Did You Know ?
In Zhineng Qigong we define “Qi” far beyond the well-known concept of vitality and energy. Zhineng Qigong takes into account the universal Qi as one entity of the three substances information, energy and form.
From the perspective of Qigong medicine, every kind of disease and/or discomfort originates from disorganized Qi in the body.
There are basically only two disorders in physical disharmony: either the Qi is blocked in the body or it is not sufficient and available in abundance. Therefore, to promote a healthy body, one must learn how to let the Qi and blood flow freely and abundantly in the body.
According to Chinese medicine, the Qi circulates as life energy through energy channels referred to as meridians. Although Qigong has already been working with this knowledge for thousands of years, scientists in the West succeeded to demonstrate the structure of meridians on the body surface only in 2005.
Through training in Zhineng Qigong, a highly effective form of Asian meditative movement, the Qi is reorganized in the body and diseases may dissolve. The slow, meditative movements of Qigong, synchronized with visualizations and positive affirmations of health and life intentions, strengthen our Qi and our bodily functions to promote sufficient Qi and blood flow throughout the body.
“Our consciousness is refined so that the state of our energy in our body improves,” says Dr Pang Ming, founder of Zhineng Qigong. “This then leads to vibrant health, new vitality, a harmonious body and mind and a keener life.”
Zhineng (Wisdom) Qigong takes into account that by being healthy from within, we are healthy on the outside and not the other way around. This is in contrast to many people who may direct their focus more to the outside. For example, medication is an external remedy for the body that ignores the body’s own natural and internal remedies and abilities to restructure itself and heal. Nowadays, people follow the advice of doctor after doctor, but with the Zhineng Qigong approach you become your own doctor as no one understands your body better than you do.
From the perspective of Zhineng Qigong, the exterior has no meaning. Take time to rest and to discover what you want, what is important and who you are. Only then can you be free of what others expect from you. If you manage to be completely free of beliefs and expectations, and if you really experience the “nothing” inside, then you are able to activate your self-healing capabilities.