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Marcello shaysnet. The traditional, once esoteric forms of chigong practiced by the sages and initiates have, in our day, become openly known and commonly practiced. It has evolved from the traditional stage of selfcultivation to the contemporary stage, wherein one benefits both oneself and others.
Zhineng Qigong The Cultivation of Intelligence-Energy was born amidst the fervor of the great mass reform of traditional chigongs. Zhineng Qigong has inherited the essential wisdom of those traditional chigongs - chigongs stemming from Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Traditional Chinese Medicine, traditional martial arts, and folk religions. From ancient Chinese civilizations, as well as from the explorations of modern science, medicine and philosophy, it has also absorbed into itself the philosophical essence of the Concept of Entirety - The Oneness of Man and Nature.
The Chi Field Technique Zuchang - a unique, broad-scale and highly effective teaching method - has been created, designed to establish and augment an intelligent energy field for the purpose of teaching and treating small and large groups of people. Moreover, the practices and principles of Zhineng Qigong have been synthesized with the development of the cultural and ideological realms of life, setting as their goal the liberation of the whole of mankind from poverty, illness and ignorance.
This now enables chigong to take on a radically new image, as the paths of traditional chigongs are guided onto the broad highway of Zhineng Qigong Science. In China at present, the development of Zhineng Qigong is spreading like raging wildfire. However, this is only the prelude to the emergence of a powerful and impressive science of Zhineng Qigong. In order to meet the present upsurge in the development of chigong science, and because chigong science is an empirical one based upon practice, it becomes necessary to develop thoroughgoing and widespread activities of mass practice.
However, this alone is not enough, because chigong science is at the same time also a highly rational science; it possesses not only its own unique methodology and research methods, but also has its own unique methodological foundation. This is the essential difference distinguishing chigong science from other modern sciences.
Because of this, chigong practitioners must raise the levels of both their comprehension of chigong theory and their personal accomplishment in chigong science. This will aid chigong in developing along the paths of a true science, as well as help to liberate the active mass practice of chigong from its confinement to a single method or skill, and guide that practice into the realm of chigong science.
This series of Zhineng Qigong textbooks has been written in order to meet the needs of fellow Zhineng Qigong practitioners of diverse levels; it follows the publication of Popular Textbook of Zhineng Donggong Practice Methods and Brief Zhineng Qigongology a secondary textbook and consists of the technical theories and fundamental applications of Zhineng Qigong science. The subject matter of this series of textbooks is arranged in accord with the teaching requirements of students of Zhineng Qigong at the college level.
An Introduction to Zhineng Qigong Science sets forth in general fashion the intentions and extensions of chigong, chigong science and Zhineng Qigong science.
The unique characteristics of chigong science are also explored with reference to its research methods, methodology and methodological foundation, as well as to its relationship with modern science. The position and significance of chigong science in human civilization especially in the realm of epistemology are explored.
This is a document of guiding principles and should be conscientiously studied and comprehended by every Zhineng Qigong researcher. The profound mysteries of both Zhineng Qigong and traditional chigongs are analyzed with regard to such diverse areas as consciousness, cultivation, breath control and postural requirements, all of which have both inherited and further developed the essences handed down by traditional forms of chigong. In this text, not only is the general nature of a great many Chinese chigong sects - each having its unique strong points - explored, but revealed also are many formerly strictly guarded secrets of practice within these sects.
It must be especially pointed out that, in the chapter dealing with The Exploitation of Consciousness, the formation and the laws of the processes of consciousness, as well as its influences upon the activities of human life, have been deeply and completely explained.
This part presents a totally new context in the field of chigong science. It declines the idealist and theist concepts of consciousness, and posits instead a dialectical materialist paradigm. This part then provides a text for readers to study, examples to follow, and methods to practice. This is of immense impact and significance to the great majority of general practitioners presently practicing chigong, not only in the development of the ability to gather and transmit external chi to others, and in the acquisition of various supersensory perceptions and telekinesis, but also for undertaking advanced practice in the future.
This has not only broken with the existence of superstitious beliefs in chigong, but has also led the way to a higher practice discipline. This is an illusion-dispelling, barrier-breaking wisdom which must be diligently studied by every practitioner who wishes to explore the profundities of Zhineng Qigong.
The two textbooks - An Introduction to Zhineng Qigong Science and Essences of Zhineng Qigong Science, in fact, fall into the same category of general treatises of Zhineng Qigong Science these can as well be regarded as the general treatises of Chigong Science. The general laws of chigong science, which are also the laws and conditions common to all sects of chigong, are presented; they are the essences of chigong and the common lifeline linking all types of chigong.
In the process of reviewing the various sects of chigong, if one understands this point, one may realize that there have been neither lofty chigongs nor lowly chigongs, but rather that every sect has emerged from the same source.
The Hunyuan Entirety Theory is the theoretical basis upon which Zhineng Qigong science relies for its progress and development. It is also a world view and methodology according to which superintelligence and the objective world mutually act upon each other. It is the outcome of the combination of the ancient Chinese concepts of the entirety of life synthesized with the views of contemporary scientific thinking; it also represents the distillation of the chigong practice of the multitudes.
Though there are many aspects within it that need further substantiation and perfecting, the Hunyuan Entirety Principle, by itself, has developed into a theoretical system of great integrity. VI In the textbook Practice Methodology of Zhineng Qigong Science, the theory and methods of practice pertaining to the first three levels of Zhineng Qigong are introduced in detail, with both textual explanations and detailed illustrations.
This book is both a good teacher and a helpful friend to practitioners of Zhineng Qigong. In Technique of Zhineng Qigong Science - Superintelligence, the theory, practice methods and techniques for the implementation of the superintelligence of Zhineng Qigong science are introduced in detail.
In the subject areas of chigong diagnosis including super-vision, supersensory perception, remote-diagnosis and chigong therapy including external chi healing, remote-healing, and group-healing , the principles of diagnosis and healing are discussed in detail not only at a theoretical level; practice methods and practical secrets by which superintelligence can be quickly attained are also completely and unreservedly unveiled.
In the textbook, A Summary of Traditional Qigongs, a number of traditional Great Vehicle chigongs are briefly and succinctly introduced. Through the study of this book, not only can the reader grasp a general knowledge of the essence of traditional chigongs; she can also be clear about the factual origins of a number of traditional chigongs from which and upon whose foundations careful improvements and refinements in Zhineng Qigong science have been made.
A Brief Introduction to Chinese Qigong History introduces the history of Chinese chigongs - an evolution that has undergone a complete developmental spiral through "the negation of negation", from the simple to the complex and finally, from the complex to the simple. In the remaining two books - Qigong and Human Cultures and Modern Scientific Research on Qigong, the little-known yet vital role the standing chigong has played in the past, presently plays, and shall play in the future, are comprehensively studied against the entire background of both ancient and modern civilizations.
It needs to be pointed out, with regard to a number of subtle and profound theoretical problems discussed in this series of textbooks, that although the author has tried to describe and explain them either in simple and accessible language, the sharing of examples from life, or in the use of existing scientific terminology, there are still many terms, phrases, and theories, that cannot be easily understood. This is because chigong science Vll is a recently created science in the sense commonly understood by ordinary people; for most, there exists as yet neither the rational knowledge of chigong science nor the practical experience of chigong as empirical perceptual knowledge.
In fact, at the time of its own presentation, every innovative and epochmaking scientific theory failed to be comprehended and accepted by the reigning common sense of its time.
Is this not so? Now, not so very long afterwards, the theory of relativity has become an important concept in higher physics. In in Brussels, when Blackett, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics, presented his paper on non-reversible phenomena in thermodynamics, not only was the new theory not comprehended - it was also vigorously opposed.
Although this new science of chigong is not as unfamiliar to the Chinese as the above-mentioned once-new scientific theories were to their audiences, it still represents a totally new field in modern science. It is inevitable that people will initially feel at odds with it. The last point to be made is that all of the theories and practice methods of Zhineng Qigong have been newly created. Although they have stood the test of the practice of millions of people, they still constitute a relatively recent undertaking, and one which needs further perfecting.
So there must of necessity be some imperfections in this series of textbooks of Zhineng Qigong science as well. The author has a heartfelt hope that other fellow practitioners in chigong circles can share their sincere comments and criticism, and that this may help chigong to playa greater role both in the enhancement of the mental, spiritual and physical health of human beings, as well as in the development of human civilization. Testimony It was the cold winter of ,and I had just finished the last remaining metallurgical experiments for my doctoral dissertation.
I had been recently diagnosed with serious neurasthenia and a wasting stomach inflammation. My stomach ached day and night, and even after resorting to sleeping pills, I went sleepless.
I was extremely thin, weak and pale of face, and at a height of 5 feet, 7 inches, weighed just over 85 pounds. I could only take liquid meals. Worst of all, months earlier and prior to this diagnosis my husband had left Qin Huang Dao to do his post-doctoral research in Germany. It was my nine-year old son who prepared my meals for me when I was too weak to get up. I was finally forced to give up writing my doctoral dissertation, and I turned first to Western medicine; it was ineffective, and the bad news from the doctors and nurses was that this disease was hard to cure completely and might develop into stomach cancer if the condition persisted too long.
Two months later, I turned to Chinese medicine. It was more effective than Western medicine, but I was still too weak to resume work on my doctoral dissertation. Another two months passed; I was so anxious to obtain my doctoral degree that this terrible disease made me almost desperate. Just at this critical period, a last hope entered my mind - chigong. There were four kinds of chigongs then being practiced on the campus of Yanshan University.
Most of the practitioners were housewives, retired faculty and staff; there were also many graduate and undergraduate students among them. But even though he told me Zhineng Qigong had healed his serious kidney disease, I just laughed at him. I put away all the books he gave me and instead asked help from the doctors.
That Saturday afternoon I found myself in a classroom with about fifty other participants, of whom I recognized only two or three as familiar, including Jiang. I felt shy and uneasy in what to me seemed so strange and peculiar a community. Everyone was standing there, eyes closed, looking calm and reverent.
I was assailed by a sense of guilt, and I immediately closed my eyes too. Then I heard.. Be humble and respectful I was fascinated by that loving voice, and listened with rapt attention. Suddenly, I saw a beam of red light within my head, and felt an unbearable pain in my stomach; I nearly fell down, and was helped up by a lady standing beside me. She was frightened by my pale, sweating face and called over two student practitioners.
Then all of the practitioners began to minister energy Fa-qi to those who wished to receive it. I was treated for the second time and I felt much better.
At the end of the healing session, I told my classmate my unusual experience during the gathering. He was delighted and told me that was caused by chi, and that chi had worked upon me! I had been too weak to stand the intense chi field, and thus had experienced a strong reaction.
He assured that it was a good sign and that I would sleep very well that night. I returned home full of hope and expectation. All my prejudices against chigong were gone. I threw myself into the group exercises, body and soul, practicing more than three hours every day, in the morning and evening, never once missing practice during my first two years. At the beginning it was too hard for me to follow them; usually I would have to rest five minutes before I could do another five minutes of practice, but I never gave up.
My stomachaches vanished almost unconsciously, and I could sleep well. One month later, I resumed my work on my doctoral dissertation, and subsequently obtained my doctoral degree in December But I was not satisfied just to obtain my recovery; I wanted to know why it had happened. When I am unable to spend this much time in practicing the physical-movement forms, I continue to practice the mental and spiritual cultivation in my daily life and work.
Approximately ten million people practice it around the world every day. It has been officially certified by, and advocated by, the China Sports Bureau.
The Science of Zhineng Qigong Life More Abundant Based on Teachings of Ming Pang
Xiaoguang Jin and Joseph Marcello If one were to distill. By imaginal exercise - super sensory concentration - the primal division between spirit and substance may be mended, and mankind and the universe restored to wholeness. In so doing, the unbearable loneliness of human existence opens out upon the headwaters of the immutable aloneness of universal consciousness. From introduction by Xiaguang Jin: I was extremely thin, weak and pale of face, and at a height of 5 feet, 7 inches weighed just over 85 pounds.
LIFE MORE ABUNDANT THE SCIENCE OF ZHINENG QIGONG PDF
Marcello shaysnet. The traditional, once esoteric forms of chigong practiced by the sages and initiates have, in our day, become openly known and commonly practiced. It has evolved from the traditional stage of selfcultivation to the contemporary stage, wherein one benefits both oneself and others. Zhineng Qigong The Cultivation of Intelligence-Energy was born amidst the fervor of the great mass reform of traditional chigongs. Zhineng Qigong has inherited the essential wisdom of those traditional chigongs - chigongs stemming from Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Traditional Chinese Medicine, traditional martial arts, and folk religions. From ancient Chinese civilizations, as well as from the explorations of modern science, medicine and philosophy, it has also absorbed into itself the philosophical essence of the Concept of Entirety - The Oneness of Man and Nature. The Chi Field Technique Zuchang - a unique, broad-scale and highly effective teaching method - has been created, designed to establish and augment an intelligent energy field for the purpose of teaching and treating small and large groups of people.