In the past, Qigong was taught in secret and usually required years of study. Master Lin studied year after year under the guidance of some of China's most revered masters in the most remote regions of the country.
Through his years of study and practice, Master Lin discovered a startling and profound truth: "The most powerful is also the simplest." He realized that the most powerful aspects of Qigong could be contained within a few precise movements and meditations.
Inspired by his great love for mankind, Master Lin did what no master at his level had ever done. He stripped away the mystique, confusion, and drama surrounding Qigong.
He distilled the practice down to a program that uses
a simple combination of breathing, focused concentration,
mental exercise, and gentle movements.
Best-selling author Deepak Chopra, M.D.,
endorses Spring Forest Qigong
"Like Yoga, Qigong teaches you to balance energy in your body," said Dr. Chopra. "Master Chunyi Lin
has developed an easy-to-follow program that will allow you to incorporate the health benefits of Qigong into your daily life."
Spring Forest Qigong is so easy it can be done standing up, sitting down, or even lying down. You can even do it while you sleep. (I'm not kidding!)
In fact, you'll likely start having more restful sleep. Best of all, it doesn't wear you out like strenuous exercises. In fact, Spring Forest Qigong provides a sense of alert calmness and instant energy.
Like most people I know, you probably lead a very busy life. So you'll appreciate the extra energy you'll get from Qigong. You can begin by practicing just five minutes a day. Thirty minutes a day is better, and you'll probably want to increase your practice as you experience the benefits.
People who practice Spring Forest Qigong often report actually needing less sleep overall. Just think, you could have even more time to spend with your family and friends, pursue your career, enjoy your favorite interests—or practice more Qigong!
For years we've found this healing practice so helpful and effective we've invited our co-workers at Learning Strategies to sessions in the office every single weekday at 11:30 a.m.
Here's how Spring Forest Qigong helped some of my co-workers:
- Paul Scheele, our company cofounder, discovered that practicing the simple movements helped keep his blood sugar and energy levels balanced throughout the day.
- Bill Erickson felt his nagging backache vanish in 10 SECONDS.
- Kristi Wraspir's digestive issues healed, and she no longer experiences chronic anxiety.
- Dana Hanson's knee pain was completely gone in SECONDS.
- Lynn Daniels was amazed when her horrible headache, body aches, and stomach cramps disappeared within 5-10 minutes.
- Lynette Ayres got rid of the painful arthritis in her feet.
But we're not alone.
Esther Trejo of St. Paul suffered from a rare lung disease. She was on oxygen 24 hours a day. After more than six years, doctors in St. Paul and at the Mayo Clinic said her only hope was a lung transplant.
Instead, she learned Master Lin's simple healing process and avoided surgery. Within eight weeks she was off oxygen completely and has been free of medication for over ten years. And she's not just healthier, she's happier too. "I am no longer a crabby S.O.B.!" she laughed.
Corinne Vahle of Minneapolis said she felt hungry all the time until she started practicing Qigong. "I weighed up to 210 pounds at 5'7". I began losing weight as a result of practicing Qigong. I now weigh 152 pounds, dropping from a size 18/20 jeans down to size 12!"
Until she began practicing Spring Forest Qigong, Corinne felt physically hungry all of the time. "I felt a hole in my stomach that would never fill up. The energy fills me up. I feel more balanced and healthy, and I see more clearly my responsibility for my own happiness."
Of course, Qigong should not be considered a replacement for any medical treatment, but it can be used as a complementary practice for your health and being.
Here's what doctors have said...
"I would place Qigong equal in importance to the incredible discoveries in the forties called antibiotics and in the fifties called immunizations."
– Bill Manahan, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Family Practice and Community
Health, University of Minnesota Medical School
"Mr. Lin's practice of traditional Chinese medicine, known as Qigong, is exemplary. His respect and straight-forwardness with patients uphold the highest medical ethics. His outcomes treating respiratory disease and cancer I have observed to be quite remarkable."
– Bart Main, M.D.
Chief of Psychiatry, Human Services,
Washington County, Minnesota
"As both the president of the International Institute of Chinese Medicine and as a Qigong Master myself, I am well-versed in the area of Chinese Medicine, and more specifically, with the Qigong community. It is without reservation that I say that Master Lin is at the top of his field among Qigong Masters in the U.S."
– Michael Zeng, M.D.
President of the Institute of Chinese Medicine, Santa Fe,
New Mexico, and a Commissioner of the National
Certification for Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine