Unity of Three Hearts
Joy of samadhi
Passages in the book “Sheng Zhen Wuji Yuan Gong” answer the question What is Sheng Zhen?
“Within the depths of the human heart lies a paradise waiting to be experienced. It is the experience of Sheng Zhen – the experience of unconditional love. Sheng Zhen is pure, taintless, and totally free, depending on nothing for its existence. It is what every human being yearns for in his search for pleasure, happiness. peace, and contentment. It is man’s ultimate quest. The human being can truly rest only when he has experienced the fullness of unconditional love in his heart. Often hoping to find answers to life’s questions, he looks everywhere outside of himself to satisfy his needs. It is ironic that the very thing he is searching for is found resting in his heart.
Sheng Zhen is found in the heart of every human being as a seed waiting to be watered and nourished. Once Sheng Zhen is experienced in the heart, it is seen everywhere. There is nowhere that it does not exist, for the very fabric of existence is Sheng Zhen.
A glimpse of Sheng Zhen can shed light on the mystery of man’s existence and his relationship with his fellowmen and the universe. A natural understanding of life and the order of the universe develops. Coming in touch with Sheng Zhen affects and colors the way one sees and tastes life. In that love, the destructive power of differences and seeming inequalities is conquered; one’s view of the world expands to embrace all. This is the power of unconditional love. It dissolves all conflicts and makes the light of truth shine; all differences melt in its luminosity and clarity. Sheng Zhen is the highest most sacred truth.
The experience of Sheng Zhen is the gift of the practice of Wuji Yuan Gong. Through the practice, the heart is opened; the experience of unconditional love becomes tangible and accessible. As the Qi flows through the body in the practice, it brings about an experience of inner delight. This can only be described as being in a state of love. With time, one can even feel this blissful inner sensation while going through an ordinary day in one’s life. Slowly and naturally, balance, harmony, wisdom, compassion, joy, and divine inspiration characterize one’s existence.
To an individual whose being is permeated with Sheng Zhen, there is no such thing as a spiritual or materialistic life. There is only life and the beautiful poetry of existence in this realm. Such is the gift of Sheng Zhen.”
Sheng Zhen Gong Forms and Functional Names:
Kuan Yin Sitting Gong – Heaven Earth Gong
Kuan Yin Standing Gong – Heaven Nature Gong
Jesus Sitting Gong – Heart Spirit as One Gong
Jesus Standing Gong – Heart Mind as One Gong
Mohammed Sitting Gong – Listening to the Heart Gong
Mohammed Standing Gong – Releasing the Heart Gong
Return to Spring Gong – Return to Nature Gong
Hanuman Qigong – Origin of the Heart Gong
Awakening the Soul Gong
Jiu Zhuan Zhen Dan (Nine Turns)
Zhongtian YiQi Gong – Union of Three Hearts
Heaven Nature Gong by Ricardo B Serrano
Origin of the Heart by Ricardo B Serrano
Understanding the Heart of Chinese Medicine
Emotional balance is important for good heart health
Studies show that emotional imbalances can have a damaging effect on the heart, such as the impact chronic stress has in elevating blood pressure. But some researchers find an even deeper connection between the heart and mind.
How do you see the wind? To get a handle on energetic ideas, it helps to use symbols and archetypes for illustration. That’s why Chinese medicine talks in terms of yin and yang, and the five elements of metal, wood, water, fire, and earth to describe health and disease.
In traditional Chinese medicine theory, balance is the name of the game. The cool, soft properties of yin should be in harmony with the heat and strength of yang.
In this ideology, each organ corresponds with one of the five elements found in nature. Illness arises when these elements are out of balance. Too much of one element is an excess condition. Too little is a deficiency. When energy (Qi) is blocked, it results in stagnation.
In Chinese Five Element theory, the five primary organs are each associated with an element. (Illustration Jens Almroth)
The heart represents the fire element. The Chinese didn’t believe there were actual flames in the heart, but this serves as another metaphor that carries throughout diagnosis and treatment. Insomnia, for example, is a symptom of excess heart fire. Congestive heart failure is a result of heart yang deficiency.
Not only does the heart contain the spark of consciousness, but the acupuncture meridian that corresponds to the heart is called the “fire channel.” It runs along your arm, from your armpit, to the tip of your pinky.
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The Use of Qi in Self-Defense
Unity of Three Hearts
Qi and Classical Acupuncture
Qigong and TCM
Health Benefits of Tai Chi/Qigong
Immortality, the Ultimate Goal of Qigong
Dynamic Flow Process of Tube Torus
Jedi’s Force is Qi cultivated by Qigong
Pantheism is All is God
Joy of samadhi is bliss for the universe
Get Well Verse (for Cancer patients)
Guo Lin Qigong Meridian Theory
Guo Lin Qigong Testimonials
Guo Lin Qigong for Cancer
Meditation on Three Hearts
Why Practice Meditation on Three Hearts?
“God is a creative principle and energy, not a personality. May God’s Force, Peace and Wisdom be with you, too.”
– Excerpts from Way of Qi, page 28, Oneness with Shiva
Jedi’s Force is Qi cultivated by Qigong
His seven books covered thoroughly in You Hold the Keys to Healing together with Workshops will show you how to develop your energy bubble to experience Sheng Zhen thereby healing holistically and returning to oneness.
Books for Returning to Oneness
Master Pranic Healer Ricardo B Serrano, R.Ac. integrates pranic healing with Enlightenment Qigong forms, acupuncture, herbs and acupressure. He is a certified Qigong teacher trained by Pan Gu Shen Gong Master Ou Wen Wei, Sheng Zhen Gong Master Li Junfeng, Qi Dao Master Lama Tantrapa, Primordial Wuji Qigong Master Michael Winn, Zhan Zhuang Qigong Master Richard Mooney, Pranic Healing Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, Master Nona Castro and Mang Mike Nator. He is also a certified Merkabah teacher trained by Merkabah Master Alton Kamadon.
His seven books Return to Oneness with Shiva, Return to Oneness with the Tao, Return to Oneness with Spirit, Meditation and Qigong Mastery, Keys to Healing and Self-Mastery, Oneness with Shiva, and The Cure & Cause of Cancer comprise altogether his Master Pranic Healer thesis for the Integral Studies of Inner Sciences.
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