What are the similarities and differences between qigong and yoga, meditation _1
What are the similarities and differences between Qigong and Yoga?
Although there is no “qigong” equivalent to the original meaning in Buddhism, in terms of modern qigong, objective qigong and meditation contain similar qigong content.
Yoga is the transliteration of Sanskrit YOGA. In the Buddhist scriptures, the Chinese translation is “corresponding”, which means controlling your body to correspond to something (consistent, consistent).
Yoga is a collective term for the ancient Indian religions to self-modulate to exercise, and Buddhism also refers to its meditation as yoga.
The meditation is called a yoga practitioner, or a yoga teacher.
The practice methods of Buddhism Tantrics are more named after yoga.
In India, various training methods are still collectively referred to as yoga, but with some changes, there are many spiritual connotations and exercise postures.
Absolutely, because of its physiological characteristics, it has been recognized in the world, especially in Europe and America.
Meditation refers to the practice of meditation.
Zen is the abbreviation of Sanskrit “Dan” (DHYANA), Chinese translation “contemplation”, “thinking maintenance”, refers to thinking in a quiet state of mind.
It is a free translation of Sanskrit Sanya (SAMADHI), which refers to all the calm and dizzy moods.
The meditation is a general term for all kinds of yoga in Buddhism.
It should be pointed out that Zen’s “clear mind” Kung Fu is also called “Zen” and has its special meaning.
Meditation is a method of practice in Buddhism. It means putting down all the fandoms and distractions in a quiet environment and normal life, focusing on the spirit and carrying out constant practice.
Qigong and yoga, meditation have a lot in common, for example, this is a self-practical method, which requires a combination of tuning, pacing, and tempering to achieve a state of calm and spirit.And to gain a variety of opportunities in wisdom, you can completely criticize fitness, cultivate morality, cultivate temperament, and use it as a new way for people to understand their own life movements.
Although there is a lot of consistency between them, in general, qigong and yoga, meditation and so on are still qualitatively different.
The purpose of Qigong research is to be based on real life at all stages so that human beings can get real benefits.
The purpose of Qigong exercise is generally to cure the disease, maintain the health and puzzle, and cultivate the temperament.
Buddhists practice yoga, and the purpose of meditation is to gain great wisdom and serious troubles.
Because of disease prevention, fitness is just a by-product obtained during the course of training.
At the same time, the two ambitions are different from the “view”. Qigong is mostly for certain aspects that are good for health, while yoga and meditation are all subject to certain religious content, such as chanting Buddha.
In the eyes of Buddhists, a person spends a lot of time practicing qigong for the treatment of illness and fitness. I don’t know if the Buddha’s family stopped watching life and death, and it is “taking gold bars as straw”.
It can be seen that people practicing Qigong and Buddhist meditation do not seem to have much difference in appearance and method, but their subjective beliefs are qualitatively different.