In Chinese, Guo H literally means fruit, and it stands for result. The result of my path so far has been to move me from the East to the West so I would have the chance to teach my Qigong and to publish my articles and books. The reason I chose writing and teaching as the goals of my life is that from my personal experience in working with patients, I've found that their physical problems are related to their mental and spiritual bodies. Through my teaching and writing, I am trying to convey this important connection. I want to help people understand that various diseases are related not just to the physical body but are also related to the spiritual heart. To recover from disease or imbalances, the majority of patients need to do spiritual cultivation in addition to physical treatment.
Perhaps this book can inspire more people to follow the wisdom of classical spiritual cultivation. My hope is that my book will be like a small drop of water falling into the ocean, making ripples that resonate with people's hearts. I hope this drop of water will facilitate the awakening of consciousness for many people. I humbly pray that more true masters drop their "jade" (wisdom) into the Qi Ocean to make huge ripples that will guide you on your spiritual journey.
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