What is qigong?
Qigong is a science of human life.
Through the practice of qigong and focussing inwards on ourself, we can develop our potential to better understand both ourself and the world. Modern science understands human beings from the outside, as a subject, but qigong understands people from the inside. In Chinese we have a saying: 'zhi nei er da wai', which means 'if you really understand inside you will also understand outside (the universe and all its information)'. This is because our mind contains all the information of the universe. Through qigong we can improve ourselves to be healthier, kinder and more free. We can use information to help other humans and to make our own life more beautiful. Through qigong practice we become more sensitive and know what we really need in order to improve our life.
Qigong is a very high and advanced science because it studies our yishi. Yishi is not just the mind; it comes from the merging of information with knowledge we hold deep inside ourself. Human beings' 'can zhao xi' (our framework for understanding reality) mostly comes from knowledge we gain from other people's ideas, from modern science, from books, our education system and so on. There is another way to gain knowledge, through meditation, qigong, etc. We can use this other type of knowledge to broaden our understanding so our 'can zhao xi' is fuller and more complete.
The universe is made up of qi. In qigong theory, qi is invisible to the human eye but can be sensed by the human mind. Our thoughts are a unique type of qi. This kind of qi is linked to everything in our existence. It affects ourselves and everything around us. Everything in the universe is matter, including our ideas. Most of our thoughts waste our body energy, but people become more careful to keep the qifield clear when they realise that our thoughts affect our health, emotions and every action. It's very special to be able to master qi: then we are able to master our fate.
What is qifield?
A qifield is made up of qi and different qifields vary according to the different qualities of qi they contain. Qi is a kind of matter, the most basic unit of the universe. All qi contains information and everything in the universe contains its own special information. The information of the human mind is a special kind of qi and information, because of its active properties. It is able to gather other qi together to form a qifield.
A qifield contains many kinds of information merging together. It includes the place and its surroundings, the people within it and their information, and anything else that the person building the qifield wants to include. For example, if they know how to do it, people can link their minds to other qigong practitioners and include them in the qifield.
When practicing qigong, we use our mind to gather all kinds of qi and merge them to form a qifield. Different information will form different qifields, so we may form a qifield that helps with healing, or one that develops super-abilities, or that increases productivity, etc.
Many qigong Centres have a qifield that focusses on bodily illness. In our Centre we have developed a qifield that focusses more on the origins of illness and the information that people need in order to become well and stay healthy.
What is real healing?
For Zhineng Qigong healing, Doctor Pang has spoken about Yiyuanti Healing only recently. It's called the "Second Set of Patterns".
Yiyuanti healing: the master or healer will simply guide people to be aware of their Yiyuanti--the truth of themselves. The truth of human beings--Yiyuanti, can heal any diseases and achieve any wishes. For the Yiyuanti, no matter how far, how high, how small or how hard, it can penetrate. For the Yiyuanti, All is connected and It can connect anyone, anywhere. The relationship between masters and patients are all One in the Yiytuanti. The One is there to heal one another. All of Yiyuanti are connected in the Qi-field, so the Qi-field is the master or healer; everything is possible in an effective Qi-field.
For qigong healing, It has become simpler, easier and also more effective. Since the understanding of Yiyuanti there has been a greater, deeper awareness in the Qi-field all over the world. One can just guide people during qigong practice to get into the character of what they truly desire. Only successful results are in the Qi-field-- not the how, when or why. For practitioners (students or those seeking healing) it can be a joyous, relaxing journey although we call it qigong healing.
There are many examples for Yiyuanti healing in China, Students at the Hexianju Qigong Centre named Wang Jinling and Hu Jiaying had breast cancer. After just two weeks of practicing qigong in the Qi-field they were completely healed,
More and more people are focusing on the ‘Second Set of Patterns’ for living and healing in China.