Qigong Masters & Building the Immune System

During this time of uncertainty amidst the corona virus, there has been a feeling of helplessness while we wait: wait to leave our houses, wait to develop a vaccine, wait to get the “all clear” signal so that we can resume our lives, our jobs, and the economy. It sometimes feels like there’s nothing we can do to help the situation.  I believe that one of the best ways to use this enforced quiet time and help ourselves is to build our imune systems so that we are better able to resist or lighten the effects of the virus. To that end, I have increased my usual daily qigong practice to include routines from a few of these wonderful Qigong Masters.

Mingtong Gu – I have been practicing Mingtong Gu’s routines daily for several years and have found his exercises and sound healing techniques to be very beneficial.  Recently, he released a new video specifically geared toward boosting the immune system and fending off Covid19. Incorporating all or part of his methods into your day could really strengthen your body and immune response. You can learn more about his and access his videos at www.chicenter.com.

Lee Holden – This Qigong Master has developed what he calls an “Immunity Emergency Kit.” If you go to his website, www.holdenqigong.com, you can download free classes designed to help you build your strength and resiliency. As we read on his website, “Even just a few minutes a day can quickly add up to noticeable changes in stress, mood, and energy levels.” You can find his latest video on my Facebook page, Merryn Jose.

Chunyi Lin – Master Lin is part way through a 30 day cycle of online healing videos also specifically designed to boost the immune system and combat the Covid19 virus.  You can learn more and access his videos at his website, www.springforestqigong.com. You can find Chunyi Lin’s latest video on my Facebook page, Merryn Jose.

Nan Lu – On his website, www.tcmworld.org, Grand Master Nan Lu shares his thoughts on how Coronavirus affects the body and why some people may be affected more than others. He has a wonderful video that features three simple exercise you can do to help your immune system.


Merlian News Podcasts with Master Mingtong Gu

| by Merlian News & Team

“Master Mingtong Gu is an internationally recognized teacher and healer in Wisdom Healing Qigong, who received his training from a variety of Grandmasters of China and Tibet and at the largest Qigong medicine-less hospital in China. As founder of The Chi Center, he helps lead a journey of health and happiness… Master Gu received Qigong Master of the Year Award from the 2011 World Congress on Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is the author of several publications including Wisdom Healing Qigong: Activate and Embody Wisdom and Energy for Health, Healing and Happiness and Sound Healing Technologies .” In this two part podcast, Merryn Jose talks with Master Mingtong Gu about: What is Qigong & Wisdom Healing Qigong, How Wisdom Healing Qigong can reverse aging and illness, The journey of Qigong and when someone begins, Who can be helped by Qigong, What age to begin, What conditions are helped, How learning Qigong from a Qigong Master is helpful, How soon a student can feel the benefit, Special Meditation in Part Two and much more!

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Delay or Reverse Aging with Qi Gong, Meditation, Yoga and More

There’s increased evidence showing that practices such as qi gong, meditation and yoga can not only prevent disease, but actually reverse it and delay aging as well. As scientists learn more about such topics as gene expression, what turns a gene on or off, and how to prevent telomeres, (the strands of protein in our cells that control aging) from unraveling, it becomes impossible to ignore just how much our good lifestyle choices can pay off.

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Increasing Strength with Tai Chi and Qigong

Have you been searching for a gentle, but effective form of exercise? You may want to consider Tai Chi or Qigong. Beyond increasing flexibility, research has shown that muscle, bone, and even memory strengthen with regular practice of either of these ancient Chinese practices. If you can’t picture yourself running or working out with weights, you can still get all of the benefits, and more, by incorporating these exercises into your routine. Older people in particular find tai chi and qigong easy to do and may appreciate the improvements to balance and enhanced”fall reduction.”

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