Today, I want to introduce you to internationally-respected Qigong Master Mingtong Gu who will share with us how Qigong, a powerful meditation movement practice that triggers our inner self-healing, can help people with ADD, depression, anxiety and those with chronic disease heal and improve their lives.
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I often speak about the concept of taking charge of our own health and healing, and not immediately giving it over to medical doctors as soon as we start to feel ill. I find that we need to act with awareness in our lives where we do something every day as a commitment to our health, like mindfully choosing to eat heathy foods, or consciously using only natural products on our skin and in our homes, or thinking uplifting thoughts, or having a daily exercise or meditation practice, such as Qigong.
Today, I speak with Qigong Master Mingtong Gu, who was awarded the Qigong Master of the Year by the 13th World Qigong Congress. He was born and raised in China, and trained under Dr. Pang Ming, a Qigong Grandmaster and founder of the world’s largest medicine-less” Qigong hospital. Master Mingtong witnessed thousands of cases of chronic and “incurable” diseases being healed there, and through his own practice of Qigong, he recovered from his own chronic health conditions.
Master Mingtong is the Founder of The Chi Center, based in Galisteo, New Mexico, which reaches a global audience through online programs, in-person retreats and professional certification programs. He is author of several books, including Empowered Healing.
In this interview you will discover:
- What Qigong is and how it differs from something like Tai Chi?
- How is Qigong used for healing ADHD, depression and anxiety?
- Why Chi, Mingtong says, is our inner medicine.
- What enhances Chi and what detracts from it?
- The Chi field. How can we access it?
- Mingtong shares some of the research conducted at The Qigong Center medicine-less hospital in China which published over 3000 research papers during the 90’s.
- How Qigong movements incorporate the physical movements, visualization and our thoughts.
- Is it important to do the movements exactly to form? Can it be done from a DVD?
- What is the best way to start Qigong for parents and children?
- What is Sound healing?
- The programs he offers to help people heal, and how to find out more.
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This episode of Kids in Crisis originally aired on BoldBraveMedia.