The Meaning of Open – Close (free session)

In Zhineng Qigong there is a strong emphasis on the movement of Open-Close. It is the main movement of life and we can consciously make use of it to optimize our energy. In this free session teacher Ning will share his insights on the meaning of open-close and how we can best make use of it.

According to teacher Ning some people need to close Qi more while others need to open more. What is the difference and how can you tell what is best for you?

This is a free session and open for everyone. To take part in the session, we do ask you to register.

About Teacher Ning

Teacher Ning was born in inner Mongolia in China. He studied with Dr. Pang and graduated at the famous hospital of Huaxia Center. In 1997 he left with a few others after receiving blessings from Dr. Pang. He continued his practice and provided for healings to many. From several masters he was taught different methods. He nowadays lives with his family in Hainan. His daughter is studying Traditional Chinese Medicine at a university in Beijing. For years now he travels to Western countries as well, such as United States of America, Serbia, Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland.

Methods: His teaching methods are taught in a gentle, humble fashion. From Pang Laoshi he adopts the Qi field series to build up the Qigong state. He always asks: what is Qigong for you? In this way his students are aware of the intention of practice. From a traditional point of view, the meridian system, channels, vessels, extraordinary meridians and the organs are one complete health system. Qi practice is considered the quintessence of TCM. Four basic elements are part of the methods teacher Ning teaches. One is sound, second is movement, three is awareness, and four is posture. Though there is not really negative or positive since all is illusory, the movements in circles are either releasing too much Qi by turning clockwise, or gathering Qi by circling in, counter clockwise.

Range: The basic knowledge of TCM teaches us that 5 organs (Spleen, Kidneys, Heart, Liver and Lungs) form the basis for health. Any disturbance within and between organs will be balanced again because organs will help and compensate foreach other’s instability. From TCM we know that 5 elements, 5 emotions and 5 organs reflect life between heaven and earth. The intelligence and magnificence of this health system has been described over 3,000 years ago for the first time: Nei Jing, a book written by Qi Bo, an assignment from The Yellow Emperor, Huang Di. The book, when it was written is not entirely sure but still is the classic for TCM students nowadays. Qigong is the heart of many self help practice that arose in the heart of China. Over the last 50 years the revival of Qigong, and the opening of teachings to wider public has unveiled many ‘secrets’ of health in China.

FOR WHOM?

  • For everyone who is willing to work on his or her health, both for maintaining and restoring health.
  • For anyone who is interested in developing more stability in daily life.
  • For anyone who wants to change limiting beliefs and emotional patterns that prevent him/her from functioning freely.
  • For therapists, trainers and coaches to better guide their clients with the knowledge gained during this training.
  • Both for beginners and for advanced (Zhineng) Qigong practitioners.

The Meaning of Open-Close – practical info

This is a free session that is open for everyone!

Date: Sunday 6 March 2022

Time: 14.30 – 15.30h CET

To receive the Zoom link you need to join this session, please register (through Zoom):