For example, a student started giving me a Qigong treatment and things were going OK at first, but then then I started to feel kind of yukky and rather displaced. I could tell the student's focus had changed and she was not mentally focused on the treatment. I guessed she was probably thinking about when the next break was, or what she was going to do after class. Since my Qi movement had become connected to her thoughts, my Qi was now was starting to be directed by her now displaced thoughts. My Qi seemed to be leaving my body, or in some cases, going in a circle. At the end of this Qigong treatment, I felt totally yukky.
So, if you, for whatever reason, receive a Qigong medical treatment that leaves you feeling 'displaced' and 'out-of-sorts', you can get back to 'zero' by taking a warm bath with Epson salts and soak for about 10 minutes. This will help diffuse and soften those out-of-sort sensations. Then, do some Qigong exercises &/or Qigong meditations and get your Qi tank refilled.
Learning to become a Qigong Medical Therapist takes practice, practice, and practice. One of the most important first skills to develop is the ability to stay focused throughout an entire treatment.