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FACILITATOR
John Wong
(Chief Facilitator))
Gayook Wong
Qigong Master
(Guest Coach)

VENUE
Gaia Life International Pte Ltd
Blk 102E, Pasir Panjang Road
#05-10
Singaore 118529
(8-10 mins walk from Pasir Panjang MRT Station)

DATES
25 October 2011 (Tuesday)
27 October 2011 (Thursday)

TIME
7pm to 8:30pm

INVESTMENT:
$60 per session
$220 for 4 sessions.
No GST

PAYMENT:
Cash

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WU DONG SPIRITUAL QIGONG: Master the Rare Secret Art of Void Element Healing

ENDORSEMENTS

“Donna, my mother’s friend collapsed with a pain in her stomach, and the virus got everywhere, critical stage in Dec/ Jan, John taught the family how to awaken her when all the doctors gave nothing but datelines. Now she woke up and is back home! Thank you, John!”
ISAAC KK LOONG, inventor, architect, London

Gayook is a vessel of healing energy-she is an individual with compassion and has the ability of transferring the light to others. I cannot recommend her enough.

Caroline Myss, Ph.D,
N.Y Times best selling author

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Learning Wu Dong Long Men Qigong, leading to a spiritual path
  2. Focusing on filling the void with qi, leading towards developing/enhancing intuition
  3. Learning exercises to prevent illness and heal oneself

JOHN WONGCW (CHIEF FACILITATOR)

Termed as a Medical Mystery, John Wong is a scientific professional involved in regional water and food Safety Community . By Transcendental Connection, he self regenerated from total paralysis and blindness even when his nerves and its core were severely damaged or gone. He is the Founder and Author of Transcendental Connection. He is a USA NLP certified practitioner and is also serving as the Director of National Neurological Foundation (NNF).

His book “Awaken Your Healing Power” is distributed internationally with Real Stories, Real people and Real Scientific Findings.

GAYOOK WONG (GUEST COACH)

Gayook Wong comes from a family of qigong practitioners dating back to the Han dynasty. Raised up in New York, she offers a unique East/West approach to qigong. Gayook healed herself from cancer and post traumatic stress disorder from physical and sexual abuse. Her training and experience include 30 years of clinical psychotherapy and consultant at AT&T and Lucent Technology. She is also co-authors with Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer in Amazon Top Ten List, Wake Up and Live the Life You Love, Seizing Your Success.

Who should sign up?

  1. Those who wish to learn qigong
  2. Those who wish to learn to walk a practical spiritual life
  3. Those who wish to learn about themselves to prevent illness
  4. Those who wish to heal themselves
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For those of you who don’t do diaphragm breathing, this is to help you understand this type of breathing as it relates to qigong.

The place of power in the body for qigong is the dan tien, an inch or so below the navel. It is the area that goes from the front straight to the back without any organs there.  Therefore, no interference with the breath. Also, when one breathes from the stomach, one can take in more breath that can then be distributed to the rest of the body.  Breathing through the lungs only brings the breath to the upper part of the body, leaving the lower extremities without breath. And, if one breathes through the lungs when one is nervous or scared, one tends to hyperventilate. That would not happen with qi breathing.

So, for qi breathing:

  • As you inhale push bottom of stomach out and bring in air up to the lungs, so it looks like you are blowing up your stomach like a balloon.
  • As you exhale, pull the bottom of the stomach in, contracting the stomach muscles bringing them close to the rib cage until you’ve let out all the air.

If you are doing this correctly, your shoulders will not be lifting up, but you should feel your chest and back filling up with air.

DO NOT FORCE BREATH MORE THAN IT WANTS TO GO. GRADUALLY, YOU’LL BE ABLE TO TAKE IN LARGER BREATHS AND EXPEL MORE AIR.

Try just the breathing until you feel you’ve mastered it enough to try it with the qigong meditation described in the two previous blogs.

* This is for relaxation purposes ONLY.  Anyone with a medical problem needs to see a physician. If you are under the care of a physician, please get his/her advice re this meditation.

 

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