External Qi: How to Be an Energy Healer

External Qi: How to Be an Energy Healer

Sunday, November 7, 2021 - 16:00 to Sunday, November 14, 2021 - 18:00
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2 part course with Ken Cohen, M.A., renowned qigong and Tai Chi grandmaster from Colorado with more than 50 years’ experience.

External Qi Healing (EQH) is at the core of China’s ancient healing science of qigong. In EQH, healing energy is projected from the palms and, without physically touching the client, directed into an area of imbalance, distress, or pain.

First we will learn two qigong methods that increase your ability to sense and project energy, including a quick 3-minute recharge that can be used between clients or when your energy runs down.

-Then, explore the concept of wen, “intuitive listening” and a safe and effective method of treatment that focuses on overall wellbeing. In session two we will discuss the importance of establishing a healing space, how to release imbalanced energy from the treatment room, and “differential assessment”, that is, precise methods to assess the energy of each internal organ and treat imbalances such as heat, cold, stagnation, and toxicity. Learn difference between transmitting qi with fingers, palms or just intent. 

External Qi Healing does not require knowledge of Chinese medicine. It is safe, easy to learn, and may be used as a stand alone healing method or to increase the effectiveness of massage, reiki, acupuncture, or other complementary therapies. The course is open to beginners and all levels. 

About the speaker, Ken Cohen M.A

Ken Cohen, M.A. Qigong and Tai Chi Grandmaster has practiced these arts since 1968. He is the winner of the International Lifetime Achievement Award in Energy Medicine and is the author of The Way of Qigong (Penguin/Random House) and more than 200 articles on spirituality and health. Ken was the first person to teach qigong in North American medical schools and has been hosted by numerous health and cultural organizations. A bridge between ancient wisdom and modern science, Ken is known for his friendly and engaging teaching style. 

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