Zhineng Qigong Research Around The World
While Qigong refers to a specific method of practice to improve physical and mental health, Qigong science is the research into the theoretical principles, practice methods, and fields of application.
Qigong research investigates the applications of Qigong for medical treatment or industrial and agricultural production. It is a science parallel and complementary to conventional science.
Modern scientific research into miraculous Qigong phenomena aims to discover at which level Qigong takes effect, what role Qigong plays, and why Qigong is effective – knowledge on this last point is still limited.
According to Dr Pang, Qigong science involves researching, recognizing, acquiring, and utilizing the laws that govern the bodies and minds of humans. Therefore, the development of Qigong science will also speed up the process of “making humans their own masters – that is, free human beings”.
Mastery of Qi is really achieved through mastery of consciousness. We use consciousness in a careful, craftsman-like way, to shape our life, to attain our goals. If we use modern terminology to name this process, we call it Qigong.
~ Dr. Pang Ming Founder of Hunyuan Qigong
Zhineng Qigong Research Projects
Share Your Healing Story
Many people have turned to daily Zhineng Qigong practice as the last hope for regaining health and wellbeing. By sharing their journey, we aim to inspire you to take control of your life, too. We habe built a database of medical cases of people recovering against all odds, either by pure Zhineng Qigong practice or combining the Zhineng Qigong practice with conventional medical treatment.
This website presents self-healing stories of people from around the world. They have been collected by dedicated Zhineng Qigong practitioners, teachers and the international community of Hunyuan Qi Therapists.
The vision for the project has been inspired by the book “101 Miracles of Natural Healing” by Zhineng Qigong Master Luke Chan that features 101 truly inspirational stories of individuals who recovered from serious diseases and chronic illnesses using self-healing methods that were taught at Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Center, also known as the world’s largest medicine-less hospital.