Master Zhen Qingchuan has been involved in Zhineng Qigong healing and teaching for more than 25 years. He successfully accomplished the rigorous teachers’ program in the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Training & Recovery Center – globally renowned as the first “medicine-less hospital in the world” – under the guidance of Dr Pang Ming.
He continued to work closely with Dr Pang Ming for 4 years and supported the journey to healing of hundres of people – including mental, chronic and terminal illnesses.
Master Zhen Qingchuan teaches the principles of Zhineng Qigong healing in his own Zhineng Qigong Center in Beijing, China, as well as in Europe, Australia, Sri Lanka, South America and Malaysia. Zhen believes in teaching Zhineng Qigong in its pure, original form as taught by Grandmaster Pang Ming. He is a very experienced teacher, passionate about sharing the theory and practice of Zhineng Qigong as well as providing individual Qigong healing sessions for any person in need.
The five Zang-organs’ qi is closely related to our characters and emotions. As a more subtle qi, Shen acts on characters and emotions and can transform them by transforming the five Zang-organs’ qi. Once Shen has fully taken its role as the “True Self”, you are no longer a slave of characters and emotions but their master. Inevitably, you find yourself and I find myself and at the end, we are the same, we are oneness.
With his excellent, meditative and joyful teaching style, as well as his knowledge on Zhineng Qigong and TCM medicine, Master Zhen teaches our students how to easily and effectively reduce the feeling of stress, nourish the power of the heart and strengthen the powerful mind.
When the mind starts to perceive its own self instead of speculating on the outside world, the world becomes self-aware. And when the mind withdraws into itself, the subject and the object of perceptions are unified.
Master Zhen Qingchuan and his wife, TCM doctor Liu Lily, are the authors of „Psychology of Inner Perceptions”, a theory that proposes a direct approach observing the internal mental state and by doing so, eliminating possible problems from within. As the mind retreats, it takes energy back to refuel itself and become more sharp, stable and clear. When its energy reaches a certain level, the mind will be so sharp, that it can discover, dissolve and eliminate inner marks left by previous moods, events and thoughts. This is the process of discovery and recovery.
(…) The mind of the investigator orients inwardly, connects to the mind of the subject, and directly perceives information from the inside. Ill information gives rise to a variety of mental disorders and even physical diseases. Pinpointing and erasing it from the inside can save a lot of energy. It is significant for both the patients and psychologists.
- The Psychology of Inner Perceptions: A New Branch Originating from TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
- Wu Yuan Zhuang: The Third Level Practice of Zhineng Dynamic Qigong
Did You Know ?
Master Zhen Qingchuan is the author of the book “Psychology of Inner Perceptions” which has been translated to Spanish and French. It will soon be released in German as well.
The “Psychology of Inner Perceptions” is a new branch of psychology. It has its roots in Chinese culture, especially in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The orientation of perception of being either inward or outward marks the distinction between the methodology of existing branches of psychology and that of the Psychology of Inner Perceptions.
The „Psychology of Inner Perceptions“ proposes a direct approach observing the internal mental state and process and by that eliminating possible problems from within. As the mind retreats, it takes energy back to refuel itself and becomes more sharp, stable and clear.
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