The unity of the subject and object of cognition

Here, the subject of cognition is referred to as the activities of consciousness (precisely speaking, the functioning of superintelligence) of the researcher. The object is that which is to be studied, which includes the researcher's own life processes and the objective existences in the natural world. According to the Hunyuan Entirety Theory, there is a high-level identity between the subject of cognition and the object of cognition. In this regard, the entirety characteristics also manifest...

Chigong science

Chigong science is a science founded upon the basis of the Entirety Concept - perceiving things as a whole. It employs superintelligence, including various innate special abilities attained through chigong practice as means by which to uncover the laws of human life within the unity of man, society and nature. This new science also applies these laws in the service of mankind, helping humanity to make the great leap from the dimension of life governed by necessity into the realm of freedom.

The features of the Hunyuan Entirety Theory

It is a theory centralized upon man. b. It is a unified spirit-matter world view, based upon the oneness of all substance. c. It regards the chi of unified human consciousness as the highest level of Hunyuan chi, as a result of its higher position on the evolutionary spiral than original Hunyuan chi. d. It possesses a distinguishing feature of levels. e. It possesses a distinguishing feature of indeterminable time and space. f. It possesses a distinguishing feature of...

Being clear about the aims of Zhineng Qigong practice

The ultimate aim of Zhineng Qigong is to advance the development of human culture to the point of making a leap to a higher level of living. There are different requirements at different stages in the overall process of reaching this goal. Whether for the prevention and healing of illness, the maintenance of health, or the development of intelligence, the ultimate aim of Zhineng Qigong should be to promote the heightened development of human civilization, to create a better world, and to...

Summary

The benefits of the healing of illness and progress in practice. The essential conditions for the healing of illness and the making of progress are plentiful and abundant chi and blood and the smooth and unimpeded circulation of chi and blood. Many diseases are caused by the abnormal circulation of the chi and blood, due to incorrect physical postures. Through the practice of this standing form, every part of the body is adjusted to assume a correct posture, which further promotes the normal...

The Infinite Voyage

The path to healing, though almost always a major life challenge, need not be a dark night of the soul - a stormy voyage upon uncharted seas without benefit of compass, moon or starlight. While, if we are to become whole, the risks of the voyage must be made, and in the end made each alone, we would be wise to chart our course as the seafarers of old, by the maps of those who have gone before, and spent their lives upon these waters. They know the whereabouts of reefs and shoals, the lay of the...

The continuity of practice

In their private moments, some practitioners and would-be practitioners have wondered if the rather stringent injunctions against missing even a single day's practice are not perhaps just a little extreme in their dogmatism. They have encountered the formidable concept of 'gongs' and further 'gongs', and sensed the perilous implications of ever lapsing in these critical endeavors, lest all be lost. Professor Pang provides further cause for concern in reaffirming in fairly incisive terms the...

The implications of Inner Perception in traditional chigongs

As we know, through the practice of chigong, quantum leaps may take place at different levels within the human body. Chigong can not only prevent and heal illness - it can also develop one's intelligence potential, as has been stated above. When one's inner sensory ability (including higher-sensory perception) becomes sharp enough, one can actively perceive the various life processes within the human body. These life activities include the functioning and individual processes of the internal...

The Power of Vibrational Vocalizing

Quite apart from any religious or conceptual frameworks, the use of vocalized sound can have a profoundly centering and balancing effect on the human energy field. The human body is sound-sensitive in the extreme, its whole skeletal framework being one huge highly conductive sounding board, while its tissues are composed of crystalline micro-structures whose fundamental purpose is the transmission of impulses and vibrations throughout the entire system. The human body may also be seen as a...

Higher Dimensions Of Practice

The Total Exercise of One's Being, Body, Mind and Spirit The true practice of any discipline, Zhineng Qigong included, cannot fail to impact all the layers of one's being. With this in mind, we should seek to approach our own practice with a quality of humility, wholehearted perseverance, and boundless faith. The presence of nature is always a powerful starting place for such an endeavor, as is the company of those who share our spiritual intent. Simplicity, silence and humility allow the...

The Effect of Zhineng Qigong on the Mind and Spirit

Until now, Western students have received relatively little or no information or instruction about how Zhineng Qigong practice impacts the mind, emotions and spirit. One reason for this is simply the much more dramatic and visible nature of physical healing, which causes the focus of attention to be limited solely to these areas. As yet there has been no opportunity for non-Chinese-speaking students to avail themselves of Professor Pang's writings on these subjects, due to the absence of...

Zhineng Qigong

In Chinese, zhi means wisdom and intelligence, the synthesis of functions performed by the cerebral cortex in dealing with external things neng means ability and capability, in both their physical and spiritual as pects. Briefly stated, Zhineng Qigong refers to a chigong through the practice of which intelligence can be developed, and various abilities enhanced. In other words, Zhineng Qigong is a chigong designed with the purpose of enhancing ordinary intelligence as well as developing...

The guiding principles of the development of Zhineng Qigong

To guarantee the healthy development of Zhineng Qigong, the practice of the following four principles has been stipulated One Aim, Two High Ideals, Three Teaching Principles and Four Cardinal Criteria. One Aim Under the guidance of dialectical materialism and historical materialism, deeply practice and probe into traditional chigongs, blazing new trails with sharpened minds. Render the ancient chigongs scientific and publicly accessible, encouraging participation by great numbers of people in...

Noteworthy achievements through the application of the Inner Perception Method

There have been many noteworthy achievements in the application of the Inner Perception Method. a. The Theory of the Main and Collateral Chi Channels, as well as the Theory of Chi and Its Transmutation were established upon foundations laid by the active application of the Inner Perception Method. Both the Theory of the Main and Collateral Chi Channels and the Theory of Chi and Its Transmutation constitute the theoretical essences of Traditional Chinese Medicine and ancient chigongs. They have...

Reaping the best rewards from Zhineng Qigong practice

It is easy for everyone to learn how to practice chigong, but in order to reap the richest rewards, efforts need to be made to embody the following requirements of practice a. Build up a firm faith and confidence. b. Be clear about the aims of Zhineng Qigong practice. c. Do away with unenlightened beliefs. d. Follow the laws of Zhineng Qigong. e. Build up a profound Zhineng Qigong (energy-intelligence) consciousness. f. Adopt an appropriate attitude towards the reactions that may occur during...

The Power Of Synergy The Intelligence Of Energy

It is true that special conditions are in effect in China which are not readily reproducible elsewhere, but this is no reason to discount the power of one's own endeavors wherever one may happen to be. The phenomenon of the fchi field' is perhaps the most potent of these. Where two or more are gathered, there am I. While these are the words of Christ, this powerful saying might apply equally well to Zhineng Qigong wherever a committed practice is consistently performed, particularly in concert...

Vitamin E alpha tochopherol

(Natural- source vitamins are always to be used) A potent antioxidant, which was first pioneered into clinical use and public awareness by two Canadian cardiologists, Evan and Wilfrid Shute, M.D.'s has been the subject of literally thousands of research papers confirming its effectiveness in treating and reversing such conditions as coronary thrombosis, angina pectoris due to coronary artery narrowing, thrombophlebitis, the dissolving of arterial thrombii, Buerger's Disease, peripheral vascular...

Relaxation

What is referred to here is the relaxation of the body. During chigong practice, neither tighten the body nor resort to using brute force, but instead relax the body in a conscious and natural manner. The ideal is, to be relaxed but not slack, to be poised but not stiff. The essential point is to allow the idea Relax to penetrate that part of the body that is to be relaxed. The mind governs the chi, and where the mind arrives, the chi follows conversely, where the mind does not arrive, chi...

The Cultivation Of Intelligent Energy

We - ordinary mortals for the most part - cannot be assured of finding just the perfect shaman nor can we embark to the foothills of the Himalayas on a quest for the ultimate guru we cannot be assured of the timely descent of the Holy Spirit - which falls and withdraws with alarming unpredictability, like a thief in the night - for the resolution of our needs nor are we wise to depend upon the ever-burgeoning crop of premature psychics and soothsayers who are all too quick to attribute cosmic...

The higher level of the chi of unified human consciousness Ytyuan Ti above that of original Hunyuan chi in the

Original Hunyuan chi is invisible and formless, and its mass and energy exist in a concealed condition. It is an undiscernible, indescribable and homogeneous substance, but it can evolve into all forms of substance having mass and energy, and ultimately, into man. Human consciousness is the activity of unified Hunyuan chi of the human brain, which is formed when, upon reaching a certain level, the cellular Hunyuan chi of the human brain is gathered and condensed. This substance possesses a...

Practicing conscientiously and seriously

In order to benefit oneself more effectively and more rapidly through one's personal practice, one must rely upon one's own self. The teacher can only teach theories and methods, and offer advice and help at various critical moments, which then may have the effect of encouraging students to attain higher levels of achievement. However, if one does not practice at all oneself, it is not very likely that receiving the teacher's instructions would result in relevant changes in one's own body. How,...

The relationship between the Inner Perception Method and the External Observation Method

As stated above, the Inner Perception Method and the External Observation Method seem as different as heaven and earth - even incompatible, as fire and water the ancients also believed that only when External Observation was expunged could inner perception be acquired . In fact, the relationship between the Inner Perception Method and the External Observation Method is at one and the same time antithetical and mutually complementary. The Inner Perception Method and the External Observation...

The methodological foundation of chigong science

Methodology is the general principle by which people are educated in ways in which to understand the universe this is closely related to the particular cognition of the nature of the universe or world view at work. Generally speaking, methodology and world view are intimately related to each other and are always coupled. A certain methodology will result in a specific corresponding world view a specific world view also mandates a related methodology. In a sense, they are in a mutually...

Training programs available at the Center

The following are full-time programs available at the Center a. Twenty-four day recovering program. b. Fifty-day recovering program. c. Ten-day tuition-free training program for scientists and professors. d. Twenty-four-day Body and Mind Form Xing Shen Zhuang training program for instructors. e. Twenty-four-day Five One Form Wu Yuan Zhuang training program for instructors. f. Twenty-four-day superintelligence special abilities training program for instructors. g. Twenty-four-day half-tuition...

Chi Qi

Chi Qi is the most profound and fundamental concept in both ancient chigongs and Traditional Chinese Medicine. With regard to chi, it is easy to refer to the breath and to that which we breathe thus some have translated chigong as Breathing Exercise, which is not truly accurate. Although breath control occupies a vital position in many schools of chigong, the chi referred to in chigong is entirely different from simply that which we breathe. In the theoretical view of classic Chinese cultures...

The existence of Hunyuan chi within and around all things

Visible substance is the gathered or condensed form of its inherent Hunyuan chi, while the Hunyuan chi surrounding it is its attenuated, dispersed form of existence. The greater the density and volume of a substance, the thicker and broader the Hunyuan chi around it becomes. Any change in the character and structure of a substance will also cause relative changes in the Hunyuan chi around it, and vice versa. Every substance is the unity of its own physical and superphysical existences, which is...

The unique research method of chigong science

Chigong science employs its own unique research method, which has been termed the Inner Perception Neiqiu Method, while the counterpart utilized in modern science is the External Observation Waiqiu Method the process of practical application, induction, deduction, and the tracing from effects back to causes , and other such related methods. Nei means internal, inner, while its opposite - wai means external, outer. Qiu means to seek the answer to, the solution to, or the truth of something....

Compassion In Action

It has been erroneously assumed by some that concealment of such information, having long been the traditional approach with regard to many past practices, is the wisest choice. This was based upon caveats and protocols which have largely become obsolete and outmoded in our contemporary era of ever-expanding cultural global information-sharing. At their best, the ancient taboos on the revelation of such teachings were conceived out of a respect and a reverence for life, including the safety of...

Respecting the

One of the principles of chigong practice is the necessity of respecting both the teacher and the Tao this is not contradictory to the new teaching-learning relationship advocated by Zhineng Qigong. In the process of teaching and practicing, students and teachers co-exist as equals. Teachers should not think themselves as superior to their students, nor even as rendering charitable service. From the point of view of optimal learning, however, it is strongly recommended that both the teacher and...

The First Step is the Last

The pilgrimage into self-healing and self-knowledge, like life itself, presents itself as a successive series of foothills - or perhaps mountains - each unfolding before our gaze as the seemingly final challenge to be surmounted - only to reveal, once we have scaled its summit, a further peak looming upon the horizon. Fortunately, the choice is not ours to make just as we cannot take two breaths at once, nor live two moments together, so, no matter how great the distance or the endeavor to be...

Combining the research on special abilities with the modernization of Traditional Chinese Medicine and scientific

Both the seemingly miraculous special abilities and the effects of chigong are both unacceptable to modern medicine and science but chigong and special abilities have their own native home to which they can return - the respective theoretical systems of chigong and Chinese medicine - embracing the classical Entirety Concept of Human Life. The undertaking of scientific experimentation upon both special abilities as well as upon the external effects of chigong have provided positive contemporary...

Words of Instruction based upon Professor Pangs recorded tape

Let us start the practice of Three Centers Merge Standing Form. Preparatory posture Put the feet together, keeping the whole body upright, centered, and well balanced, naturally allowing both hands to hang down at the sides gaze forward at eye level, withdrawing one's vision within oneself gently close the eyes, relax the entire body. Turn both vision and hearing within, into the center of the brain. Separate the two feet through stepping upon chi and stand in the required posture. Beginning...

Contemporary needs and requirements for the practice of chigong

With regard to the practice methods of chigong, what are the needs and requirements of our own time The answer can be summed up in these words Chigong must offer us a practice which is simple and clear, rational and reasonable, easy to learn, safe and highly effective. Simplicity and clarity refer to the need for the theories and practice methods of chigong be simple and clear there are no particular requirements or restrictions for practice environments the forms can be practiced easily and...

The scientific confirmation of chi and the main and collateral chi channels

Both The Theory of Chi and Its Transmutation as well as The Theory of the Main and Collateral Chi Channels have existed for more than 2,000 years. But what is chi What are these channels These are still insoluble mysteries for most people, even in our era of highly developed scientific research. The most advanced electron microscope can distinguish micro-matter as fine as 0.3 angstrom A . Not only can macromolecules be seen, but so also can micro-molecules and even non-organic hydrate ions yet...

The relationship between Traditional Chinese Medicine and chigong

Zhineng Qigong medical science is a branch of Zhineng Qigong science. However, in Chinese history, traditional chigongs and Traditional Chinese Medicine are two bright pearls in the treasure chest of Chinese culture. In the long river of history, they illuminate each other with dazzling brightness. What is the relationship between them To a considerable extent and within certain parameters chigong constitutes an important part of, and provides the essence and foundation for, Traditional Chinese...

Clearing the paths

While Zhineng Qigong is a complete system addressing all areas and levels of the body and mind, until one comes to learn the second level, which concerns itself with the loosening and clearing of joints, ligaments, tendons and fascia so that chi may flow more fully and freely, it would be valuable for the student to undertake a series of simple breath-coordinated bendings and stretchings prior to practice for this purpose. These may be drawn from traditional chigong warm-ups, hatha yoga...

Aids and Precautions for Practice

Weather-permitting, it is always preferable to practice in as close contact as possible with the energies of nature, barefoot or thinly slippered, lightly clad, as near as possible to mature trees and running water. These will add freshness and vitality to your practice. During practice, direct sunlight should be avoided after 11 a.m. and before 3 p.m., as it can easily sap one's energy and create weariness and fatigue so likewise should one avoid extreme cold, heat, chill winds and dampness,...

Let us now begin the practice of the Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down Method

Preparatory Posture Put the feet together, keeping the whole body upright, centered, and well balanced, naturally allowing both hands to hang down at the sides gaze forward at eye level, withdrawing one's vision within oneself gently close the eyes, and relax the entire body. Extend up into the sky and step down into the earth, relaxing the whole body and expand the awareness be tranquil within and respectful without clear the mind and maintain a reverent attitude dispel all distracting...

The Entirety Theory

The Entirety Theory expounded represents only one aspect of the Hunyuan Entirety Theory it possesses many views identical to the Entirety Theory of modern science. According to the Hunyuan Entirety Theory, an entirety is formed by the interactions of its inherent parts, and is completely, independently and individually manifested in its interrelationships with external things. It is based upon but not equal to the sum of all of its inherent parts. It is the composite unity of both its inherent...

The Blueprint of Zhineng Qigong Science

The Hunyuan Entirety Theory Oneness of Spirit-Matter World View The Inner Perception Method Superintelligence vt vl Receiving Information Super-thinking Transmitting Information -Fishery -Stock Raising -Forestry -Agriculture -Industry -All branches of natural science- -Chigong Engineering Integrated with ordinary intelligence and technology Theories of Application in all Fields

Swimming Experiencing the Ultimate Flow

One of the profoundest means of enhancing overall health, swimming in fresh - and particularly salt - water is second to none in purifying, strengthening and energizing the energy field. The total polymorphous stimulation of the water, rich in the broken-bonded negative ions which thrive wherever water breaks over itself, such as seashores, running brooks and streams, and heavily rained upon areas, provides maximum cleansing effect to the human system, mobilizing total lymphatic circulation,...

Posture One Starting From the Front and Lifting Chi Up Laterally

Rotate and point the fingers to the front, stretch the clasped hands forward at the level of the shoulders. Separate the fingers and point the hands upward with the palms facing front. Separate the hands completely to keep them at shoulder width. Explanation Resuming the praying hands position, rotate and stretch the tips of the fingers forward until the arms are straight out horizontally Figure 17 . While maintaining the contact of the forefingers and thumbs, separate the hands, starting...

The diverse levels comprising Hunyuan chi and physical substances

Because substance is evolved from Hunyuan chi, the most primordial and original state of subtle matter is the original state of Hunyuan chi, which can be called original Hunyuan chi. It is a superfine, homogeneous and unique substance with no differentiation in its nature, which fills the whole universe and permeates all things. It is a unity, and incapable of being divided. It can evolve and transmute itself into different states of superphysical and subphysical Hunyuan chi, and can further...

Introduction

This therapy is an external-chi healing method derived from the Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down Method. It directly employs the essences of the latter to treat either others or oneself. It is also the basis of external-chi therapy. It is the fundamental skill of Zhineng Qigong and should be mastered by every practitioner. Through pulling chi, one can easily experience and observe the existence of external chi chi in the natural world and around one's own physical body it is also an effective way...

The unique aim of chigong science research

Simply speaking, the aim of the scientific research on chigong is to understand and to master both the laws of the human life processes and their correlation with nature, and to use this knowledge to improve one's own well-being. The elementary aim in the first stage of chigong science is the prevention and healing of illness, the prolonging of life and the perfecting of body and mind. At a higher level, the ultimate aim of chigong science is, step by step, to enhance and renew the life...

The universality of human special abilities

Since March 1979, when the first child who could read through the ears was discovered, a number of such children have been discovered all over China, whether in the south or north of the Changjiang River, or within or beyond the Great Wall. Many scientists have been involved in experimental research on such special phenomena. The experimentally confirmed special abilities generally include the following Super-vision includes reading without the help of the eyes, seeing through the human body,...

The Alexander Technique

A graceful and effortless means of enhancing one's conscious awareness of physical and psychophysical poise and balance, the Alexander Technique is a highly subtle, deeply elegant practicum which stands in contradistinction to almost all prior and present approaches to implementing the integrity of the human body. The catalyst which has enabled many professionals - including many famous musicians and actors - to free their bodies and psyches from unconscious stresses and misguided efforts, the...

Zhineng Qigong science a highly advanced science

Because it has been established upon foundations that are both broad and comprehensive, Zhineng Qigong science is a highly advanced science. In Zhineng Qigong science, the emphases of study are the activities of human life and human consciousness these constitute activities of a higher-level than those of a physical and chemical nature which are studied by modern science. The research means of Zhineng Qigong science is superintelligence -which also functions at a higher level than does ordinary...

Explanation

The Preparatory Posture is the same as that of the Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down Method Figure 127 . Following this, raise the arms sideways, forming a downward angle of approximately 45 degrees from the level line of the shoulders Figure 128 . Point the hands up with the roots of the hands forming right angles with the wrists and forearms, the fingers flexing back towards the arm as much as possible, the palms pushed out with the arms staying straight Figure 129 . Leading with the shoulders in...

Tips for easier performance

The aim to doing squatting in front of a wall is to prevent the knees and the whole upper body from advancing beyond the vertical plane of the toes thus the spine and the chi channels in and around the spine can be cleared and opened. However, if one cannot squat down at all directly adjacent to a wall, it is best either to keep a proper distance from it or to simply leave the wall. When doing squatting without a wall, also try to consciously follow the...

The Preparatory Posture

Put the feet together, keeping the whole body upright, centered and well balanced, naturally allowing both hands to hang down at the sides gaze forward at eye level, withdrawing one's vision within oneself gently close the eyes, and relax the entire body. Explanation The postural requirements and concentration technique of this phase are the same as those described in the Preparatory Posture of Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down Method Figure 97 . b. Turn both vision and hearing within, into the...

Siberian Ginseng Eleuthero

A time-honored, multi-faceted adaptagen thoroughly studied and tested by the Russian government, Siberian Ginseng has a full-spectrum effect upon the human body, enhancing its ability to work harder and longer, endure stress better, resist illness and organic breakdown, and sustain overall physiological and psychological balance in the face of life's demands. With none of the stimulatory and sometimes stressful effects of its generic cousins, Panax and American ginseng, eleuthero's effect on...

Acid Forming Foods

All cereal grains except millet brown rice is less acid forming All high-starch and protein foods pasta,white sugar, syrups Alcohol and soft drinks Egg whites yolks are not acid-forming Fruits that have been glazed or sulphured Tea except caffeine-free tea Tofu and soy products Wheat products

The Unity Of All Healing

The famous psychic seer Edgar Cayce, whose astoundingly accurate distance diagnoses and treatments for many illnesses are now successfully used by hundreds of mainstream physicians, gave the following invaluable insight Know that all strength, all healing of every nature is the changing of the vibrations from within - the attuning of the Divine within the living tissue of a body to Creative Energies. This alone is healing. Whether it is accomplished by the use of drugs, the knife or whatnot, it...

The unified entirety of man and nature

The basic understanding of the universe cannot be separated from the understanding of man himself, because man is the subject of this cognition. However, in the practical sense, the understanding of the Self is much more important than the exploration into the origins of the universe. This is because, at its root, human life is a process of conscious or unconscious self-preservation, self-understanding and self-perfection. However, man is not separate from anything else. Man, nature and all...

The Hunyuan Concept of Change

In the Hunyuan Theory, everything is considered to be unceasingly moving and metamorphosing between two states 1 The mutual transmutation between visible physical substances and invisible superphysical substances, and 2 the mutual transmutation between Hunyuan chi and Hunyuan entireties. This is termed by the ancient Chinese, the mutual transmutation between being and non-being. This process is the result of the gathering or dispersing of Hunyuan chi up to the point of reaching a critical...

Rebounding Trampolining

The National Aeronautic Space Administration has confirmed rebounding to be the most efficient cardiovascular activity known to man. 67 more efficient in its circulatory and respiratory effect on the body than jogging, rebounding occasions no resultant stress in the joints, tissues or organs, despite the fact that it delivers the maximum biological stimulation of any human activity. Causing the body - and every cell within it - to pass many times each minute through extremes in the...

Posture Two Starting From Sides and Lifting Chi Up Anteriorly

Lift both arms up with the palms facing down until they form a straight line with the shoulders. Vertically lift the hands up, with palms facing outward. Push and pull sideways pull inward, push outward pull, push pull, push. Pull chi horizontally close, open close, open close, open. Close both hands and arms forward until they are at shoulder-width. Push forward and pull backward pull, push pull, push pull, push. Pull chi vertically lift up, pull down up, down up, down. Relax the wrists and...

Types of chigongs

There are thousands of different chigongs. Note more than 2,400 sects are registered in official record, of which, only 11 have obtained permission to be publicly disseminated in China up to the present time, with Zhineng Qigong ranking first among them. - X. J. There are many ways to classify these chigongs a. Based upon the contents of practice. 1 Mind practice forms xing gongs . The main purpose of these chigongs is the cultivation of the mind. 2 Life practice forms ming gongs . The main...

The unique system of theoiy of chigong science

This system of theory is different from the theoretical systems of modern science, which form the basis of modern methodology and epistemol-ogy for all branches of modern science. If we take Zhineng Qigong as an example, its system of theory consists a. Fundamental theories, such as the Hunyuan Entirety Theory and the Hunyuan Chi Theory. b. Specialized theories, such as those introduced in An Introduction to Zhineng Qigong Science, Essences of Zhineng Qigong Science, and Practice Methodology of...

Communion with Oneself The Inner Smile

Whatever seeming causative factors there may be originating outside of ourselves which affect our lives to different degrees achieve their effect upon us by first finding resonance with conscious or unconscious aspects of our own being, which then proceed to act as catalysts, transmitters or transformers, relaying the initial impetus from the outer to the inner world. To the extent that our systems succeed or fail to yield resonance or conductivity to these initial stimuli is precisely the...

Psyllium seed or husk

Psyllium is a tasteless fiber-like substance which can be added to water or juice, acting very much like an internal broom through its immediate bulking and bonding action with uneliminated intestinal elements, carrying them through and out of the system in an extremely thorough-going fashion. Through its adhering properties it attaches itself quite forcibly to the coatings of mucoid plaque overlaying the internal walls of the intestines, dislodging and eliminating them. For best effect, this...

Energyenhancing Food Combinations Creating Internal Harmony

Approximately 35 of all the bio-energy produced in a single day is given over to the tasks of breaking down, assimilating and eliminating that which we consume. Foods are generally classed into three large categories proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Within these categories one may enumerate further subdivisions, but that is the subject of another study. A great deal of evidence exists to show that the congenial combination of these categories will substantially reduce the burden placed upon...

Chigong practice as the vital source of Chinese medical theories

The theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine is so profound and subtle that even modern science cannot plumb the full measure of its profundities. How, in the pre-technological era of the ancients, did China's forefathers come to know and to gradually evolve the Theory of the Main and Collat eral Chi Channels, the Theory of Chi and Its Transmutation, or even the entire theoretical system of Traditional Chinese Medicine We hold that the theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine were formed...

Hawthorn extract

As an adjunct to CoQIO, fresh herbal tincture of hawthorn provides an invaluable cardio-tonic, enhancing the propelling power of the heart muscle, as well as the stroke-volume, without raising blood pressure. It is the classic herbal treatment for enlarged or otherwise impaired hearts, with many cases of virtual resurrection from cardiac invalidism to its credit. Daily maintenance doses are two droppers full twice a day, and more if one's purposes are therapeutic in nature. Lucas, Richard,...

Spirulina

A rich and nutritious concentration of ocean-harvested algae, considered the first plant life to appear on the planet, the blue-green varieties being the most primitive. Spirulina is about sixty percent protein, and that protein is complete, containing all essential amino acids, existing in a form very easily assimilated, due to the high digestibility of its cell walls. Higher in beta-carotene than all other foods, in a form assimilated ten times more easily than synthetic beta carotene,...

The distinctive features of Zhineng Qigong

Zhineng Qigong possesses nine major features a. A unique system of theory - The Hunyuan Entirety Theory. b. A system of practice methods - Three practice forms and three stages of practice. c. A number of practice secrets collected from wide-ranging sources. d. Three simultaneously adopted teaching methods 1 teaching through intuitive transmission, from mind to mind or spirit to spirit as opposed to employing activities of direct observation, or information-gathering this is best embodied in...

Further Positions

Ming Pang has been the associate professor of Physical Education at Hebei College, President of the Zhineng Qigong Branch Society of the China Qigong Science Association, President of the Center of Qigong Intelligence Science, President of the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Training Center and Recovering Center, President of the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Science Institute, Chairman of the board of the Zhineng Shen Food amp Drink Corporation, Director of the Consulting Committee of the Beijing Qigong...

Meditation Allowing the Primordial Silence to Emerge

The practical benefits of meditation are many, quite apart from its spiritual value. A study of two thousand meditators demonstrated an across-the-board superiority to non-meditators in over thirteen major health categories and disease conditions among these categories, meditators had 80 percent less heart disease and 50 percent less cancer. Levels of DHEA, a hormone considered a marker of aging, which, by the end of one's life, normally dwindles to only 5 or 10 percent of its levels during...

Special abilities of human beings

In recent years, various abilities not possessed by ordinary people have been discovered in some children, such as the ability to read figures or words without the use of the eyes. In order to distinguish them from ordinary human abilities, they are called special abilities of the human organism. The discovery of special abilities has opened a new chapter in the research into the mysteries of the physical life processes of mankind. On one hand, the special abilities of these children can be...

The Hunyuan community a new medical model

Zhineng Qigong practitioners have been exploring a new type of medical model - that of the Hunyuan Community. This model employs Zhineng Qigong as its principal means of treatment, absorbing the essences of the models based upon biomedicine, social medicine, and psychological medicine, organically unifying the special functions of the mind and chi and carrying out healing activities within a chigong community this promotes and guarantees the physical and mental health of the members of the...

From Self Consciousness to Cosmic Consciousness

It may be wondered that, in a book exploring an esoteric Eastern energy art, the subject of spiritual awakening should arise, especially in view of the omission of any such discussion by its founder in the main body of the teachings. Is Zhineng Qigong an esoteric practice without a spiritual dimension It might at first glance seem so. This may, however, be only a matter of form and not of substance. Just as the reality of a thing resides in its essence and not its appearance, and the truth of a...

The points involved

Crown-point Baihui Located one centimeter behind the center point on the line connecting the tips of the two ears, usually the center of the hair vortex on the scalp. Door of Chi Qihu Beneath the midpoint of the clavicle. Door of Life Mingmen On the spine, between the second and the third lumbar vertebrae. Door of Spirit Shenmen At the ulnar extremity of the transverse crease of the wrist, in the depression of the radial tendon of the ulnar flexor muscle of the wrist. Great Vital Point Dabao...

The relationship between special abilities and chigong

In another book, Exploration into the Profundities of Chigong, it has been pointed out that, through chigong practice, the innate potentialities of the human body can be activated and enhanced, and various faculties of superintelligence can be developed. At first sight, after painstaking and arduous cultivation, the special abilities acquired through chigong practice seem different from the inborn or spontaneous special abilities of children. In fact, they are identical in nature both are the...

Bio Magnetic and Far Infrared Wellness Technology

While only recently recognized by Western medicine - and now heavily utilized by professional sports physicians - the use of magnets for healing dates back many centuries. Such companies as Nikken of Japan have enhanced magnetics to the point of cutting edge biological effectiveness, with many reports of the eradication of, amongst others, longstanding chronic auto-immune, neurological and circulatory conditions. The key dynamic at work appears to be the restoration of the intra- and...

Tai Chi Chuan Tai Ji Quart Supreme Ultimate Fist

Originally developed as a martial art, with its founding credited to the famed Taoist adept Chang San-feng 1279-1368 , Tai Chi bears some striking similarities to Zhineng Qigong in both its movements and its inner qualities. Handed down from teacher to student in great secrecy, it remained a zealously guarded private practice discipline throughout the following centuries. Employing long forms of sequential elliptical movements of a subtle and flowing nature, the main intent of Tai Chi practice...

The Path To Authenticity And Power

However, while experience shapes belief, belief may also powerfully shape and filter experience. One culture, experiencing this influx of life force, may choose to interpret it in a purely scientific way, another, schooled in scriptural lore, will choose to proclaim it a purely metaphysical phenomenon those whose cultural conditioning has prohibited demonstrative emotional expression - as perhaps various Asian cultures - will, without knowing it, automatically interpret the phenomenon to be a...

Hatha Yoga Harmonizing the Human Forces

Hatha yoga provides another such choice, rendering the body, particularly the spinal column and deep connective tissues, firm and flexible. In addition, it places great emphasis on postures and exercises which insure the integrity of the vital internal organs, including the heart, the lungs and the brain, the efficiency of the abdomino-thoracic structure, and the endocrine glands, with the purpose of rendering the physical body as perfect a vehicle as possible for the pursuit of spiritual...

The antithetical nature of the Inner Perception Method and the External Observation Method

The Inner Perception Method and the External Observation Method are opposites because of the difference in their respective ways of understanding things. In the Inner Perception Method, superintelligence is employed as a means of grasping the entirety characteristics of things, such as the entirety of space, the entirety of time, or the entirety of time-space. For example, while an individual is employing the External Observation Method, ordinary intelligence - the functioning of the sensory...

Tapping the Energies of the Earth

The density of chi is dramtically higher in the world of nature than the world created by man thus we can understand the statement regarding the much greater ease of performing wall squats beside a mature tree rather than indoors, due to the ambient chi field emanating from the tree and augmenting our own field. This is a distinct and pronounced phenomenon which can easily be experienced by any sensitive practitioner with relatively little effort. Chi emanates omnidirectionally from the greater...

The Entirety Concept of Life as the common theoretical foundation of both chigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine

In ancient Chinese cultures, through the process of directly observing and experiencing both his own life and the world of nature, and through comparison, synthesis and deduction, man gradually established a unique understanding of human existence - The Entirety Concept of Life. This concept is the cornerstone of both chigong and the theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and manifests in the following ways a. The Entirety Concept of Man and Nature Man was regarded as a part of nature, and...

The process by which traditional chigongs develop into chigong science

It took 20 years from the early 1970fs to the late 1980's for traditional chigongs to develop into chigong science. A number of chigong masters with lofty ideals, one stepping into the breach as another fell, laid the foundation for chigong science. There were two distinct periods during this span of time. The first was a ten-year period of reformation of traditional chigongs 1971-1980 . In China, for over the course of more than 5,000 years, traditional chigongs were secretly taught amongst...

Innate special abilities in mankind

All experiments related to special abilities have shown that it is only when the subject has concentrated upon and devoted her full attention toward an object that special abilities were capable of being demonstrated. Whether or not an experiment was successful depended greatly upon the psychospiritual state of the demonstrator, the respective experimental environment in question, and whether the individuals involved were comfortable and in agreement or not. As can be inferred from this, the...

Requirements

Stand in front of a wall with a flat surface, put the feet together flat on the floor with the toes touching the base of the wall. Keep the whole body upright, centered and well-balanced, leading the Baihui upward and keeping the chin tucked, pushing out the Mingmen, and trying to withdraw the lower abdomen a little bit. Drop the tailbone down and lift up the per ineum maintaining this condition throughout the practice , as shown in Figure 119. Then slowly bend the knees and lower the body...

Fasting and Juice Fasting

A perusal of the collected medical and therapeutic documents from numerous ancient and modern cultures routinely reveals innumerable testimonies of dramatic reversal of almost every known disease condition through some variety of fasting whether complete or partial, of brief or long duration, or of religious or secular in nature, the indisputable proof of fasting's power to heal becomes undeniable. However, due to the fear of relinquishing a lifetime habit of consuming two to three meals a day,...

Activated Charcoal

Activated charcoal is a highly absorbent, gritty black material with a host of highly beneficial uses 1 as a universal antidote for drugs, chemicals and poisons, 2 as the finest substance for the systemic clearance of drugs and intoxicants, 3 as a general detoxifier, 4 for purposes of anti-aging and life extension 5 for reducing cholesterol, coronary disease and arteriosclerosis, 6 for counteracting pathogens, 7 for counteracting intestinal complaints. It is created by carbonizing organic...

Life Energy And The Vital Center Of

In light of Zhineng Qigong's insistence on chi - intelligent life-energy -as the source and substance of all existing things, and also in light of the centralization of this life-substance within the human form in the dantian or lower belly - it is enlightening to find profound corroboration in the lifework of a contemporary Western master of the art of healing. A famous American healer, William Gray, a man whose services were highly sought after by prestigious members of congress, the military...

Microcrystalline Structure Of Bentonite Spiritual Energetic Properties

A superb detoxifier, montmorillonite clay will, within a matter of hours, render sterile even highly contagious bacteria and inactivate cultures containing such pathogens as diphtheria, typhoid, cholera and pneumonia. A single quart of liquid bentonite carries the ability to cover and detoxify a surface area of ten football fields. Regular oral consumption of clay has long been a practice of native cultures, some of whom were found by medical anthropologist Weston Price to always carry portable...

The Hunyuan Theory

The common pursuit of mankind seems to be the ceaseless exploration into the origin of the universe. This is true at virtually all times and in all countries. An ancient Greek philosopher held that every substance in the universe was formed by discreet and indivisible particles - atoms this is the well-known Atom Theory. In contrast to this theory, the Chinese sages summed up the basic nature of the universe as invisible, continuous and indivisible existence. Lao Tzu Laozi termed this most...

Wall Squatting In Qigong

Though it appears simple, the Wall Squatting Method had long been the best kept secret in the tradition of Immortal chigong and was strictly forbidden to reveal to the public. It is a basic practice for achieving the attainment of a weightless body, through the neutralization of the gravitational field, and it is also a shortcut to relaxing the spine, the lumbar region, and the tailbone. At the Zhineng Qigong Recovering Center, the Wall Squatting Method is employed especially for the healing of...

The centralization of the Hunyuan Entirety Theory upon man

Hunyuan Entirety Theory is said to be centralized upon man because its key focus of study is man. Although many parts of the Hunyuan Entirety Theory concern the natural laws of the evolution of the entire natural world, it ultimately serves mankind, by helping it to attain liberty and freedom in the domain of living, and more directly, in optimizing the human life functions. Though it is of great significance in many other fields, the fundamental and ultimate goal of the Hunyuan Entirety Theory...

The unified spiritmatter monist principle of the Hunyuan Entirety Theory

In the Hunyuan Entirety Theory, spirit mind is regarded as a special type of Hunyuan chi - the activity of the totality of consciousness. That is to say, consciousness constitutes the formative impulse of a special kind of substance. This substance has identity not only with physical human Hunyuan chi, but also with the Hunyuan chi of the natural world. It can not only act upon internal human Hunyuan chi to bring about changes therein it can also act upon external Hunyuan chi to transmute it....

The importance of clarifying the implications of chigong qigong

Since the 1980's, the mass practice of chigong has been surging in eastern countries and rippling out to other parts of the globe. Its great vitality and seemingly miraculous effects are impacting all fields of modern science. The benefits of chigong practice in the areas of the prevention of illness, improvement and enhancement of health, and the attainment of longevity have been recognized and accepted by numerous people. The mistaken notions of chigong as merely being a blind feudal belief...

Professor Pangs works

Professor Pang has authored more than a dozen books. Those published are as follows a. Elementary level 1 Popular Textbook on Zhineng Donggong. 2 An Exploration into the Profundities of Qigong. c. Advanced level Series of textbooks for two-year full-time college level students 1 An Introduction to Zhineng Qigong Science. 2 Fundamentals of Zhineng Qigong Science - The Hunyuan Entirety Theory. 3 Essences of Zhineng Qigong Science. 4 Practice Methodology of Zhineng Qigong Science. 5...

The main differences between Zhineng Qigong and other chigongs

Zhineng Qigong starts from the blending of man and nature. Most of the traditional chigongs are chigongs of the closed type, in which the physical essence, chi, and consciousness, or spirit, are confined within the body until all of the internal parts become a unity. In the final step of such practices, the internal chi is released and exchanged with the external chi of nature. This practice procedure is first internal, then external. The internal chi permeates the body from the inside...

Imagination The Secret Of Practice

If one were to distill the profundity of Ming Pang's insights and teachings on Zhineng Qigong into their purest essence, it might well be this The dynamic spiritualization of matter, and conversely, the dynamic materialization of spirit, are achieved through the conscious dilation of the human energy field unto the circumambient cosmic force-field within which it exists, re-establishing the heightened interchange of primordial unconditioned energy with conditioned human energy. This comes...

Building a firm faith and confidence

A firm faith and confidence can be transformed into an indefatigable determination, and thus bring about great power. This power may become a motivating force and a reservoir of stamina by which to reach the goal, heightening the wisdom and the courage to overcome difficulties, and enhancing one's ability to withstand both spiritual and physical hardship. It is impossible to succeed in any arduous endeavor without confidence and a firm faith. This faith contains two implications the first is...

The theory of chi and its transmutation as the essence of traditional Chinese medical theory

The Theory of Chi and its Transmutation and the Theory of the Main and Collateral Chi Channels are the two pillars of Chinese medical theory. Medical doctors of every dynasty attached importance to the theory of the main and collateral chi channels. In one chapter of The Yellow Emperor's Classic on Internal Medicine, the following statement is found These twelve channels decide life or death, heal all illnesses, control strength and weakness, and must be clear and unimpeded. See Appendix A-...

Key Phrases

It is through these key phrases that the spiritual activities are controlled and the practitioner is helped to achieve a better energy-sensitive state chigong-state . The adjustment of the body and mind are of equal importance and should be actively carried out throughout the entire process of practice. a. Close the seven apertures and, with the tip of the nose, stir up the Pass of Heaven. b. Step upon chi with the bowl of the hands upon the navel. c. When the three centers merge with the Vital...

The differences between physical exercise and chigong practice

The fundamental difference between physical exercise and chigong practice lies in the way the mind is used. In all sports isolated muscle-building exercises are an exception , one directs one's mind outward toward the objects of the game - the balls, the equipment and so forth, instead of interiorizing the mind in the direction of one's own physical body and stream of consciousness. If one's consciousness is not integrated with one's own life activities, then one cannot take advantage of the...