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Wisdom Qigong

For thousands of years
Chinese people practise qigong
for their health and well-being.
There are a large number of
different schools and methods.

One such practice method is Zhineng Qigong. The founder of this method,
Tai Ji & Qigong Grandmaster Pang Ming,
is a doctor of Western medicine and
Traditional Chinese Medicine.
He developed this method in 1980
to give sick and disabled persons
quick access to Qi,
the life energy, for their way of recovery.

There is no previous knowledge required.
It is easy to learn the exercises.
This relaxation method serves to stay fit
and remain flexible
both mentally and physically
until old age.
This is about holistic practising.
Body, mind and soul are equally involved.

Zhineng Qigong activates
your powers of self-healing,
strengthens your immune system and
improves your awareness of your own body. The gentle movements
train your concentration,
your coordination and
your sense of balance.

The Huaxia Centre,
the „medicine-less hospital“,
existed from 1988 to 2001.
During that time
more than 200.000 persons
practised there Zhineng Qigong
many hours daily and
achieved a health improvement
or healing rate of 95 % with 180 diseases.

Zhineng Qigong is recognized in China
as the most efficient method and
millions of people practise it there.


The mandala picture on this page I painted myself.
It goes back to a rose pattern of a cathedral of the 13th century.

Going back in history, the spiritual structures are very similar.
The cultures of Europe and Asia are not that far from each other.

We see only what we want to see.
When someone looks at this picture today,
what does he see: a mandala, a rose, or both?
Is his glance open?

Is it something old or something new?
The word mandala is relatively new to us.
It comes from an old language, Sanskrit, and means „circle“.
A circle is an old symbol. It exists in all cultures.

Working with old symbols, it may be:
you think something is new, but it is very old
(see also the archetypes of C.G. Jung).
Everyone of us bears within
old knowledge of mankind and passes it on.

What happens when a mandala is made?
You get in contact with your innermost.
Structure and colours come up from within.
At the same time the surroundings where you are at the moment
affect you.
It is a holistic experience. Inner and outer are mixed.
It happens here and now. The path is the aim.
Important is only the act of doing it.
Is the mandala finished,
has it fulfilled its purpose, it becomes meaningless.

In Asia it may take weeks to make a sand mandala.
Is it finished, it is destroyed immediately afterwards.

To make mandalas is something everyone can learn by doing.
In the beginning you tend to fill all spaces of a mandala with colour.
Advancing in doing, spaces remain unfilled, that is to say void.

A finished mandala is a terminated path.
You do not walk it a second time.
You have arrived.

The here and now is fluent and does not adhere to things.
That is why the finished mandala can be destroyed immediately.

With Zhineng Qigong we also walk on a path.
Having gone the path or having arrived at the end of the path,
the exercises lose their meaning.






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