Lessons from the Medicine-Less Hospital

Words of Wisdom

Lessons from the Medicine-Less Hospital

Introduction to Master Yuantong Liu

Master Liu has been sharing Zhineng Qigong theories, principles and methods for over 37 years. Trained directly by Dr Pang Ming during the rigorous teachers’ programme in the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Centre. Recognized globally as the first “Medicine-less hospital” in the world.

He continued to work closely with Dr Pang Ming for 10 years and has supported the healing
of thousands of people, including mental, chronic and terminal illnesses. Today he teaches
the theories, principles and methods of Zhineng Qigong healing in his own Zhineng Qigong Centre in China, as well as in Europe, the USA, Mexico, South Africa, Indonesia and Malaysia. His commitment to travelling all over the world is based on his vision to share the wisdom, power and benefits of Zhineng Qigong Hunyuan Qi Therapy, as taught and practised at the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Centre (hereinafter “the medicine-less hospital”) with as many people as possible.

Introduction to Grandmaster Prof Dr Pang Ming

Dr Pang Ming developed Zhineng Qigong in the late 1970s. A doctor trained in Eastern and Western medicine,and a Qigong and Tai Chi Grandmaster. I nspired to create a Qigong method that was not only very effective but could be easily learn’t easily. His intention was, in particular, to support people whose aim was to develop and uplift their own health and well-being.

Dr Pang himself started to practice Tai Chi and Qigong at the age of six. 19 Grandmasters trained him and devoted several years in solitude in order to complete his own deep understanding of Qigong, ultimately creating the diverse principles, methods and profound theories of Zhineng Qigong.

Dr Pang was one of the first to combine old Chinese tradition with the modern science of Western medicine. In fact, since the late 1070s to date, he has been a pioneer in creating the new Qigong Science. He is the founder and president of different scientific institutions, which focused on the research, impact and effects of Qigong. In 1979 he founded the Beijing Qigong Association and initiated the first national convention on Qigong.

He was the first Qigong Master who broke with tradition and began sharing the power of Qigong with a broader group of people. Zhineng Qigong is referred to as an “open Qigong form”. At the beginning of the 20th century, Zhineng Qigong was officially recognized as the most effective Qigong form and the already had over 10 million people were practising Zhineng Qigong.