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Guan-Cheng Sun, PhD, is Revealing the Mysteries of 5,000 years of Chinese Acupuncture Meridians
SEATTLE, WA - March 3, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- In a groundbreaking article to be published in Qi:
The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness (Spring, Mid-March, 2004), Guan-Cheng Sun, PhD,
Executive Director of the Institute of Qigong & Internal Alternative Medicine (IQ&IAM -
www.qigongseattle.org), a scientist and molecular geneticist, reveals how ancient Chinese health
practitioners first identified the mysterious acupuncture meridians. For 5,000 years, only a single clue
has surfaced, suggesting these pathways that feed the internal organs with nourishing life energy or "qi"
can be directly seen with "internal vision." Until now, no methodology has explained how to develop this
Dr. Sun describes how this intrinsic human ability of direct sensory perception can be awakened through
the practice of Qigong, or "life energy activation."
Dr. Sun further describes how, absent this direct perception, traditional acupuncture schools have
misidentified three main acupuncture meridians for millennium. With the benefit of internal vision, he
demonstrates that the triple burner meridian is actually the reproductive meridian, the pericardium
meridian is actually the lymphatic meridian and the spleen meridian is actually the pancreas meridian.
This more accurate understanding holds great promise for increasing longevity and for treating modern
allergies, AIDS, breast cancer, prostate cancer, diabetes and obesity. For example, ancient traditions
of Qigong practices suggest that the aging process itself may be directly related to the vitality of the
reproductive system. Modern science shows the female hormone estrogen levels tend to decrease in women
and increase in men with aging. Studies indicate that this trend can be reversed by Qigong exercise.
Growing up in a family with an ancient lineage of intact qigong knowledge, Dr. Sun has studied Qigong
since age nine. He further developed this dynamic "developing human" qigong to give people unique
energetic tools for self-healing & greater awareness to become better functioning people. As a scientist
and Qigong expert, Dr. Sun believes these ancient practices and western scientific understandings have
much to say to each other, and hold valuable health keys for humanity.
IQ&IAM, a 501 C (3) organization based in Seattle, Washington, provides Qigong education and creates a
community to support individuals in developing their personal awareness and fulfilling their inherent
potential, thereby enriching their lives. IQ&IAM, PO Box 31576, Seattle, Washington 98103, U.S.A.
Source of News:
Institute of Qigong & Internal Alternative Medicine (IQ&IAM)
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