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The Inspiring Life Story of Chinese Qigong Master Wang Qingyu (2 Parts)

2017-08-26T14:01:51+00:00 Tags: , , , , , , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life

WITH LAURIE REGAN & HEINER FRUEHAUF
Total running time: 60 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, Interpreted and Translated into English by Heiner Fruehauf

AUDIO PODCAST

In this two-part audio podcast, Laurie narrates and Heiner translates the biographical story of master Wang Qingyu. The story begins with Master Wang’s birth, literally on a battlefield during the Japanese invasion of China. Especially touching are his remembrances of his beloved Daoist teacher, Li Jie, a legendary Daoist hermit who taught young Wang the real value of cultivation practices–to know one’s own heart and become a truly good person.

In the second part of this series, Master Wang continues to recount the many traumatic and extraordinary events that fostered his becoming one of the most respected master’s of Daoist medicine and cultivation in China today. Join us for an inspirational journey of turning misfortune and persecution into a life of compassion and service for others.

Medicine and the Dao: New Reflections on the Relationship Between Two Vital Aspects of Chinese Culture (3 Parts)

2017-05-27T14:19:26+00:00 Tags: , , , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History,
Department of Martial Arts & Nourishing Life


HEINER FRUEHAUF
National University of Natural Medicine, College of Classical Chinese Medicine

Total running time: 3 hrs. 5 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English by Heiner Fruehauf

After a similar lecture series Daoist Medicine: the Alchemical and Shamanic Root of Chinese Medicine that we offered 10 years ago, Prof. Wang Qingyu, China's premier expert of Daoist medicine and the ancient science of nourishing life is back with us at the ripe age of 80 to give us another round of reflections on his favorite topic.

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Direct Transmission: Quest for the Heart in Classical Chinese Medicine

2017-03-25T15:58:00+00:00 Tags: , , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life
Total running time: 27 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, Translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

Direct Transmission shares the faces and stories of several remarkable practitioners of classical Chinese medicine, people who are a living link to the treasures of the past. It is our hope that the nature of this unprecedented material, woven of colorful and emotionally moving stories, interviews, and treatment sessions, will inspire expanded interest in, and understanding of, the profound value of traditional knowledge in general, and classical Chinese medicine in particular.

Classical Chinese Life Science: Fengshui and Bazi

2017-03-25T16:49:00+00:00 Tags: , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life
Total running time: 21 mins.
Mandarin Chinese,
with English subtitles

Respected Daoist medicine elder Prof. Wang Qingyu speaks about bazi astrology, fengshui, and other traditional life sciences. In this concise presentation, he elaborates on Sun Simiao’s credo that the immersion in the pre-medical protosciences of ancient China is of great benefit for every classically trained physician. Furthermore, he introduces a convenient way that enables anyone to integrate five element birth charts into their everyday practice.

Practical Guidelines for the Therapeutic Benefits of Daoist Qigong

2017-04-01T18:58:30+00:00 Tags: , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life
Total running time: 12 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

In this presentation, one of the few remaining masters of authentic Daoist practices in the tradition of the Yijin jing (Tendon and Sinew Changing Classic) is sharing valuable insights into the ancient medical art of Qigong.

A Conversation On the Nature of Transmission

2017-04-01T18:58:35+00:00 Tags: , , , |

WANG QINGYU, LIU LIHONG, AND HEINER FRUEHAUF
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life / Institute for the Clinical Research of Classical Chinese Medicine, Guangxi University of TCM / National University of Natural Medicine, College of Classical Chinese Medicine
Total running time: 20 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, interpreted and translated
into English by Heiner Fruehauf

In this video conversation at Jiashan Monastery in Hunan Province, China, two masters of the classical healing arts spontaneously share some of their insights into how information in classical Chinese medicine gets passed on in the magic of the moment.

Daoist Medicine: An Introduction

2017-04-01T18:58:38+00:00 Tags: , , , |

WANG QINGYU AND HEINER FRUEHAUF
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life / National University of Natural Medicine, College of Classical Chinese Medicine
Total running time: 8 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English by Heiner Fruehauf

Presentation about the root of Chinese medicine by one of China's only remaining elders of Daoist medicine.

Qigong: On the Rewards of Continuous Practice and the Importance of Lineage

2017-09-02T14:02:12+00:00 Tags: , , , |

WANG QINGYU AND HEINER FRUEHAUF
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History, Department of Martial Arts and Nourishing Life / National University of Natural Medicine, College of Classical Chinese Medicine
Total running time: 8 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

In this presentation, respected Daoist medicine elder Wang Qingyu dialogues with his student, Heiner Fruehauf, about the importance of maintaining consistency in Qigong practice, and the vital importance of the concept of lineage in Chinese medicine and related forms of personal cultivation.

Li Jie: The Life Story of a Forgotten 20th Century Master of Nourishing Life

2017-02-21T14:45:23+00:00 Tags: , , , , , , |

Adapted and Translated from Biographical Texts by Gui Shouzhen, Wang Qingyu and Wang Chunwu

BY HEINER FRUEHAUF
National University of Natural Medicine,
College of Classical Chinese Medicine


The Hermit With the Ubiquitous Smile (Huanxi Daoren), Master Li Jie, also carried the epithets Taiqing (Supreme Purity) and Yonghong (Eternally Magnificent). He was born in Mingjing Village of Jiangyou County in Sichuan Province during the 2nd year of the Qing dynasty emperor Guangxu’s reign (1876). There, he is remembered as a child of extraordinary intelligence with an interest in martial arts, especially stick and sword forms. At age 7 he entered into private education, and eventually passed the test to become a mandarin of the first degree (Xiucai) at age 25. He was the first person ever in Mingjing Village who achieved this official rank, and with it came the love and adoration of his community. Afterwards, he worked as a teacher in local private schools around the counties of Jiangyou and Jiange.

The Five Elemental Sounds and the Power of Internal Alchemy

2017-04-13T10:21:18+00:00 Tags: , , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History,
Department of Martial Arts & Nourishing Life


Total running time: 60 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

Wang Qingyu, professor at the Sichuan Academy of Cultural Science and lineage holder of the Jinjing style of Qigong, speaks on the vibrational aspects of Chinese medicine by introducing the five pentatonic sounds of Chinese music in a medical context. From a cultivational perspective, he talks about how to work with the five sounds within the body during Qigong meditation.

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The Bagua in Your Hand: Practical Applications of Daoist Medicine (2 Parts)

2017-04-13T12:57:51+00:00 Tags: , , |

WANG QINQYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History,
Department of Martial Arts & Nourishing Life


Total running time: 73 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

In these presentations, a follow-up to last year’s 4-part series The Alchemical and Shamanic Root of Chinese Medicine, China’s premier expert on the Daoist origins of Chinese medicine introduces the basic parameters of palm diagnosis.

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Daoist Medicine Series: The Alchemical and Shamanic Root of Chinese Medicine (4 Parts)

2017-09-02T16:45:16+00:00 Tags: , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History,
Department of Martial Arts & Nourishing Life


Total running time: 258 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

In these informative presentations, China’s premier expert of Daoist medicine and the ancient science of nourishing life gives an enlightening account of the ancient roots of Chinese Medicine and an overview of some of the primary healing modalities of Daoist Medicine.

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On Cultivation and the Spirit of Chinese Medicine

2017-04-13T11:01:55+00:00 Tags: , , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History,
Department of Martial Arts & Nourishing Life


Total running time: 1 hr. 17 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

In this lively presentation, China’s premier expert of Daoist medicine and the ancient science of nourishing life gives a highly personal account of the role of personal cultivation and the acquisition of practitioner knowledge in the traditional teacher–disciple relationship.

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Jinjing Shisi Shi—The 14 Movements of the Jinjing School of Qigong

2017-04-13T10:46:51+00:00 Tags: , , , , |

WANG QINGYU
Sichuan Academy of Cultural History,
Department of Martial Arts & Nourishing Life


HEINER FRUEHAUF
National University of Natural Medicine,
College of Classical Chinese Medicine


Total running time: 56 mins.
English

In this presentation, with assistance from Heiner Fruehauf, Wang Qingyu, professor at the Sichuan Academy of Cultural Science and lineage holder of the Jinjing style of Qigong, demonstrates the Jinjing Shisi Shi—The 14 Movements of the Jinjing School of Qigong.

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