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Mystical Warrior Qigong Stockholm 2020

Mystical Warrior Qigong Stockholm 2020



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In Chinese Wisdom Traditions, XuanWu, the totem of a combined turtle and snake, is the spirit of north and of YuanQi 元氣 (your life source).  

Regular practice of this gentle and powerful Qigong form will bolster your YuanQi and optimize your karma.

Students of all levels are welcome!

Class will be taught in English with the possibility for translation as needed.


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… article about Master Wu from the archives

Be in Harmony with Nature: Offering Love with a Tribute:

Classical Qigong Master Wu Zhongxian

Shen Xiaoju
Director of Qigong Scientific Research Association of Shaanxi Province, China

1. ONCE AGAIN, THERE IS A MIRACLE

The Head of Hong Kong Yijian Corporation, Ms. Chang, had a very poor constitution and often suffered from it. One of her ailments was allergic rhinitis and she had been on medicine for five years. She had also suffered from frozen shoulder. Sometimes, it was so painful that she could not use her hand to write. Over the years, she tried many kinds of medical treatment but got no improvement. The illness that affected her most was a brain tumor located at the pituitary gland. This condition resulted in an internal secretion imbalance and cessation of menstrual periods. The standard modern medical treatment for her condition is to use medication to control the growth of the tumor. Every month, Ms. Chang had to spend thousands of Hong Kong dollars on medicines. However, these medicines could not cure her illness and even had uncomfortable side effects. Although she often slept for more than ten hours a day, she still felt very tired.

From friends and media, Ms. Chang learned that Qigong could work miracles in curing diseases. She decided to try it. In March 1994, she went to Mainland China to seek Qigong treatment. After two months, she finally arrived in Fuxin, Liaonin Province and met Master Wu Zhongxian. On her first visit, Master Wu told her, “From now on, you stop taking any medicine.” Ms. Chang agreed, and from that day on, she stopped taking her medication and practiced Qigong everyday. She enjoyed it very much. Her need for extra sleep decreased and she found that a regular night’s sleep enabled her to feel very energetic during the day.

By the second week, her rhinitis did not show any allergic symptoms. Pain in her right shoulder disappeared completely. The most exciting thing was that her menstrual cycle returned to normal. After another two weeks of Qigong practice, she visited her doctor in early June and was told that her brain tumor could not be diagnosed. She went back to Hong Kong in July and had several internal secretion tests. The results were all normal. Today, Ms. Chang is healthy and is enjoying her work again. For Master Wu, such a miracle resulting from Qigong practice is not unusual, and it is not the first time he has seen this kind of miracle…

 

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Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong in Lyon, France

 

2016 Lyon Shamanic Tiger Qigong

Join lineage holder Master Zhongxian Wu for detailed instruction of this powerful 24-movement Qigong form from China’s esoteric EMei ZhenGong 峨嵋真功 tradition.

Lifelong Training session 3 in Glenwood, Washington

With annual opportunities to meet with a growing qigong family, this program is an invitation to promote balance, peace, and harmony in your life. The purpose of this program is to create communities of practitioners dedicated to the study of classical Chinese wisdom traditions to support each other on this path to deeper knowing and enlightenment.

In Lifelong Training Level 3, students will learn:
 Chinese shamanic external Qi-healing principles
 Yijing (I Ching) III – 64 Hexagram Divination (beginning)
 Mt. Emei 28 lunar Mansions Qigong
 Chinese calligraphy and Qi-healing I
 Internal Alchemy Meditation III

Opening the Spiritual Fortress in Anchorage, Alaska

In China’s shamanic tradition, each joint of the body is a spiritual gate.

In this workshop, Master Wu will teach a gentle, yet powerful Qigong form developed to open your body – your spiritual fortress – and make room for deep healing and inner transformation to occur.

Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong in Portland, Oregon

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In Daoist tradition, the fire dragon is a symbol of the internal alchemy processes that refine and transform the physical body into a balanced state to recover, restore and maintain well being.

Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong form is an ancient method of transforming areas of stagnation in the 15 main meridians of the body. We use the Zhen 震 Thunder mantra, ShiXuan 十宣 Points, and the spiraling movement of the Dragon to ignite the inner fire in our lower DanTian, awaken our ShenQi 神氣 (spiritual energy) and harness the power of our best medicines – Jing, Qi, and Shen – to transform disease and move closer to the Dao.

Students of all levels are welcome!