Master Zhongxian Wu – Healing Patients with Qigong
Every tree has roots and branches that divide into smaller and smaller branches that extend outward and eventually form the outer tips of the tree. Sometimes, the first indication of a problem can be detected by signs of disease at the tips. Other times, there will be no indication of a problem at the tips, but a disease may be active deeper in the organism at the root. If we attempt to heal by grasping for the tips of the tree, we may be only treating the surface problem. If we want to keep the tree healthy, we must treat the root and the trunk, because when we keep the roots and the trunk healthy, then the whole tree thrives. For this reason, it is important to grasp the deeper principles of Qigong.