Free natural healing , connecting with Grandmaster Hong

Qi Gong Grandmaster Hong will introduce principles, philosophies and practices of natural healing on Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Qi Center in Lihu‘e.

During the session participants will be exposed to spiritual and physical aspects of Qi Gong for a more fulfilling and rewarding life.

The evening’s experience will also include Grandmaster Hong emitting external qi to all attending the lecture.

One of just a few Qi Gong Grandmasters in the United States, he is the only one with a center on Kaua‘i. Participants will have the privilege of meeting Grandmaster Hong, who has reached the highest attainable level in Qi Gong of over 35 years. He has also mastered the seven systems of Qi Gong, which include healing, intelligence, self-healing, martial arts, herbology, spiritual practices and special abilities. He is also a master of 18 modalities of natural healing. The Hawai‘i Legislature has proclaimed him a “Living Treasure.”

Trained in China as a physician in Western medicine, Grandmaster Hong’s background includes researching, independently and in affiliation with National Institute of Health and National Cancer Institute, as well as teaching and publishing.

Grandmaster Hong is the founder of the nonprofit Qi Center in Lihu’e which conducts classes offering natural healing education for those suffering from asthma, allergies, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, in addition to helping those who wish to simply retain their good health and longevity. Over 4,000 people on Kaua‘i have benefited from the free humanitarian health services of the organization.

It is intended that the Center’s efforts will make a significant contribution to the health of the people of Hawai‘i.

For more information about the lecture call 639-4300, Qi@hawaii.rr.com.

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