Zhineng Qigong Science and Hunyuan Qi Therapy in China 2017

A rare opportunity to study and receive healing sessions and instruction with Zhineng Qigong Masters in China 2017.

The Zhineng Qigong Science Research Center is conducting a non-invasive research study. The purpose of this study is to compile a database of the results of Zhineng Qigong healing on tumors cysts and stones only. The data will be collected and analyzed to determine the effects of concentrated intention and technique with Zhineng Qigong non-invasive direct healing and study, assimilating results of tumor/cyst/stone size change.
All interested participants will be receiving direct healing and study with Zhineng Qigong Science Master Teachers.

Arrive Tuesday Oct. 10, 2017
Study begins Thursday Oct. 12 through Wednesday Oct. 18
Arrival is one full day prior to study to allow plenty of time to rest before the start of the study.

Participant Requirements:
All participants must currently have measurable benign or cancerous tumors, cysts or stones, whether in current treatment or not.
All participants must bring latest, most current medical records and copies of any ultrasounds, CT Scans, MRI’s, or any other related test results.
All participants are responsible for their own current western medicines, including dosages and directions for your own self-use. The Zhineng Qigong Science Research Center will not use or administer any medications.

Participation fee:
All healing sessions and instruction by the Zhineng Qigong Science Research and Teaching team is an investment of $350 US dollars to the study participants!
All participants are responsible for their own flight transportation, room and board.
Room and board will be approximately, $75.00 per day in a 4-star hotel just next to the Zhineng Qigong research Centre. The rooms are spacious, the food delicious and swimming is possible in an indoor pool.
Any accompanying spouses and caregivers are responsible for all expenses, approximately $75.00 per day and incur an additional $700.00 investment for instruction.
All participants, spouses, caregivers must have current Passport and Chinese Visa.

Participants interested in sightseeing for 2 to 3 days after the research is complete must make prearrangements e.g. the famous terracotta soldiers can be visited in the close by museum (ca. 10 min by Taxi). The city of X’ian is ca. 1 hrs. drive away.

For detailed information contact:
Joan Meier: idiompro@sbcglobal.net
Debra Weisenburger Lipetz: debra@debchi.com
Sue Ashwell: sashwell@charter.net
Russell Crenshaw: russell@crfam.org
Yuantong Liu: lifeqicenter@yahoo.com