Five Elements Qigong is a practice to help us deeply communicate with the universal Five Elements Qi. It is a way to open energy systems of the body and harmonize the organ systems. It focuses on re-establishing harmony within the body, thereby enhancing an individual’s vitality.
Strengthen Your Organ System and Achieve Inner Harmony
From the Chinese shamanic perspective, the body is an energetic system constructed of five subsystems—Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lung, and Kidney. Each subsystem represents one of the five elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. One of the goals of Qigong practice is to harmonize the five element energy in our bodies. The body will be well maintained if the five elemental energies are in a balanced state.
About the Author
Master Zhongxian Wu was born on China’s eastern shore in the city of Wenling in Zhejiang Province, where the sun’s rays first touch the Chinese mainland. Master Wu began practicing Qigong and Taiji at an early age. Inspired by the immediate strengthening effects of this practice, he committed himself to the life-long pursuit of the ancient arts of internal cultivation.
Since 1972, Master Wu has devoted himself to the study of classical Chinese arts – Qigong/Neigong, Taiji, internal martial arts, Chinese medicine, Chinese astrology, Chinese cosmology, Yijing science, Chinese calligraphy, ancient Chinese music – and had studied with some of the best teachers in these fields.