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Healing Power Of Qigong

December 18th, 2010

Impurities within our energy fields can manifest in the physical body as illnesses. Traditional Qigong can help the body heal by changing the Qi or the molecular vibratory level of a body. The “Wang Ti Nei Ching” or “Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine” is the earlier known taxt on Medical Qigong.It is believed to have been written during the reign of Emperor Huang Ti between the year 2697BC and 2596BC. Medical Qigong was formulated as a way to help people stay healthy without herbs and needles (acupuncture). Medical Qigong affects and directs the Qi for medical benefits using movements, breathing, sound and visualization.

Medical Qigong has techniques that uses the knowledge of the body’s internal and external Qi to purge, energise and balance the internal Qi flow for self-healing and to treat others. It has gained popularity in recent years and has been used to treat all kinds of physical and emotional ailments. In China and in countries like the United States, Medical Qigong is used as a complementary therapy for serious illnesses.

From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, the balance of Yin and Yang is most important. To achieve this balance, one must have a proper diet and a healthy flow of Qi to various organs. Also, the physical body, mind and spirit must be healthy and in balance too.

Maintaining a perfect balance between Yin and Yang will result in perfect health.Any imbalance will cause disharmony and illness in the physical body. Dysfunction at the physical body. Dysfunction at the physical level may be reflected by imbalances in the meridians of the body. For every organ, there is energy flow through a set of two meridians. The equal flow of Qi energise through the right and left meridians of the body reflects the basic Yin and Yang concept.

It can be said that everything is composed of Yin and Yang in differing proportions. When the proportions are relatively balances, harmony prevails. Yin and yang imbalance is mainly caused by blockage or depletion of Qi flow in the body, and this will cause sickness.

Medical Qigong is effective for a wide range of physical and emotional ailments.

It has helped people overcome problems such as “frozen” shoulders, flat foot, scoliosis and slipped discs. Wellness Medical Qigong Centre founders master Tan Soo Kong and his wife Connie Lee provides therapies and conducts qigong training for general health and self-healing. In addition, they also provide specialised training for those who aspire to become professional Medical Qigong practitioners. The courses are accredited by the Malaysian Society for Complementary Medicine (MSCM). These courses have attracted students from as far as Canada, Britain and the US.

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