Youthfulness and Life Force
August 10, 2017
Hosted by Dr. Sun
Every day, individuals can be seen walking around as if they are burning the candle at both ends. Imbalanced intellectual mind activities and excessive thinking can drain the Life Force and deplete the endocrine system rapidly. The depletion and exhaustion of Life Force and body vital water essence (such as hormones) may result in the loss of vitality and youthfulness, and lead to an accelerated aging process. Youthfulness is not determined by chronological age. It depends on the levels and quality of the Life Force, or authentic Qi. Life Force can be produced by the interactions of the Yin and the Yang (one plus one equals three). In other words, the Life Force, or authentic Qi, is the result of Love. Authentic love is very powerful for producing the Life Force within. This fresh and vital Life Force is the fountain of youthfulness.
Human Potential and Life Force
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Human Potential and Life Force empowers you to develop your inherent potential through authentic Qi/Vital Energy /Life Force Cultivation. Learn the knowledge about the functions of human body at energetic and informational levels and understand the intelligence of human body for energetic communications and healing capacities. You will also gain new perspectives and understanding on the intelligence of the human body for developing the inherent potential.
Topics covered life force cultivation for human potential development include: healing with potential life force, quality of life with life force, body awakening with life force, spiritual awakening with life force, better relationships with life force, creativity with life force, higher dimensional communications with life force, and oneness with life force.
Guan-Cheng Sun, Ph.D. is the founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Qigong and Integrative Medicine (IQ and IM) in Bothell, Washington. Dr. Sun earned his Ph.D. in molecular genetics from the Graduate University for Advanced Studies in Japan in 1993, and was awarded a fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). From 1994-1997 Dr. Sun conducted postdoctoral research in molecular endocrinology at the University of Washington. Dr. Sun is also a Qigong teacher with over 40 years of practice in a program which he began learning at the age of nine from his granduncle in China. He has spent decades refining his skills and has developed a system of Qigong called Yi Ren (r) Qigong. His understanding of modern molecular genetics and scientific principles, as well as his experience with internal cultivation, has allowed him to create a unique bridge between cultures. In 2010, Dr. Sun designed and developed a credited Academic Qigong program for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine students at Bastyr University. In 2011, Dr. Sun created a Qigong program specifically for health care professionals and he also designed and developed a Yi Ren Qigong teacher certification program through the IQ and IM. Dr. Sun is an experienced mentor, with proven results mentoring students at both the master and doctoral levels, in Qigong research projects.