Thursday, March 18, 2010

Zhineng or Chi-Lel Qigong

As I read the 1995 book, 101 Miracles of Natural Healing by Luke Chan that was loaned to me by my Lao-shi (teacher), I could not help wonder if the Chi-Lel qigong is so effective? You see, there are hundreds if not thousand types of qigong out there. However, Chi-Lel or Zhineng Qigong was named the most effective health-enhancing qigong by the Chinese Sports Bureau and currently over 10 million people practices it. That author of that book interviewed over 100 patients to get their stories on how Chi-Lel healed cancer, diabetes, arthritis, paralysis, heart disease, severe depression, systemic lupus and many other chronic illness at the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic & Training Center that has over 4,000 patients, teachers and doctors. That clinic does not use any medicines and yet many are healed!

I do get a lot of motivation from reading the book. I am quite lucky to have found so many practitioners here in Subang Jaya and only pay RM20 (US$6) per month to learn. In particular, my Lao-shi is really a very kind and patient man, giving special attention to teach me individually each morning. Because of that I am also under pressure to remember the sequences of the moves. Of course the more difficult part now for me is to find the time and practice. I am now adjusting to this new schedule to include practice sessions and hopefully I can squeeze out 3 hours a day to practice.

Everybody can and should practice. Those who are sick, Chi-Lel will assist in the healing and those who are not sick will have their health enhanced. I hope to be able to share more so that those who have no access to the teachers or centers around their area can also learn. Can I as a beginner teach? No I am not teaching but just narrating what the teacher taught me. Chi-Lel is known to be very effective and can produce results in a few months after practicing.

Don't get me wrong. I am not saying you stopped all the therapies that you are currently doing. In fact many of the patients that have recovered continued with surgery and/or chemotherapy while practicing Chi-Lel at the same time.

1 comment:

  1. Hello. I have looked at Luke Chan site for training. It seems expensive. Can you recommend where I could train very well. I do not speak Chinese, but would like to study there. Is Dr. pang Ming accessible these days, as he may be able to guide me. Thank you