From the conclusion to Kenneth Sancier’s Anti-Aging Benefits of Qigong article: “This review deals with a small fraction of the large collection of clinical research on medical applications of qigong. The information presented is intended to illustrate the potential of qigong exercise for restoring normal body functions in people with chronic conditions, many of which […]
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“Great spiritual Beings, great spiritual Teachers and their disciples are spiritual energy transformers.” – Grand Master Choa Kok Sui Do not meditate too much on those who hurt you or aggravate you. Who and what you meditate on, you become. Meditate on the Guru and the Higher Beings! See Healing and Returning to Oneness and […]
Blissful Awakening movement of Hanuman Qigong “Let Love light your path, Truth guide your way, and Joy sing from your soul.” – Sananda I am grateful and fortunate to have studied within the span of 30 years with my pranic healing, meditation and Qigong teachers that made me realize my long-time dream of mastering energy […]
As a Traditional Chinese Medical practitioner since 1983 and a Qigong master (Pranic Crystal Healer), the practice of the Microcosmic Orbit meditation is indispensable in my clinical healing practice and my spiritual growth. The Microcosmic Orbit is the key to balancing energies in the body and the basic foundation for other advanced meditative practices such […]
Thyroid gland: A gland that makes and stores hormones that help regulate the heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, and the rate at which food is converted into energy. Thyroid hormones are essential for the function of every cell in the body. They help regulate growth and the rate of chemical reactions (metabolism) in the […]
While Qigong and Chinese tonic herbs are used generally for maintaining health and curing diseases caused by Shen, Qi and Jing deficiency, and obstruction of the physiological function in the organs of the body, most people are not aware of the necessity of Qigong and tonic herbs in sports, in energy building for energy practitioners […]
Qi is the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which includes acupuncture, herbology, massage and Qigong (internal and external Qigong) as taught by my classical Chinese medicine teacher Dr. Kok Yuen Leung and practiced clinically at the Hangzhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China where I had my TCM internship in 1993. Historically, Qigong is […]