Jing is an enhanced version of Ki. Jing is not squashed Ki. When there is enough Ki in one place it turns to Jing.
Jing can show physical effects of the damage, while Ki cannot. Jing can damage objects. I currently have about 4 holes
in my bedroom wall where I did Jing blasts.
To turn Ki into Jing, just visualize your attack as a solid object, e.g. Ki ball = cannon ball, golf ball. For a beam,
you could visualize a telegraph pole or a tree.
Jing, roughly translated, means power. Ki, roughly translated, means energy. So this is proof that Jing is stronger than
You can turn all Ki attacks into Jing, so you won't have to give up training with your favourite technique.