Master Yuantong Liu’s Dedication to Zhineng Qigong
For over four decades, Master Yuantong Liu has been on a mission to share the profound wisdom of Zhineng Qigong with the world. His journey began with direct training from the legendary Prof. Dr. Pang Ming, a pioneer in the field of Zhineng Qigong and a visionary who sought to create an accessible yet highly effective Qigong practice.
Master Yuantong Liu underwent rigorous training at the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Centre, the renowned first “medicineless hospital”, founded by Prod. Dr. Pang Ming. For a decade, he closely collaborated with Dr. Pang, contributing to the healing of countless individuals battling diverse range of diseases, with some being chronic or in critical condition. The knowledge he gained during these years became the foundation of his life’s intention and work.
Today, Master Yuantong Liu shares the wisdom, principles, and methods of Zhineng Qigong at his own Zhineng Qigong Centre in China and has extended his reach to Europe, the USA, Mexico, South Africa, Indonesia, and Malaysia. His global mission is to introduce as many people as possible to the transformative power of Hunyuan Qi Therapy, a practice that has brought healing and hope to many people worldwide.
The Visionary Behind Zhineng Qigong: Grandmaster Prof Dr. Pang Ming
No exploration of Zhineng Qigong is complete without acknowledging its visionary creator, Grandmaster Prof. Dr. Pang Ming. Dr. Pang’s journey into the world of Qigong and Tai Chi began at the tender age of six. Over the years, he received guidance from nineteen Grandmasters and devoted solitary years to mastering these ancient arts.
What set Dr. Pang apart was his ability to blend traditional Chinese wisdom with modern medical science. He envisioned a new field of Qigong science, one that could bridge the gap between ancient practices and contemporary understanding. His ground-breaking work led to the foundation of scientific institutions like the Beijing Qigong Association and the initiation of the first national convention on Qigong in 1979.
Dr. Pang broke with tradition, making Qigong accessible to a wider audience, earning Zhineng Qigong the title of an “open Qigong form.” By the early 20th century, it was recognized as the most effective form of Qigong, with over 10 million practitioners worldwide.
The Birth of the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Centre: A “Medicineless Hospital”
In 1988, Dr. Pang’s vision culminated in the establishment of the Hebei Shijiazhuang Zhineng Qigong College, later relocated to Hebei Qinhuandao in November 1991 and renamed the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Centre. This institution marked a ground-breaking milestone in the world of holistic healing as it became the first-ever “medicineless hospital.”
Here, the art of Zhineng Qigong was employed to treat over 400,000 patients afflicted with more than 180 different diseases. The centre boasted an astounding overall effectiveness rate of 95%. Patients embarked on a 24-day retreat, immersing themselves in Zhineng Qigong Level 1 and attending Dr. Pang’s enlightening lectures on self-healing principles.
Reclaiming Health Through Zhineng Qigong
One of the most remarkable aspects of Zhineng Qigong is its ability to bring hope and healing to individuals facing various health challenges. Patients arrived at the Hua Xia Centre with a diverse range of diseases, with some in critical condition. Many chose this alternative to conventional medicine, receiving coaching, Hunyuan Qi therapy treatments, and engaging in self-healing practices.
Remarkably, some individuals experienced dramatic recoveries within the 24-day retreat. Over 16% of cancer patients, more than 19% of diabetics, over 40% of those with gallbladder or kidney stones, and more than 35% of individuals with high blood pressure achieved either complete recovery or significant improvement. Even those with severe spinal injuries and paralysis defied medical odds, regaining their mobility and vitality through dedicated practice.
Dr. Pang’s teachings emphasized the role of consciousness in influencing Qi (energy) and its profound impact on one’s physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
Unlocking the Secrets of Zhineng Qigong: The Method
Zhineng Qigong taps into two sources of Qi: external (nature) and internal (human body). Practitioners learn to utilize external Hunyuan Qi for self-healing, whether for themselves or to provide Hunyuan Qi Therapy treatments to others. This approach safeguards practitioners from depleting their own life energy.
The Huaxia Center, particularly its teachings related to Zhineng Qigong, emphasizes several key lessons:
- The Power of Consciousness: Understanding the potential of consciousness is crucial. According to Hunyuan Qi Theory, our true self (Yi Yuan Ti) has the ability to influence and shape reality. By aligning our consciousness with the laws of nature and life’s self-perfection, we can lead a fulfilling life.
- Cultivating Morality: Cultivating morality of the heart and mind is foundational in Zhineng Qigong. This involves working on one’s ego, ethical standards, and selfish desires to maintain emotional balance, prevent energy loss, and enhance overall well-being.
- Free-Flowing Blood and Qi: In Traditional Chinese Medicine, freely flowing Qi and blood prevent various diseases. When Qi is abundant and flows smoothly, the body’s functions are optimized, and diseases can be prevented or overcome.
- Correct Body Posture: Maintaining the right body posture is essential as it ensures the proper flow of energy (Qi) through the body’s channels. Incorrect posture can lead to physical problems and discomfort.
- Motion and Transformation of Hunyuan Qi: The principles of open-close, out-in, expand-contract, and transform govern the motion of Hunyuan Qi. These principles are evident in natural phenomena and human bodily functions, highlighting the interconnectedness of all life.
- Change and Transformation of Hunyuan Qi: This law explains how energy can transform into physical matter and vice versa. It’s a fundamental principle in understanding how the universe and living beings operate.
- Living in the Present: Every moment of life is considered perfect and beautiful in Zhineng Qigong. Embracing the present moment, even in challenging situations, is seen as a path to holistic health, improved awareness, fulfilment, compassion, purposeful living and well-being.
- Organizing the Qi Field: The group’s collective energy field (Hunyuan Qi field) can be harnessed to support various aspects of life, including self-healing and helping others.
- Handling Qi Reactions: Qi reactions, which can occur during Qigong practice, are signs of the body’s healing process. It’s crucial to understand and correctly manage these reactions to enhance one’s health.
- Belief in Self-Healing: Trusting one’s intention, consciousness, and self-healing abilities is a key aspect of Zhineng Qigong. This belief in self-healing encompasses not only physical but also mental and emotional aspects.
Continuing the Legacy of Prof Dr. Pang Ming
While the original Hua Xia Centre no longer exists, the teachings and practices of Zhineng Qigong continue to thrive, thanks to dedicated teachers and Masters who trained there.
In conclusion, Zhineng Qigong is more than a holistic health practice; it’s a journey of self-discovery, a testament to the power of the mind, and a beacon of hope for those seeking mental fitness and stability, emotional balance, inner peace, joy and abundant physical vitality. Through the tireless efforts of Masters like Yuantong Liu and visionaries like Dr. Pang Ming, Zhineng Qigong continues to touch and transform lives around the world.
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- Lessons from the Medicineless Hospital (2021). Zhineng Qigong Student’s Hub, McDonald and Torsten Lueddecke: https://www.zhineng-qigong-students-hub.com/product/lessons-from-the-medicine-less-hospital/