Spontaneous QiGong (SQG) or ZiFaGong and its ‘Self-Healing’ Properties Upon
Psychological & Physiological Problems in ‘Five Animals forms WuQinXi’

Part 1 – A 20 minutes DVD film rushes reveals how the ancient Chinese Human Energy study - XingQiShu (QiGong) and DaoYinShu (TaiJiQuan) is divided into two dimensions.  The methodology GongFa involves ‘conscious’ physical exercises while other natural form of Spontaneous QiGong (SQG) or ZiFaGong deals mainly with ‘sub-conscious’ state of the mind.  The film also shows what ancient Chinese called - the ‘Five Animals Play WuQinXi’ in its most natural spontaneous form.  The occurrences further display local muscular paroxysms of the body, which led to the ‘Five Animals’ appearances WuXing’ and the ‘Five emotional outbursts WuZhi’ from deep within the ‘sub-consciousness’ state of mind. 

Part 2 – The lecture concentrates on how Spontaneous QiGong (SQG therapy) brings out the ‘Five Animals Play WuQinXi’ in the forms of ‘Deer’; ‘Tiger’; ‘Monkey’; ‘Bird’ and ‘Bear’.  Discussions will also cover how the mentioned phenomena relate to the ‘Liver’; ‘Lungs’; ‘Spleen’; ‘Heart’ and ‘Kidneys’ in TCM principle accordingly.  The most important point will focus on how SQG therapy can trigger the ‘self-healing’ abilities on both psychological and physiological illnesses.  Both Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM and Western Medicine references will be quoted in interpreting the ‘self-healing’ ability of SQG therapy.

Part 3 – Demonstration on the 13 Essences of XingQi/DaoYinShu: The former (QiGong) slow, relax movements must co-ordinate with ‘Breathing techniques TuNa’.  The objective is to enlarge the ‘rib cage’ allowing more Oxygen intakes, increasing the Oxygen-rich blood to fuel rapid body cells growth.  The latter ‘stretching DaoYinShu’ exercises with both slow/fast and soft/hard motions aim to ‘manipulate Dao’ the Central Nervous system in order to ‘induce Yin’ the release of ‘hormones’ with healing property.  Today, it is known as TaiJiQuan.

Part 4 - Q & A time
Intended Audience
Professionals who work in addiction, mental health, psychology, psychiatry, and cancer treatment (this may include social workers, psychologists, doctors, nurses, allied health workers, and others).
Details of Talk
Date            : December 10, 2012 (Monday)
Time           : 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Venue        : 2/F., 5 Sassoon Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong.
Fee              : Free of Charge (Limited Seat, First Come First Serve)
Language  : English

About the Speaker
Dr. Leung YanKwai PhD. (aka ShaoLin monk Shi DeLon) has spent the last 20 years researching into the ‘self-healing’ ability of the ‘Spontaneous QiGong SQG’ therapy, which requires little or no methodology.  He specializes in ancient XingQiDaoYinShu (today’s QiGong/TaiJiQuan). Explicit ‘Internal’ exercises can change status of the mind from ‘consciousness’ to ‘sub-consciousness’, triggering the ‘self-healing’ ability of psychological and physiological illnesses.  Dr. Leung is the Rehabilitation Consultant of Professor HuangShu TCM hospital, BeiJing. He has given many lectures in ShanDong TCM University hospital; GuangZhou TCM University; Faculty of Psychology, Leeds; Bratislava University hospital; Faculty of Physiology, University of Piestany, Slovakia.  Successful clinical case studies include Drug/drink detoxification, Depression, Insomnia, Trauma to chronic backache, Sciatica, Arthritis, multiple sclerosis MS, Liver metastasis and leukaemia. 

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