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  • Paperback: 418 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse (March 24, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 059521939X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0595219391
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,588,052 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Master Yap Soon-Yeong is a renowned Qigong healer and founder of Chaoyi Fanhuan Qigong (CFQ). His remarkable, authenticated healing record places him as a rare, meridian energy and meditation healing master and teacher. Chok C. Hiew, Ph.D. (University of Colorado), is a health and trauma psychology professor in Canada. A recent book is Tao of Healing: The Incredible Golden Light.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Universal Traveler "Al" on September 20, 2002
For a number of years I have been interested in a number of different energy healing systems. The majority being the Taoist internal energy arts. While there are literally thousands of different chi kung systems that have made their way from China,most have a similar goal for the practitioner. The goal is to open the acupuncture meridians and circulate chi that has been absorbed and cultivated through the meridians thereby opening any blockages that were existing in the physical and energetic systems creating well being,healing and spiriual balance. What separates this book from the pack is it's approach to healing. Instead of circulating chi,a letting go process is done with movements that release trapped and stale chi from the energy bodies.The letting go further enhances the process. Movement with no effort. The book is chock full of healing stories and helps you get into the proper mind set to practice the movements and meditation. On a personal note,I had been suffering from Tinnitus(ringing in the ears)for a number of months now. After just 10 days of doing cfq movements,the condition has reduced to virtually nothing.To paraphrase a quote from the book:"To be well is a basic birthright. To lay claim to health and wellness,simply move in to unload the energy burden." Buy this book! Your well being, physical, emotional and spiritual are waiting!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 17, 2004
This book is one of the most important books ever published on healing. It is also one of the most important books ever published on Qigong, and would probably be one of the most popular if it didn't have such an obscure title.
The book is valuable for two reasons:
(1) It provides a simple but compelling model of the cause of disease
(2) It provides easily learned and extremely efficient ways of healing body, mind and soul ("out-of-this-world" methods of healing) through a letting-go process.
The author, Master Yap, describes the cause of disease as tension in the body and mind. Karma is an accumulation of tension that results in ignorance, suffering, and ego consciousness. Karma is described in the book as "an energy mass, black cloud-like and irregular-shaped, that emanates from within and, for an average adult, protrudes out beyond the boundary of the physical body to a distance of about three feet. This seemingly homogeneous and shifting dark surface, when opened out, is comprised of millions of distinct shapes, lines, folds, and colored lights. However, the opening-out process is complex and usually occurs only with a systematic technique of letting-go like that taught in CFQ. In other words, the nature of this energy force becomes obvious only if "unwound," "moved out," and "released." Otherwise, the normal survival and adaptation functioning of the human organism continues to thicken and compact this energy mass. The lines and folds are the product of tension in the physical body...." The sole cause of ignorance and disease is this karmic mass of energy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mitsi Ito on May 17, 2009
This book, which explains the principles of CFQ qi gong, is a necessary resource for anyone practicing CFQ qi gong. In addition to providing a historical background of Sifu Yap's development of the practice, it also clearly explains the postures and other relevant information.

I have been lucky enough to learn about and practice CFQ qi gong under Sifu Yap during his annual visits to Barcelona. Practicing CFQ (almost) daily, I have released many emotional blockages, opening myself up to more fulfilling relationships (and decreasing my tendency towards bossiness, stress, negativity and fear); eliminated the aches and pains associated with damp, humidity and incipient arthritis and improved my general physical, emotional and spiritual well-being, allowing me to become a more relaxed, happier, and more centered individual capable of living in the present moment.

The CFQ method is incredibly easy to learn, and even easier to practice (with self discipline). The movements are to be done " softer than soft," with no exertion, making them accessible to most. Practicing CFQ a minimum of 15 minutes a day will achieve results, although further results can be achieved when devoting more time to the postures and meditation. Practitioners can choose to delve into the more spiritual foundations of CFQ or simply follow the exercises. Either path provides noticeable results.

I highly recommend any of his books for people interested in releasing energy blockages and finding energetic balance (mental, emotional, spiritual and physical).
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This is the most unusual book I've read about qigong (and I've read lots of them) and yet the only book about a qigong form that embodies the true principles of buddhism.

All the qigong forms I know about use visualizations, gathering, storing and circulating the qi , which means they use "craving" for results.

This book speaks about relaxing and letting go. It also speaks a lot about karma and how to dissolve the karma.

Ladies and gentlemen, do read this book and do practice the movements.

These movements, when practiced in a relaxed and effortless manner, induce a strong calm and a meditative state of mind.

Do read and enjoy!

P.S. There is also a kindle version of this book on amazon.com which is much cheaper.
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