Dr Pang Ming

Founder of Zhineng Qigong –Associate Professor Dr Pang Ming

Pang Ming alias Pang Heming, was born in September 1940. He was the Chairman of Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Training Centre, Committee Member of the China Qigong Science Research Centre, Chairman of the Board of Advisor, Beijing Qigong Research Society.

Dr Pang was influenced by the practice of traditional Chinese medicine (particularly acupuncture), qigong and martial arts since very young. He graduated fromBeijingMedicalCollegein 1958 and practised Western medicine after that. From 1958 to 1962 Dr Pang studied Chinese medicine at the Beijing Chinese Medicine Association. Subsequently he practised Chinese medicine. While studying Chinese medicine he started his research into qigong. At the beginning, he studied Buddhism and practised Buddhist-qigong. From 1964 onwards he increased his training in martial arts. From 1970 onwards he followed the teachings of various grand masters of Daoist and civilian qigong and researched into the various Daoist texts on qigong. His knowledge in both Chinese and Western medicine provided a very strong foundation for his research work. On the other hand his knowledge in qigong also greatly improved his medical practice. In 1979 Dr Pang  founded the first qigong organisation for the mass public – Beijing Qigong Research Society.

Dr Pang started to research into traditional qigong since early 1970’s and created Zhineng Qigong in 1982. He had since been to many parts ofChinato give lectures on qigong. He was widely accepted and highly respected by qigong practitioners. In 1987 he became the Deputy Director of the Eastern-Sports Faculty,NandingDayUniversityand gave lecture on Zhineng Qigong. Dr Pang set upHebeiShijiazhuangZhinengQigongCollegein 1989. In November 1991 he moved the centre toQinhuangdaoand changed its name to Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Training Centre. Between 1992 and 1995 he set up Hebei Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Research Centre and Hebei Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Recovery Centre (which was probably the largest medicineless hospital in the world in history). Over the years the centre has treated more than 300,000 patients with 180 different illnesses, and achieved an overall effective rate of 95 percent. The use of qi had also been scientifically proven and documented to be effective in treating patients, to improve the yield of various agricultural and poultry products, to improve the quality of industrial production at virtually no additional cost at all. More than 3,000 theses on the research had been published inChina.

On May 1997 Zhineng Qigong is awarded the certificate of approval from the National Sports Department’s Qigong Exercise Evaluation Committee. Zhineng Qigong was the first to get the approval amongst the first batch of qigong evaluated by the authority.

Dr Pang, who is fondly addressed by his students as Pang Laoshi (Teacher Pang) has written many books on qigong. He has not only created Zhineng Qigong which is easy to learn and highly effective but has also written the Hunyuan Holistic Theory and created the use of qi field to teach qigong, to heal patients and to conduct research in an efficient manner.

Dr Pang Ming (1998)

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112 Responses to Dr Pang Ming

  1. I read on Shaolin.org (Wong Kiew Kit’s site) that Teacher Pang He Ming founded Soaring Crane Qigong but then Zhao Jiangxin took it from him and called it his own. I learned Soaring Crane from Chen Huixian and am researching the history of it. Do you have anything you can share about this?

    • Kean Hin says:

      Although this is an open secret but it is also a sensitive issue… do you read Chinese? if you do I can refer you to some articles.

    • Yes, the story is true. Dr Pang was working on Soaring Crane and intendiing it to be a Medical Qigong that could be taught to mIllions. But he decided to refine it and simplify it and he went on to develop Lift Chi Up & Pour Chi Down instead. Some of his students that were helping with his research on the health benefits of Soaring Crane contiued with Soaring Crane feeling for themselves that it ws a complete system.

  2. I can read and translate a little Chinese, please do share what you can in any language. My direct e-mail is kevin@ancientway.com.

  3. colleen says:

    where can I find his center/hospital for a friend who is ill?

  4. traikanossi says:

    This is truly inspiring. It is a shame politics must get in the way of good works. I truly wish I could visit a center in China, but I have not money for travel.

  5. alx says:

    cool guy dr.ming peng.he helped me feel the chi for the first time with a video on youtube.qi is electromagnetic. it is a life experience.you have to try it. now i got deeper in the qigong practice. great stuff,allso selective-lazy people give up fast.

    • Noa Assmann says:

      yes, you are right. I used Zhineng Qi gong now more than 6 months, to get rid of my EHS, electrohypersensitivity, and I am getting better and better, feeling so good in my body. and me too, I experienced this “Chi experience” you are talking about. really strange… and “wow!!! never knew, what is chi, before I felt it”.

  6. Orit says:

    where is Dr.pang ming today (2014), and is he still teaching and healing people? can we reach him?

    • Kean Hin says:

      Dr Pang is in retirement. We do not know how to reach him.

      • Savita says:

        Kean,

        Do you know of an institute in Beijing Practicing his work?

        please advise!

        Thanks.

        Seeker

      • Kean Hin says:

        No private qigong institution is allowed to operate in China now. Many of the Zhineng Qigong teachers have re-branded the practice to taiji, spine exercise, health promoting exercise etc. There are many around China. I do not any in Beijing but there is one close to Beijing (Qinhuangdao)
        http://www.zgjjys.com/
        Er… website in Chinese..

    • Dr. Locht says:

      It is very difficult, if not impossible, to contact Dr. Pang Ming. One sure way to learn unadulterated ZhiNeng QiGong is to be found, surprisingly, in Mexico City. Visit this site: http://www.fuerzaintegral.com and enter the english version of the site. This is the biggest ZhiNeng QiGong endeavor outside of China, founded by a man who got his formal training by Pang Mings masters on all three available levels of ZNQG practice. He was trained to teach and has done so since he was healed in the year 2000. He has since trained over 10500 students world wide. I would highly recommend this to anyone seriously interested or ill. Don’t have to go all the way to China, but it’s still abroad.
      Hope this helps.

      • Kean Hin says:

        With due respect to the teacher running the center at Mexico, I think we have to be fair to other teachers. How sure are we that others might be adulterated? And the statement on the website “one of the few persons allowed to teach up to the third level of ZhiNeng QiGong” is a bit misleading… Dr Pang never laid down any rules for anyone to teach any levels…

      • Maricela-Odett says:

        With all respect there are few persons in the USA, and in Mexico who are teaching ZhiNeng. Just log into ZHINENG QIQONG & you’ll find them. I just took it with The Best of Me. USA. In California. Several cities in Mexico have it also. Even in Cancun. Just log into VidaZhineng QiQong.

    • Doc Locht says:

      Dear Kean Hin,
      I thank you for your comment and completely agree with you. I have no idea if the claim of “one of the few persons allowed to teach up to the third level of ZhiNeng QiGong” could be true or not, but it might not be fair to other teachers. Mexicos teacher , Ling Yang Laoshi, is nevertheless a very talented teacher. He sticks strictly to Pang Laoshis teachings and advises his pulpils to do the same. That is what I meant by “unadulterated”. In his mind, Dr. Pang is a genius and a prodigy and he finds it ill advised to tamper with his work, lest one know more than Pang Ming himself. It might be a somewhat rigid or idealistic framework but it could also allow for a more “pure” qi field and very good practice. I have known of those whose instruction included several modifications to Pangs methods, which only resulted in the detriment of its reach and healing power. This saddens me. But overall I have nothing but the highest of respects for all teachers of this noble and beautiful science.

  7. Ociron says:

    it is possible to obtain an online course, I live in Brazil?

  8. Francesca says:

    Hello, excuse me if I disturb you… since the chinese center is closed, do you know any center in USA to recommend me, please? My half-brother is ill and he wants to go to a good therapist, please.
    Thank you so much!

  9. Wayne Gunnell says:

    Does Dr Pang still run any clinics? if he does, where are they held, also would you have a contact for him.

  10. David Yap says:

    Is there a centre in Malaysia where I can seek treatment for my terminal illness?
    Thanks in advance.

  11. Tommy Galloway says:

    FYI – there is plenty of Zhineng Qigong training available in Beijing! I just practiced with our group today, as a matter of fact. Level I, II, and III all available, however, from what I have been told, Dr. Pang is, indeed, not in the public eye anymore. However, great instruction from his first generation students is readily available. Come visit us! Hun Yuan Ling Tong!!!!

    • Irma Aviña Ulloa says:

      I would like to get in contact with you and see the possibility of studying and practicing Qigong Zhineng. thank you

      • Aloha my name is Lew Whitney. Along with my wife KarinCooke RN, we started the Kokolulu Farm and Retreats Center on the Island of Hawaii – we are wellness center based on Zhineng QiGong. We have been to China many times over the last 20 years and studied with many teachers/healers who studied and worked under Dr. Pang Ming at the medicine-less hospital in china. For the last 3 years we have been bringing these teachers/masters to our center. Peng Zou Ping (aka David Peng) was here for 5 months in 2014. We now have Zou Ping here until the middle of July. Along with Liu Jianshe, Zou Ping and three others from Dr. Pang Ming’s hospital they started the Hexianju QiGong Centre on Hainan Island China in 2003. We have been close friends since 2006.
        Zou Ping is an incredible teacher/healer who lives life as qigong – no ego a a big hearted man. If we can be of help to you or your family of friends please contact us lew@kokolulu.com or 808-889-9893 please visit our web site http://www.kokolulu.org

        HunYuangLingTond

    • Yesim says:

      hi i am really happy to hear this. But which place are u practising in.Beijing? how can i contact with u? I am also in China, Wuhan.
      Thank u!

  12. Lina says:

    Hello kind people of the internets, please advise if there are any zhineng qigong centres in Shanghai? I read Chinese, so any information would be appreciated in either language. Have been diagnosed with ‘terrible’ things by the western doctors, want to have a second opinion.

  13. Aloha Kean:

    If you have difficulty reaching Master Peng please let us know. I communicate with him on a regular basis, as he was here as a part of our team at Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats in Hawaii for 5 months.
    If we can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate in contacting us. Mahalo (Thank You)!

    Our e-mail address is lew@kokolulu.com and our web site is http://www.kokolulu.org

    HunYuangLingTong

    Aloha and Peace

    Lulu, Koko, and Master Zou Ping

  14. Hello! My friend has uterine cancer . She lives in Russia. Please be advised to turn to for treatment. Thank you very much!

  15. Aloha Irina:

    We run a Cancer Retreat Centre in Hawaii called Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats. We use Zhineng QiGong in our retreat program and have had great success with many different cancers over the last 12 years (with chronically ill people coming to Hawaii from all over the world) . We bring QiGong Masters (who worked and trained with Dr. Pang Ming at the Hebei Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Research Centre and Hebei Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Recovery Centre (which was probably the largest medicineless hospital in the world in history) here at Kokolulu for 4-5 month periods. Feel free to contact us directly through our web site if we can be of assistance to you and your friend:
    http://www.kokolulu.org

    HunYuangLingTong

    Aloha and Peace

    Lew, Karin, and Master Zou Ping

  16. Kean Hin says:

    We have a center that runs therapy/recovery courses in Penang. If she is interested, please ask her to write to us directly at: okhpen@gmail.com or sewps88@gmail.com
    See here for more info: http://serenitythc.blogspot.com/

  17. Anna says:

    Hi! Is there a center that does Zhineng Qigong in Europe? Or if you know of any Dr.Pang’s students that practice this kind of healing in this area? My sister is very sick and traveling is very hard for her though still a possibility if there is no other options.
    Thank you!

  18. Pero Perić says:

    Hi!
    Is there a center that uses Zhineng Qigong in Europe? Or maybe one of Dr.Pang’s students that practices this kind of healing somewhere in this area? My sister has cancer and it’s very hard, almost impossible for her to travel far, though of course, it is still an option if there are no other possibilities, but still, I hope you know of a good practicioner in Europe.. It would mean the world to us. Also, thank you for all the information you provided on the web site, it is very helpful. Thanks!

  19. Pero Perić says:

    Thank you so much for replying so quickly! We are in Croatia, but anywhere in Europe is just fine, it’s all a short flight away. So, who do you recommend?

  20. Aloha Anna:

    We have been following your posting about your sister who was diagnosed with cancer. We founded and operate Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats in Hawaii http://www.kokolulu.org. We have been using Zhineng QiGong successfully for over 10 years.

    We have a very dear friend Britta Stalling who has a center in both Germany and South Africa. We have know her for many years and highly recommend her. Her e-mail is info@bodyandmindfactory.com or you are welcome to e-mail me lew@kokolulu.com and I’m happy to connect you together with her.

    If we can be of help please do not hesitate in contacting us.

    HunYuanLingTong

    Blessings to your sister, yourself and your family.

    Aloha and Peace

    Lew Whitney
    Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats
    Hawi, Hawaii

  21. Irena says:

    Hello dear people, My brother has been diagnosed with Gall Bladder cancer and I am looking urgently for an alternative way to heal him. Is there a center in Europe? I am based in Switzerland. Thank you so much!

  22. Irena Mihova says:

    Hello dear people, My brother has been diagnosed with Gall Bladder cancer and I am looking urgently for an alternative ways to heal him. Is there a center in Europe? I am based in Switzerland. Thank you so much!

    • Kean Hin says:

      Dear Irena, We have a centre in Penang, Malaysia. We also provide distance consultation through video Skype. But I am not sure whether there is any centre in Europe that run recovery classes.
      You may write to Irma in Netherlands to inquire, she provides outpatient consultation.

      Irma’s website
      http://www.bambootiger.nl/index.php?&MMN_position=1:1

      All the best!

      • Irena Mihova says:

        Thank you for the prompt response, Kean! I will certainly try with Irma.

      • Lew Whitney says:

        Aloha Irena:

        We have a residential cancer retreat centre in Hawaii – Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats where we successfully use Dr. Pang Ming’s Zhineng Qigong and Food As Medicine with cancer and other chronic illnesses. Our web site: http://www.kokolulu.org

        Or feel free to contact our friend Britta Stalling in Germany and South Africa. Email:

        Info@bodyandmindfactory.com

        We wish you and your brother all the best.

        HunYuanLingTong

        Aloha and Peace

        Lew and Karin

        Typos compliments of my IPhone!

        Lew Whitney Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats in Hawaii P.O. Box 340 Hawi, Hawaii 96719 808 – 889-9893 http://www.kokolulu.org

        Please note the time difference when calling us. We are 6 hours earlier than the east coast and 3 hours earlier than the west coast of the mainland USA.

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  23. Lorenzo says:

    Dear all, Kean and all of you living in Europe,
    I’m about to contact the two people Kean has mentioned just above:
    Irma (Netherlands) email: irmavantuil@gmail.com
    Bruno Brys (Germany) email: brunomariabrys@yahoo.com
    Did any of you got answers from them and have some precious pieces of information to share?
    As you can imagine a person that i know since many years got a cancer and, of course, chemiotherapy did not work as expected… Now I told her to eat daily raw leaves of a plant that can help against cancer but i don’t know for how long she can resist and be strong with herself.
    I would really like to give her one last bigger hope to hold on, so any of your feedback is highly welcome. Thanks anyways!
    Lorenzo (Italy)

  24. Lorenzo says:

    Dear all, in particular Kean and all of you living in Europe,
    I’m about to contact the two people Kean has mentioned just above:
    Irma (Netherlands) email: irmavantuil@gmail.com
    Bruno Brys (Germany) email: brunomariabrys@yahoo.com
    Did any of you got answers from them and have some precious pieces of information to share?
    As you can imagine a person that i know since many years got a cancer and, of course, chemiotherapy did not work as expected… A while ago I told her to eat daily raw leaves of a plant that can help against cancer but i don’t know for how long she can resist and be strong with herself.
    I would really like to give her one last bigger hope to hold on, so any of your feedback is highly welcome. Thanks anyways!
    Lorenzo (Italy)

  25. Lorenzo says:

    Hi Kean,
    thanks for your super prompt response (and sorry for my double unnecessary post)!
    I will surely contact them then and see what can be done.
    Best,
    Lorenzo

  26. eloisa says:

    It is strange that hear nobody mentions where the powerfull white energy of Dr. Pang comes from. NO MONEY SHOULD BE INVOLVED IN HEALING! Today I was full of joy when I learned that until 2001 there was probably almost a perfect hospital,, working with the energy and without money and I was going to contact it inmediately and go from Spain to there, to be healed and to be of use joining those hundreds of people that without money were practicing the medecine that since I was impossing my hands trying to heal many years ago, I new it was the real one. In that time I had to stop because I realize this medecine cannot mix with money. Now I cannot join any if that requisite is not done,. I ask You teachers: why dont you mention this most important condition for having access to the magical healing energy. Olease answer

    • Kean Hin says:

      Dear Eloisa,

      It is a pity that you have never been to the Zhineng Qigong centre which was closed in end 1999. (I was never there too, what a shame..) At the peak period the centre has more than 4,000 patients/ students in the various classes and few hundreds staff working inside. Of course, none of them could survive without food or drinks. The centre did charge a fee for all the classes (low, but everyone has to pay) and also pay for food and accommodation. When the centre was ordered to close, all the staff were compensated accordingly by Dr Pang (from the reserve in the bank), none of them left empty handed.

      It is funny that some are thinking extremely highly about qigong therapists, they thought that we (and our families) can survive without food and drinks… well sorry to disappoint, I guess very few are able to do that. For an art to go on, I believe minimally it must be able to allow the practitioners to make a decent living and there is nothing wrong for us to charge a fee for our professional services.

      Hylt
      Ooi Kean Hin

  27. eloisa says:

    Sorry for my spelling mistakes in the above comment, I meant “here” no hear. Thank you so much Kean Hin for your answer. and for giving me an opportunity to my comments, even if you donot agrre. I could be mistaken but what I said is from my own experience and from what I read from another spiritual or energy healers.

    Yes in Dr. Pang´s amazing hospital people where paying 12 dollars aprox. per day to cover the patients, the volunteers, the staff and their famely food or low salaries. But nothing to do with the thousands that, after Dr. Pang retirement, are required by some of Dr. Pang “followers”

    The conciousness or spiritual devolopment according to Dr. Pang goes together with the healing, My question is Why are some practitiones avoiding to face their fears. The Creative Life giving energy would never stop giving food or energy to the ones that serve and give life. It is a matter of trust and leap of faith. Either you are or you are not giving yourself to it.
    Probably many people gave amazing donations as a gratefullness act, and probably this is what Dr. Pang distributed to all for being fair.

    I believe like Dr. Pang (I read an article with his words confirming this) that besides his Qigong method, the amazing results and power of that hospital for the healing was coming from the Field of Strong Energy created by the practice of Qigong by houndreds of patients and volunteers in one place and in one moment, united in that leap of faith to the Energy with no fear or interest. Everything needs a sacrifice, its not possible to serve 2 oposites at the same time, Money can be an opposite to the Spiritual Energy, as money has to be under its order. The healing success of that hospital based on its attraction could not have happened with commercial rates, and could not have attracted the necessary big number of humans united in healing for that success.

  28. Kean Hin says:

    1. Indeed the medicineless hospital was a great success. However, the centre was a registered business entity and there were no volunteers, all the staff were paid and compensated accordingly by Dr Pang.
    2. Qigong healing (teaching self healing or providing external qi healing is a form of service, as long as we are at peace with our self or at peace with our conscience, it will not disrupt the progress (of course one has to know what and where is self…) Simply put, it is whether you own the money or were you owned by the money.
    3. Instead of discussing why some are charging thousands or millions we probably have to ask those who have paid for their opinion. We probably have to ask those who have to purchase highly priced branded products to know why can’t they use something that costs a penny.
    4. No one is stopping anyone from becoming a healer that do not charge anything, Anyone can train and give the expensive a challenge. Isn’t that great?

    hylt
    okh

  29. I live in South Africa and would very much like to learn Medical Qigong, Can you please advise me who is the best teacher as close by as possible? Our currency is worth very little to the Dollar or Euro.

    • Kean Hin says:

      Hi, Sorry, although I do have a number of clients in SA, I am not familiar with the practice of qigong in SA..

      Zhineng Qigong is a powerful form to get well, but it is not a medical qigong. Zhineng Qigong is a comprehensive form with the objective of allowing practitioners who wish to dwell deep enough to understand the Self.

  30. Thank you kindly for your time to respond. If Zhineng Qigong is not medical qigong, then which variant of Qigong is used (if any) during the healing in the medicineless hospital in Beijing? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZpRP1FV0lE

  31. Kean Hin says:

    External qi therapy is part of the practice of Zhineng Qigong. What I was trying to say is healing is merely a part of Zhineng Qigong, not all.

  32. Dr Shobhana says:

    Hi there ! I am a graduate of western medicine in india. I would like to learn zhineng qinong . is there someone you could recommend for me to learn from – it could be anywhere in india ? Thanks !
    Dr Shobhana
    Is there some way for me to even send an e-mail to Dr Pang ?

    • Kean Hin says:

      I am not aware whether Dr Pang is having an email account..

      We run distance qigong courses but we do not have any associate teaching in India. This is what I’ve found on internet: http://www.qigong-taichiindia.com/

    • lucy says:

      Dr shobhana good morning – have a look on FACEBOOK – ZHINENG QIGONG INDIA – and/or ZHINENG QIGONG CHINA – or ZHINENG QIGONG BELGIUM – there are regular classes going on through internet connection video – possible to subscribe but most of all you can find reply to many questions etc on ZNQG – many Chinese teacher travel all over the world – only thing is they ASK A LOT OF MONEY for their retreats or workshops .. that is really ashame because people like me that are very interested by QIGONG but don t have the money are excluded …!!! to learn and practise this energy work from universe – they mostly organize the workshop in very exclusive and very expensive resorts and I dare to ask them to organize them in a simple way – that the most important is the teaching not the luxury rooms or nice hotels .. keep hoping they will change this soon – hope I have helped you in yr research – HYLT LUCY

  33. Sindhu says:

    How about any healing center in Dubai for Qigong ? Following the teachings of Dr.Pang Ming is there any guide in Dubai or UAE ?

  34. Sindhu says:

    Can I have the contact of Qigong healing in Dubai or UAE who follows Dr.Pang Ming ?

  35. Francisco Castiello says:

    I would like to get in touch with doctor Pang since I have a 23 years old nice who has been in coma over the last 7 months. We have no Chikung healers in Guadalajara Mexico so I´ll really appreciate your advice, since we can nor take her abroad due to her condition.

    • Kean Hin says:

      Sorry, Dr Pang has retired since year 2000. We do provided distance consultation and healing through video Skype. If you are interested in that, please write to me: okhpen@gmail.com

      Best,
      Okh

  36. Mushtaq Ali says:

    i have breast cancer category 4 i have had partial mastectomy and number of chemos but i fell the cancer is spreading and i am getting very worried i need to seek help with alternative like dr pangs treatment

    i saw a video that shows tumour disappearing during treatment
    i need something like that can anyone help give any phone numbers or emails for me to make contact.
    Ali

    • Kean Hin says:

      Sorry, the centre was closed in year 2000. Dr Pang has retired since then.
      No idea whether there is anyone doing this now.

      okh

  37. Frosso Crausaz says:

    Hello. I read so many healing stories from qigong masters that i would like to know if there is any hope for my 12 year old child that was left brain damaged ( tardive dyskinesia /dystonia )after the use of antiphsychotic medications given from doctors to supposidly treat adhd. I dont know if it works for brain problems but if there is any hope for cure i want to offer it to him.

  38. Mary saad says:

    Hi I have a rare desies it’s called tarlove cyst it cause to much pain do you think you can help me

  39. Shelley says:

    Can you please kindly tell me if there is any way I can purchase the Chinese version of Dr Pang’s books?

  40. Pim says:

    any center or workshop in Thailand? or Hong kong? Thks.

  41. Aristides Alvares says:

    Are you interested in opening a center in GOA and healing and teaching people the knowledge of healing without medicines..
    My name is Aristides Alvares Goa India

    • Kean Hin says:

      Thanks for the invitation but my team and I are too tight up with the current work on autism and we have planned to work on dementia/Alzheimer’s next year.
      Let me know more about what’s on your mind, perhaps I might recommend the plan to friends who might be interested.

  42. Maria says:

    Hello! My father has lung cancer . He lives in Indonesia. Please advise me who to turn to for treatment. Thank you very much!

    • Kean Hin says:

      Hi, we provide both on-line and on-site classes and consultation services. The next online get well class begins on 20 February 2017. You may also consider taking up private distance consultation through video Skype or Zoom. Write to us: okhpen@gmail.com

  43. Merve says:

    I am suffering from epilepsy that investigating ways of drug-free treatment.
    If you know the centers or healers that can heal me, could you inform me?

  44. Myra says:

    HI,

    So i have been looking up Qigong Zhineng, and read up on the works of Dr Pang Ming, his medicine-less clinic and how he helped the ill. Since I am interested in getting treatment myself, I was shocked to learn that Dr Pang Ming’s students are charging exorbitant prices for treatment. The Dr himself seemed to care genuinely about healing people and he barely charged the patients anything. Why did his students not learn to NOT make exorbitant profits from a gift they were given by Dr Pang Ming?! I think that would be part of the teaching as well, to help people. I understand making a little money from it to sustain themselves and their practices but the treatment costs I have seen on their websites make it unobtainable for a lot of people, including me.

    Here is an example that I got from the Kokolulu website:

    Two week program at Kokolulu:

    14 day (13 nights) Residential $6300 (shared room and bathhouse)
    14 day Non-residential – $5400

    I’m so disappointed! I don’t see a difference between the big pharmas and these Qigong Zhineng healers. At the end of the day it seems they care about filling their pockets.

    • Kean Hin says:

      My friend, there are many others who are running courses at different rates, some asking for higher fee, some lower. I guess this is something beyond anybody’s control. Just select what you prefer and let it be.

  45. Lew Whitney says:

    Aloha Myra:

    With all do respect we feel it is important to respond to your comment about people getting rich using Dr. Pang’s method’s of helping people to heal themselves. KoKoLuLu is a public charity non-profit organization founded by Karin Cooke who is a registered nurse with than 45 years experience and myself Lew Whitney who has more than 40 years in the health care counseling and healing arts field. We take no money personally (we live on social security and a our retirement) from the fees that Kokolulu charges to come to our centre. The services provided are generally on a one on one basis 24 hours a day/7 day’s a week in Hawaii. The monies collected go to support the non-profit organization which provides 85% of its students with services at little or no cost. Those who can afford Kokolulu’s published fees help to “pay it forward” in helping others. These fees along with generous donations from many people, have been able to operate successfully for over 14 years.
    We wish you and everyone all the best in your sacred healing journey.
    Yi Yuan Ti HunYuanLingTong
    Aloha Blessings to You and Your Ohana (family)
    Aloha and Peace
    Lew and Karin

  46. rosa says:

    to be or not to be….. Myra brings up here the subjet that I brought long ago. The cosmic FREE life giving gift that we all can call to, can really come when we donot offer it free¿¿ I repeat in my opinion Dr. Pang´s most important lesson, was the way he created the medecineless hospitall: He charged the minimum maintenance fee, so houndreds would come so the healing creative energy would multiply in response to the not egocentric call of the hundreds. How can any organization or person charge those type of healling amount¿, when the knowledge and the healing power is given free, free has to be given back. A non profit in my opinion does not need to get the money from treatment payments, to help others, the money can come from the gratitude and donations given by the cured. The most important thing in my opinio n is to do like Dr. Pang and in a free way call to hundreds as more as possible so the magical energy multiplied by the numbers work.

  47. I heard that Dr Pang had four main prominent students, have you heard of this or know who these are? Many thanks.

    • Kean Hin says:

      I have never heard about this. Anyway I divide teachers into few sectors, and I must say that I have yet to see one like Dr Pang, who can cover every aspect.
      1. Healers: Those seniors who were trained by Dr Pang when he started ZQ in the 1980s. A pity, many of them have passed on or retired in recent years.
      2. Trainers: Those who have the true experience of what is high level, able to demonstrate and allow you to experience what it is like instead of just explaining academically.
      3. Academics: Those who are able to explain the theories well, but would normally not demonstrate anything.
      4. EC executioners: Those who have high ability to perform EC, like performing experiments to validate that the mind can make changes to the physical world. They were trained to perform experiments like mentally breaking needles etc.

  48. Inam Waris says:

    Hi Kean,

    My friend has been diagnosed with breast cancer(Left breast – 2 lump nodes) (4th Stage). It has spread to her lungs too. Her body is too weak to go for Radio or Chemo. Currently she is on oral medicines only.

    Can ‘Zhineng Qigong’ technique help her to cure it?

    Is there any of you center in India?

    Looking forward for your reply.

    Thanks
    Inam

    • Kean Hin says:

      Sorry, have no idea whether there is any centre in India. There are many centres in China, but classes are mainly conducted in Chinese.

    • Lew Whitney says:

      Aloha Inam:

      This is lulu from Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats. We are located on the island of Hawaii (aka the Big Island). We use Zhineng Qigong and Food As Medicine to treat our guests (many with stage 4 cancer) successfully
      We have been going to China for 23 years learning and teaching Zhineng often from Teachers healers who worked for Dr. Pang Ming until the centre was closed in 2001. We were at his centre in 1997. Zhineng Qigong is still taught in China and the government has loosened up We are taking a group to China to a qigong centre on Hainan Island where we go often. If we can help in any way please let us know. We operate our retreat center in a similar way to Pang Ming’s centre but on a smaller scale
      Our web site is http://www.kokolulu.org
      HunYuanLingTong
      Aloha Blessings to You and Your Ohana (family)❤️🌴🌈🌺🌊
      Aloha and Peace

      Lulu and Koko

  49. John says:

    Hello,
    I’m trying to find informations about the huaxia zhineng qigong clinic and training center and why it was closed. Do you have any background informations about it? I read it was closed due to a new chinese law that forbids to practice qigong in groups of more than 50 people? And that in general no private qigong institutions are allowed in China? Does the chinese government want to keep the health-institutions in official hands of why would they close such a promising institution? Thank you for any information.

    • Kean Hin says:

      Yes, the centre was closed in year 2000. I am not sure about the rule to forbid more than 50 people in a group practice but I am aware that there are still many people practising qigong in the parks without getting into any problem.

      Nothing is really too bad. Since his retirement, Dr Pang has published 4 books, I am quite sure he would not be able to do so if he is still running the centre.

  50. Corey says:

    Dear Kean Hin
    I am from Australia and I am planning a trip to China early next year to learn some Qigong. At present my only experience with Qigong is Shibashi (which I love). I am interested in Zhineng Qigong but Im unsure as to where it would be best to find a reputable teacher while overseas. I would like to learn the practice with some intensive tuition so as to return home with a strong enough foundation to continue it confidently. Do you have anybody to reccomend in China or Taiwan? Are there classes in Malaysia that are suitable for English speaking people. I’m wondering what would be the best option for me. I was hoping that if I was to practice for 1 month I might feel very confident to continue and maintain benefit when I return home.

    Many thanks for anything you are able to share with me.

    Kind Regards

    Corey

    • Kean Hin says:

      As far as I know Zhineng Qigong is not common in Taiwan. China government has relaxed the control on qigong in the last 2 years, however there are very few centres that are conducting classes in China.

      We conduct Therapists Training classes both on-line and on-site (Malaysia and Europe) in English. Write to me if you are interested. My email: okhpen@gmail.com

      Regards,
      Kean Hin

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