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Category: Spring Forest Qigong

Higher Energy healing with Chunyi

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 by Pete Bissonette
For the first time, Chunyi Lin is teaching a special Spring Forest Qigong healing seminar in three new cities: Miami, Seattle, and Singapore. We hope you can attend. During these healing seminars, attendees will spend two full days with Qigong master, teacher, and healer Chunyi Lin, in person, learning about the Higher Energy of Spring […]

Use Internal GPS to Guide Your Life

Friday, May 2nd, 2014 by Pete Bissonette
Do you ever get lost while driving in a maze of big city traffic or on back country roads, just wishing you had a GPS system in your car to guide you in the right direction? While not all vehicles are equipped with this valuable tool, each and every human being is! We each have […]

It’s a New Season!

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 by Pete Bissonette
Welcome to the first day of autumn! Changing colors, crisper air, bountiful harvests…it really is a great time of year. Autumn is the best time of year to strengthen your relationships and put your attention on balancing the intensity of achieving goals with time to enjoy your loved ones. It is also time to pull […]

Deep Healing All Day Long

Friday, February 22nd, 2013 by Pete Bissonette
We began our Deep Healing 12-month program with Chunyi Lin last month. Success coach Wendy Greer pulled out a couple of thoughts from the first session that can be of benefit to all of us. Watch and enjoy! Pete

Deep Healing with Chunyi Lin

Thursday, January 17th, 2013 by Pete Bissonette
You may know that our Spring Forest Qigong course and our Spring Forest Healingfest has four hours of instruction to help you heal yourself. If you’ve ever attended a seminar or retreat with Chunyi Lin, you know that his knowledge on energy healing is tremendously more than what we were able to put in that […]

Let’s shift into Winter

Friday, December 21st, 2012 by Pete Bissonette
Today marks the end of the Mayan calendar and the first day of Winter. If you’re reading this, then you know we all survived. :) You also understand the energetic value of meditation and the shift that can happen to our consciousness as we meditate. This change will be enhanced over the coming seasons as […]

Welcome to the Sonic Access of Autumn

Thursday, September 20th, 2012 by Pete Bissonette
It’s the first day of autumn, and time to listen to your “Autumn” meditation from Paul Scheele’s Sonic Access Four Seasons.   Energy changes with the season. Autumn energy supports relationships, which means it is the perfect time to harvest the blessings and gifts from all of your relationships. Be sure to put attention to balancing […]

Transform your gray matter through meditation

Friday, September 14th, 2012 by Pete Bissonette
If you meditate, you may know firsthand how it can calm the mind and body, reduce stress and anxiety, enhance self-awareness, and even improve memory. But did you know that meditating can actually change the density of grey matter in areas of your brain that correlate with these beneficial effects—in just eight weeks? That’s what […]

Improve Your Vision?

Friday, August 3rd, 2012 by Pete Bissonette
When I got to the office on Tuesday, I realized I hadn’t put in my contacts. I had noticed while driving that I wasn’t seeing as well, but I simply thought my sunglasses needed cleaning. The only other time that day I noticed I was without my contacts was when I drove home. I could […]

Natural healing properties of Spring

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 by Pete Bissonette
After a weekend in the high 70s and low 80s, it’s hard to believe only today is the first day of spring! Nonetheless, it is, and it is time to celebrate by listening to the Spring meditation from Sonic Access Four Seasons. Listen several times in the next couple of weeks and periodically through the […]

Welcome to Winter, the best time for meditation

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
The first day of winter and time to listen to the “Winter” meditation from Sonic Access Four Seasons. This is the time of year to do deep within to gain insight, support, and wisdom to manifest your highest good. Tap into it and you’ll find the natural energy of winter bringing opportunities for expansive spiritual […]

Qigong for people with cancer

Friday, December 9th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
New University of Sydney research on Qigong found that cancer patients who used this 5000-year-old combination of gentle exercise and meditation experienced significantly higher wellbeing levels, improved cognitive functioning, and less inflammation compared to a control group. Dr Byeongsang Oh, a clinical senior lecturer at the Sydney Medical School who led the study, said the […]

Photos from Spring Forest Qigong Retreat

Monday, October 31st, 2011 by bradg
We had another wonderful Spring Forest Qigong Retreat in October. Here are some of our favorite photos. If you haven’t been to an event with Chunyi Lin, plan on coming to the Higher Energy seminar we have coming up in Washington DC and Los Angeles this winter. They are amazing. You can always find out […]

100 Days of Qigong & fun recording

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
If you are interested in a breakthrough with your health or energy level, practice Spring Forest Qigong every day for 100 days in a row. It is easier than you might think… Last week during the amazing Spring Forest Qigong Retreat, a participant talked about her experiences with the 100 Days of Qigong chart. You […]

“Dear Learning Strategies”

Monday, September 19th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Dear Learning Strategies, I would like to thank you for being so fantastically great! Your vision and mission is truly commendable and effective.  I love that you combine so many areas of learning and life to a beautiful symphony of growth and expansion. I have been fortunate to participate in the PhotoReading Seminar in April […]

When you have pain doing Spring Forest Qigong Active Exercise

Friday, September 2nd, 2011 by Chunyi Lin
Question: I have pain when I do some of the Spring Forest Qigong Active Exercises but I can do them. Is it better to do them with the pain or stop the movement when the pain begins and just imagine the rest of the movements? If you do not have the pain when you start […]

Ideal Percentage of Spring Forest Qigong Active Exercise

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by Chunyi Lin
Question: How much Spring Forest Qigong Active Exercise is ideal and what percentage of meditation is ideal in your practice? It depends on your health situation. If you are in the process of healing—in other words, you have infection in your bones, you have a cold, you are sore, or you have any symptoms—and you […]

Do Spring Forest Qigong Active Exercise before Meditation

Monday, August 22nd, 2011 by Chunyi Lin
Question: If you’re going to do Spring Forest Qigong Active Exercise and a meditation, do you recommend doing Active Exercise first or the meditation first? I recommend that you do the Active Exercise first, because when you do the Active Exercise, you warm your physical body and quiet the mind. After warming your physical body, […]

Spring Forest Qigong in one hour or two 30-minute sessions?

Friday, August 19th, 2011 by Chunyi Lin
Question: Many days I’ll do half of the Active Exercises of Spring Forest Qigong in the morning and the other half later in the day. Every once in a while I’ll do a full hour all at once. It seems that when I do an hour I feel the energy more in the second half than […]

Chunyi’s apple fast may cut risk of heart disease and diabetes

Friday, April 29th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
This is great news for anyone who has done Chunyi Lin’s one-day Apple Fast. He explains it in his Your Healing Power DVD, and we experience it during our fall Spring Forest Qigong Retreat. Earlier this month on WebMD.com I read about new research on periodic fasting presented at the annual scientific sessions of the […]

Which courses have Paraliminals?

Thursday, April 7th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Paraliminals are part of most of our personal learning courses. They help you resolve common issues and integrate what you learn on a deeper level so that the benefits show up in your daily life. When we create a Paraliminal specifically for a course, we ask over and over, “What can we do to increase […]

Happy Chinese New Year!

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
We began our celebration Saturday evening by attending a Chinese New Year Celebration Show called “Enchantment of Dance” with the staff of Chunyi Lin’s Spring Forest Qigong Center. With a huge smile Chunyi said he likes the Chinese New Year celebration better than the western New Year celebration “because in China we celebrate for fifteen […]

Body/Home Connection … Feng Shui & Health

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Every part of your home is connected with a part of your body, says Marie Diamond, creator of Diamond Feng Shui. Chaos in an area of your home might create problems in the related body parts. Your face is represented by the entrance to your home. The cleaner you keep your entrance, the better your […]

Peace in your heart

Friday, November 5th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
"Peace. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart." That sentiment was on the cover of a catalog that made its way into my mailbox this week. How […]

Autumn and Relationships

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Today is the first day of fall, and it is time to draw on the season’s energy to harvest the blessings and gifts from all of your relationships. It is also time to strengthen your associations within any project, job, or venture. To free yourself from energy that no longer serves you. To balance the intensity […]

Have you considered the Feng Shui of your home or workplace?

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
I knew about Feng Shui but did not pay attention to it until I heard Chunyi Lin speak about it in 1997. This was almost eight years before I met Marie Diamond. In the Spring Forest Qigong personal learning course Chunyi says: Feng Shui shows us how different parts of a building have different energy. Each […]

How to learn best from one of our courses

Friday, May 28th, 2010 by Paul Scheele
You’ll get the most from any of our personal learning courses when you go through it four times. It may seem like a lot, but based on how the human brain works, it is the absolute best and ultimately the easiest way to develop the expertise you want. You’ll be building awareness during the first […]

Finding love at the center of it all

Sunday, April 18th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Patrick Dougherty’s new book tells his story of “sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll,” tragedy, loss, the burden of surviving, war, despair. I could not believe that this wonderful man had experienced so much. I could not put the book down. I had to see how his journey through Christian faith, the Native American road, […]

Lymphoma Stage 4 and Spring Forest Qigong

Friday, April 16th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Jacqueline Valone talks about how her blood work went back to normal after four of the group healing sessions that we do on the telephone every Monday afternoon and Wednesday evening with Chunyi Lin and Spring Forest Qigong master healers. Its a beautiful story that she recorded at our retreat in 2007. It gives great […]

Healing intense pain and broken bones with Spring Forest Qigong

Thursday, April 15th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Have you ever had an intense pain or severe symptoms show up in your life? When Carol Stotts came into town last fall she told us how she dealt with the pain of an appendicitis attack, and it is all on video for you. And then she tells how she used Spring Forest Qigong to […]

How to improve your eyesight with Spring Forest Qigong

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Watch this video to see how Lourdes Agustin was able to throw away her “thick glasses” after using a technique in Level 2 of Spring Forest Qigong to improve your vision. She demonstrates the technique in this video.

Six factors that block universal energy

Monday, April 12th, 2010 by Chunyi Lin
(Qigong teaches you to use your mind, body, and spirit to unblock energy that can cause sickness and disease. The following article by Chunyi Lin explores six factors that block energy, or Qi. Whether or not you practice Spring Forest Qigong, this information will give you insights into your own health and well-being.  Pete) 1) […]

100 Days of Qigong

Friday, April 9th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
It doesn’t matter whether you practice Spring Forest Qigong 20 minute three times a week, five minutes a day, or two hours a day—at some level, you always receive benefit.  Chunyi Lin says that when you practice Spring Forest Qigong for 100 days in a row, you receive tremendous healing benefits and your practice becomes […]

The lazy man’s way to helping your friend heal

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Often on the Monday afternoon and Wednesday evening group healing calls, Chunyi Lin will ask you to invite others to join you in the meditation. He asks you to imagine them flying to your home from wherever they are and sitting right next to you. They too will receive healing benefit. Consider doing this every […]

Using a candle and a mirror for self healing

Monday, April 5th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Chunyi Lin has a powerful way to use a candle and a mirror when doing healing on yourself. You learn how to help other people heal in the Level 2 Spring Forest Qigong personal learning course that is part of the deluxe package. You can also use these powerful techniques on yourself to help heal […]

The most powerful energy of the universe

Friday, April 2nd, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Chunyi Lin surprised everyone at last summer’s Jeddah Mali Retreat with an hour conversation to tap into the most powerful energy of the universe: love. I listened to the recording of it earlier this week, and I thought it would make a wonderful gift for you this Easter weekend. Four topics that I found particularly […]

Opening the Third Ear

Thursday, April 1st, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Much has been said about opening the Third Eye, but little has been said about opening the Third Ear. The Third Eye is often associated with visions, clairvoyance, intuition, and seeing energy, chakras, and auras, allowing you to see beyond the physical. It is located between the eyebrows in the pineal gland in the middle […]

Healing women’s health issues through Spring Forest Qigong

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Energy is different between men and women. Women have a more complex system and more Qi than men, because they have two factories, the kidneys and the ovaries. Men have only kidney energy. As a general rule, women live longer than men. This article includes advice that Chunyi Lin, creator of the Spring Forest Qigong […]

Healing through Spring Forest Qigong

Monday, March 29th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Everywhere I went in Germanys’ Mosel River Valley I came across the name “Rebstock.” The innkeeper’s name was Rebstock, the restaurant was called Rebstock, a vineyard was named Rebstock, I’m in a castle looking down into the valley with binoculars when my eyes focus on the name Rebstock… everywhere for a solid week… I returned […]