Traditional Chinese Chi Gong (also referred to as Qi Gong, Chi Kung, or Ki Gong) is an ancient art of balancing and strengthening one’s life force practiced by millions in China for thousands of years. "Qi" means life force energy and "Gong" means work.
Qi Gong gives amazing healing and strength to all. Qi is very sophisticated, "The Primal Source of Energy". All is Qi, we are Qi. If you learn well, you can obtain those phenomenal healing results and wellness with much satisfaction. Many people are seeking for the truth of Qi Energy because even the slightest imbalance of our Qi will affect our feelings, health, vitality and performance. How can I find or experience those promised healing results from the Qi?
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Background of Chi Gong
In ancient time, the days of the Emperors, Qi Gong was used to serve the Royal Family. After 1949, Qi Gong was better mastered by the general public and has been used as a preventative and self-healing method.
In China, Qi Gong is being taught in medical colleges and research centers. Large hospitals have Qi Gong research departments conducting research clinically. The public can request Qi Gong healing treatments (external Qi transmission) in large hospitals across China. You can see thousands of people practicing Qi Gong and Tai Chi together. Practicing Qi Gong and Tai Chi are very common in the Chinese community.
Definition of Chi Gong
Through Qi Gong movements, visualization, breathing and mind control, the person practicing performs an interchange of universal energy with his/her internal energy to make a new kind of energy or Qi.
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was a dedicated student of Master Wu Weizao’s Chi Gong lineage. For 12 years, Master Wu taught his eager student and together evolved his forms of Mountain Chi Gong to suit the lifestyles of western cultures. He taught her his highly successful Wu’s Eye Chi Gong® that has helped millions of people across the globe improve their eyesight. Wu’s Eye Qi Gong® was the subject of a three-year scientific longitudinal research study in China, involving a 100-person medical team and 4000 documented clinical cases. With a 90 percent success rate, children throughout China today still practice eye exercises every day and very few of them need to wear eyeglasses.
Beyond Traditional Chi Gong
Upon Wu's passing in 2006, Master Wu bestowed upon her the Wu's Chi Gong lineage. While Master Teresa® continues to honor Master Wu and his Chi Gong, her philosophy is that life is about feeling joy and abundance. Her spiritual growth led her to develop a new Chi Gong system: Pureland Qi Gong® that expands beyond the traditional Chinese Chi Gong system, which only teaches how to move the Chi to balance the physical body. It lacks teaching how to balance the emotional, psychological and mental bodies.
Her new art of healing is cutting edge. In her Pureland Qi Gong®, she raises consciousness, expands knowledge with new teachings to accelerate integrative healing of the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual states.
She teaches students internationally through the Seventh Happiness® School of Chi Gong, a certified private institution approved by the Ministry of Employment and Social Development. She offers certification programs, such as the Chi Gong Instructors Program, Medical Chi Gong for HealthcareProfessionals and Therapists,Chi Gong for Yoga Teacher Training, and Ancient Healing "Fa Chi" Programs for Acupuncturists and General Learning. She is also approved by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), as a continuing education professional development activity (PDA) provider.