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In search of ‘positive Qi’

  • Grandmaster Hong

World-renowned Grandmaster Hong will lead a Feng Shui benefit workshop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in Lihue.

The workshop provides practical tools for enhancing your health, finances, romance, and family — all within the context of the Feng Shui tradition.

Participants will gain an understanding of energetic influences to be experienced during 2018, the Year of the Dog from Grandmaster Hong.

Feng Shui’s 5,000 year history has known the 24-hour body clock and how energy cycles change each month, year, 10 years, 20 years, 60 years, 120 years and 500 years. This time space rhythm moves with the micro and macro universal energy and encompasses all aspects of life.

Feng Shui is a science and art form.

“A home or business needs to have positive Qi surrounding it, as well as within it, in order to have good health, prosperity and relationships,” a release said. “Grandmaster Hong takes the science-based elements of each of the five Feng Shui schools and provides knowledge-based tools to effect improvement in your life for the upcoming 2018 year.”

One of just a few Qi Gong Grandmasters in the United States, Hong trained in China as a physician in Western medicine and has reached the highest attainable level in Qi Gong of over 50 years by mastering the seven systems of Qi Gong, which include healing, intelligence, self-healing, martial arts, herbology, spiritual practices and special abilities.

The Hawaii Legislature has proclaimed him a “Living Treasure.”

Proceeds benefit the Lawai International Center, a nonprofit, nondenominational community project driven by its volunteers, whose earnest efforts are bringing the valley back to prominence as an international Center of compassion, education, and cultural understanding for all people.

Tuition is $200 prepaid and $225 at the door and includes lunch. To register text or call 651-8893 or visit www.lawaicenter.org where payment may be made online. The workshop will be held at the Happiness Planting Center in the Isenberg Tract in Lihue.

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