What I have been practising and teaching deviates much from standard Qigong practice – I do use entirely apply Qi from the DanTian (Hara minor chakra), and channel it using our thought (Yi) to heal a patient in close proximity. The spinning of the etheric pyramid to cleanse and to heal is but one example of my methods; you not only swing it near the objects or persons you wish to cleanse but you can definitely also do it remotely.
I still believe that thought is still the Commander of psychic energy; you have to still, tame and drill it to be successful in connectivity which I suppose is what you call “Shen” (Spirit?). The Qigong practitioners practice on their Jin (Bodily Fluid) to transform them to Qi and to practice Qi to attain Shen; while the Buddhist practitioners sit cross-legged for prolonged period to meditate and attain Shen directly.
And most common Qigong practitioners never attain the Shen level in their lifetime. Even, most serious Buddhist meditators do not realise they could harness the Shen, and to use it to manage their psychic abilities too.
CONNECTIVITY is the key word in my training; when you connect your thoughts they do not travel at the speed of light to faraway places. The object you intend to manipulate or channel is warped towards you instantaneously. That is why we can harness the energies of all the healing not only from the Buddha and deities but also the stones, the Sun, the Earth, the Planets and the Universe, and use them for healing in close proximity or remotely. Practice makes perfect; and the only way to do it is through a specific set of meditative methods. There are other methods I am trying to teach – the etheric hands, the etheric healing orbs and etc…, all of which are highly unconventional.
I sparred with Qigong exponents and surprised them by deploying my etheric hands at their back to emit energy smilingly while sipping my tea without visually moving my physical limbs. Unlike them, I do not need to outwardly do warming up preparatory exercises to muster the Qi to the hands from the DanTian before they could project their Qi through their palms. They denied vehemently that I was practising Qigong; they called it Fa (Psychic Power) instead. And, I do not use other medium – spirits, deities and whatever – to help me in my channelling of Qi; I am never a medium.
Two mainstream schools that are involved in psychic energy – one using Qigong and one claiming they are gifted or bestowed with spiritual powers from their Buddha, God or Deities or Divas or whatever – are uncomfortable with my methods, and people like my grouping are often sidelined at the fringe and regarded with suspicions. I am sure some of you are still uncomfortable and still sceptical with my methods because I do not carry a premium brand name like Reiki, Wicca or whatever, and refuse to acknowledge that I could have attained psychic powers without the help of spiritual beings like Buddha, Bodhisattvas or Vishnu, Tai Shang Lao Jun (Taoist Ascended Master) or whatever…
This happens to my first Master, Mr Liew, who was pestered by his students to name his methods and start giving himself a title because they could not relate to others what they had been learning and who they had been learning from. You know people do compare notes, like which university or institutions you hailed from. But the person who taught me the etheric pyramid, Mr Liew, is really great; he could look into a person’s aura and screen his past reincarnations and project himself and astral travel to other energy realms – something which I still could not do….”
By Anthony Leong