Taoist Light Qigong for Self-Healing

Self-healing has many aspects, for example: physical pain and aches, emotional anxiety and depression, mental disturbances and distractions, a spiritual sense of lost and aimlessness.

Self-Healing needs a correct and effective tool, many of us choose Taoist Light Qigong self-healing practice after many years of searching and trying different modalities. Energetic healing is very powerful way to heal untreatable, incurable, impossible, and unexplainable conditions.

Start sooner and take charge of your own health and the direction where it goes. It does take time and commitment to do it, but it brings a quick balance and healing results everyday.

Making a commitment on one Saturday to obtain a great, authentic practice for self-healing; our ancestors have already proved it’s value, and one can save thousands in treatment bills and in trying to avoid pain and suffering in future.

We wish all great health, peace, and happiness in life. May all have a happy long life.

History of Taoist Light Wellness

Taoist Light Qigong Retreat Center was founded by Master Shitai Zhou and Chiyan’s parents Yuzhen Han and Weiye Wang on Xing Long mountains in LanZhou, China in 1980. Soon after, they created a sub-center in Xi’an city, China. At times, two particular buses went back and forth to pick up clients from airport and train station.

With the three Qigong Masters’ help and support, Chiyan founded Taoist Light Wellness in Santa Barbara in 1993 to perform private healing sessions and she also taught Taoist Light Qigong in UCSB Community Center as well as in Santa Barbara College of Oriental medicine.

Taoist Light Wellness moved in current location inside the California State Building on Feb 1, 2015. In the past three years, Taoist Light Wellness has been expanding to its own unique and peaceful healing sanctuary.

In the past 25 years, Taoist Light Wellness in Santa Barbara has received thousands of clients from all over the world.

Why Group practice/Group Healing?

To support TL students/practitioners on the path of of Self-healing and Self-cultivation, we hold this healing space for group practice and group Healing on every Thursday morning 10-11:30am!

Please join group practice and group Healing session regularly, energy multiplies when more people gather and keep on a correct and straight journey of cultivation.

Why choose Taoist Light Qigong out of thousands of Qigong styles?

  1. Pure and authentic origin: A whole simple yet powerful set of Qigong comes with long generations of lineage.

  2. Experienced Instructor: more than 30 years of teaching and healing in China and the U.S. who dedicates to support you to practice correctly and successfully.

  3. Individual and customized movements: You come to receive the key to the WAY, and your movements will be different from others according to your own needs and joyful experience.

  4. An actual class room: many people have been coming and building up amazing Qi/energy field with power, healing and tranquility.

  5. Simplicity: mostly it only takes one day to learn a set of key words to open the universal gate of energy resource.

Students at all levels, ages, conditions, or religions are welcome to study Taoist Light Qigong to start the healing journey of health, youth, happiness and longevity.

New beginnger workshop is on this coming Saturday!

We are going to hold the beginning training on Oct. 20 Sat. 10-4pm. It will be a transmission of Taoist Light Qigong level I, work on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing. Please come to learn this personalized technique for self healing. It is said that you know your body the best, so you know how to heal yourself.

The address is 411 E. Canon Perdido St. Suite 16, Santa Barbara, Ca 93101

Phone to sign up (805)699-6688

Taoist Light Medical Qigong to fit busy life style

Taoist Light Medical Qigong training is coming up on this Saturday, Oct. 6, 2-4 pm at Taoist Light Wellness. Welcome new comers and returning students to come back refreshing the teaching.

Finding the root and original knot of illnesses, so we can untie it… simple yet powerful practice, only takes 3-5 min a day. Promote healing for old unwholesome conditions and future illness prevention.

We look forward to working with you on Saturday!

Mid-Autumn Festival tea-gathering

9/22 ( Saturday) 2-4 pm. Welcome to all.

The Mid-autumn Festival Tune

míng yuè jǐ shí yǒu bǎ jiǔ wèn qīng tiān

明 月 几 时 有?把 酒 问 青 天。

When will the moon be bright and clear?

With a cup in my hand, I ask the deep blue sky.

bù zhī tiān shàng gōng què jīn xī shì hé niān

不 知 天 上 宫 阙,今 夕 是 何 年。

Not knowing what is the time of year

would be tonight in the palace on high.

wǒ yù chéng fēng guī qù yòu kǒng qiòng lòu yù yù gāo chù bú shèng hán

我 欲 乘 风 归 去,又 恐 琼 楼 玉 宇, 高 处 不 胜 寒。

Riding the wind, there I would fly.

Yet I wonder if the jade and crystal mansions would be too high and freezing.

qǐ wǔ nóng qīng yǐng hé sì zài rén jiān

起 舞 弄 清 影,何 似 在 人 间?

Dancing with my shadow, how does it feel in the world?

zhuān zhū gē dī qǐ hù zhào wú mián

转 朱 阁,低 绮 户,照 无 眠。

Turning around the red pavilion, stooping through the gauzed window, the moon shines upon the sleepless.

bù yīng yǒu hèng hé shì cháng xiàng bié shí yuān

不 应 有 恨,何 事 长 向 别 时 圆?

The moon should bear us no ill-will, why is it oft full and bright when people part from each other?

rēn yǒu bēi huān lí hé yuè yǒu yīn qíng yuán quē cǐ shì gǔ nān quān

人 有 悲 欢 离 合, 月 有 阴 晴 圆 缺,此 事 古 难 全。

People may have sorrows and joys, partings and reunions,

as well as the moon is bright or dim, wax and wane. Rare is perfect since the ancient times.

dàn yuàn rén cháng jiǔ qiān lǐ góng chán juān

但 愿 人 长 久,千 里 共 婵 娟。

May we live long and share the beauty of the moon together,

even if we are hundreds of miles apart.

Su Shi was a famous poet in North Song (960-1127). In this poem, the emotions of joy and sadness combine with philosophical thinking reflecting the author’s feeling of complexity and contradiction, as well as passion of life and the optimistic view.

Searching the WAY

Since most self-cultivators’ life purpose is to achieve awakening state in this one life time. Usually only the cultivator himself can realize he has reached this goal. There is a story about a man who went out traveling searching the Tao (the way), he finally got back to the temple and saw his teacher still read all the books day and night but could not get it. It happened that a little fly was trying to go through the window covered with paper. He decided to convey a message to his teacher by saying: “ Oh, little fly, don't you see the door is wide open, why are you still trying so hard to pass through the old window paper?” His teacher then realized that his student had already obtained Tao.

Since the Tao is invisible and untouchable, we often follow a great teacher who has obtained Tao and manifested enlightenment in them. When cultivators ask what are the characteristics of a Taoist or Buddhist who have reached enlightenment?

Basically two things: no attachment to self and no attachment to certain ways, thus there is no suffering or agony as a consequence.

Attachment is not diligent practice, attachment will root more pain and discomforts; but a diligent practice leads non-attachment and fulfillment of cultivation.

So keep up with your practice to non-attachment following the natural flow and go to obtain your Tao/the Way. You will know once you are there/here.