Chinese Qigong Master
Brings Blessings
By John Chen

 

 

While visiting Quanyin Temple at Sacred Mt. Puto early in 2002, Master Qinyin and her American students wondered, “Will Quanyin Buddha be willing to cross the Pacific Ocean to settle in California?” The answer pointed to Oceanside.

Master Qinyin, who received her complete Buddhist, Taoist and Tibet training in China, has a special affinity to Quanyin Buddha. A significant part of Qinyin’s new energy healing system — Qinway Qigong, came from her mentor, Abbess Huikong, at Mt. Puto, home to Quanyin Buddha.  Actually, the name “Qinyin” was given by Abbess Huikong, which literally means “use the sound of truth to nourish the hearts of all sentient beings.” Qigong is an ancient Chinese health science that works with energy through movements and meditation. After decades of intensive training and research, Master Qinyin streamlined traditional Qigong into a set of simplified and modernized exercises with powerful healing and energizing effects — Qinway Qigong.

Qinway Qigong emphasizes the opening of energy channels between the human being and the universe (“union of humanity and nature”), which allows students to experience universal energy in hours, instead of months or years, in traditional Qigong. Another specialty of Qinway is cleansing and detoxification. Fundamental causes of most diseases are various toxins in the body, due to bad diet or lifestyle.

Master Qinyin has found that simultaneous energy infusion and detoxification is the most efficient way to clear the body and renew cells. There are six major ways of detoxification in Qinway Qigong, which are spiritual, physical, informational, bigu, gasifying and supernatural. Qinway Qigong also encompasses the ancient Daoist rejuvenation technique of bigu, which is a special no-grain reduced diet to enhance profound cleansing.

Master Qinyin came to the U.S. with extraordinary abilities in 1997, and created many health miracles in the San Francisco bay area before moving her Qinway Qigong Institute to Oceanside, CA in August 2002. Her work has been featured extensively in the American media, including the prestigious Qi Journal, The Empty Vessel Magazine and The Kungfu Magazine. Master Qinyin offers a variety of Qigong classes and retreats at Qinway Qigong Institute. From time to time, there may be a “Free Group Healing,” where one can experience universal energy firsthand. If you want to learn a simple set of Qigong workouts for daily practice, you are welcome to her four-hour “Energy Recharge Workshop”. People who wish to get more involved may consider her 24-hour “Fundamental Healing Retreat” with a 9-day follow-up period.

If you need extended support, you may choose to practice with Master Qinyin for an entire month at the “Residential Rejuvenation Retreat.” “Special Abilities and Applications” (I), (II) will teach and activate your special abilities diagnosis and healing techniques, such as palm, third eye and much more, and how to protect yourself as a healer.

Consider coming to Master Qinyin’s “Individual Health Consultation,” where she will see your aura, scan your organs and check your past-life spiritual signals. For specific diseases, she uses advanced hands-off techniques connecting with universal energy to remove toxins and blockages. Master Qinyin is available to come to your home for feng shui consultation, where she sees the Yin-Yang balance or imbalance and universal energy properties of your house.

Her vision is to build a school to share her healing and health techniques, and a temple to offer spiritual teachings. Ultimately, awakening and uplifting the spirit is more important and fundamental than simply healing the body. When the body is heavy and full of toxins, spiritual ascension is difficult. Natural healing through universal energy becomes a “convenient method” and once people experience universal energy, they start thinking more about the universe, humanity and enlightenment.

For more info about Master Qinyin and her Qinway Qigong Institute, please call (760)757-0007,
e-mail 930@qinway.org  or visit www.qinway.org .  


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