have to spend it judiciously, and judiciously these days means allocating as much time to practicing Qigong as possible.
Practicing Qigong, I believe, will help me return my body to homeostasis and recover my health, so it is critical that I devote as much time to it is possible. I have experienced firsthand the benefits of practicing Qigong, because I certainly feel better when I’m doing it. I’m also very inspired by the success of Bianca Molle and Howard Shifke who recovered their health through an intense Qigong practice.
On the other hand, I really do enjoy blogging … although I have to admit, the act of sitting in a chair facing the computer kind of stresses me a bit, particularly as it relates to dictating into speech recognition software. This can be quite frustrating when the program fails to recognize what I’m dictating, which happens a lot. But I love knowing that the blogs I post are helping people and I love interacting with everyone through their comments.
I guess when it comes right down to it, it’s a very easy decision. As much as I enjoy blogging, I’m going to have to put it on the back burner for now, which means cutting up way back for the time being … hopefully, I can find the time to do at least one a week. The one consolation is as much as I like blogging now, I will certainly have a much better story to tell when I’ve recovered my health.
If you haven’t already made Qigong part of your healing program, I urge you to do so immediately. It really is awesome! I posted a couple of blogs on the subject, which will help you get started.
So, for now, thank you so much for your support and I’ll do my best to communicate anything that will help you in your recovery process!
Have an awesomely clear day!