Can You Use QiGong to Help Cure Disease?

Medical QiGong is a fantastic methodology of healing based in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In understanding what causes disease or dis-ease we need to know that the body is not just the body. It does not exist alone as a physical entity that we move about and try to keep healthy.

What we need to understand is that the reality of the physical body exists at two additional levels. The first additional level is the energetic body and the next is the spiritual body.

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Both of these additional levels are areas of potential sickness and healing as well. When in Medical QiGong we normally come to the conclusion that disease is rooted in the energetic or spiritual body. In knowing this, we can best effect healing at the level in which the disease was created and have a of eliminating the disease in it’s entirety.

So often as we scan the body during the treatment phase we can detect traumas that are present and their particular vibration and cause. For example is the energy we are feeling of the emotion grief, anger or fear. Each of these emotions has their own vibration and location. In Medical QiGong, the elimination of the energy in the memory is the source of where the healing begins.

If we look at grief for example, we find that this is held in the Lung and can manifest if it occurs strongly into simple asthma or other Lung related or problem. Anger which is held in the Liver can begin to manifest in depression or if strong enough into uterine benign or cancerous issues.

Beginning to look into the symptoms we face and their “true” source will lead us into a place of truth. But what is really cool is to get to the truth and eliminate the e-motion to never, ever have to deal with it again. No medications only practice of QiGong, meditation while keeping the body healthy leads to a fantastically long life.

Qigong comprises a diverse set of practices that coordinate body (調身), breath (調息), and (調心) based on Chinese philosophy.
Practices include moving and still meditation, massage, chanting, sound meditation, and non-contact treatments, performed in a broad array of body postures.

Qigong is commonly classified into two foundational categories:
1) dynamic or active qigong (dong gong), with slow flowing movement; and
2) meditative or passive qigong (jing gong), with still positions and inner movement of the breath.

From a therapeutic perspective, qigong can be classified into two systems:
1) internal qigong, which focuses on self-care and self-cultivation, and;
2) external qigong, which involves treatment by a therapist who directs or transmits qi

via Medical QiGong and Disease

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