Experience Real Health through Emei Qigong
Qigong is said to be one of the most powerful healing modalities known to humankind. This places healthcare back in the hands of the individual.
Emei Qigong is the knowledge and practice, based on over 800 years of energy science, that through cultivating a compassionate heart, physical exercises and movements, helps create clarity and understanding of the Universe so that we can attain gradual or sudden Enlightenment.
Catherine has been recognized since 2000 as a Laoshi (Master) by Grandmaster Fu Wei Zhong, who is the direct 13th Lineage Holder of Emei Chan (Zen) Qigong. The Chinese sometimes refer to him as the “Emei wizard” and “China’s medical Buddha,” and regard him as “the father of modern medical Qigong.” He is a learned scholar: He has read thousands of books, both Chinese and foreign, and is well versed in the medical, philosophical, and theological theories of different schools, both Eastern and Western. He has published six books and more than 20 treatises in China. He has been made lifetime president of two Qigong institutions, the International Medical Qigong Academy and the Emei Linji International Qigong Medical Research Institute. He holds honorary positions and titles in more than 50 hospitals, medical colleges, Qigong clinics, and Qigong associations in China.
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The Netflix documentary I suggest is "The Mind...Explained". I inadvertanly said "Mindfullness Explained".
Posted on November 11, 2019 at 10:14am
Happy New Year. Great article I would like to share with you:
Posted on February 2, 2019 at 9:39am
I thought I would share with you the curriculum that Grandmaster will teach in Boston and Connecticut.
The first week end will cover the "18 Forms". This is a movement practice that opens, unblocks, and strengthens all the meridians. This form uses the Healing Sounds that we learn in Level 1 Healing Arts of Emei Qigong. I learned this form around the year 2000, and practice it regularly. When I went to China with Grandmaster in 2002, we practiced 18 Forms every day. But…Continue
Posted on May 1, 2014 at 6:10pm
At New Years many people make resolutions. I find strength in finding a single word that will carry me through the year.
Last year the word that came to me was "Confidence". I shared this with many of you. It brought me strength as I encounter within myself or many people with decisions, challenges, or life threatening diseases.
This year "Equanimity" is my goal. To not judge life's challenges as good or bad, positive or negative. To look at the world from all…Continue
Posted on January 8, 2014 at 10:21am