Teacher and healer Chunyi Lin believes you possess the innate ability to help heal your own sickness and disease, including those of your loved ones, using nothing more than your own natural energy.
It may sound a bit implausible, but we assure you, it is not.
In fact, almost 250,000 people just like you have learned to help heal diseases such as cancer, fibromyalgia and diabetes, relieve chronic and acute migraines, ease depression and anxiety, and alleviate allergies.
Use Your Mind To Take Away Stress, Pain And Sickness
Chunyi’s system of healing is based on an ancient practice called Qigong (which he is a master of).
Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) has been around for over 5,000 years and is actually the grandfather of Chinese medicine – including Tai-Chi, acupuncture, and Shiatsu. It works with your body’s energy, or “Qi.”
Dr. Richard Gerber explains: “…by moving Qi through the body, you can heal yourself of many ailments.”
According to Chinese medicine, when your Qi isn’t flowing freely, you can get sick, stressed or emotionally out of kilter. Disease, pain, and negative emotional conditions are symptoms of blocked energy. That’s why Chunyi Lin says, “Sickness is nothing to fear.”
Qigong is a way to gently and thoroughly release nearly all energy blocks and eliminate most causes of illness and imbalances.
Dr. Wang Chong Xing, from the Shanghai Institute of Hypertension said in a PBS documentary that after 30 years of study: “We think Qigong can cure every kind of disease, some responding better than others.”
So how do you practicing Qigong and using it to heal yourself? It involves a simple combination of breathing, focused concentration, gentle movements and healing meditations.
Dr. Deepak Chopra explains, “Like Yoga, Qigong teaches you to balance energy in your body.”
The natural healing process of your body involves unblocking Qi and allowing it to flow to where it is needed. Practicing Qigong can accelerate the body’s natural healing process and often result in a level of healing that some consider miraculous.
Dr. Bill Manahan from the University of Minnesota Medical School also explains, “I would place Qigong equal in importance to the incredible discoveries in the forties called antibiotics and in the fifties called immunizations.“