jmrout

Suggestions to treat Qigong Deviation in Central Florida

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Hello, Dao Bums!
I would like to know if anyone can recommend a specialist or practitioner of Traditional Chinese medicine able to help with Qigong deviations, ideally someone in Central Florida or not far from it. The person in question is a Chinese female in her mid-50s with no previous history of mental illness. She learned qigong on her own without a teacher, and began forcefully and obsessively directing Qi into her head in an effort to develop psychic abilities. I believe she also mixed in Maya Fiennes' Kundalini Yoga videos. After many months or perhaps a year of this, she had the first of several psychotic episodes, and began hallucinating a voice. During these episodes, her body became very hot, rigid, and her skin very flushed, and she would make rapid jerking or shaking motions. Her behavior has been stable over a year, but she still hears the voice constantly, and says she feels 'bad Qi' moving around in the left side of her head.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Posted (edited)

You could contact Michael Lomax of Stillness-Movement Neigong. They can do some treatment also remotely and it might help her condition.

 

https://stillnessmovement.com/

https://www.stillnessmovement.org/

 

Unfortunately, I don't know how to deal with Qi deviations and experts on that topic are rare.

 

I wish good luck to you all on getting the patient recover back to normal health.

 

 

Edited by virtue

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Thank you for your response, virtue! Does Michael Lomax still post here on Daobums?

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Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, jmrout said:

Thank you for your response, virtue! Does Michael Lomax still post here on Daobums?

He may check in from time to time.  Perhaps try PrivateMessaging him.  His handle here is @Ya Mu 

 

<after looking it up

Looks like he hasn't posted since February :( >

 

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To jmrout, Welcome to this forum. My suggestion for your Chinese lady friend is to seek acupuncture treatment first to dispel excessive qi and remove any qi stagnation from the body. Then lay off any training for a period of time and during the period use acupuncture to regulate her qi-flow. After her qi has stabilized, then look for a good qigong master to further learn to regulate her qi-flow. 

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That seems like very sound advice, thank you. I'll forward it to her.

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