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Medical Qigong Seminar #6.T
Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy
and Rectifying Qi Deviations
32 Hours - 5 Days



This is a 5-Day intensive seminar on Chinese Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations, as explained in Chapters 14 through 19 (Sections 3 and 4) of the textbook, “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text,” as taught at the Healing Qi Institute.

This sixth seminar offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. Course content will include, the study of the internal principles and Medical Qigong functions of Postural Dao Yin Training, Respiratory Dao Yin Training, and Mental Dao Yin Training, as well as how to Rectifying Qi Deviations Occurring from Improper Qigong Training.

After completing Seminar #6, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic matrix as it pertains to Traditional Chinese Medicine, Disease, Diagnosis and the Medical Qigong clinic.

The focus will be placed on integrating Clinical Qigong Modalities, advanced assessment and energetic modulation skills, as well as case studies and mock clinical exercises. This is the sixth in a series of 12 Seminars offered by the International Institute of Medical Qigong in order to complete the requirements for "Master of Medical Qigong". The completion of the first four intensive seminars and the verification of 80 clinical hours qualifies the student to take the Medical Qigong Practitioner Final.

At the end of the sixth class, each student tested will receive a written and practical examination, and a 200 hour M.Q.P certificate and or certificate of completion will be issued.



Syllabus for Medical Qigong Course 6.T
Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy
and Rectifying Qi Deviations

Day 1 (9:00-12:00 A.M.)
• Introduction To Medical Qigong Dao Yin Training:

Principles of Yin and Yang in Dao Yin Training; Three Foundational Methods of Dao Yin Training;
Reading Assignment: All of Chapter 14 (pages 313-315)
• Medical Qigong Postural Dao Yin Training:
The Purpose of Postural Dao Yin Training; The Three levels of Structural Awareness; Training the Body's Structure; Ming Jing, An Jing and Hua Jing; The Eighteen Rules of Proper Dao Yin Posture;
Reading Assignment: Chapter 15 (pages 317-334)
Exercise: Rectifying Incorrect Postures

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 1 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Medical Qigong Postural Dao Yin Training (Continued):

Static and Dynamic Postural Dao Yin Training; Static Dao Yin Qigong Training; Choosing Proper Static Posture ; Lying Postures; Sitting Postures; Standing Postures; Dynamic Posture Dao Yin Training; Using the Energy of the Hands to Lead Qi;
Exercise #1: Choosing Proper Postures for Specific Diseased Conditions;
Exercise #2: Rectifying Incorrect Postures

Day 2 (9:00-12:00 P.M.)
• Medical Qigong Postural Dao Yin Training (Continued):
Hand Seals (Mudras); Dantian Hand Seals and Bagua Hand Seals.
Medical Qigong Walking Therapy; Walking Combined with Color Therapy; Walking Combined with Sound Therapy; The Therapeutic Effects of Medical Qigong Walking Therapy; Three Stepping Methods Used to Treat Cancer; Ending and Closing the Walking Therapy; Energized Walking Meditation for Developing Quiescence.
Reading Assignment: Chapter 15 (pages 334-347)
Exercise #3: Utilizing Daoist and Buddhist Hand Seals;
Exercise #4: Prescribing Proper Medical Qigong Walking Therapy;

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 2 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Medical Qigong Respiratory Dao Yin Training:

The Purpose of Respiratory Dao Yin; The Role of the Lungs in Qi Cultivation; The Link Between the Breath and the Emotions; Respiratory Tonification and Purgation; Respiratory Regulatory Methods; Seven Dao Yin Breathing Techniques; Respiratory Guiding and Regulating; Respiratory Tonification and Purging Methods; Basic Essentials of Respiratory Training; Breathing Patterns for Collecting and Regulating Qi; The Four Progressive Stages of Respiration; Duration Time for Respiration Therapy; Emotional Effects on Breathing Patterns; Respiratory Dao Yin Cancer Prescriptions.
Reading Assignment: All of Chapter 16 (pages 349-358)
Exercise #1: The Natural Breathing Method;
Exercise #2: The Long and Deep Breathing Method;
Exercise #3: The Reverse Abdominal Breathing Method;
Exercise #4: The Deep Exhalation Method

Day 3 (9:00-12:00 A.M.)
• Medical Qigong Respiratory Dao Yin Training (Continued):
Exercise #5:
The Abdominal Breath Holding Method;
Exercise #6: The Windy Breathing Method;
Exercise #7: The Aspirating Breathing Method
• Medical Qigong Mental Dao Yin Training:
The Mind; Two Divisions of the Mind; Yuan Shen and Shen Zhi; The Prenatal and Postnatal Mind; Benign and Malignant Thought Patterns; The Importance of Mind Concentration;
Reading Assignment: Chapter 17 (pages 359-362)

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 3 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Medical Qigong Mental Dao Yin Training (Continued):

The Importance of Mental Visualization; Mental Visualization Training; Regulating the Mind; Five Disciplines Needed for Mental Concentration; The Three Categories of Mental Concentration; Essentials of Training Mind Concentration; Concentrative Meditation and Insight Meditation; Mental Distraction and Stilling the Mind; The Three Stages of Mental Tranquility; The Three Processes of The Mind; Creating The Bridge Of Light; Reprogramming The Mind To Heal; Using the Imagination; Twelve Stages to Transcend and Transform; Emotional Rebirthing Patterns of Deep Spiritual Transitions; Physical and Psychological Purification; Karma.
Reading Assignment: Chapter 17 (pages 362-374)
Exercise #1: Concentrating on Internal Objects;
Exercise #2: Concentrating on External Objects;
Exercise #3: Concentrating on Both Internal and External Objects

Day 4 (9:00-12:00 A.M.)
• Introduction to Qi Deviations:

Symptoms of Turbid Qi; The Main Causes of Qi Deviations; Overview of Correcting Qi Deviations; Postural Dao Yin Deviations; Improper Hand Movements; Physical Manifestations of Postural Qi Deviations. Respiratory Dao Yin Deviation; Deviations Due to Improper Exhalation; Deviations Due to Improper Inhalation; Deviations Due to Improper Tone Resonation;
Mental Dao Yin Deviations; Using Mantras to Rectify Mental Qi Deviations; The Cerebral Cortex; Excessive Focused Mental Concentration; Mentally Leading and Guiding Energy; Toxic Releases and Qi Deviations.
Reading Assignment: All of Chapter 18 (pages 377-392)
Exercise #1: Correcting the Physical Manifestations of Postural Qi Deviations)
Exercise #2: Correcting the Physical Manifestations of Respiratory Qi Deviations)
Exercise #3: Correcting the Physical Manifestations of Mental Qi Deviations)

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 4 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Rectifying Qi Deviations with Medical Qigong Therapy:

Three Rules for Determining Proper Mental Focus; Adjusting Mental Concentration; Four Types of Psychological Disturbances Caused from Mental Qi Deviations; Stressful Life Activities and Qi deviation Formation; Disturbances During Qigong Practice; Uncontrollable Muscle Deviations; Rectifying Qi Deviations Using Taiji Ruler.
Reading Assignment: All of Chapter 18 (pages 377-392)
Exercise #4: Energy melting Meditation
Exercise #5: Sun and Moon Meditation
Exercise #6: Releasing Emotional Blockages Meditation

Day 5 (9:00-12:00 A.M.)
• Dealing Psychic Attacks Using Mantras For Protection;

Encounters with Ghosts & Spirit Entities
• Examination

Lunch Break (12:00-2:00 P.M.)

Day 5 (2:00-5:00 P.M.)
• Treating Spirit and Demon Opression and Possession
• Examination










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