INTRODUCTION OF GUO LIN QI–GONG
by Coach Xu
The new Guo Lin Qi-Gong (GLQG) is a type of self control Qi-Gong therapy consisting of a combination of both slow movements and peaceful meditation. It was initially developed by the late Qi-Gongist, Mrs. Guo Lin who was born China in 1909 and died in late 1984. She was a famous painter noted for her mountain and river scenes of China. When she was six years old, she followed her grandfather to practice child Gong and play Hua-Tuo’s animal analogue demonstration. During her many travels, she visited many famous Qi Gongist throughout China.
In 1949, she contracted cancer of the uterus. Even in spite of her numerous operations, the cancer could not be controlled. In her search for a cure, she turned to the old, traditional Chinese treatment of Qi-Gong. She studied various medical books and continuously applied Qi-Gong therapy to cancer healing. After ten years of
research, she developed a new system of Qi-Gong. Her therapy integrates movement with meditation. Her approach proved to be effective and easy to learn. Since 1972, patients have been using her treatment throughout China. More than ten thousand cancer patients have practiced her new GLQG treatment to fight their cancer. A lot of her cancer patients got healed and did not have any cancer recurrence. In studying the successful cases, it was revealed that GLQG is an acceptable method to add to the treatments integrating TCM with WM. (TCM–Traditional Chinese Medicine, WM–Western medicine)
The Shanghai Rehabilitation Club for cancer patients was established in 1989. in 1993, a survey was conducted of its 1,054 club members having cancer. The survey results revealed that 64 percent of the members having cancer had recovered. It was conclude that of those cured of cancer, 85 % were persistent in exercising GLQG
Some of the benefits from properly practicing GLQG therapy were improved s1eep, appetite, improved immune functions that contributed to preventing replaces and metastasis, improved quality of life, and prolonged survival.
Today, there even a few teachers of GLQG outside of China , in the United
States, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong and Macao. As a
result, there are adherents of GLQG in these areas. Due to the favorable reputation of
Qi-Gong teachers in the China, our teachers were invited to teach at the Qi-Gong
Association of Japan twice, Once in 1992 and again in 1993. –
The special features of GLQG are that it:
1.– improves physical conditioning which in turn prevents and cures diseases
2.– emphasizes self-training discipline so as to not require external motivation by others;
3.– differentiate Qi-Gong modes, program, and, duration which is, based on the different kinds of diseases including the cause, nature and’location the cancer as well as the physical condition of patients;
4.— is easy to learn and has no proven side effects. However self-training; should be advanced step-by-step and the patient’s willpower must be developed so that they can exert all of their strength.
There are several modes to apply the new GLQG program of treatment, such as:
* Walking with wind respiration:
— natural walking
— quick walking
— stable walking
— 1, 2, 3, point walking
* Waving arms slowly up and down and opened and closed
* Massaging of the Yong Quin acupoint and head
* Hand and Feet rods
* Making special vocal sounds: 6 healing breaths.
* Walking slowly for patients with chronic diseases.
Wind respiration is started with tonic inner vital energy, combined with mind conduct, and respiration with posture conduct. this treatment leads to proper regulation of the central nervous system, improving macrophage activity, replenishing vital essence to improve eyesight, promoting blood circulation and strengthening fi.inction of immunity and hemopoiesis. All of the functions of new (GLQG inhibits growth of cancer cells and even helps restore cancer cells to normal cells. It is an effective adjunct treatment for cancer patients.
INTRODUCTION OF SHANGHAI CANCER REHABILITATION CLUB
By Coach Xu
“Social Oncology,” a new field in medicine, recommends that doctors should attend to the psycho-social aspect when treating cancer patients. The Shanghai Cancer Rehabilitation Club was established in 1989 to provide this type of rehabilitation for many cancer patients in Shanghai, particularly those who have ample time due to unemployment. Sixteen chapters of the rehabilitation club are located throughout the city, thus convenient to members. At the current time, there are more than four thousand members of club, including some noncancer members who are supporters of “Social Oncology.” Both Chinese and Western cancer specialists work with the club patients. In 1993, the Club established the Educational Institute of Cancer Rehabilitation. Shanghai Educational Bureau legalized the institute for the purposes of collective psychological therapy to guide the patients in medical rehabilitation and to encourage them to fight against cancer and to increase their quality of life.
The activities of the Rehabilitation Club are:
* To consult with patients on a weekly basis;
* To guide patients in writing articles on their experience for the club ioiirnal “Rehabilitation Communication”
* To lead the patients in their Guo Lin Qi Gong exercises in the district
* To invite various cancer specialists to lecture the patients;
* To organize different field trips that would be a group activity
that might help in to work toward a healthy and optimistic state
* To provide different classes to aid in rehabilitation such as singing
dancing, joke and riddle telling, games, taiji performances, nutrition
* To celebrate the fifth anniversary of survival since diagnosis for the
* To accept financial assistance and grants from supporters of this
treatment from both home and abroad;
* To elect an “anti-cancer star” once a year;
* To arrange for the “anti-cancer star” to lecture at home and abroad;
* To sponsor “Olympic” games for cancer patients. In 1993, more than
2,000 members from Japan and Taiwan joined in the games.
* To encourage members to write books. Several best-selling books
have been published already, such as ‘Cancer Does Not Equal Death
and Super-Over of Life;
* To share research and experience of GLQG with supporters around the world;
* To encourage cancer patients to join in the spirit of” I serve the people; the people serve me.”
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO COACH XU TAI JI INSTITUTE
The Coach Xu Tai Ji Institute in the United States is a specialized institution dedicated to the introduction of Oriental traditions and culture, to the research and instruction Of health preservation and the prevention of illness.
The essential and typical Oriental theory of Tai Ji, Ying Yang, Si Xiang, Wu Xing (five elements), Ba Gua etc. have been proven through thousands of years of practice, to be scientific and in accordance with the laws of nature. To study, to research and to implement these theories and methods for the health, longevity and recreation of modem society are an important issue of modem science.
The president of Coach Xu Tai Ji Institute, Mr. Xu Jun-Heng, has been engaging in competitive sports, health restoration and preservation practice for thirty-six years, and has accumulated rich and extensive experience through these activities. Especially during the recent six years, he has helped many patients to regain their health and many cancer patients to recuperate. Those weak in physical constitution have become health and strong. Participants strengthened their physique and are able to grasp and utilize the concept of self-regulation and self-balance in order to prevent illness and to preserve health.
Coach Xu Tai Ji Institute maintains:
1. The birth and death of a human being are a long and natural process. If physical and psychological balance is relatively attained, one enjoys health, longevity and high quality of life. On the contrary, one would be sickly, have a shorter life-span and lower quality of life, if imbalance perseveres.
2. Any illness is always caused by the imbalance of the body as a whole. Any partial disorder is the manifestation of the imbalance of the whole body. Thus to cure a disease one must give consideration to that fact.
3. Psychological problem leads to physical changes; physical disorder leads to psychological imbalance. Therefore one’s mind and life-style affect his health to a great extent, and seriously influence the process of treatment and recuperation.
4. According to traditional and modern methods, the treatment of a patient is only an aid to the patient from the outside. Whether the aid can be of help or not relies on the potential of the patient’s body, on its acceptability of the aid.
5. A treatment regulates the body so that the partial or total physical and psychological imbalance ca be restored. Using as healthy diets and physical exercises, are as important as using modern medicine and technology.
6. Actively doing self-regulations with a positive attitude, and be responsive in accepting aid from outside, the combination of above is essential to the patient and only in this way can the treatment be effective and sound. Therefore, it can be said that the best doctor for you is your own self
Coach Xu Tai Ji Institute has made the observation that we often estimate ourselves incorrectly: When we are healthy we tend to believe we are much healthier than we really are. And when we are ill, we tend to disregard the potential of our vitality and only rely on medication, forgetting how much the mind means to the body.
Coach Xu Tai Ji Institute will carefully select the most essential and most effective of the Oriental physical practice methods to guide you in the research and practice of good health and well-being, to help you in your recuperation and to discuss with you the way to perfect health.
The slogan of Coach Xu Tai Ji Institute is: “Let us lead longer, healthier and happier lives.”