How can someone get real ability with Chi Healing in a 3 Day program?

The 3 Day workshops are an immersion into the Universal Healing Chi Kung.

We begin by having the practitioners do a lot of Chi Kung designed to build chi and chi flow so that they can easily feel their own energy. 

Then, the students learn how to feel the energy of others. 

In the workshop environment it is easy to learn because everyone else is also flowing chi so the overall resonance is much higher and much easier to feel.

Students learn to feel and recognize common ailments

Once the practitioner can feel the chi of others then we train how to build sensitivity and to distinguish between common but distinctly different sensations such as arthritis and temperature differences.

This is easily accomplished in the workshops because most folks have some arthritis and some amount of kidney imbalance due to age and lifestyle.

Then, the students learn how to diagnose the different common sensations felt.  

Once you get the feel of a particular energy then you learn to recognize it.  Once you have felt hot compared to cold then you recognize heat when you feel heat again. 

The next thing we do in the workshop is work on how to distinguish one type of a similar sensation from another.  For example the heat put off by muscle or nerve inflammation is different than dry heat from a lack of water and to much caffeine intake.

Students Build a Functional Foundation in 3 Days

The student is able to gain a certain basic level of skill during the workshop and then of course will build and refine their practice at home. 

The nice thing is that once you learn to recognize a certain sensation, such as the feel of dehydration and caffeine, then from now on you will recognize that sensation for what it is and get better and better at discerning finer details about it. 

In this way you build a personal catalog of sensations and what they mean. 

Our more advanced practitioners eventually get good enough that they can tell the difference between the feel of a coke and coffee in a person’s kidneys and they can tell approximately how much the person had to drink.

Build your personal catalog of sensations

Once you learn how to feel and diagnose, then, it is a simple step to learn how to manipulate the energy.  In the workshops the students learn and practice specific energy hand methods to treat a number of basic common ailments. 

Students also learn a specific chi kung method for tumors and cancers.  I have had several students work with cancer patients with great affect including full remission of the cancer.

Students learn how to build higher level skill

The basic methods are simple enough that everyone completes the course with a good working knowledge of the material. 

The course includes a guide book that has a synopsis of the full healing method and 3 months of free consulting time to get help and answers to questions regarding the healing work.  You leave the course with ability but to gain higher level skill you will have to practice at home. 

Many students return to the workshop multiple times to get a tune up, refine and hone their skills.

Learn these skills at the next Healing Workshop

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  1. Sifu Clear,

    In your experience, can qi healing do much with muscular problems? I have had a back problem caused by muscles (not discs or bones) for thirty years now. Goes back 40 or so really, but it has been a real problem for about 30. Although my back is not hunched as profoundly as before (massage work every few years over the past two decades), my posture is still not good and the bigger problem is that my thoracic spine is really stiff. Taiji and qigong are uncomfortable if I do them for a long time, as other things are for shorter periods, because the muscles surrounding the middle of my back tense up. Actually, those muscles are always tense. The past year and a half (I restarted my taiji practice) has shown minute progress in some respects, but not the thoracic spine. And my lack of flexibility continues in most respects, with stretching making no headway.

    Unlike a lower back problem, for which taiji can work wonders, a middle back problem is going against the grain since one is constantly trying to get the back to straighten (up), but it can’t. I am qi numb in spite of having done a lot of taiji (and some qigong) in the early 1990s with an awesome teacher (trust me, I know; his other students had super results). I know the spine is key to taiji and qigong, and a healthy spine ain’t a bad thing to have for everyday life either!

    I realize what I have just written may make no sense as I am describing a specific and unusual problem. Therefore, I am wondering if you have had much luck with muscular issues responding well to qi healing?

    Many thanks for your answer!


    • We have had some great results with problems similar to the ones you describe.

      The kind of method that would work best and how successful it will be depends, of course, on what exactly is causing the problem.

      Shoot me an email. ( And we’ll see if there’s something we might be able to do.

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