QiGong Master Liu Jianshe coming from China
QiGong Master Liu Jianshe will visit Kokolulu Farm in Hawi Jan. 6-10. This is his first visit to the U.S. and he will be teaching Zhineng Qigong methods Levels 1 and 2 and offering healing circles in the evenings.
Liu Jianshe worked for many years at the Huaxia Qigong Centre (also known as the Medicine-less Hospital). He trained with Dr. Pang Ming, and eventually became head of the Recovery Unit. He has spread ZQ throughout China, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, UK, Germany and South Africa.
“He has witnessed many marvels of healing with his own eyes. He feels Qigong can bring hope to humanity and harmony to the world,” said Lew Whitney of Kokolulu Farm.
The master and his staff operate the Hexianiu QiGong Centre on Hainan Island, China.
In ZQ, the patients/practitioners learn the exercises to help themselves prevent or heal whatever illness they have using their energy to speed up the process.
Jianshe also will be giving a public talk at Tutu’s House Jan. 3, and at Kokolulu Jan. 4, both from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
He will be teaching a week-long workshop while he is at Kokolulu Farm. For details, please call 889-9893 or visit www.kokolulu.org. Proceeds benefit Kokolulu’s Cancer Retreats and the center in China.
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