How to use your mind to alleviate sickness and pain
...while boosting your energy
This healing method is absolutely for real. I’ve used it myself—not once, but many times. As a matter of fact, I’ve even helped remove pain and sickness from other people. And, I want you to try it for yourself.
Stay with me to read every word of this letter. My life has changed dramatically since I first experienced Spring Forest Qigong, and maybe yours can, too. Look at some of these stories...
- Wayne Kassera suffered a heart attack. The doctors were able to clear only three of five blood vessels going from his heart to his lungs. Two remained nearly completely blocked—until he used Qigong.
- Stacy Langager had a lump the size of a golf ball in her left breast—until she used Qigong.
- Sue Sivula could turn her head, but her eyes wouldn’t move. A blood vessel bled on her brainstem—until she used Qigong.
- Esther Trejo was on oxygen 24 hours a day—until she used Qigong. For over five years now she has been without the oxygen tanks.
These are just a few of the hundreds of people I have met who have been affected by the methods and techniques of Spring Forest Qigong—you will hear more about them in the following pages.
"Can you imagine the possibilities?"
What is Qigong?
An easy-to-follow combination of controlled breathing, focused concentration, and simple movement.
Qigong works with the body’s energy. Ancient Chinese wisdom calls this energy "Qi" (pronounced "chee," sometimes spelled "chi"). Qi has been called the "mother of blood."
"It is believed that by moving Qi through the body, you can heal yourself of many ailments," says medical doctor Richard Gerber, author of the definitive text for energetic medicine, "Vibrational Medicine: New Choices for Healing Ourselves" as well as "Vibrational Medicine for the 21st Century".
How Qigong works
According to the Chinese model, sickness, pain, and other health anomalies are caused when Qi energy is blocked. When Qi cannot flow through the body, two things happen:
First, excess Qi builds up where it is not needed or wanted. This is like water damming on a river and flooding a neighborhood.
Second, other parts of the body do not receive enough Qi. This is like the riverbed drying out on the other side of a dam, destroying river life.
Qigong exercises remove blocks and increase the flow of energy through your body. When it flows free, Qi energy heals and restores the body.
Use your new Spring Forest Qigong Personal Learning Course as a guide for learning simplified exercises to improve your health and well-being.