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Medical Qigong Class Part II

12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts, and 14 Dragons

February 21-23, 2020

$325

Raleigh, NC (Location TBA)

NCALB for 15 CEUs under adjunctive therapies

 

12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts and 14 Dragons Medical Qigong Program Part II  –  Paul Fraser

I am happy to announce that Paul Fraser has developed a Medical Qigong Class Part 2 – 12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts and 14 Dragons.  This class is a continuation of his previous teachings with all new material.  However, you do not have to have taken his previous classes.  This can be taken as a stand alone and is offered during one weekend.  Please read the following description of the class and see if you would be interested in taking part.  There will be some cultivation included, which is described below as well.  Please don’t hesitate to email or call me with questions you may have.  The class will take place in Raleigh, NC,   February 21-23rd, 2020.  It will begin at 5 pm -8 pm on Friday and continue Saturday and Sunday 9-5 pm, and is approved by the NCALB for 15 CEUs under adjunctive therapies.  The cost is $325.

To learn more about Paul Fraser and the breadth of his knowledge and experience, please go to www.paulfraserqigong.net to read more about him.  I can personally testify to the benefits of his teaching and healing skills.  I have been a student of Paul’s for 10 years and my patients have certainly benefited from the addition of medical qigong to their acupuncture treatments. 

From a Qigong perspective, the effects of traumatic experiences can prevent healing energy from penetrating the body and mind, holding a person in stasis, unable to heal illness, emotional imbalance and evolve to his/her potential.



Qi theory recognizes that all things, substances, experiences and knowledge act as conduits of vibration.  These vibrations, once assimilated though the nervous system, either promote and enhance Life Force (this is beyond merely “Qi,” this is the portion of the soul responsible for animating the body and seeing to each individual’s personal evolution) or weaken and negate it.  As human beings, we assimilate both life-enhancing and life-negating vibrations many times each day.  The overall positive Qi we assimilate generally will correct the imbalances created by life-negating vibrations and, for the most part, most people remain relatively healthy and emotionally balanced.  When traumatic experiences occur, however, these vibrations are often so powerful and shocking that they have more strength than a person’s healthy Qi, and serve to cover or mute a person’s Life Force, preventing healing and personal growth.



Trauma often manifests from the outside and is made strong, unwillingly and unwittingly, from the inside:  A single or series of event(s) take place, shocking Life Force into a state of near paralysis.  From there, a person’s perceptions, intelligence, creativity and thought process (part of the soul known as The Roaming Spirit) are wounded, preventing an otherwise healthy person from mustering the strength to expel these harmful vibrations and strengthening life-enhancing Qi, restoring a person to his/her Path of evolution.



12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts, and 14 Dragons refer to specific gates in the body (called, in the West, “points”) that expel harmful, life-negating vibrations, and strengthen life and evolutionary enhancing vibrations.



14 Dragons are used to expel the vibration of the original trauma.

13 Ghosts are used to expel the vibrations resulting from altered perceptions and thought processes resulting from trauma.

12 Spirits are used to strengthen Life Force, restoring it to its rightful, indomitable state, a state of calm, creativity, clarity and balance.



Aspects of the Soul:



Life Force: The animating presence of the human body.  It gives directions to autonomic functions such as heart beat, respiration, metabolism, healing, growth, aging and development.



The Roaming Spirit: Aspects of us that are intangible but are, nonetheless, real.  These include likes, dislikes, intelligence, personality, sense of humor, creativity, memory, intuition, talents and the ability to learn.



The Divine Spirit: The part of us that watches and guides, giving conscious guidance and subconscious insights, leading us to become our best selves.



In this course we will examine the three aspects of the soul: Life Force, The Roaming Spirit, and The Divine Spirit, discussing their respective roles in health, well-being and personal growth.  Strategies for healing trauma and its manifestations through accessing the energies through Qi cultivation and focus and employed through 14 Dragons, 13 Ghosts and 12 Spirits will be discussed, as well as how to use these strategies on their own or with conventional therapies.

Calm and internal strength are the keys to developing these skills.  For this reason cultivation is needed.  Paul will teach the primary 8 post standing postures of Yi Quan.  Each posture corresponds to an I Ching Trigram, and each Trigram represents a specific energetic having to do with health concerns, life circumstances, emotional states and spiritual evolution.  These are especially good for breaking through “blocks” to evolution when combined with Pangu Shengong.  A regular practice of Pangu Shengong Moving and Non-moving Forms is beneficial and necessary, but may not be a prerequisite for students who really want to take the class. 

TO REGISTER, contact Tracy by calling, texting, or emailing 

Tracy Sturdivant L. Ac. East West Acuputure, LLC
919-291-5001 Call or text
gathervitality@yahoo.com

 

The NCSAAM does not endorse any classes, products, or services being advertised.

L.Ac.’s are encouraged to check the NCALB statute and contact them directly to verify that any class will be accepted for relicensure.

 

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/21/20 - 02/23/20
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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The following is a paid advertisement and is not sponsored by the NCSAAM 

 

 

Medical Qigong Class Part II

12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts, and 14 Dragons

February 21-23, 2020

$325

Raleigh, NC (Location TBA)

NCALB for 15 CEUs under adjunctive therapies

 

12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts and 14 Dragons Medical Qigong Program Part II  –  Paul Fraser

I am happy to announce that Paul Fraser has developed a Medical Qigong Class Part 2 – 12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts and 14 Dragons.  This class is a continuation of his previous teachings with all new material.  However, you do not have to have taken his previous classes.  This can be taken as a stand alone and is offered during one weekend.  Please read the following description of the class and see if you would be interested in taking part.  There will be some cultivation included, which is described below as well.  Please don’t hesitate to email or call me with questions you may have.  The class will take place in Raleigh, NC,   February 21-23rd, 2020.  It will begin at 5 pm -8 pm on Friday and continue Saturday and Sunday 9-5 pm, and is approved by the NCALB for 15 CEUs under adjunctive therapies.  The cost is $325.

To learn more about Paul Fraser and the breadth of his knowledge and experience, please go to www.paulfraserqigong.net to read more about him.  I can personally testify to the benefits of his teaching and healing skills.  I have been a student of Paul’s for 10 years and my patients have certainly benefited from the addition of medical qigong to their acupuncture treatments. 

From a Qigong perspective, the effects of traumatic experiences can prevent healing energy from penetrating the body and mind, holding a person in stasis, unable to heal illness, emotional imbalance and evolve to his/her potential.



Qi theory recognizes that all things, substances, experiences and knowledge act as conduits of vibration.  These vibrations, once assimilated though the nervous system, either promote and enhance Life Force (this is beyond merely “Qi,” this is the portion of the soul responsible for animating the body and seeing to each individual’s personal evolution) or weaken and negate it.  As human beings, we assimilate both life-enhancing and life-negating vibrations many times each day.  The overall positive Qi we assimilate generally will correct the imbalances created by life-negating vibrations and, for the most part, most people remain relatively healthy and emotionally balanced.  When traumatic experiences occur, however, these vibrations are often so powerful and shocking that they have more strength than a person’s healthy Qi, and serve to cover or mute a person’s Life Force, preventing healing and personal growth.



Trauma often manifests from the outside and is made strong, unwillingly and unwittingly, from the inside:  A single or series of event(s) take place, shocking Life Force into a state of near paralysis.  From there, a person’s perceptions, intelligence, creativity and thought process (part of the soul known as The Roaming Spirit) are wounded, preventing an otherwise healthy person from mustering the strength to expel these harmful vibrations and strengthening life-enhancing Qi, restoring a person to his/her Path of evolution.



12 Spirits, 13 Ghosts, and 14 Dragons refer to specific gates in the body (called, in the West, “points”) that expel harmful, life-negating vibrations, and strengthen life and evolutionary enhancing vibrations.



14 Dragons are used to expel the vibration of the original trauma.

13 Ghosts are used to expel the vibrations resulting from altered perceptions and thought processes resulting from trauma.

12 Spirits are used to strengthen Life Force, restoring it to its rightful, indomitable state, a state of calm, creativity, clarity and balance.



Aspects of the Soul:



Life Force: The animating presence of the human body.  It gives directions to autonomic functions such as heart beat, respiration, metabolism, healing, growth, aging and development.



The Roaming Spirit: Aspects of us that are intangible but are, nonetheless, real.  These include likes, dislikes, intelligence, personality, sense of humor, creativity, memory, intuition, talents and the ability to learn.



The Divine Spirit: The part of us that watches and guides, giving conscious guidance and subconscious insights, leading us to become our best selves.



In this course we will examine the three aspects of the soul: Life Force, The Roaming Spirit, and The Divine Spirit, discussing their respective roles in health, well-being and personal growth.  Strategies for healing trauma and its manifestations through accessing the energies through Qi cultivation and focus and employed through 14 Dragons, 13 Ghosts and 12 Spirits will be discussed, as well as how to use these strategies on their own or with conventional therapies.

Calm and internal strength are the keys to developing these skills.  For this reason cultivation is needed.  Paul will teach the primary 8 post standing postures of Yi Quan.  Each posture corresponds to an I Ching Trigram, and each Trigram represents a specific energetic having to do with health concerns, life circumstances, emotional states and spiritual evolution.  These are especially good for breaking through “blocks” to evolution when combined with Pangu Shengong.  A regular practice of Pangu Shengong Moving and Non-moving Forms is beneficial and necessary, but may not be a prerequisite for students who really want to take the class. 

TO REGISTER, contact Tracy by calling, texting, or emailing 

Tracy Sturdivant L. Ac. East West Acuputure, LLC
919-291-5001 Call or text
gathervitality@yahoo.com

 

The NCSAAM does not endorse any classes, products, or services being advertised.

L.Ac.’s are encouraged to check the NCALB statute and contact them directly to verify that any class will be accepted for relicensure.