Fu Wei Zhong Traditional Chinese Medicine: Rationale and Practice

Wednesday, November 20, 7:30 PM
Venue: Jonsson Performance Hall
Ticket: Free
Season: 2013-14

His Eminence Grandmaster Fu Wei-Zhong will give a lecture and demonstration on a traditional medical system that has been healing people for three thousand years. He will present the basic rationale of traditional Chinese medicine and demonstrate its healing power through on-the-spot diagnosis (feeling the pulse and looking at the tongue) and treatment (acupuncture and acu-point massage). He will also make moves to adjust the audience’s human bio-magnetic field and give instructions on how to do body nurturing and prevent diseases.     

 

Grandmaster Fu Wei-Zhong came from a family of traditional Chinese medicine for several generations and is widely regarded as China's "Medical Buddha." Chosen by the departed Holiness Grandmaster Ju Zan, Executive President of Chinese Association of Buddhism, he is the 13th “Robe-and-Bowl” Lineage Holder of Chinese Omei Linji school of Health, Healing, and Enlightenment, a system of therapy which integrates traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and moxibustion, Taoist body-nurturing, Buddhist meditation, Qi Gong massage, acu-point energy transmission, and other healing techniques. Master Fu has authored half a dozen books on Chinese metaphysics, medicine, qi-gong, body-nurturing, and healing. He has been lecturing and giving workshops in several dozen cities in Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America and Oceania.   

http://www.emeiqigong.us/lineage/lineage/fu-wei-zhong.html



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