Zhen震 ☳ /Thunder Qigong for Healing
According to the classical Qigong tradition, there is only one disease: Qi stagnation. This fundamental principle of traditional Chinese medicine is described to us in the HuangDi NeiJing黃帝內經: BuTongZeTong 不通則痛 – If there is no flow, there is disease. Qi stagnation (or loss of Qi flow) forms irregular patterns in the energetic, mental and/or physical planes of the body. Left unchecked, Qi stagnation will manifest as the myriad of diseases known to modern medicine. By learning to transform areas of stagnation back to free-flowing Qi, we work to recover our health and sense of wellbeing.
In China’s esoteric EMeiZhenGong 峨嵋真功 (Mt. Emei Sage Style) school, transforming areas of Qi stagnation is the key to healing illness and imbalance. Guided by the principles of the Yijing 易經 (I Ching), this classical Qigong therapy promotes the free flow of Qi throughout the body, optimizes the function of the organ systems, awakens the Shen 神, and brings balance to the physical and mental bodies.
This Qigong session will be of interest to practitioners looking for a simple, yet powerful tool for helping themselves and their patients overcome sickness and developing their healing skills. Participants will learn Daoist internal alchemical healing principle, Zhen 震 ☳ (Thunder) Qigong, and experience the healing and spiritual transformation effects of this traditional Qigong practice.
About Master Zhongxian Wu
Master Zhongxian Wu, lifelong Daoist practitioner, was born in a traditional fishing village on China’s eastern shore, where the sunlight first touches the Chinese mainland. At an early age he committed himself to the pursuit of the ancient arts of internal cultivation: Qigong, Taiji, internal martial arts, Chinese medicine, Yijing science, FengShui, Chinese astrology and cosmology, Chinese calligraphy and traditional Chinese music.
Master Wu has authored numerous articles and 15 books (5 in Chinese) on China’s ancient life sciences. He synthesizes wisdom and experience for beginning and advanced practitioners, as well as for patients.