Sheye, I wasn't not asking you!
I was just putting it out there for anyone.
While I'm not personally a believer in Qi Gong or anything else, I think there is a difference between sharing your beliefs and taking advantage of people. I don't think that the chance that there might be validity to Dahn Yoga as a discipline justifies the leader or the group's methods in obtaining followers, money, etc.
I was quoting Bionic's post, but only because it set me along that line of thinking, not becausem I expected bionic to answer. Your input is always welcome, as is everyone else's. I refuse to engage in anymore conversation with malai, but that's a personal choice. I've always seen that person as a bit of a troll, who loves to ignore my posts when it suits them, but feels free to derail other conversations to make their "point". I don't want anyone else to feel like I don't welcome their comments or opinions, though.
I actually have done yoga in the past, as a form of exercise, which is one of the reasons I found this article interesting in the first place. I know lots of other people who look at it as a form of fitness training and nothing more, but that is obvious NOT the case in all instances. It's weird to think that something like this might be going on at your local yoga studio, you know?
"It's like arguing with a brick wall, except the brick wall thinks you're an idiot, and thinks it's winning." - Humphreys, that sexy beast.
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn