|"Since the students of Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui's version of external medical chi kung do not have to learn thousands of acupuncture points but, rather, only a few major and semi-major acupuncture points, they can learn and apply his system faster and easier."|
|In ancient Chinese Medical Science, there are five levels of healing skills. The first and simplest of these healing levels is "tuina," or acupressure, in which the healer uses his hands to massage the body. At the second level, the healer uses herbs, minerals and sometimes animal products to heal. At the third level, which is more sophisticated and complex than the previous two levels, the healer employs acupuncture and moxibustion, which is placing a burning stick of moxa herbs in close proximity to the body. At the fourth level, the healer begins to actively manipulate the healing energy or "chi," of the patient by using acupuncture with the projection of chi through the needles into the meridians and internal organs. The fifth level, which requires the highest healing skill and the most extensive training, is the projection of chi energy without the use of needles or physical contact. The chi energy can be projected from close range or at a great distance -- even from one continent to another. In ancient China and India, the technique of projecting chi in the manner of a fifth level healer has been a closely guarded secret down through the ages, with the most hidden aspect being the ability to project chi without the healer getting drained of his own energy.|
This projection of chi energy without physical contact is called "medical chi kung," and it is divided into two schools, the "internal school" and the "external school." The internal medical chi kung school is by far the more well-known and more popular school. However, internal medical chi kung is also quite difficult to master, for it requires that the healer practice for many years in order to develop sufficient internal chi so that the healer can project his surplus into another person for healing. The use of one's own chi energy for healing also has another drawback: It is quite exhausting, which is why Chinese medical doctors who use this technique typically heal only two to three patients per day.
The external medical chi kung school is less popular and much less known to the public. Practitioners of this school learn to draw in chi energy from the air and the earth, and then direct it to the patient for healing. The external medical chi kung school is superior to the internal school, primarily because it does not drain the healer. In fact, a good external medical chi kung master can heal as many as 20-30 patients per day. It is also easier to learn and apply.
Developing Strong Internal Chi
The internal medical chi kung school and the external medical chi kung school are actually very much related, for in order to become a good healer using external chi, one must have a certain amount of internal power. The greater one's internal chi power, the greater one's capacity to absorb chi from outside the body and then use it to heal another. There are numerous ways that can be used to increase one's internal chi. Yogic physical exercises and breathing exercises, particularly ARHATIC YOGA physical and breathing exercises, are very helpful in developing internal chi. But internal chi is developed most effectively through meditation, primarily those meditations that open and activate the crown chakra or bai hui. When the crown chakra is open, it permits great quantities of tian chi, or spiritual energy, to enter the body, which helps develop strong internal chi. The quickest and safest way to open the crown chakra is through regular practice of Meditation on Three Hearts.
Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui's External Medical Chi Kung and Pranic Healing
The external medical chi kung as taught by Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui is revolutionary in its simplicity and effectiveness. It uses acupuncture points, but not those from customarily known acupuncture. Rather, it uses 11 major acupuncture points called "zhu xue lun," as well as semi-major acupuncture points called "xiao xue lun." Since the students of Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui's version of external medical chi kung do not have to learn thousands of acupuncture points but, rather, only a few major and semi-major acupuncture points, they can learn and apply his system faster and easier.
Four Levels of PRANIC HEALING
PRANIC HEALING is divided into different levels. In Level 1, the students learn the basics of the PRANIC HEALING system:
Other lessons include self-healing, divine healing, and distant healing, especially how to project prana or chi at a great distance. See What is Distance Healing and Its Healing Benefits?
The next three levels of PRANIC HEALING build on this base students learn in Level 1.
In Level 2, Advanced Pranic Healing, students are taught how to use more powerful color pranas to cleanse and energize the patient.
In Level 3, Pranic Psychotherapy, students are taught how to use color pranas on psychological ailments. Treating psychological ailments require more time and effort, and greater skill.
In Level 4, Pranic Crystal Healing, students are taught how to use crystals to more powerfully focus prana to the patient.
Other advanced meditation techniques for healing and spiritual development learned and practiced regularly by advanced pranic healers are:
EDITOR's NOTE: Ricardo B. Serrano's Qigong healing Method includes all the 4 levels of Pranic healing as taught by his great Filipino Chinese teacher Master Choa Kok Sui since 1994. As a pranic crystal healer, he also practices regularly all the above Meditation Techniques that are invaluable for safe and rapid spiritual development as a Qigong master healer. See Qigonghealer.com
Pranic healing, another name for Qi-healing or external medical qigong, and its meditation techniques are invaluable clinical adjuncts to the other internal medical Qigong forms in the Qigong healing method such as Pan Gu Shengong, Wuji Qigong, and Sheng Zhen Qigong which altogether are utilized for healing self and others effectively, for safe and rapid spiritual development - that permit great quantities of tian qi, or spiritual divine energy, to enter the body, which help develop strong internal qi - of an energy healer or practitioner, and for returning to oneness with the I AM (higher Soul) and the universe.
Master Choa Kok Sui's revolutionary advanced meditation techniques provide the necessary tools for understanding the art and science of "yoga" - union with the higher soul for healing and divine illumination - through direct yoga experience. His meditation techniques demystify for a spiritual seeker the unknown divine mysteries of eastern and western esoteric teachings - Buddha nature, spiritual fetus, chakras and Kabbala (tree of life), Lord's prayer, blue pearl in the golden lotus, trinity, incarnated soul, higher soul, void (nothingness), sexual alchemy, kundalini yoga - and also complement substantially other powerful ancient Qigong techniques such as Pan Gu Shengong, Wuji Qigong, and Sheng Zhen Qigong that replenish the "tian qi" or spiritual divine energy which the body needs to develop strong internal qi through the opening and activation of the 5 energy gateways - baihui (crown of the head), laogong (palms of the hands), and yongquan (soles of the feet).
OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA
According to Tibetan Buddhism's beliefs, this mantra can not only eliminate diseases, troubles, disasters and karma, but will also bring believers blessings, longer life and even the wisdom to transcend one's circle of reincarnation. See Green Tara
Green Tara Mantra (108 Repetitions = 1 Mala)
Me, Master Choa Kok Sui & Master Nona Castro
Updated February 19, 2007 by