Trusted teacher: Jinggong, Chinese meditation, originates from Taoism. So-called static work, as opposed to dynamic work, is a type of Qigong in which static postures in conjunction with mental activities and breathing methods. It is a common practice for Qigong and martial arts. “Secrets of Life Protection”, written in Chinese Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), mentioned: “Using Jinggong to nourish Qi.” I started learning Qi from childhood, then I studied Reiki in Switzerland, and then I improved my skills through online courses. Through my experiences practicing Qi to myself and others, I have found some of its effects: Immediate results: improve sleep, relieve fatigue and stress, be more concentrated, etc .; Long-term results: have more vitality, calm pain, increase resistance, improve allergies, relieve depression, increase self-confidence, restore body self-regulation, ultimately make body and mentality healthier.