Awakening Light Gong guides us to connect with the Spiritual Light, gently and safely filling each chakra with its healing power. For centuries, people have sought methods of opening to the light.
Master Liang, Guang Hua, trained as a small boy by the monks of Pu Ji Si Temple in China, studied spiritual and healing practices throughout China for many years. He ultimately created the intensely powerful Awakening Light Gong form, drawing on Tibetan Secret Buddhism, Taoism, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
“The Spiritual Light, the life-force of the Universe, is the light that can never be extinguished.”
—Master Liang, Guang Hua
“This is the awakening
time for human beings.”
Master Liang, Guang Hua
Awakening Gong Light taps into the animating life force of all spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical activity in the universe. Awakening Light Gong is emitted continuously from the sun and the stars and its healing properties are natural and vast!
Awakening Light Gong healing properties can be applied to your mind and body no matter where you are in the world, or what you’re doing!
We believe that the body’s natural state of wellness should come without a list of varied products to buy, and demands on our clients who simply want to feel better, be more balanced in mind and body and desire to live their best life.
Although we refer to Awakening Light Gong as a qigong form, it is technically a “light gong” form – a form that connects us directly to the light, rather than to the qi (which comes from the light). The result is a practice with amazing and rapid healing power.
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Both the sitting and standing parts of Awakening Light Gong use mantras, mudras (hand positions), visualization, and sacred music. The practitioner quickly finds that the form is working on the deepest levels of mind, body, and spirit. Students report that they have more energy and life seems much easier to live. “I feel as though my heart is singing,” said one student. Students often speak of a sense of joy, of inner calm, that comes from practicing Awakening Light Gong. It is within that place of inner calm that healing can happen.
Awakening Light Gong is exceptionally easy to learn and can be practiced by people with a variety of physical abilities. In my experience as teacher of many forms, I find that Awakening Light Gong is the form that people most often continue to practice on their own, inspired by ease of mastery and rapid effects.
During the 1990’s, Master Liang asked Professor Chen, Hui Xian to bring Awakening Light Gong to the West but cautioned her to practice secretly for 10 years before bringing it out in public.
“Now I understand Master Liang’s request,” explains Professor Chen, “he knew then that it would take another 10 years for the Westto be ready for Awakening Light Gong. Truly, the awakening time has now arrived for all people.”
Note: Awakening Light Gong is not appropriate for those with a history of mental illness.
Qigong is a set of visualizations accompanied by gentle physical movements. “Qi”: is the Chinese word for the vital force energy in our bodies. “Gong” is the ability, developed with practice, to move the vital force energy in our bodies.
There are likely thousands of qigong styles, schools, traditions, forms, and lineages, each with practical applications and different theories about Qi (“subtle breath” or “vital energy”) and Gong (“skill cultivated through steady practice”).
Why do we want to move the qi in our bodies? According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are channels in the body through which qi flows; a person is healthy when the qi is able to move freely along these channels (“meridians”). Illness occurs when blockages build up; clearing the meridians to allow the free flow of qi is necessary for the restoration of health.
Qigong, like acupuncture, helps to clear the channels, thereby making the restoration and maintainance of health possible. Unlike acupuncture, Qigong is completely in the control of the practitioner; it allows a person to heal him or herself.
Health in Traditional Chinese Medicine includes Mind, Body, and Spirit. In truth, Mind, Body, and Spirit can never be separated.
Therefore, people who practice Qigong soon discover improvements in their emotional well-being and mental abilities, as well as improvements in their physical condition.