- What inspired Zhineng Qigong?
- What makes us different (in terms of Zhineng Qigong)?
- What happens when you Lift Qi Up?
- What happened at the Hua’ Xia center?
The theories and methods of Zhineng Qigong share concepts from many practices and this is no coincidence. Grandmaster Dr Pang Ming used these ancient modalities and incorporated them to create a new form of Qigong. This question would briefly explain Zhineng Qigong’s roots in Buddhism, Daoism, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Martial Arts.
With the belief that everything is supported by Qi and this can be transformed and directed to improve human life, this question refers to Yi Yuan Ti and how it is exclusive to humans. How are we capable of transforming Qi when other living beings are not.
Lift Qi Up, Pour Qi Down is the number one method students learn when practicing Zhineng Qigong. But what happens during this practice that turns beginners into full blown practitioners?
The Hua’ Xia Centre, also known as, the world’s first medicine-less hospital was a turning point for many individuals who needed healing. Discuss what happens at the Hua’ Xia Centre and how it was established by Dr Pang Ming.
- How does practicing Qigong for your health differ from receiving medical treatment?
- How is Zhineng Qigong related to other sciences?
- How does Qigong explain energy?
- Qigong vs Tai Chi?
- Acupuncture vs Zhineng Qigong?
The medicine-less hospital, established by Grandmaster Dr Pang Ming, taught students to use their innate healing abilities to improve their health. This topic compares the difference between the two healing methods, and explores what is more impactful long-term.
Zhineng Qigong has many principles relating to life, energy and how we think; with reference to the motion law, the transformation law and the Yi Yuan Ti theory respectively. This question explores what biology, physics and psychology have in common with Zhineng Qigong.
Qigong offers a theories of energy (Qi) that is largely unheard of in Western Culture. Where the three levels of matter proposed by Grandmaster Dr Pang Ming has been proven by several studies to be valid and true, how does this differ from the western perception of energy?
There are major similarities and differences between Qigong and Tai Chi. Critically discuss these points in relation to how they support healing and maintaining the health of an individual.
Zhineng Qigong and acupuncture, make use of targeting the body’s pressure points to induces Qi. Explain how this works drawing on both Zhineng Qigong and Acupuncture. And discuss what is better to treat illnesses.
- How does Qigong help to improve relationships?
- How does Zhineng Qigong improve your mental health?
- What makes qigong relevant today?
The Hunyuan Qi entirety theory describes that humans form part of micro and macro systems, which present internally and externally within an individual’s life. As Qi supports all things and influences our relationship with all things. This topic would provide an understanding of how this works with a focus on how learning Zhineng Qigong improves your relationships with other people.
Powerful intention, physical movement and actively setting time apart to practice are essential to practicing Zhineng Qigong well. But how does this improve one’s mental state. Drawing on the traditional Chinese understanding of mental illness, this question discuss how Qigong improves that.
Qigong is four centuries old, but unlike other ancient modalities, its continued practice has been sustained and implemented today. What makes Qigong relevant to people across
- Does Zhineng Qigong make use of the placebo effect?
- Is Zhineng Qigong a credible form of self-healing?
- Can Qigong cure cancer?
- Is there a future without medicine?
- Can qigong replace medicine?
- Can women become Zhineng Qigong masters?
- Does Zhineng Qigong give you a heightened intuition?
A powerful intention is essential to practicing Zhineng Qigong. This is something that is thought to drive the order of Qi and consequently improve an individual’s life overall. This question discusses how Zhineng Qigong is a display of how powerful the mind can be and to what extent that relates to the placebo effect.
Studies at the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Clinic & Training Centre show a 95% success rate, with further scientific studies being executed in various universities around the globe and some insurance companies even incorporating it as part of their medical aid programs. This topic makes use of ongoing scientific projects and discusses how Qigong has evolved to being accepted as more credible in western society.
Zhineng Qigong uses one’s innate ability to heal themselves. And it has been known to treat and even cure the most serious illnesses. Referencing the medicine-less hospital and healing stories from individuals across the globe, discover to what extent Qigong can cure cancer.
With most pharmaceutical companies booming, promoting convenient yet unsustainable ways to treat illnesses, Zhineng Qigong is a form of healing that differs completely. To what extent can a future without medicine exist and discuss the impacts on these trillion dollar companies.
For decades the world’s largest medicine-less hospital has successfully introduced a method of healing that does not require and rely on medicine. Can Zhineng Qigong be used as a replacement for medicine and physical exercise?
Traditionally, female qigong masters encounter more difficulties and sufferings during their training. Is this present in Zhineng Qigong ? Refer to HYQT.
The goal of Zhineng Qigong is to train an individual’s consciousness. Practitioners discuss experiencing an increased sense of awareness internally and externally. Explain how training the consciousness can allow you to become more responsive to what you feel.
- Dr Pang Ming’s approach when Qigong was still limited to China.
- In what way is Grandmaster Dr Pang Ming’s work continued? Will Zhineng Qigong evolve?
- Dr Pang’s way of revolutionizing Qigong
Until the early 1970s when the new age movement began in the West, Qigong was exclusive to China. Just prior to this, during China’s reforms Qigong methods were developed to be more scientifically based. Dr Pang Ming who was a pioneer in creating Qigong Science was also the first Grandmaster to share Qigong with a broader mass of people.
Zhineng Qigong, since its establishment in the late 1980s, has benefitted millions of practitioners worldwide. But is this modality static in the way it theorizes and expresses healing? Or is there an opportunity to expand and evolve the teachings of Dr Pang Ming?
Dr Pang was one of the first Grandmasters to introduce a shared Qi field. This meant that groups of people could practice together and individual practitioners could feed on the existing Qi field set up by practitioners. Discuss how this revolutionized traditional Qigong and how this give rise to a global foundation of Zhineng Qigong.