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Can anyone recommend some programs, resources, or practices that can take a person from a qigong beginner to being someone who can heal others? I understand the process likely takes many years, but I can't meditate in a cave for 20 years. So, is there a realistic, practical way for a working family man to do it?

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He's not very active but member Ya Mu here runs https://www.qigongamerica.com/

I'm not looking to be a healer, but took a seminar with him long ago and was very impressed.  I learned things that improved my meditation greatly.  He was apprenticed with a Chinese master of a prestigious healing gi gong in China.  Very down to earth guy, with a hands on approach.   He tends to teach by seminar so for some going along the path its hitting a few seminars a year. 

 

Might be worth a look.

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On 2/14/2019 at 8:04 PM, escott said:

Can anyone recommend some programs, resources, or practices that can take a person from a qigong beginner to being someone who can heal others? I understand the process likely takes many years, but I can't meditate in a cave for 20 years. So, is there a realistic, practical way for a working family man to do it?

 

Hey man how is your journey going,. Did you find out what path to take?

We both have similar interest.

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1 hour ago, Equilibrium said:

 

Hey man how is your journey going,. Did you find out what path to take?

We both have similar interest.

 

At this time I have chosen Zhineng as my path. I have started with this course.

 

https://www.udemy.com/lift-qi-up-pour-qi-down/

 

This site has a complete outline of the practices in the "Methods" section. I use this to know what I need to do then look for videos or courses that teach these methods.

 

http://www.zhinengqigong.org/index.html

 

Dr. Pang, the creator of Zhineng, has helped thousands of people to heal. If you have the money you can learn from Mingtong Guys, he was a student of Dr. Pang. He has online classes with a healing path.

 

https://www.chicenter.com

 

Zhineng is also known as 'Wisdom Healing" or "Chilel" Qigong.

 

I read great things about Michael Lomax, but his courses just aren't accessible for me right now. Also, I like the idea of a system that is not do tied to just one master.

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19 hours ago, escott said:

 

At this time I have chosen Zhineng as my path. I have started with this course.

 

https://www.udemy.com/lift-qi-up-pour-qi-down/

 

This site has a complete outline of the practices in the "Methods" section. I use this to know what I need to do then look for videos or courses that teach these methods.

 

http://www.zhinengqigong.org/index.html

 

Dr. Pang, the creator of Zhineng, has helped thousands of people to heal. If you have the money you can learn from Mingtong Guys, he was a student of Dr. Pang. He has online classes with a healing path.

 

https://www.chicenter.com

 

Zhineng is also known as 'Wisdom Healing" or "Chilel" Qigong.

 

I read great things about Michael Lomax, but his courses just aren't accessible for me right now. Also, I like the idea of a system that is not do tied to just one master.

 

I heard of Mingtong Gu! He's doing sound healing, combining sound and qigong or something like that. 
Does anyone know how old is he? I can't tell if he's teen or 60 haha

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