Table of contents
- 1 Robert Peng – Yin and Yang Qigong
- 1.1 Description Of Yin and Yang Qigong
- 1.2 What You’ll Learn In Yin and Yang Qigong?
- 1.2.1 Module 1: Open the Lung & Large Intestine Meridians — Embracing Both Sadness & Kindness
- 1.2.2 Module 2: Open the Stomach & Spleen Meridians — Embracing Both Doubt & Trust
- 1.2.3 Module 3: Open the Heart & Small Intestine Meridians — Embracing Both Hatred & Love
- 1.2.4 Module 4: Open the Kidney & Bladder Meridians — Embracing Both Fear & Tranquility
- 1.2.5 Module 5: The Pericardium & Triple Energizer
- 1.2.6 Module 6: Open the Liver & Gallbladder Meridians — Channeling & Embracing Both Your Anger & Understanding
- 1.2.7 Module 7: Open All 12 Meridians — Making a Full Circulation of Your Energy Flow & the Rhythm of Your Practice
- 1.2.8 Module 8: Combining Your Meridian Pairs With Deepening Exercises
- 1.2.9 Module 9: Central Meridian Empowerment — Harmonizing All Meridians to Unify Heaven, Earth & Human Qi as One
- 1.3 About Robert Peng
Description Of Yin and Yang Qigong
Acquire new practices to activate, energize, and empower six pairs of Yin and Yang organs, culminating in a practice featuring all 12 meridians — to improve the circulation of your energy for optimally healthy, holistic, and integrated wellbeing.
In Yin and Yang Qigong, Robert Peng will guide you through the fundamental skills and competencies you’ll need to open all your meridians to access unlimited energy, focus, and potential.
What You’ll Learn In Yin and Yang Qigong?
Module 1: Open the Lung & Large Intestine Meridians — Embracing Both Sadness & Kindness
How do your internal organs work with one another, energetically?
As you begin this journey, Robert will share insights into the 5 Elements Theory and the pairs of Yin and Yang organs — as you explore the first pair, lungs and large intestine.
In energy medicine, the lungs control both Qi and breathing. On an emotional level, they take in new concepts and ideas, absorbing what we can use and releasing what we no longer need, such as sadness, grief, and old ideas. They extract clean energy from the air you breathe and combine it with food energy from everything you eat.
The lungs form “Upright Energy,” which provides nourishment for your body and creates and distributes Defensive Qi (Wei Qi), which creates an immune system-like barrier that protects the body from harmful pathogens that can cause illness and disease.
Moreover, the lungs house the Po, which supports your basic senses such as feeling, sensing, hearing, and seeing.
The large intestine receives food and drink from the small intestine and excretes it out of the body. Both your large intestine and your lung meridians are connected with emotions of apathy, boredom, grief, inability to let go, lack of inspiration, melancholy, sadness, and timidity.
Robert Peng will teach you how to empower the lung and large intestine meridians — and balance your body and mind by embracing your sadness and kindness.
In this module, you’ll discover:
- An overview of the lungs and large intestine meridians
- A comparison of the medicine and energy medicine perspectives around the lungs and large intestines
- Si chanting to activate, vibrate, and empower the lung and large intestine meridians
- A SongKongTong chanting/pressing technique to open your lungs and large intestine meridians to divine energy and reorganize your energy pattern
Module 2: Open the Stomach & Spleen Meridians — Embracing Both Doubt & Trust
Robert Peng will teach and guide practices connected to the second pair of Yin and Yang organs, the spleen and stomach.
As Robert will explain, your spleen controls digestion, keeps blood inside the vessels, transports and distributes your body’s energy, and governs and controls the strength and function of your muscles, flesh, and limbs.
It also lifts and holds internal organs, keeping them in place. Your spleen also houses the Yi, which relates to thinking, studying, memorization, and concentration.
Meanwhile, your stomach controls the downward movement of Qi and receives food, transforming cells that aid in the development of tissues and organs. It separates the clean from the impure parts of ingested food, sending the clean “upwards” to the spleen and the impure “downwards” to the small intestine.
Your spleen and stomach are connected with emotional symptoms of confusion, craving sympathy, feeling ungrounded, insecurity/neediness, obsessive thoughts, restless sleep, selfish behavior, worry, poor concentration, poor memory, and feeling scattered.
Robert will teach you to empower your spleen and stomach meridians and balance your body and mind as you embrace both doubt and trust.
In this module, you’ll explore:
- A comparison of the Western medicine and energy medicine perspectives around the spleen and stomach
- The spleen and stomach meridians
- A Hoo chanting exercise to activate, vibrate, and empower your spleen and stomach
- A SongKongTong chanting/pressing technique to open your spleen and stomach to divine energy
Module 3: Open the Heart & Small Intestine Meridians — Embracing Both Hatred & Love
Robert Peng will guide you to explore the practice of the third pair of Yin and Yang organs, the heart and small intestine.
In energy medicine, the heart controls sweat, blood vessels, and circulation. It also supports and controls mental activities. It manifests upon the complexion. The heart also houses the Shen, which is equivalent to the mind.
The small intestine governs ingested fluids and foods, separating the “clean” from the “impure.” It sends food to the large Intestine for reabsorption, and it sends impurities to the bladder to be released as urine.
Both the heart and small intestine are connected to the emotional symptoms of agitation, anxiety, continuous laughter, criticality, cynical behavior, excessive and/or vivid dreaming, forgetfulness, lack of joy or humor, lack of self-love, mania, mental confusion, poor self-esteem, and restlessness.
You’ll learn to empower your heart and small intestine meridians — balancing your body and mind as you embrace both hatred and love.
In this module, you’ll explore:
- An overview of the heart and small intestine meridians
- A comparison of the Western medicine and energy medicine perspectives of the heart and small intestine
- A Ha chanting exercise to activate, vibrate, and empower your heart and small intestine
- A SongKongTong chanting/pressing technique to open your heart and small intestine to divine energy
Module 4: Open the Kidney & Bladder Meridians — Embracing Both Fear & Tranquility
You’ll discover the fourth pair of Yin and Yang organs, the kidney and bladder.
In energy medicine, the kidney meridian governs reproduction, produces bone marrow, and regulates water movement. It influences growth and development, controls and activates sexual energy, determines the vitality and length of your life, and controls and supports the health and strength of your bones.
The bladder houses the Zhi, which is in charge of mental drive and courage, and provides determination and focus to accomplish goals and dreams. The bladder also stores and excretes urine, and helps maintain normal fluid levels in the body.
The kidney and bladder are both connected with emotions and symptoms of defensiveness, depression, fear, overwhelm, lack of willpower, moaning and groaning, panic attacks, paranoia, and timidity.
You’ll explore how to empower your kidney and bladder meridians — balancing your body and mind as you embrace both fear and tranquility.
In this module, Robert will share:
- An overview of the kidney and bladder meridians
- A comparison of the Western medicine and energy medicine perspectives of the kidney and bladder
- A Chuay chanting exercise to activate, vibrate, and empower your kidney and bladder
- A SongKongTong chanting/pressing technique to open your kidney and bladder to divine energy
Module 5: The Pericardium & Triple Energizer
Robert Peng will teach and guide the practice of the fifth pair of Yin and Yang organs: pericardium and Triple Energizer.
In Western medicine, the pericardium is a membrane, or sac, that surrounds your heart. In energy medicine, the pericardium acts as a buffer to protect the heart physically and psychologically. It’s very closely connected to the heart, with many similar indications and functions.
Triple Energizer, also called the San Jiao or Triple Burner, refers to a relationship between organs, instead of an organ in its own right.
Pericardium and Triple Energizer are both are connected with the emotional symptoms of defensiveness and fragmentation.
Robert will teach you how to empower your pericardium and Triple Energizer meridians and balance your body and mind by embracing protection and cohesion.
In this module, you’ll discover:
- An overview of two special organs within energy medicine, pericardium and Triple Energizer
- A Xi chanting exercise to activate, vibrate, and empower your pericardium and Triple Energizer
- A SongKongTong chanting/pressing technique to open your pericardium and Triple Energizer to divine energy
Module 6: Open the Liver & Gallbladder Meridians — Channeling & Embracing Both Your Anger & Understanding
In this session, you’ll move through practices to explore the sixth pair of Yin and Yang organs, the liver and gallbladder.
As Robert Peng will share, in energy medicine, the liver stores blood, governs emotional states, and helps regulate menstruation. It regulates the smooth flow of Qi and influences your capacity for organizing and planning. It influences digestive functions of the stomach and spleen, and controls muscular activity, including the flexibility and agility of tendons and ligaments. Liver houses the “Hun,” which is similar to the concept of soul or spirit.
The gallbladder influences your quality and length of sleep. It controls judgment and the capacity to make decisions.
Your liver and gallbladder are both connected with emotional symptoms of aggressive behavior, anger, bitterness, depression, emotional repression, frustration, impatience, inability to plan or organize, indecision, irritability, jealousy, moodiness, negative outlook, nervous tension, over-fastidious planning, resentment, rigid and inflexible attitudes, shouting, and timidity.
You’ll explore how to empower your liver and gallbladder meridians — balancing your body and mind as you embrace both anger and understanding.
In this module, you’ll explore:
- An overview of the liver and gallbladder meridians
- A comparison of the Western medicine and energy medicine perspectives of the liver and gallbladder
- A Shoo chanting exercise to activate, vibrate, and empower your liver and gallbladder
- A SongKongTong chanting/pressing technique to open your liver and gallbladder to divine energy
Module 7: Open All 12 Meridians — Making a Full Circulation of Your Energy Flow & the Rhythm of Your Practice
You’ve practiced all 12 meridians individually each week. Now, Robert Peng will lead you to practice all meridians in one complete practice — a full circulation of your energy flow.
The more Qi you circulate, the healthier you feel and the more you can accomplish. As you refine your Qi and draw in more life force, you will feel more alive and deepen your connection with yourself, the people around you, nature, and the cosmos.
Robert Peng will introduce the theory of ZiWuLiuZhu, your inner rhythm’s energy flow combined with natural phenomena. These phenomena can include, for example, the movement of celestial bodies such as the sun and moon, the arrival and departure of the seasons, and the beginning and end of the day.
In this module, you’ll discover:
- The foundations of the ZiWuLiuZhu theory, your inner rhythm’s energy flow combined with natural phenomena
- How each meridian is linked together through Yin and Yang
- Which hours of the day and which seasons of the year are the peak energetic times for specific organs and meridians
- A guided practice featuring all 12 meridians, so you can experience a full circulation of your energy flow
Module 8: Combining Your Meridian Pairs With Deepening Exercises
At this point on your journey, Robert Peng has guided you to practice six pairs of meridians, based on the sequence of the Qi flow. You’ve practiced each pair with a chanting exercise to nourish and empower yourself.
This week, Robert Peng will guide you to add a new dimension as you learn how each of the 12 organs are either Zang (yin) or Fu (yang).
The Zang-Fu is a collection of organs that produces and regulates Qi within your body. In energy medicine, these organs aren’t anatomical structures — instead, they’re interconnected functions that explain how Qi is produced within the body.
In this special module, Robert will guide you to deepen your practice using new combinations of meridian pairs, including:
- Tai Yang Meridians (small intestine and bladder) to ease to fevers, aversion to cold, stiff neck, and a superficial pulse
- Shao Yang (Triple Warmer and gallbladder) to address alternating chills and fever, fullness in the costal and hypochondriac regions, mental restlessness, bitter taste, dry throat, blurry vision, and taut pulse
- Yang Ming (large intestine and stomach) to bring relief for a high fever, sweating, thirst, flushed face, restlessness, yellow/dry tongue, and a superficial and forceful pulse
- Tai Yin (lungs and spleen) to ease abdominal fullness, vomiting, poor appetite, diarrhea, abdominal pain (that is better with warmth and/or pressure), no thirst, pale tongue with white coat, and slow pulse
- Shao Yin (heart and kidney) to address aversion to cold, listlessness, desire to sleep, cold limbs, diarrhea, clear urine, pale tongue with white coat, thread pulse, mental restlessness, insomnia, dry mouth/throat, deep yellow urine, red tongue, and a rapid, thready pulse
- Jue Yin (Pericardium and liver) to bring relief for a hot/painful sensation in the chest, hunger but no desire to eat, cold limbs, diarrhea, and vomiting
Module 9: Central Meridian Empowerment — Harmonizing All Meridians to Unify Heaven, Earth & Human Qi as One
As your journey through this course comes to a close, you’ll learn about your Central Meridian, an energy channel that connects the top of your head and your perineum.
It crosses all three energy centers (dantians) and all meridians, and harmonizes energy around them. It also keeps extending up from the top of your head to connect with Heaven Qi, and down from your perineum to connect with Earth Qi, which makes you a truly organic part of the universe, fully resourceful with your universal energy.
In this final week, Robert Peng will introduce one more special practice: Central Meridian Breathing Empowerment to harmonize all meridians and unify Heaven, Earth, and Human Qi as one.
In this closing module, you’ll explore:
- A review An overview of the theory of 4 Golden Wheels
- Insight into your Central Meridian, including its special function of harmonizing and connecting
- A Central Meridian breathing empowerment practice
- How to organize your Qigong practices wisely so Qigong is a natural, pleasant tool for your daily life
About Robert Peng
Robert Peng, a world-renowned Qigong master and healer, was born and raised in Hunan, China. At age eight, he began an intensive apprenticeship under the close guidance of the legendary monk Xiao Yao, an enlightened master known for his profound healing ability and martial arts skill. At age 15, Robert endured a 100-day water fast in a small, dark room at a secluded monastery in the remote mountains of Hunan province, which initiated a radical spiritual transformation and awakened amazing healing powers. After pursuing his training quietly while attending a university in Changsha, he began to teach publicly at 29, and within five years had trained over 150,000 students all over China, Australia, and the U.S.
With his deep understanding and practice of Qigong, and with extensive life and teaching experience in the Western world, Robert has developed a unique way to teach Qigong that people from various cultures can easily understand and follow while enjoying the real essence of this ancient Chinese healing art of wisdom, love, and vitality.
Robert is author of The Master Key: Qigong Secrets for Vitality, Love, and Wisdom, and the DVD/CD companion series, The Master Key. He has been a regular presenter at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Esalen Institute, Integrative Health Symposium, and many other organizations and schools.
Together with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Pema Chödrön, Robert was honored as one of Spirituality & Health magazine’s Top 10 Spiritual Heroes of 2013 for his contribution to transforming the ancient Chinese healing art of Qigong into one of today’s fastest-growing holistic practices.
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