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Syllabus for Medical Qigong Practitioner (Level P-1)

“Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy”

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #1, Volume #2, Volume #3, Volume #4, and Volume #5)

1. Historical Overview of Chinese Energetic Medicine

From ancient Shaman Mystics to Imperial Court Healers, Chinese Energetic Medicine has a vast history. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 1-2 (p. 3-78); V3, Ch. 28 (p. 339-341).

2. Energetic Anatomy and Physiology

• An Introduction to the Eight Extraordinary Vessels. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 6 (p. 319-360).

• An Introduction to the Six Extraordinary Organs. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 7 (p. 369-400).

• The Three Bodies and Three Worlds; and the various interactions effecting the Body, Mind and Spirit (Thoughts and Feelings). Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 2 (p. 78-98).

• An Introduction to the ancient Daoist Three Powers of Heaven, Earth, and Man: Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 11 (p. 3-8).

• Rooting The Three Bodies to the Qi of Heaven and Earth via the 1-Through-10 Meditation. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 575-582).

Exam #1: Name the Eight Extraordinary Vessels, and Explain their importance.

Exam #2: Name the Six Extraordinary Organs, and Explain their importance.

Exam #3: Name and Explain the importance of the Three Bodies, and their energetic interactions with the Three Worlds.

Exam #4: Name and Explain the importance of the Three Powers of Heaven, Earth, and Man, and their energetic interactions with the Three Bodies and Three Worlds.

Exam #5: Explain the importance of and Demonstrate the 1-Through-10 Meditation.

3. Energetic Embryological Development

• The Physical, Energetic, and Spiritual formation and energetic effects governing the development of the Human Body’s Internal Organs and Tissues. Reading Assignment: Vol 1, Ch. 2 (p. 99-134).

4. Cleaning, Purging, and Containing Life-Force Energy

• Purging the Body’s Internal Organ Turbid Qi using special Healing Sound Applications andfeeling sensations via the Pulling Down the Heavens Exercise. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p.163-164).

• Sealing the Body’s Clean Qi using special Hand Seals and Visualizations via the Pulling Down the Heavens Exercise. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p.186).

Exam #6: Name and Explain the importance of Energetic Purging before Tonifying.

5. Introduction to Channel Flow

• Understanding the Body’s Internal Organs and Energetic Channels. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 8 (p. 401-422).

• Understanding the Body’s Shadow Organs and Shadow Channels. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 8 (p. 555-556); V3, Ch. 21 (p. 88-90).

• Purging the Body’s External Yin and Yang Channel Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 377-378).

Exam #7: Name and Explain the difference between the body’s Normal Internal Organs and Channels, and the body’s Shadow Organs and Channels.

6. Purging Organs and Dredging Channel Qi Stagnation Exercises

• Counter Swing, Dropping Post, and Trembling Horse. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 46 (p. 161-162).

• Natural Breathing and the Beating and Drumming the Qi Meditation. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p. 163-167).

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate the Counter Swing, Dropping Post, and Trembling Horse Purging Exercises and their important energetic applications; as well as when is this exercise encouraged and contraindicated.

7. Introduction to the Daoist Five Yin Organ Exercise

• The Opening: Strengthening the Spine and body’s Central Nervous System. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p. 168-169).

• The Daoist Five Lung Organ Exercise: Relationship to Po (Corporeal Soul); Congenital and Acquired Emotions; Lung Tonification Exercise; Traumatology (Relieving Diaphragm Spasm). Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 2 (p. 135-153); V4, Ch. 47 (p. 170-171).

• The Daoist Five Kidney Organ Exercise: Relationship to Zhi (Will); Congenital and Acquired Emotions; Kidney Tonification Exercise; Traumatology (Relieving Insomnia). Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 8 (p. 529); V4, Ch. 47 (p. 172-173).

• The Daoist Five Liver Organ Exercise: Relationship to Hun (Ethereal Soul); Congenital and Acquired Emotions; Liver Tonification Exercise; Traumatology (Beating the Bag). Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p. 174-176).

• The Daoist Five Heart Organ Exercise: Relationship to Shen (Spirit); Congenital and Acquired Emotions; Tonification Exercise; Traumatology (Relieving Cardiac Arrest). Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p. 177-179).

• The Daoist Five Spleen Organ Exercise: Relationship to Yi (Intellect); Congenital and Acquired Emotions; Tonification Exercise. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 47 (p. 180-182).

• The Ending: The Turtle Breathing Exercise. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 288-294); V4, Ch. 47 (p. 182-185).

Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate the Daoist Five Yang Organ Exercises and its important energetic applications; as well as when this exercise is modified in order to treat specific clinical conditions.

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate the Daoist Five Yin Organ Exercises and their important energetic applications; as well as when these exercises are modified in order to treat specific clinical conditions.

Exam #11: Explain and Demonstrate the Daoist Turtle Breathing Exercises and its important energetic applications; as well as when is it encouraged and contraindicated.

8. Gwan Gong Stroking Beard (Small Heaven Orbit Meditation)

To Regulate the Body’s Sea of Yin and Sea of Yang Qi; practicing Reverse Breathing and the Countraindications for Reverse Breathing. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch.17 (p.430-431); For more information, see Daoist Internal Alchemy: Neigong & Weigong Training (p. 485-501).

Exam #12: Explain and Demonstrate the Gwan Gong Stroking Beard Exercise; as well as its important energetic applications, and when is this meditation Exercise encouraged and contraindicated.

9. Healing Sounds For Emotional Detoxing

To Purge Whole Body Stagnation using combined Sound Therapy, via the Old Man Searching for the Reflection of the Moon at the Bottom of the Tide Pool. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 76-77).

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate the Old Man Searching for the Reflection of the Moon at the Bottom of the Tide Pool Exercise; as well as its important energetic applications, and when is this Healing Sound Exercise encouraged and contraindicated.

10. Six Healing Sounds Exercise (A)

To Purge Individual Internal Organ Stagnation, using specific Sound Therapy. Introduction to Purging and Detoxifying the Liver, Heart, and Spleen Organs. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 43-62).

11. Six Healing Sounds Exercise (B)

To Purge Individual Internal Organ Stagnation, using specific Sound Therapy. Introduction to Purging and Detoxifying the Lungs, Kidneys, and Triple Burners. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 63-75).

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate the Six Healing Sound Exercises; as well as their important energetic applications, and when are these Healing Sound Exercise encouraged and contraindicated.

12. The Clinical Applications of Special Sound Vibrations.

Secret Mantra Sounds used for Opening the Nine Energetic Chambers of each of the body’s Three Dantians. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 79-84).

13. The Golden Ball Regulation Exercise

Regulating The Three Body’s Life-Force Energies, using the Eight Actions of Qi (Rise-Fall, Expand-Contract, Flow-In &Flow-Out, Gather and Disperse. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 397-399).

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate the Golden Ball Regulation Exercises; as well as their important energetic applications.

14. The Sleeping Dragon Exercise

A Five Stage Regulating Exercise used in order to empower the Medical Qigong Doctor: Absorbing Light (Back Bridge Bar, Collar of Blue Light), Absorbing and Packing Earth Qi, Emitting Qi Through Palms, Spiraling the Qi Through Palms, Shinning Light Through the Taiji Pole. True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple; For more information, see Daoist Internal Alchemy: Neigong & Weigong Training (p. 225-234).

15. Dragon Waking and Thrashing Exercise

Introduction to Consciously Projecting Qi, using the Palms. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 201-205). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple; For more information, see Daoist Internal Alchemy: Neigong & Weigong Training (p. 234-236)

16. Dragon Playing With Pearl Exercise

Introduction to Consciously Molding Qi, using the Palms. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 277). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple; For more information, see Daoist Internal Alchemy: Neigong & Weigong Training (p. 236)

17. The Four Guardians Meditation to Prevent the Invasion of External Pathogens

Protective Meditation used to strengthen the body’s External Energetic Field, in order to protect the Doctor from the invasion of Pathogenic Qi in the clinic. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 570-574.)

Exam #16: Explain and Demonstrate the Four Guardian Meditation Exercises; as well as its important energetic applications.

18. The Energetic Function of Various Qigong Exercises

How to Analyze and Categorize the many different types to Qigong Exercises; including a Basic Introduction to Medical Qigong Prescriptions, as well as how and when to Establish a Personal Medical Qigong Workout. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 40 (p. 3-17).

 

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Practitioner (Level P-2)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #1, Volume #2, Volume #3, and Volume #5)

1. Introduction to Soul Retrieval Training

Locating the Body’s Past, Present, and Future Energetic Chambers Meditation. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 541-543).

The "Pulling out the Pain" Meditation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 518-519).

"Transformational Accepting Self" Meditation and the “Releasing Emotional Blockages and Energetic Armoring Meditation. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 502). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate the "Pulling out the Pain" Meditation; as well as its important energetic applications.

2. The "One through Ten" Meditation and 3 Prayer Invocations

• Rooting The Three Bodies to the Qi of Heaven and Earth via the 1-Through-10 Meditation; plus the Three Prayer Invocations needed to create a Divine Healing Field through which to Treat patients. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 575-586). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate the "1-Through-10” Meditation" and Three Prayer Invocations; as well as its important energetic applications.

3. Developing Qi Vibration

• Introduction to Energy Vibration (Stage #1). Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 248-255).

• The 6 Levels of Yi-Quan Training. Story of Guo “the Divine Crushing Palm.” True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple.

• The Eight Exercises used to create vibration within the body. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 256-264).

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate Energy Vibration; as well as its important energetic applications.

4. Dissolving and Rebuilding the Bodies Qi

Energetically Dissolving and Rebuilding the Three Bodies via the Life Force Breathing Meditation. True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple; for more information, see Doctor Johnson’s Tai Chi Meditation CD #1

5. Expanding the Channels and Increasing Qi Flow

Energetically Expanding the Channels of the Arms and activating the Nine Chambers of each Dantian via the Taiji Zhi Ball of Light Meditation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p 268-273).

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate the Taiji Zhi Ball of Light Meditation; as well as its important energetic applications.

6. Phantom Hand Exercises

For training and increasing Creative Visualization, in order to Create, Shape, and Mold energy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 357-359).

• The Big Hand Exercise. Used to energetically grow and increase your body’s Qi. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 359).

• The Dipping Hand Exercise. Used to energetically dip into and penetrate a partner’s three bodies. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 360-361).

• The Pushing Hand Exercise. Used to energetically push and move a partner’s body without touching them. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 361-363).

• The Pulling Hand Exercise. Used to energetically pull and move a partner’s body without touching them. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 363).

7. Training and Increasing Mind Concentration

Intermediate Meditation used in transforming energetic boundaries and further expanding conscious awareness of energetic realms. True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple;

• The Fusion of Tangible Matter and Intangible Energy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 354-356).

• The Fusion of Body-Mind-Energy Meditation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 356-357).

8. Increasing Intuitive and Perceptual Awareness Meditation

Intermediate Meditation used for increasing the energetic boundaries and further expanding conscious awareness of surrounding environment. True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple;

• Eight Direction Perception Meditation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 27-29). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple; for more information, see Doctor Johnson’s Tai Chi Meditation CD #2).

Exam #5: Explain and Demonstrate the Eight Direction Perception Meditation; as well as its important energetic applications.

9. Increasing Perceptual Awareness of the True Self

Intermediate Meditation used for “Awakening” and expanding the Perceptive Awareness, and reconnecting with the Intuitive Consciousness. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 331-338). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple;

• Who are You? -

• Where is the Center of Space?

Where is the Center of Time? Meditation

10. Introduction to Medical Qigong Clinic Basics

• Creating an Energetic Circle. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 29 (p. 381-387).

• Dredging and Purging the Patient's Toxic Energy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 29 (p. 388-390).

• Understanding Energetic Cords. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 29 (p. 391-397).

• Disposing of the patient's Toxic Energy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 29 (p. 398-399).

Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate the skill of Creating an Energetic Circle; as well as its important energetic applications.

Exam #7: Explain Energetic Cords; as well as their important energetic applications.

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate the skill of Disposing of the patient's Toxic Energy; as well as its important energetic applications.

11. Introduction to Energetic Diagnosis

Developing an Energetic Sensitivity to the body’s Five Energetic Fields

• Diagnosing The Body’s Three External Wei Qi Fields. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p.

218-221).

• Diagnosing The Body’s Current of Ying Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p.222).

• Diagnosing The Body’s Sea of Blood. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p.223).

• Diagnosing The Body’s Sea of Marrow. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p.224).

• Diagnosing The Body’s Center Core of Light (Taiji Pole of Man). Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p.224-225); V1, Ch. 5 (p. 237-242 and 256-258)

12. Introduction to Medical Qigong Treatment Protocols

Introduction to “Table Work.”

• “Tonification Treatment Protocol,” For Extremely Deficient Patients. Reading Assignment: V3,Ch 29 (p. 400-403)

• Introduction to “The General Treatment Protocol.” Reading Assignment: V3, Ch 29 (p. 404-408)

• Refining General Treatment Protocol

Table Work, Medical Qigong Purgation, Tonification and Regulation Therapy.

Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate the “Tonification Treatment Protocol;” as well as its important energetic applications.

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate the “General Treatment Protocol;” as well as its important energetic applications.

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Practitioner (Level P-3)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #2 and Volume #3)

1. Working With Energy

• Introduction to Becoming a Medical Qigong Healer. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 329-330).

• The Three Energetic Wonders. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 31 (p. 457-466)

Exam #1: Name the Three Energetic Wonders, and Explain their importance.

2. Controlling and Transforming the Body’s Qi via Special Awareness Meditations

• From Physical Body - To Energy Body- To Spirit Body. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 326).

• From Spirit Body - To Energy Body- To Physical Body. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 327).

• Moving the Energies of all Three Bodies. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 327).

• Energizing the Three Bodies Sense Organs. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 328).

Exam #2: Name the Three Bodies, and Explain their importance.

3. Understanding the Energetic Influence of Thoughts and Feelings

• The External Projecting and Manifesting of Energetic Thought Form Patterns. Reading

Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 342-344; and p. 352-353).

Thought Forms, Shapes, and Colors.

Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.28 (p. 344-346).

Using the Divine Net Technique To Purge the Patient’s Body.

Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 28 (p. 349-351).

• Finding and Removing Energetic Cords.

Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.29 (p. 394-397).

Exam #3: Describe the External Projection and Manifestation of Energetic Thought Form Patterns, and Explain their importance.

4. Clinical Safety and Spirit Protection Protection Meditations

• The Spirit Realm and the Medical Qigong Clinic: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 563-566).

• Purification Techniques For The Medical Qigong Clinic: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 566-569).

• The Importance of Establishing a Safe Clinical Environment. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.29 (p. 367-370).

• The Clinical Functions of the Three Prayer Invocations. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.29 (p. 371-373).

Exam #4: Demonstrate how to establish a safe Medical Qigong Clinical space, and Explain the importance of your energetic applications.

5. Energetic Protection Meditations

• Creating a Protective Force Field. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 434-438).

• Creating an Energetic Bubble. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 438).

Exam #5: Demonstrate how to create a Protective Energetic Bubble, and Explain the importance of your energetic applications.

6. Precautions and Ethical Considerations for the Medical Qigong Doctor

• Transforming the Patient’s Energetic Grids. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.29 (p. 409).

• Treating the Patient’s Three Bodies . Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.29 (p. 410).

• The Importance of Developing a Healing Rapport With The Patient. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.29 (p. 374-380).

• How to Avoid Experiencing Energetic Depletion in the Clinic. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.30 (p. 421-424).

• How to Avoid Absorbing Turbid Qi From the Body's Six Openings. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch.30 (p. 424-427).

• Removing Turbid Qi Invasion; and Energetic Protection Meditations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 565-569); V3, Ch. 30 (p. 428-431); and V3, Ch.26 (p.296).

7. Clinical Ethics

• Conscious and Subconscious Clinical Influences. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 439-442).

• Establishing Doctor and Patient Agreements. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 443-444).

• Clinical Burnout and the Medical Qigong Clinic. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 445).

• Energetic Boundary Invasion. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 446-447).

• Strengthening the Spiritual Light of the Doctor's Righteous Qi. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 447-449).

• When Not to Treat the Patient. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 449), and V3, Ch. 31 (p. 467-470).

• Encountering Energetic Vampires. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 450).

• Establishing Realistic Training Goals for the Medical Qigong Doctor. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 30 (p. 451-453).

• Combining Medical Qigong Therapy with Other Healing Therapies. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 29 (p. 416-420)

Exam #6: Explain the conditions of Transference and Counter-Transference, and how to effectively deal with such conditions in the clinic.

Exam #7: Explain which specific conditions that are Contraindicated for Medical Qigong Therapy, and why.

8. The Patient’s Energetic Unwinding

• Patient’s Energetic Unwinding and Facial Distortions. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 31 (p. 465).

• Patient Resistance to Energetic Therapy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 31 (p. 466).

9. Balancing the Patient's Energetic System

• Clinical Purgation and Tonification Guidelines and Applications. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 31 (p. 471-480).

• Clinical Regulation Guidelines and Applications. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 31 (p. 481-483).

10. Clinical Observations of Pathological Energetic Patterns

• Locating the Special Areas of Chronic Energetic Obstruction. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 31 (p. 484-491).

• Types of Energetic Complications. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 32 (p. 492-497).

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate the locations of the five specific areas known for Chronic Energetic Obstruction.

11. Healing a Patient’s Emotional Traumas

• Five Levels of Feeling and Their Governing Organs. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 499-503).

• Wounding and Closing the Spirit. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 504-507).

• The Patient Coming out of Denial. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 508-519).

• Transference and Displaced Emotions. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 509-510).

• Stages of Energetic Transformation and Emotional Resolution History. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 510-512).

• Assisting the Patient in Establishing Healthy Boundaries. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 513-517).

• Pulling Out the Pain Meditation Review. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 518-519). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple.

• Understanding Why a Patient Might Not Heal. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 520-521).

Exam #9: Explain the Five Levels of Feeling and Their Governing Organs.

Exam #10: Explain the Wounding and Closing the Spirit process.

Exam #11: Explain the reasons Why a Patient Might Not Heal.

Exam #12: Explain the “Secondary Gains” of a disease condition.

12. Facing the Death of a Patient

• Understanding the Death Process. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 522-529).

• Death and the Chakra System. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 530-533).

• Helping a Dying Patient Pass. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 533-535).

• The After Death Experience. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 535-536).

• The Forgiveness Prayer. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 33 (p. 537-539).

13. Training Energy Extension and Qi Manipulation Techniques

• Qi Emission Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 201-205).

• Training the “Extended Fan Palm” Hand Technique. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p.

206-211).

• Training the “Sword Fingers” Hand Technique. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 212-214).

• Training the “One Finger Skill.” Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 215-219).

• The “Invisible Needle Palm” and “Dragon’s Mouth Palm” Hand Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 220).

• Training the “Kneading Tiger Claw” Skill. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 220-221).

• Training the “Five Thunder Fingers” Skill. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 25 (p. 222-226).

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate the “Extended Fan Palm” Hand Technique.

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate the “Sword Fingers” Hand Technique.

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate the “One Finger Skill.”

Exam #16: Explain and Demonstrate the “Invisible Needle Palm.”

Exam #17: Explain and Demonstrate the “Dragon’s Mouth Palm” Hand Technique.

Exam #18: Explain and Demonstrate the “Kneading Tiger Claw” Skill.

Exam #19: Explain and Demonstrate the “Five Thunder Fingers” Skill.

14. Training Advanced Qi Emission Applications and Qi Vibration Techniques

• Linear Qi Extension Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 227-232).

• Circulating and Spiraling Qi Extension Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 233-243).

• Creating an Energetic Cast. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 244-245).

• Energetic Cupping. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 246).

• Shaking Energy Technique. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 247).

• Qi Vibration Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 248-265).

• Creating Energy Ball Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 93-103).

Exam #20: Explain and Demonstrate the Linear Qi Extension Techniques.

Exam #21: Explain and Demonstrate the Circulating and Spiraling Qi Extension Techniques.

Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate Creating an Energetic Cast.

Exam #23: Explain and Demonstrate Energetic Cupping.

Exam #24: Explain and Demonstrate the Shaking Energy Technique.

Exam #25: Explain and Demonstrate the Qi Vibration Techniques.

Exam #26: Explain and Demonstrate the Creating Energy Ball Techniques.

15. Advanced Qi Emission Techniques

• Creating a Cord of Divine Light. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 266).

• Creating a Ball of Light. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 267-281).

• Creating and Training Hot (Yang) Qi and Cold (Yin) Qi. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 282-287).

• Guiding and Emitting the Qi of the Five Element Energies. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p 288-289).

• Emitting the Twelve Earthly Branch Channel Five Element Qi. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 26 (p. 290-295).

Exam #27: Explain and Demonstrate Creating a Cord of Divine Light.

Exam #28: Explain and Demonstrate Creating a Ball of Light.

Exam #29: Explain and Demonstrate Creating and Training Hot (Yang) Qi.

Exam #30: Explain and Demonstrate Creating and Training Cold (Yin) Qi.

Exam #31: Explain and Demonstrate Guiding and Emitting the Qi of the Five Element Energies

Exam #32: Explain and Demonstrate Emitting the Twelve Earthly Branch Channel Five Element Qi.

16. The “Invisible Needle” Theory and Application

• Origin and Introduction to Invisible Needle Therapy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 297-303).

• Invisible Needle Hand Postures. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 304-305).

• Depth and Angles of Needle Insertion. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 306).

• Various Invisible Needle Applications. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 307-312).

• Channel Point Treatments and Prescriptions. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 313-316).

• Channel Point Prescription Meditations. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 317-320).

Exam #33: Explain and Demonstrate Invisible Needle Therapy.

Exam #34: Explain and Demonstrate Invisible Needle Hand Postures.

Exam #35: Explain and Demonstrate Various Invisible Needle Applications.

Exam #36: Explain and Demonstrate Channel Point Treatments and Prescriptions

17. The Five Element Qi Massage Therapy

• Introduction to Five Element Qi Massage. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 571-585).

• The Energetic Circle-Twisting Method. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 586).

• The Energetic Compression Release Method. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 587-588).

• The Energetic Thrusting Method. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 589).

• The Energetic Grasping and Shaking Method. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 590).

• The Energetic Tapping Method. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 591).

• Channel Point Therapy and Qi Massage. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 35 (p. 592-594).

Exam #37: Explain and Demonstrate the Energetic Circle-Twisting Method.

Exam #38: Explain and Demonstrate the Energetic Compression Release Method.

Exam #39: Explain and Demonstrate the Energetic Thrusting Method.

Exam #40: Explain and Demonstrate the Energetic Grasping and Shaking Method.

Exam #41: Explain and Demonstrate the Energetic Tapping Method.

18. Sound Projection Theory and Qi Emission Application

• Introduction to Sound Projection. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 541-543).

• Sound Volume and Energy Projection. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 544-548).

• Sound Projection Used for Treating Cancer Patients. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 548-550).

• Combining Color and Sound Projection. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 551).

• Sound Projection Training. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 552-557).

• The Six Breath Method. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 558-560).

• Multiple Sound Breath Incantations. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 104).

Exam #42: Explain and Demonstrate Sound Volume and Energy Projection Methods.

Exam #43: Explain and Demonstrate Sound Projection Used for Treating Internal Organ Stagnation.

Exam #44: Explain and Demonstrate Combining Color and Sound Projection

Exam #45: Explain and Demonstrate the Six Breath Method.

Exam #46: Explain and Demonstrate Multiple Sound Breath Incantations.

19. Color Projection Theory and Application

• Introduction to Color Projection. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 561-562).

• Projecting Qi in Eight Colors. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 563-566).

• Color Projection Training. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 567-569).

• Color Projection Hand Seal. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 34 (p. 570).

Exam #47: Explain and Demonstrate Color Projection.

Exam #48: Explain and Demonstrate Projecting Qi in Eight Colors.

Exam #49: Explain and Demonstrate Color Projection Hand Seals.

Extra Material & Class Review to Date

• Review of General Treatment Protocol

• Treating Multiple Patients. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 29 (p. 411-413)

Exam #50: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Multiple Patients.

 

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Practitioner (Level P-4)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #4)

1. Medical Qigong Prescription Exercises and Meditations

• History of Medical Qigong Exercises and Meditations. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 43 (p. 3-6).

• Dao Yin Self-Regulation Training and Principles of Yang and Yin. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 43 (p. 6-15).

• Selecting the Proper Medical Qigong Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 43 (p. 15-18).

• The Number of Breaths Required in Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 43 (p. 18-22).

• Choosing the Proper Medical Qigong Prescription Posture. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 43 (p. 22-25).

• Primary and Secondary Medical Qigong Prescription Postures. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 43 (p. 25-26); and V4, Ch. 46 (p. 117-118).

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate how to select the Proper Medical Qigong Postures and Prescription Exercises.

2. Internal Organ Self-Massage Prescription Exercises

• Introduction to Internal Organ Self-Massage Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 27-29).

• Liver Self-Massage Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 30-31).

• Heart Self-Massage Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 32-33).

• Spleen and Stomach Self-Massage Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 34-36).

• Lung Self-Massage Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 37-38).

• Kidney Self-Massage Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 39-40).

• Prescription for Insomnia Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 44 (p. 40-42).

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate the clinical applications of the Liver Self-Massage Prescription.

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate the clinical applications of the Heart Self-Massage Prescription.

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate the clinical applications of the Spleen and Stomach Self- Massage Prescription.

Exam #5: Explain and Demonstrate the clinical applications of the Lung Self-Massage Prescription.

Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate the clinical applications of the Kidney Self-Massage Prescription.

3. External Body Self-Massage and Point Tapping Prescription Exercises

• Introduction to Self-Healing Massage and Point Tapping Therapy. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 46 (p. 141-162).

Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate Self-Healing Massage and Point Tapping Therapy.

4. Healing Sound Prescription Exercises

• Introduction to Internal Organ Sound Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 43-50).

• Liver Healing Sound Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 51-54).

• Heart Healing Sound Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 55-58).

• Spleen Healing Sound Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 59-62).

• Lung Healing Sound Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 63-66).

• Kidney Healing Sound Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 66-69).

• Triple Burner Healing Sound Prescription. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 70-73).

• Combining Multiple Organ Healing Sound Prescriptions. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 74-75).

• Clinical Applications of Mantra Sounds. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 79-84).

• Energetic Point Prescription Sound Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 85-94).

• Internal Organ Cancer Prescription Sound Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 95-116).

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate the six Internal Organ Sound Prescription Exercises.

Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Applications of Mantra Sounds.

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate Energetic Point Prescription Sound Exercises.

Exam #11: Explain and Demonstrate Internal Organ Cancer Prescription Sound Exercises.

5. Ancient Daoist Wu Dang Regulation Prescription Exercises

• Medical Qigong Wu Dang Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 46 (p. 119-140)

6. The Treatment of Internal Organ Diseases - Yin (Zang) Organs

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Liver Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 48 (p. 191-232)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Heart Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 49 (p. 233-270)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Spleen and Pancreatic Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 50 (p. 271-312)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Lung Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 51 (p. 313-386)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Kidney Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 52 (p. 387-452)

Exam #12: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Liver Organ Diseases.

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Heart Organ Diseases.

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Spleen and Pancreatic Diseases.

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Lung Organ Diseases.

Exam #16: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Lung Organ Diseases.

Exam #17: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Kidney Organ Diseases.

7. The Treatment of Internal Organ Diseases - Yang (Fu) Organs

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Gall Bladder Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 53 (p. 455-483)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Small Intestine Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 54 (p. 485-502)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Stomach Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 55 (p. 503-549)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Large Intestine Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 56 (p. 551-582)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Urinary Bladder Organ Diseases. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 57 (p. 583-630)

Exam #18: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Gall Bladder Organ Diseases.

Exam #19: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Small Intestine Organ Diseases.

Exam #20: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Stomach Organ Diseases.

Exam #21: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Large Intestine Organ Diseases.

Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Urinary Bladder Organ Diseases.

8. Qi Emission Therapy for Treating Miscellaneous Disease Conditions

• Clinical Protocols Used to Treat Various Types of Headaches. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 58 (p. 633-652).

• Clinical Protocols Used to Treat Fibromyalgia. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 58 (p. 652-666).

• Clinical Protocols Used to Treat Parkinson’s Disease. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 58 (p. 667-678).

Exam #23: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols Used to Treat Various Types of Headaches.

Exam #24: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols Used to Treat Fibromyalgia.

Exam #25: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols Used to Treat Parkinson’s Disease.

Extra Material & Class Review to Date

 

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Therapist (Level T-5)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine:

Volume #2 and Volume #5)

1. Medical Qigong Dao Yin Training

• Introduction to Medical Qigong Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 15 (p. 263-267).

• Dao Yin Diagnostic Methods. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 15 (p. 268-270).

• The Three Schools of Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 15 (p. 271-276).

2. Medical Qigong Stationary Postural Dao Yin Training

• Introduction to Stationary Postural Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 277-281).

• The 18 Rules of roper Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 282-335).

• Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate how to Rectify Incorrect Postures, and explain why (i.e., the advantages) these corrections are important.

• Introduction to Static and Dynamic Posture Training. Choosing Proper Static Posture; Lying Postures; Sitting Postures; Standing Postures. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 336-349).

Exam #2: Choosing Proper Postures according to specific Diseased Conditions, and explain why (i.e., the advantages) these Posture Positions are important.

• Secret Training Used to Energetically Activating the Various Medical Qigong Hand Postures. Using the Energy of the Hands to Lead Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 350-368). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple.

• Secret Training Used to Energetically Combine Hand Postures with Prayers and Incantations.

Using the Jing, Qi and Shen to increase Qi Emission. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 369-371).

• Exam #3: Describe the specific Visualizations, Body Postures, Hand Postures, and Prayer Incantations used during the “One Through Ten” Preparation Meditation, and explain why it is so important.

3. Medical Qigong Moving Postural Dao Yin Training

• Introduction to Dynamic Postural Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 372-373).

• A Deeper Comprehension of Medical Qigong Self-Massage. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 374-378).

• The Band Heating Exercises. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 390-395).

• A Deeper Comprehension of Medical Qigong Hand Movements. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 379-381).

The Golden Ball Exercise. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 397-399).

• Exam #4: Describe the specific Visualizations, Body Postures, and Hand Postures of the Band Heating Exercises.

• Exam #5: Describe the specific Visualizations, Body Postures, and Hand Postures of the Golden Ball Exercise.

4. Medical Qigong Walking Training

• Introduction to Medical Qigong Walking Therapy. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 382-383).

• Daoist Circle Walking. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 383-384).

• Understanding Medical Qigong Walking Applications. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 385-398).

• Ending the Walking Therapy. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 16 (p. 398-400).

• Guo Lin Cancer Walking Applications. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 63 (p. 65-69).

• Exam #6: Describe specific Medical Qigong Walking Meditation Exercises, and explain when and why you would Prescribe it.

5. Medical Qigong Respiratory Dao Yin Training

• Introduction to Respiratory Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 401-410).

• The Link Between the Body, Breath, and Spirit (Heart/Mind). Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 410-412).

• The Channel’s Energetic Movement and the body’s Respiration. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 413-416).

• The True Essentials of Respiratory Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 410-412).

• Energetically Sealing the Respiration Qi Using Hand Seals. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 421-423). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple.

• Respiratory Tonification, Purgation and Regulation Methods. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 424-425).

• The Eight Dao Yin Breathing Techniques. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 17 (p. 426-442).

• Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate the Natural Breathing Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate the Long and Deep Breathing Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate the Reverse Abdominal Breathing Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate the Deep Exhalation Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #11: Explain and Demonstrate the Abdominal Breath Holding Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #12: Explain and Demonstrate the Windy Breathing Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate the Aspirating Breathing Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

• Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate the Hibernation Breathing Method; then describe when to practice it, and when it is Contraindicated

6. Medical Qigong Mental Dao Yin Training

• Introduction to Mental Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 18 (p. 443-452).

• Transforming The Mind. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 18 (p. 453-472).

• The True Essentials of Mental Dao Yin Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 18 (p. 473-484). True Transmission Teaching – From Master to Disciple.

• Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate Concentrating on Internal Objects

• Exam #16: Explain and Demonstrate Concentrating on External Objects

• Exam #17: Explain and Demonstrate Concentrating on both Internal and External Objects

• The Three Stages of Mental Concentration. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 18 (p. 485-496).

7. Rectifying Qi Deviations With Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to Qi Deviations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 499-502).

• Understanding and Correcting Postural Dao Yin Qi Deviations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 502-507).

• Understanding and Correcting Respiratory Dao Yin Qi Deviations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 508-510).

• Understanding and Correcting Mental Dao Yin Qi Deviations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 511-530).

• Exam #18: Explain the Qi Deviations associated with Improper Posture and how to correct them.

• Exam #19: Explain the Qi Deviations associated with Improper Respiration and how to correct them.

• Exam #20: Explain the Qi Deviations associated with Improper Shen (heart/Mind) and how to correct them.

• Exam #21: Explain and Demonstrate “the Energy Melting” Sitting Meditation

• Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate “the Sun and Moon” Sitting Meditation

• Exam #23: Explain and Demonstrate the “Releasing Emotional Blockages” Meditation

8. Soul Retrieval and Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to “Soul Loss.” Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 531-532).

• Understanding “Soul Retrieval.” Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 533-540).

• Introduction to Soul Retrieval Meditations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 541-542).

• The Soul Retrieval Meditations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 542-548).

• Exam #24: Explain “Soul Loss” and “Soul Retrieval”

• Exam #25: Describe the Wounding and Closing of the Shen (Heart/Mind) Prosess.

• Exam #26: Describe the Soul Retrieval Meditations

9. Treating Mental Qi Deviations With The Windows of Heaven Points

• Stressful Life Activities and Qi Deviation Formations. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 550-555).

• Treating Mental Qi Deviations With the Windows of Heaven Points. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 19 (p. 556-562).

• Exam #27: Describe the Death of the Boundary, and why it is essential to understand this natural process.

• Exam #28: Explain and Demonstrate the “Windows of Heaven” Points, and their Clinical Applications; as well as when it is appropriate to use it.

 

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Therapist (Level T-6)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine:

Volume #1 and Volume #3)

1. Developing Intuitive, and Perceptual Awareness

• Introduction to Intuitive Perception. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 3-7).

• Understanding Intuitive Diagnosis. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 7-13).

• Accessing Hidden Knowledge Stored within the Body’s Tissues. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 14-17).

• Perceptual Communication Training and Inner-Vision. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 18-26).

• Intuitive and Perceptual Meditation Exercise. A Review of the Eight Direction Perception Meditation, learned in P-2. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 27-29).

2. Intuitive and Perceptual Diagnosis Training

• Learning How to Diagnose and “Read” Energy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 30-35).

• Diagnosis By Observing Aura Fields. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 36-54).

• Long Distance Scanning, Reading, and Diagnosing. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 55-67).

• Faith Projection and Sacred Word Healing Incantations. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 68-80).

• Using Breath Incantations. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 81-85).

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate Diagnosis Based on Flat Palm Detection (Hand Sensing)

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate Diagnosis and Treatment Based on Cleaning the Taiji Pole

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate Diagnosis Based on Kinesthetic and Empathic Qi Absorption

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate Diagnosing Aura Fields

Exam #5: Explain and Demonstrate Long Distance Medical Qigong Therapy

Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate Faith Projection and Incantations; Breath Incantations

3. Applications of Intuitive and Perceptual Qi Diagnosis

• Additional Energy Diagnostic Modalities. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 21 (p. 86-90).

• Energizing Healing Paper and Cloth. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 105-107).

• Creating Talisman Water. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 108-111).

• Creating Healing Talismans. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 120-125).

• Combining Qi Emission Therapy With Moxa Therapy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 126-128).

• Combining Qi Emission Therapy With Herbal Therapy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 129-131); and V3, Ch. 24 (p. 185-200)

• Combining Qi Emission Therapy With Cupping Therapy. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 132-139).

Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate a Clinical Treatment using Qi Projection, Breath Incantations, and Healing Talismans; as well as the advantages and disadvantages of such a practice.

4. Introduction to Energetic Channels and Points Identification

• Introduction to the 15 Connecting Vessels. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 9 (p. 557-564).

• Introduction to the 12 Divergent Channels. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 9 (p. 565-568).

• Introduction to the 12 Muscle Tendon Channels. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 9 (p. 569-577).

• Introduction to the 12 Skin Zones. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 9 (p. 578-586).

• Introduction to the Body’s Energetic Points. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 10 (p. 587-609).

5. Introduction to Energetic Pattern Identification

• Introduction to Energetic Pattern Identification. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 607-609).

• Diagnosis By Visual Observation. Diagnosing based according to observing the patient’s Vitality, Body Type, Movement, Facial Color, Eyes, Ears, Tongue, Nails and Energetic Channels. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 610-629).

• Diagnosis By Listening. Diagnosing based according to listening to the patient’s Speech, Tone, Tempo, Words, Respiration, Cough, and Digestive System Noises. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 630-632).

• Diagnosis By Smelling. Diagnosing based according to smelling the patient’s Head, Breath, Torso, and Feet. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 633).

• Diagnosis By Palpation. Diagnosing based according to feeling the patient’s Pulse and Skin. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 634-644).

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate your understanding of Diagnostic Principles, based on Energetic Pattern Identification.

6. Diagnosis Based on Body Association

• Hand - Body Diagnosis. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 645-648).

• Foot - Body Diagnosis. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 649-650).

Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate Diagnostic Principles, based on the Energetic Pattern Identification of Hand - Body Diagnosis.

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate Diagnostic Principles, based on the Energetic Pattern Identification of Foot - Body Diagnosis.

7. Diagnosis Based on Questioning

• Introduction to Diagnosis based on Clinical Interrogation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 37 (p. 651-652).

Exam #11: Demonstrate a Clinical Intake; and Explain the Diagnostic Principles you prefer to use in order to ascertain the patient’s condition.

8. Introduction to Differential Diagnosis

• Introduction to Differential Diagnosis based on the Differentiation of Energetic Syndromes, The Three Star Period, and the Eight Miscellaneous Causes of Disease. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 38 (p. 653-664).

• Developing a Treatment Plan. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 38 (p. 665-672).

Exam #12: Explain and Demonstrate the 8 Step Process of Clinical Evaluation required before treating a patient.

9. Diagnosis According to the Eight Energetic Principles

• Introduction to Diagnosis based on the Differentiation of Yin and Yang, Internal and External, Cold and Hot, and Deficient and Excess Energetic. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 39 (p. 673-692).

10. Diagnosis According to the Energetic Dysfunctions of Qi, Blood, and Body Fluids

• Introduction to Diagnosis based on the Differentiation of various imbalances occurring within the body’s Qi, Blood, and Body Fluids. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 40 (p. 693-706).

• Various Types of Phlegm Formation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 40 (p. 707-712).

11. Diagnosis According to the Five Element Theories

• Introduction to Diagnosis based on the Differentiation of the Five Element Patterns. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 41 (p. 713-718).

• The Three Levels of Five Element Classifications. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 41 (p. 719-723).

• Secret Daoist Five Element Theory and Training. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 41 (p. 723-744).

• Five Element Energy Manifestation. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 41 (p. 744-750).

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate the Five Element Energy Manifestations, and what they reveal about the patient’s Internal Organ Energy.

12. Clinical Intake Forms

• Introduction to Completing Clinical Intake Forms. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 42 (p. 751-758).

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate Completing Clinical Intake Forms.

 

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Therapist (Level T-7)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #5)

1. Medical Qigong Therapy and Neurology

• Introduction to Neurology. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 70 (p. 309).

• Understanding Different Types of Stroke. The Symptoms, Etiology, and Degrees of Stroke Severity. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 70 (p. 310-323).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Different Types of Stroke. The Treatment of Tense, Flaccid, and Chronic Stroke Conditions. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 70 (p. 324-331).

• Understanding Coma. The Symptoms, Etiology, and Degrees of Coma Severity. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 70 (p. 332-334).

• Clinical Protocols for Treating Coma Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 70 (p. 335-338).

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Mild Strokes

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Flaccid Strokes-Yang Collapse

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Tense Strokes-Yin Collapse

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Facial Paralysis: Bell’s Palsy

Exam #5: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Hemiplegia-Unilateral-Paralysis

Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Paraplegia- Bilateral-Paralysis

Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Coma Patients

2. Medical Qigong Therapy and Geriatrics

• Introduction to Geriatrics. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 341-344).

• The Etiology of Aging, According to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 345-357).

• Various Symptoms of Old Age. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 358-375).

• The Two Main Priorities When Treating Elderly Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 376-377).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Different Types of Dementia. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 378-384).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Different Types of Vertigo. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 385-386).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Different Types of Arthritis. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 387-389).

• Medical Qigong Prescription Exercises used for Treating Arthritis in Elderly Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 390-399).

• Medical Qigong Prescription Exercises used for Treating Mental Focus in Elderly Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 71 (p. 400-404).

Exam #8: Explain the Two Main Priorities When Treating Elderly Patients

Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Different Types of Dementia; and their associated Prescription Exercises

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Different Types of Vertigo

Exam #11: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Different Types of Arthritis; and their associated Prescription Exercises

Exam #12: Explain and Demonstrate the Prescription Exercises used for increasing Mental Focus in Elderly Patients

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate Treating the Patient’s Emotional Stability,

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate “The Golden Ball Exercise”

3. Medical Qigong Therapy and Gynecology

• Introduction to Gynecology. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch.67 (p. 175-180).

• The Etiology and Pathology of Gynecological Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 180-187).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Dysmenorrhea. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 188-191).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Menoxenia. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 192-193).

• Understanding Uterine Complications and Abnormalities. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch.67 (p. 194-196).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Endometriosis. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 197-201).

• Understanding and Treating Miscarriage. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 202-207).

• Understanding and Treating Phantom Embryos. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 202-212).

• Understanding the Various Stages of Pregnancy. Before, During and After Childbirth. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 213-223).

• Understanding the Various Stages of Menopause. Before, During and After Menopause. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 224-233).

• Treating Menopause Conditions. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 67 (p. 233-240).

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Dysmenorrhea

Exam #16: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Menoxenia

Exam #17: Explain the various types of Miscarriages

Exam #18: Explain Treating Uterine Complications Due to Abortions

Exam #19: Explain and Demonstrate the Treatment associated with Phantom Embryos

Exam #20: Explain complications associated with Before, During, and After Childbirth

Exam #21: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Menopausal Yang or Excess Conditions

Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate Treating Menopausal Yin, or Deficiency Conditions

4. Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Breast Diseases

• Introduction to Breast Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 68 (p. 241-245).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Breast Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 68 (p. 246-254).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Breast Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 68 (p. 255-264).

Exam #23: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols associated with treating Breast Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

5. Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Ovarian, Uterine, and Cervical Diseases

• Introduction to Female Reproductive System Tumors and the Ovaries. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 265-274).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Ovarian Cysts, Tumors, and Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 275-281).

• Introduction to Female Reproductive System Tumors and Cancer of the Uterus. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 282-290).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Uterine Tumors and Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 291-295).

• Introduction to Female Reproductive System Tumors and Cancer of the Cervix. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 296-301).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Cervical Cysts, Tumors, and Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 301-306).

Exam #24: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Ovarian Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

Exam #25: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Uterus Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

Exam #26: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Cervix Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

6. Medical Qigong Therapy and Pediatric Diseases

• Introduction to Treating Children With Chinese Energetic Medicine. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 407-412).

• Etiology of Diseases Caused Within the Womb. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 412-419).

• Etiology of Diseases Caused Within Childhood. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 420-425).

• Etiology of Diseases Caused Within Adulthood. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 426).

• Introduction to Diagnosing Children With Chinese Energetic Medicine. Diagnosis based on the Baby’s Expression, Posture, Five Sense Organ, Skin Eruptions, Urine and Stool; as well as the Superficial Venules of the Index Finger, Body Associations, and Five Elements. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 427-440).

• Treating Children in the Medical Qigong Clinic. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 441-446).

• Various Clinical Protocols used to Treat Children. Treatments used to Boost a Child’s Immune System, and to Treat Diarrhea. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 447).

• Various Medical Qigong Homework Prescription Exercises used to improve a Child’s Intelligence. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 72 (p. 448-452).

Exam #27: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical methods associated with Diagnosing young Children.

Exam #28: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with Treating young Children.

 

 

Syllabus for Medical Qigong Therapist (Level T-8)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #5)

1. The History of Cancer Treatment in Ancient China

• Introduction and ancient History of Oncology in China. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 3-10).

• Understanding Cyst, Tumor and Cancer Formation. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 11-23).

• Understanding Cancer Terminology. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 24-27).

• Understanding Cancer Transformation Stages. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 28-34).

• Tumor and Cancer Etiology and Pathology According to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 35-48).

Exam #1: Explain the Three Types of Cancer Growth

Exam #2: Explain the Cancer Transformation Stages

Exam #3: Explain the Four Primary Forms of Cancer Metastasis

2. An Energetic Approach to Cancer Treatment

• An Energetic Approach to Treating Tumor Formations. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 49-53).

• Understanding Cancer Treatment Protocol Applications and Methods. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 54-57).

• Understanding the Methods of Cancer Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 58-64).

Exam #4: Explain the Three Primary Applications used in Cancer Treatment, and their specific clinical functions

Exam #5: Explain the Four Military Tactics of Siege Warfare, and how they are used in the clinic when treating Tumor formations.

Exam #6: Explain the Clinical Protocol used during Early Stage Cancer.

Exam #7: Explain the Clinical Protocol used during Intermediate Stage Cancer.

Exam #8: Explain the Clinical Protocol used during Advance Stage Cancer.

3. The Value of Cancer Support Groups

• Understanding the Need for Cancer Support Groups. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 63 (p. 65-78).

Exam #9: Explain the advantage of having a Cancer Support Group.

4. Using Medical Qigong Therapy with Radiation and Chemo Therapy

• Understanding Western Cancer Treatment Therapies. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 79-82).

• Combining Medical Qigong Therapy with Radiation Therapy. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 83-90).

• Understanding Cytotoxic Treatment Therapies. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 91-97).

• Combining Medical Qigong Therapy with Cytotoxic Treatment Therapies. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 97-103).

• Nutrition Therapy For Radiation and Chemotherapy Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 104-107).

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Radiation Therapy patients.

Exam #11: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Chemotherapy patients.

5. Treating Brain Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to the Brain. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 109-111).

• Understanding Brain Diseases. Introduction to Internal Infections, Brain Seizures, Brain Trauma, Stroke, and Brain Tumor Conditions. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 112-118).

• Understanding Various Types of Benign Brain Tumors. Introduction to Meningiomas, Gliomas, Craniopharyngiomas, Pineal Gland Tumors, and Intraventricular Tumor Conditions. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 119-123).

• Clinical Protocols Used For Treating Brain Tumors. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 124-136).

Exam #12: Explain the difference between an Ischemic Stroke, Intracerebral Hemorrhage, and a Ruptured Aneurysm.

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols associated with treating Brain Tumor patients; and its associated Homework Prescription Exercises.

6. Treating Bone Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to the Body’s Skeletal System and Bone Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 137-139).

• Introduction to Bone Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 140-144).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Bone Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 144-148).

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Bone Cancer patients; and its associated Prescription Exercises.

7. Treating Blood Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to Blood Cancer. Understanding various types of Leukemia. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 149-152).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Blood Cancer (Leukemia). Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 153-158).

• Introduction to Lymphoma. Understanding various types of Lymphoma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 159-163).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Lymphoma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 164-167).

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Blood Cancer patients; and its associated Prescription Exercises.

8. Treating Multiple Myeloma with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to Multiple Myeloma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 168).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Multiple Myeloma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 169-172).

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Multiple Myeloma patients; and its associated Prescription Exercises.

 

 

Syllabus for Master Of Medical Qigong (Level M-9)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #2)

1. Introduction to Chinese Energetic Alchemy and the Three Powers

• The Study of Alchemical Transformation in Chinese Energetic Medicine. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 11 (p. 3-8).

2. Introduction to the Three Treasures of Heaven (Sun, Moon and Stars)

• Defining Heaven Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 9-20).

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from the Sun. Introduction to ancient Daoist Exercises, Meditations, Talismans, and Elixirs, used to gather the Celestial Energies of the Sun into the body, in order to Nourish the Yang Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 21-46).

• Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises, Meditations, Talismans, and Elixirs used for gathering the Celestial Energies of the Sun; as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from the Moon. Introduction to ancient Daoist Exercises, Meditations, Talismans, and Elixirs, used to gather the Celestial Energies of the Moon into the body, in order to Nourish the Yin Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 47-62).

• Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises, Meditations, Talismans, and Elixirs used for gathering the Celestial Energies of the Moon); as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from the Stars. Introduction to ancient Daoist Exercises, Meditations, Talismans, and Elixirs, used to gather the Celestial Energies of the Stars and Planets into the body, in order to Nourish the Internal Organ Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 63-110).

• Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises, Meditations, Talismans, and Elixirs used for gathering the Celestial Energies of the Stars and Planets); as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

3. Introduction to the Three Treasures of Earth (Soil, Water and Wind)

• Defining Earth Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 13 (p. 111-126).

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from Mountains, Caves, Valleys and Deserts. Introduction to ancient Daoist Exercises and Meditations, used to gather the Terrestrial Energies of the Earth into the body, in order to Nourish the Internal Organ Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 127-146).

• Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises and Meditations used for Gathering and Cultivating Energy from Mountains, Caves, Valleys and Deserts); as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from Nature (Herbs, Plants, Bushes, Trees, and Flowers). Introduction to ancient Daoist Exercises and Meditations, used to gather the various energies of Nature into the body, in order to Nourish the Internal Organ Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 147-164).

• Exam #5: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises and Meditations used for Gathering and Cultivating Energy from Nature (Herbs, Plants, Bushes, Trees, and Flowers); as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from various forms of Water (Dew, Fog, Clouds, Rain, Well Water, Rivers, Streams, Lakes, and Oceans). Introduction to ancient Daoist Techniques and Meditations, used to gather the various energies of Water into the body, in order to Nourish the Internal Organ Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 165-179).

• Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises and Meditations used for Gathering and Cultivating Energy from Water (Dew, Fog, Clouds, Rain, Well Water, Rivers, Streams, Lakes, and Oceans); as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

• Gathering and Cultivating Energy from special forms of Wind (Warm, Cool, Damp, or Dry). Introduction to ancient Daoist Techniques, Meditations and Talismans, used to gather and/or control the various energies of Wind for Energetic Cultivation and Internal Organ Yin and Yang Regulation. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 12 (p. 180-196).

• Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate the various Exercises and Meditations used for Gathering and Cultivating Energy from Wind (Warm, Cool, Damp, or Dry); as well as the appropriate Time for Cultivation, and the Contraindications associated with this particular practice.

4. Introduction to the Three Treasures of Man (Essence, Energy, and Spirit)

• Defining the “Energy of “Man.” Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 197-201).

• Understanding Prenatal and Postnatal Jing. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 202-207).

• Understanding Prenatal and Postnatal Qi. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 208-225).

• Understanding Prenatal and Postnatal Shen. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 226-238).

• Exam #8: Explain the various energetic properties of Prenatal Jing, Qi, and Shen; and how to enhance and internally cultivate their energetic properties.

• Exam #9: Explain the various energetic properties of Postnatal Jing, Qi, and Shen; and how to enhance and internally cultivate their energetic properties.

• Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate the skill of palpating and Diagnosing the body’s five subtle levels of energy.

5. Training the Six Transportation of Shen

• Introduction to the Six Transportations of Shen. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 239-240).

• The “Observing the Present” Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 241-242).

• The “Comprehending the Past and Observing the Future” Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 243-246).

• The “Comprehending a Person’s Thoughts” Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 246-248).

• The “Perceiving a Person’s Destiny” Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 248-250).

• The “Hearing the Sounds of the Universe” Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 250-255).

• The “Examining the Universe” Training. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 14 (p. 256-257).

 

 

Syllabus for Master Of Medical Qigong (Level M-10)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #1, Volume #4, and Volume #3)

1. The Clinical Applications of the Five Energies of the Human Body

• Introduction to the Five Types of Cellular Energies. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 4 (p. 193-195).

• Healing the Body with Sound Energy Resonances. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 4 (p. 195-210).

• Healing the Body with Light Energy Resonances. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 4 (p. 211-229).

• Healing the Body with Heat. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 4 (p. 229-234).

• Healing the Body with Electricity. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 4 (p. 234-236).

• Exam #1: Explain the Five Types of Cellular Energies.

• Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate Audible, Sub-Audible, and Inaudible Tone Vibration.

• Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate the Five Element Voices

• Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate the Eight Colors of Light Projection, and their energetic effect on the body’s tissues, food that we eat, and the clothe that we wear.

• Exam #5: Explain the importance of the body’s “Three Fires,” and how they are energetically different from the body’s Triple Burners.

2. The Body’s Center Core Taiji Pole, 3 Dantians, and 12 Chakra Gates

• Introduction to the most subtle energies of the body’s Taiji Pole. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 237-241).

• The Masks and Defense Mechanisms the surround the Center Core Taiji Pole. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 242-243).

• Meditating on the Taiji Pole. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 243-244).

• The body’s Six External Transpersonal Points located on the Taiji Pole. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 248-255).

• The Taiji Pole and the body’s Internal Chakra System. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 256-270).

• Exam #6: Explain the importance and Energetic Significance of the body’s Center Core Taiji Pole.

• Exam #7: Explain the importance and Energetic Significance of the Masks and Defense Mechanisms that surround the Center Core Taiji Pole.

• Exam #8: Explain the importance and Energetic Significance of the body’s Soul Star and Earth Star, connected to the Center Core Taiji Pole.

3. The Body’s Twelve Chakra Gates

• Introduction to the most subtle energies of the body’s Twelve Chakra Gates. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 273-277).

• Reconstructing a Damaged Chakra Gate. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 278-279).

• Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate Reconstructing a Damaged Chakra Gate.

4. The Body’s Three Dantians

• Introduction to the most subtle energies of the body’s Three Dantians. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 280-283).

• Energizing the Nine Gates of the body’s Lower Dantian. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 284-294).

• Energizing the Nine Gates of the body’s Middle Dantian. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 294-302).

• Energizing the Nine Gates of the body’s Upper Dantian. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 302-314).

• The Nine Seven Secret Energetic Portals of the Upper Dantian. Reading Assignment: V1, Ch. 5 (p. 315).

• Exam #10: Explain how to energize the Nine Gates of the body’s Lower Dantian.

• Exam #11: Explain how to energize the Nine Gates of the body’s Middle Dantian.

• Exam #12: Explain how to energize the Nine Gates of the body’s Upper Dantian.

5. Introduction to Clinical Applications Using Medical Qigong and Healing Stones

• The Secret Energetic Powers of Rocks and Gems. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 141-143).

• The Ancient History and uses of Energetic Rocks. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 144-157).

• The Clinical Applications of Quartz Crystals. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 158-164).

• Energetically Activating Healing Stone. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 164-169).

6. Five Element Healing Stones

• Introduction to the Secret Teachings of the Five Elements, and the Three Primary Laws of the Five Elements. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 170-176).

• The Various Energetic Colors of Healing Stones and their affect on the body’s tissues. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 177-178).

• Various Gem Stone Remedies, and Clinical Healing Elixirs. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 23 (p. 179-183).

• Exam #13: Explain the Three Primary Laws of the Five Elements.

• Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate how to energetically Activate the Healing Stones.

• Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate the various placements of the Five Element Stones on the body; and the energetic effects generated on the Internal Organs.

• Exam #16: Explain and Demonstrate how to create Gem Elixirs, and the importance of their various Clinical Applications.

• Exam #17: Explain and Demonstrate how to use the Five Element Stones for various Clinical Applications.

7. Using The Energy of Healing Stones - Like Acupuncture Needles

• Learning to use the “Heavenly Needle.” Introduction to Energetically Imprinting special Treatment Stones, used as Acupuncture Needles. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 22 (p. 112-119).

• Learning to use the Healing Stone like an “Invisible Needle.” Review of Basic Invisible Needle Manipulation Techniques. Reading Assignment: V3, Ch. 27 (p. 310-312).

• Exam #18: Explain and Demonstrate how to energetically Imprint, Activate, and Utilize a Healing Stone as an Energetic Needle.

8. Using Herbs and Nutrition to Treat Internal Organ Diseases

• Introduction to Diet and Nutrition in Chinese Energetic Medicine. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 22 (p. 717-722).

Diet and Cancer Therapy. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 60 (p. 722-739).

9. Using Medical Qigong Therapy With Surgical Procedures

• Introduction to Surgery. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 679-688).

• Using Medical Qigong Therapy With Surgery. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 688-703).

• Medical Qigong Therapy and Internal Organ Transplantation. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 704-705).

• Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Phantom Pains. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 706-708).

• Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Scar Tissue Formations. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 709-716).

• Exam #19: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat a Pre-Operation Patient.

• Exam #20: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat a Post-Operation Patient.

• Exam #21: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat Phantom Pains.

• Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat Scar Tissue Formation.

 

 

Syllabus for Master Of Medical Qigong (Level M-11)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #5)

1. Introduction to the Clinical Applications of Energetic Psychology

• Understanding the Body’s Essence Spirits. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 455-457).

• The Effects of Thoughts and Emotions on the Tissues. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 457-463).

• The Five Yin Organs Memory of Trauma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 484)

2. The Five Yin Organ Emotional Response

• Excessive Anger Injures the Liver Qi. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 464-467).

• Excessive Excitement Injures the Heart Qi. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 468-470).

• Excessive Worry Injures the Spleen Qi. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 471-472).

• Excessive Sadness and Grief Injures the Lung Qi. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 473-476).

• Excessive Fear and Fright Injures the Kidney Qi. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 477-479).

3. Healing With The Five Element Emotional Cycles

• The Emotional Patterns of the Five Element Creative Cycle. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 480).

• The Emotional Patterns of the Five Element Reversing Cycle. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 481).

• The Emotional Patterns of the Five Element Controlling Cycle. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 482).

• The Emotional Patterns of the Five Element Insulting Cycle. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 483).

4. Healing the Patient’s Five Jing Shen Disorders via the Five Shu Points

• Releasing Emotional Patterns via stimulating special Five Jing Shen Points. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 485-486).

• Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate the various treatments associated with Releasing Emotional Patterns via stimulating the Five Jing Shen Points.

5. Treating Minor Psychological Disorders

• Disassociating from Emotional Fear Based Patterns via Channel Point Therapy. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 487-491).

• Performing the “Beating The Bag” Exercise, in order to Disperse Liver Qi Stagnation. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 492-494).

• Performing the “Dry Crying” Exercise, in order to Disperse Lung Qi Stagnation. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 495-498).

• Performing the “Old Man and Tide Pool” Exercise, in order to “Reawaken” someone with a Closed Shen (Heart/Mind). Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 499).

• Performing the “Magistrates Calling the Emperor to Task” Clinical Protocol, in order to “Reawaken” someone with a Closed Shen (Heart/Mind). Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 500-501).

• Performing the “Releasing Emotional Blockages and Energetic Armoring” Meditation, in order to “Reawaken” someone with a Closed Shen (Heart/Mind). Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 502).

• Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate the various treatments associated with helping a patient Disassociate from Emotional Fear Based Patterns via Channel Point Therapy.

• Exam #3: Explain its energetic function and Demonstrate the “Beating The Bag” Exercise.

• Exam #4: Explain its energetic function and Demonstrate the “Dry Crying” Exercise.

• Exam #5: Explain its energetic function and Demonstrate the “Old Man and Tide Pool” Exercise.

• Exam #6: Explain its energetic function and Demonstrate the “Magistrates Calling the Emperor to Task” Clinical Protocol.

• Exam #7: Explain the energetic function of the “Releasing Emotional Blockages and Energetic Armoring” Meditation.

6. Assigning Qigong Homework According to a Patient’s Emotional Temperament

• The Four Personality Traits of Clinical Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 503-506).

• Exam #8: Explain the Four Personality Traits of Clinical Patients.

7. Emotional Alchemy and Spiritual Transformation

• Understanding the body’s Three Core Channels. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 73 (p. 507-510).

• Exam #9: Explain the body’s Three Core Channels and Six Realms.

 

 

Syllabus for Master Of Medical Qigong (Level M-12)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #2)

1. Introduction to the Treating Spiritual Disorders in the Clinic

• Understanding Clinical Safety and Spiritual Protection. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 563-565).

• Precautions against absorbing the Toxic Energy discharged within the Clinic. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 565-569).

• Exam #1: Explain the various effects of patient’s body, while they are under the influence of a powerful Psychic Attack.

• Exam #2: Explain the need and Demonstrate the various types Purification and Banishing Applications that can be used in the clinic in order to effectively clear and clean the doctor’s Healing Space.

2. Introduction to Spirit Pathology

• Discerning between a real “Spiritual Crisis” and the projected delusional fantasies of a delusional Mind. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 587-589).

3. Clinical Treatments for patients with “Spirit and Ghost Hallucinations”

• An Introduction to treating Shen (Heart/Mind) Disorders with Medical Qigong Therapy. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 590-593).

• Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate the various types treatments used for patients with Shen (Heart/Mind) Disorders.

4. Dealing With Spirit Parasites in the Medical Qigong Clinic

• An Introduction to Spirit Parasites and various types of Psychic Attacks. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 594-599).

• Exam #4: Explain the various energetic manifestations that indicate powerful Psychic Attack is in progress.

• Exam #5: Explain how and why a Negative Spirit Entity will attack an individual’s body, energy and mind.

5. Performing a Clinical Exorcism

• An Introduction to ascertaining the specific type of Spirit Entity possessing the patient’s body, and necessary stages needed in order to remove it from their tissues. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 600-606).

• What to do after encountering and treating a Spirit Possessed Patient, and specific precautions needed when returning home. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 606-607).

• Exam #6: Explain and demonstrate how to ascertain the specific type of Spirit Entity possessing the patient’s body, and necessary stages needed to remove it from the patient’s body.

• Exam #7: Explain and demonstrate the specific precautions needed after encountering and treating a Spirit Possessed Patient.

6. Treating Patients Using the 13 Ghost Points

• An Introduction to treating a patient using the 13 Ghost Points. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 608-614).

Exam #8: Explain and demonstrate the clinical applications of the 13 Ghost Points.

7. Spirit Pathology and Using Sacred Seals

• An Introduction to treating a patient using Sacred Seals. Reading Assignment: V2, Ch. 20 (p. 615-619).

Exam #9: Explain and demonstrate the clinical applications of Sacred Seals.

 

 

Syllabus for Doctor Of Medical Qigong (Level D-13)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #4 and Volume #5)

1. Review of the History of Cancer Treatment in Ancient China (Previously Introduced in T-8)

• Introduction and ancient History of Oncology in China. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 3-10).

• Understanding Cyst, Tumor and Cancer Formation. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 11-23).

• Understanding Cancer Terminology. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 24-27).

• Understanding Cancer Transformation Stages. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 28-34).

• Tumor and Cancer Etiology and Pathology According to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 61 (p. 35-48).

Exam #1: Explain Cyst Formation According to Ancient Chinese Medicine

Exam #2: Explain the Yin and Yang Categorization of Cysts

Exam #3: Explain the Eight Types of Cyst Formation

Exam #4: Explain the Seven Types of Benign Tumor Formation

Exam #5: Explain the Five Modern Classifications of Tumors

Exam #6: Explain Benign Tumor Formation

Exam #7: Explain Malignant Tumor Formation

Exam #8: Explain the Six Types of Cancer Categorization

Exam #9: Explain the Three Types of Cancer Growth

Exam #10: Explain the Four Stages of Cancer Cell Transformation

Exam #11: Explain the Four Stages of Cancer Metastasis

Exam #12: Explain the T.C.M. Perspective on Tumor and Cancer Formation; And describe both Internal and External Contributing Factors

2. Understanding Cancer Treatment

• An Energetic Approach to Treating Tumor Formations. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 49-53).

• Understanding Cancer Treatment Protocol Applications and Methods. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 54-57).

Exam #13: Explain and Demonstrate Purgation Applications used in Cancer Treatment, and their specific clinical functions

Exam #14: Explain and Demonstrate Tonification Applications used in Cancer Treatment, and their specific clinical functions

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate Regulation Applications used in Cancer Treatment, and their specific clinical functions

Exam #16: Explain Doctor Lu’s Five Important Steps used in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment; and their specific clinical functions

Exam #17: Explain and Demonstrate the Four Military Tactics of Siege Warfare, and how they are used in the clinic when treating Tumor formations.

Exam #18: Explain the Clinical Protocol used during Early Stage Cancer.

Exam #19: Explain the Clinical Protocol used during Intermediate Stage Cancer.

Exam #20: Explain the Clinical Protocol used during Advance Stage Cancer.

Exam #21: Demonstrate the Six main Clinical Protocols used during Advance Stage Cancer Treatment.

3. Understanding Cancer Prescription Exercises

• Understanding the Methods of Cancer Prescription Exercises. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 58-61).

• Internal Organ Cancer Prescription Sound Exercises. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 45 (p. 95-116).

Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate the Four Main Cancer Prescription Methods used during Cancer Treatment.

Exam #23: Explain and Demonstrate the Three Methods of Walking Therapy.

Exam #24: Explain the Three Primary Factors used for choosing proper Cancer Prescription Exercises

Exam #25: Explain the reasons why a Tumor may suddenly stop shrinking

Exam #26: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Brain Tumors.

Exam #27: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Nasopharyngeal Tumors.

Exam #28: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Esophageal Cancer.

Exam #29: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Breast Tumors.

Exam #30: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Lung Cancer.

Exam #31: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Stomach Cancer.

Exam #32: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Spleen/Pancreatic Cancer.

Exam #33: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Liver/Gall Bladder Cancer.

Exam #34: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Small Intestine Cancer.

Exam #35: Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Large Intestine or Colorectal Cancer.

Exam #36: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Urinary Bladder Cancer.

Exam #37: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Prostate/Testicular Cancer.

Exam #38: Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Ovarian, Uterine, and Cervical Cancer.

Exam #39: Explain and Demonstrate the Healing Sound Method for treating Skin Cancer.

4. The Value of Cancer Support Groups

• Understanding the Need for Cancer Support Groups. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 62 (p. 61-64).

• Social Oncology For Cancer Treatment. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 63 (p. 65-78).

Exam #40: Explain the advantage of working with other Medical Professionals and Clinical Oncologists

Exam #41: Explain the advantage of having a Cancer Support Group.

Exam #42: Demonstrate Different Variations of Guo Lin Cancer Recovery Qigong Walking Therapy

Exam #43: Explain the three advantages of Social Oncology

Exam #44: Explain the Six Week Evaluation

Exam #45: Explain the Counselor Characteristics required in Social Oncology

Exam #46: Explain the Emotional Components of Tumor Formation

 

 

Syllabus for Doctor Of Medical Qigong (Level D-14)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #4 and Volume #5)

1. Using Medical Qigong Therapy with Radiation Therapy

• Understanding Radiation Treatment Therapy. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 79-82).

• When Radiation Treatment Should Not Be Used. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p.82).

• Combining Medical Qigong Therapy with Radiation Therapy. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 83-90).

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Radiation Therapy Patients.

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate the Homework Prescription Exercises associated with treating Radiation Therapy Patients

2. Using Medical Qigong Therapy with Chemo Therapy

• Understanding Cytotoxic Treatment Therapies. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 91-93).

• When Radiation Treatment Should Not Be Used. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p.94-96).

• Combining Medical Qigong Therapy with Cytotoxic Treatment Therapies. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 97-103).

3. Herb and Nutrition Therapy For Cancer Patients

• Nutrition Therapy For Radiation and Chemotherapy Patients. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 64 (p. 104-108).

• Diet and Cancer Therapy. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 60 (p. 717-739).

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Chemo Therapy patients.

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate the Homework Prescription Exercises associated with treating Chemo Therapy patients.

Exam #5: Explain Nutritional Approaches, Juices, Broths, and various Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients who are receiving Radiation Therapy and/or Chemo Therapy.

Exam #6: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Brain Tumors.

Exam #7: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Nasopharyngeal Cancer.

Exam #8: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Esophageal Cancer.

Exam #9: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Breast Cancer.

Exam #10: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Lung Cancer.

Exam #11: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Liver Cancer.

Exam #12: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Ovarian Cancer.

Exam #13: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Uterine Cancer.

Exam #14: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Cervical Cancer.

Exam #15: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Prostate Cancer.

Exam #16: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Bladder Cancer.

Exam #17: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Colon Cancer.

Exam #18: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Leukemia.

Exam #19: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Lymphoma.

Exam #20: List various Herbs and Herbal Supplements used for supporting patients with Multiple Melanoma.

4. Using Medical Qigong Therapy With Cancer Surgery Procedures

• Review of Surgery. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 679-688).

• Review of using Medical Qigong Therapy With Surgery. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 688-703).

• Review of Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Phantom Pains. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 706- 708).

• Review of Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Scar Tissue Formations. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 59 (p. 709-716).

• Exam #21: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat a Pre-Operation Patient.

• Exam #22: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat a Post-Operation Patient.

• Exam #23: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat Phantom Pains.

• Exam #24: Explain and Demonstrate how to treat Scar Tissue Formation.

 

 

Syllabus for Doctor Of Medical Qigong (Level D-15)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #4)

1. Medical Qigong Treatments For Internal Organ Cancer (Part #1)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Liver Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 48 (p. 191-232)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Spleen/Pancreatic Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 50 (p. 271-312)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Lung Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 51 (p. 313-386)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Kidney Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 52 (p. 387-452)

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Liver Cancer.

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Spleen/Pancreatic Cancer.

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Lung Cancer.

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Lung Cancer.

Exam #5: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Kidney Cancer.

2. The Treatment of Internal Organ Cancer (Part #2)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Gall Bladder Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 53 (p. 455-483)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Small Intestine Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 54 (p. 485-502)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Stomach Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 55 (p. 503-549)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Large Intestine Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 56 (p. 551-582)

• Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Urinary Bladder Cancer. Reading Assignment: V4, Ch. 57 (p. 583-630)

Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Gall Bladder Cancer.

Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Small Intestine Cancer.

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Stomach Cancer.

Exam #9: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Large Intestine Cancer.

Exam #10: Explain and Demonstrate Medical Qigong Therapy used for Treating Urinary Bladder Cancer.

Class Review to Date

 

 

Syllabus for Doctor Of Medical Qigong (Level D-16)

(Required Textbooks: The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine: Volume #5)

1.Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Breast Diseases

• Introduction to Breast Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 68 (p. 241-245).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Breast Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 68 (p. 246-254).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Breast Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 68 (p. 255-264).

Exam #1: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols associated with treating Breast Cysts, Breast Tumors and Breast Cancer.

2.Medical Qigong Therapy and Treating Ovarian, Uterine, and Cervical Diseases

• Introduction to Female Reproductive System - Tumors of the Ovaries. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 265-274).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Ovarian Cysts, Tumors, and Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 275-281).

• Introduction to Female Reproductive System Tumors - Cancer of the Uterus. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 282-290).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Uterine Tumors and Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 291- 295).

• Introduction to Female Reproductive System Tumors - Cancer of the Cervix. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 296-301).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Cervical Cysts, Tumors, and Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 69 (p. 301-306).

Exam #2: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Ovarian Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

Exam #3: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Uterus Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

Exam #4: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Cervix Cysts, Tumors and Cancer.

3.Treating Brain Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to the Brain. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 109-111).

• Review of Brain Diseases. Introduction to Internal Infections, Brain Seizures, Brain Trauma, Stroke, and Brain Tumors. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 112-118).

• Understanding Various Types of Benign Brain Tumors. Introduction to Meningiomas, Gliomas, Craniopharyngiomas, Pineal Gland Tumors, and Intraventricular Tumor Conditions. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 119-123).

• Clinical Protocols Used For Treating Brain Tumors. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 65 (p. 124-136).

Exam #5: Explain the difference between an Ischemic Stroke, Intracerebral Hemorrhage, and a Ruptured Aneurysm.

Exam #6: Explain and Demonstrate Clinical Protocols associated with treating Brain Tumor patients; and its associated Homework Prescription Exercises.

4.Treating Bone Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to the Body’s Skeletal System and Bone Diseases. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 137-139).

• Introduction to Bone Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 140-144).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Bone Cancer. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 144-148).

Exam #7: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Bone Cancer patients; and its associated Prescription Exercises.

5.Treating Blood Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to Blood Cancer. Understanding various types of Leukemia. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 149-152).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Blood Cancer (Leukemia). Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 153-158).

• Introduction to Lymphoma. Understanding various types of Lymphoma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 159-163).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Lymphoma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 164-167).

Exam #15: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Blood Cancer patients; and its associated Prescription Exercises.

6.Treating Multiple Myeloma with Medical Qigong Therapy

• Introduction to Multiple Myeloma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 168).

• Clinical Protocols used for Treating Multiple Myeloma. Reading Assignment: V5, Ch. 66 (p. 169-172).

Exam #8: Explain and Demonstrate the Clinical Protocols associated with treating Multiple Myeloma patients; and its associated Prescription Exercises.

7. Review and Final Exam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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