Your body is a body of living and intelligent energy. It is a true miracle -- the most miraculous creation on the earth. When we bring the mind back to the body, we are able come back to the home within and to live the miracle of life. It is possible to integrate mind, heart and body. Wisdom Healing Qigong activates Qi, the source energy of life within and around to return to the Oneness of life.
Master Mingtong Gu, founder of the Chi Center, is a qigong master who offers the ancient teachings of Wisdom Healing Qigong for people of all ages and with many physical and emotional challenges. He was honored as the Qigong Master of the Year by the 13th World Congress for Qigong & TCM in 2011.
Master Mingtong has received extensive Buddhist teachings from many realized teachers of Tibetan Vajrayana. He also trained at the largest qigong hospital in China, where he helped people with major physical and emotional challenges. This hospital, in keeping with qigong practices, did not use conventional medicine, yet documents a 95% success rate for conditions such as heart disease, stress, and other aging or illness related conditions.
Master Mingtong Gu is a sought after speaker, healer, and teacher for retreats and workshops around the world. He leads retreats and workshops nationally and internationally, and he teaches the Pure Qi Online series. Creator of Wisdom Healing Qigong, he also founded the Chi Center, based at EarthRise on the IONS campus in Petaluma, California, to bring qigong to the West for the benefit of humankind.
Master Mingtong is also the author of several books and many online programs that translate the ancient teachings of Wisdom Healing Qigong for contemporary times.
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