HIGH-LEVEL GENUINE CHI KUNG CAN OVERCOME ANY ILLNESS!
You have said that chi kung can overcome any illness. Can you please say more on this?
It is true that chi kung can overcome any illness, including what in the West is regarded as "incurable", like cancer, heart problems, asthma, diabetes, auto-immune syndrome, arthritis, depression and phobia. In fact I was awarded "Qigong of the Year" in 1997 at the 2nd World Qigong (Chi Kung) Congress in San Francisco for my work in helping many patients overcome cancer.
In traditional Chinese medical philosophy, all illness is caused by energy blockage. "Energy blockage" is a Chinese medical jargon which means that energy is prevented to flow to various cells, glands, organs or systems to enable them to function the way they are meant to.
If, for example, a person's heart works the way his heart is meant to work, he will not have any heart problems. If mutation is controlled by his natural functioning, he will not have any cancer. If negative emotions are flushed out of his body, which actually is a natural process, he will not have any depression. In other words, if all his cells, glands, organs and systems are working the way they are meant to work, the person will be healthy.
However if any of these cells, glands, organs and systems is not functioning naturally, he will be sick. In Chinese medical philosophy, his sickness is expressed as "yin-yang disharmony". Harmonious energy flow, by clearing energy blockage, is effective in overcoming yin-yang disharmony or illness.
Chi kung is an excellent way to generate a harmonious energy flow which clears energy blockage. Once harmonious energy flow is restored, a patient recovers his good health as a matter of course.
However, genuine chi kung is rare today. When people say that they practice chi kung, it usually means that they use chi kung techniques to practice gentle physical exercise without any energy flow. Gentle physical exercise does not overcome illness, no matter for how long or how beautifully practitioners may perform it.
A good analogy is Taijiquan, often spelt as Tai Chi Chuan. When people say that they practice Taijiquan, it usually means that they use Taijiquan techniques to practice external form, without internal force and without combat application. External form does not give internal force or combat application no matter for how long or how beautifully practitioners perform it.
The above is taken from Question 8 of February 2019 Part 3 of the Selection of Questions and Answers.
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