Brief Introduction to Chinese Universal Qigong

Author: Huang Chenzhang
Affiliation: Chinese Universal Qigong, Hangzhou, China
Conference/Journal: 4th World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1998
Other: Pages: 231-232 , Word Count: 278


The purpose of Chinese Universal Qigong is to inherit and develop
Chinese Qigong, regardless of country, area, race, religious belief, to serve the people wholeheartedly and bring benefit to mankind.

Chinese Universal Qigong is established by Huang Chengzhang, a member of the Research Committee of Chinese Sports Qigong.

Universal Qigong possesses the following characteristics:

Itís simple and easy to learn.

The theory is deep and adaptable widely. It is fused with Buddhism, Taoism, military science, Confucianism and medical science, and it possesses universal high-energy information.

Except critical patients, anybody can learn it, and even reverse at ease or repeat or add to it or reduce at will. It breaks the trammel of traditional Qigong. A person can get Qi no matter what he is doing or where he is.

Mr Huang teaches Qigong at 6 to 6:30 p.m. (Beijing time) every morning.

The effect is miraculous, and it is impossible to deviate.

During exercise breathe naturally with mind focusing. As long as you keep practicing it, universal high-energy information will be with you
forever, and you will quickly get the miraculous effect of preventing,
curing diseases, recovering, developing the potentiality, building body and delaying aging.

During these years, Chinese Universal Qigong has run training courses and given lectures in Hangzhou, Jinhua, Hengzhou, Beijing, Xi'an, Nanning, Guiling and Hefei successively. Hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts of Qigong from different areas and countries have been trained, and many of them have developed their potentiality.

Besides, tens of thousands of difficult and complicated cases have been cured, and the rate of recovery is 90%. It has been reported by the International Qigong, 'Qigong and Science', Zhejiang TV station, Jinhua TV Station, etc.

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