Where do I begin? What an amazing evening. I had been worried about Master Li’s plane arriving as scheduled. I wasn’t fully sure what to expect from a style, or an approach, to Qigong that I haven’t personally practiced. However, I couldn’t have been more pleased with the entire event.
Master Li spoke of practicing love and happiness, and projecting that love out to the universe. Over the course of the three hours, it became clear that he not only talked the talk, but walked the walk. He presented with thoughtfulness and enthusiasm. The best part has been having so many people approach me afterward to say how much they enjoyed it. I love it because I know that we all pursue Taiji and Qigong with different outlooks and purposes, but we’re connected by a true positive energy. I feel so fortunate to be surrounded by such wonderful people.
When it was time to work with the Kungfu group, Master Li changed modes. As the coach of the Chinese national Wushu team, he’s seen it all at the highest levels of martial arts mastery. When it was time to watch our young team of enthusiastic practitioners, he gave each student his full and undivided attention. He made observations about what each student did well and gave both big picture and small detail corrections that each could use on their journey to mastery.
Thank you Master Li for your direction and thank you Master Jiang for organizing this wonderful opportunity.
Master Li Jun Feng : Sheng Zhen Qi Gong
Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as “the qigong of Unconditional Love.” It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or “qi” and gather positive healing energy. The movements and contemplations of Sheng Zhen Gong help re-create that deep sense of inner peace we experienced as small children. As the body softens, and negative emotions are released, one experiences a feeling of perfect harmony with the universe.
Sheng Zhen Gong has three functions. It strengthens the body, calms the mind by removing negative emotions, and opens the heart. With regular practice, one experiences a renewed sense of joy and purpose, a deeper understanding of life, and more compassion for oneself and others.
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Check out the videos below to see Master Li Jun Feng in action!
Some of Master Li’s Bagua Zhang from the move “Wu Lin Zhi” (AKA “Deadly Fury” 1983).
Master Li can be seen here coaching the Beijing Wushu Team (with Jet Li) at the 0:50 mark.
Eastover Estate and Retreat
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