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Sent: Monday, May 16, 2005 10:26 AM

Subject: Guigen for Relief of Migraine Symptoms

Dear Dr. Xu, (from Lee Whamond - Simon Blow's Qigong Study Group-March/April, 2005)

Thank you once again for your excellent workshops in Beijing. When our group was receiving your learned instruction, the subject of migraines came up. There were two of us in Simon's group who suffer from migraines regularly (myself every two weeks and another woman every month). Your instruction to practice Guigen slowly and smoothly has proved amazingly powerful, I haven't had a migraine since returning from China. I suffered a migraine on my second day in China (after the first session with you) - I believe this was due to the change of environmental conditions and the stress of the plane flight.

Since returning to Australia, I have been practicing the Guigen Qigong, slowly and smoothly, at least once a day (morning - and sometimes also in the afternoon). I haven't had a migraine since the China episode - six weeks! I had been having them approximately every two weeks for about 20 years! So regularly in fact that I would expect them and surrender to the pain by retiring to bed for the day. The pain would be so debilitating and would include vomiting every half hour for up to 17 hours, that I would be exhausted for the next 24 hours.

I am a massage therapist (30 years experience), having studied with The Melbourne School of Tactile Therapies for two and a half years, specializing in acupressure. I have been able to relieve other people's headaches/migraines using acupressure and massage, but unfortunately, I have not been able to get that relief for myself, either by self-massage or from other massage therapists.

The Guigen Qigong is proving a "God Send" (or "Dr. Xu send") for my level of fitness, health and stamina. I have been practicing tai chi chuan and qigong for many years, however, have found the Guigen series extremely effective for me. I have taught different classes over the years, including massage techniques, relaxation and various tai chi forms and qigong exercises. I have recently introduced the Guigen series (on your recommendation for a student in my class) and those participating notice an increased body awareness and relaxation after the class.

I truly enjoy and submerge myself in these exercises when I practice, concentrating on relaxing and performing them slowly and smoothly. I begin with hands in "kidney/resting on water" position for "warm up". Thank you very much for designing these exercises and for passing on your vast experience and wisdom to your humble student.

If you are ever in Australia (specifically North East Victoria), I would truly enjoy catching up with you and perhaps co-ordinating a workshop in our region. I am sure you would be amazed by the powerful qi in Australia, which I feel is a very different energy from that found in China. Both are very powerful, but very different. I feel Australian qi is more primal or "untamed" than that in China, especially in the desert centre of Australia where there has been no western influences or commercial development. I would welcome your thoughts on this.

Take care Dr. Xu, and once again, thank you. I'm hoping to make it back to China for the Medical Qigong Conference in June, 2006.

Kind regards, 

Lee Whamond

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Dear Dr Xu,

I would be honored for you to use my email in your website. I believe qigong has the potential to solve many medical problems, not just migraine. I have been recommending your website to the participants in my classes and also to anyone interested in finding out more about qigong and its health benefits. I have been completing the whole six sections myself, on a daily basis, but, in my classes I have just been concentrating on the opening movement "Drawing Heavenly Qi" so that the moves are performed slowly and smoothly. Is this OK? Or, is it more effective to complete the six sections and then go over them one by one? Hope you don't mind me emailing you about these details. Thank you Dr. Xu.

Kind Regards, 

Lee

 

Dear Ms. Lee Whamond,

Thank you for replying and I will post your mail on discussion group first.

>>>I believe qigong has the potential to solve many medical problems, not just migraine.

Yes, you are right.

>>>I have been completing the whole six sections myself, on a daily basis, but, in my classes I have just been concentrating on the opening movement "Drawing Heavenly Qi" so that the moves are performed slowly and smoothly. Is this OK? Or, is it more effective to complete the six sections and then go over them one by one?

The most important is basing on you or your client' condition, and you can do it in some new ways, through which you may find some better principle.

Thank you for sharing your practice experiences with others and me.

Dr Xu

 

From: "ShuLei" Date: Sat Jun 18, 2005 2:29 am

Subject: Re: Guigen Qigong and Migraines, Ms. Lee Whamond’ experiences

Dear Dr. Xu, Ms. Lee, and everyone,

Greetings. How are you Dr.Xu? In another month, I will have a demo playback on http://www.zenpoarts.com and http://www.blossomingspirit.com. I will keep in touch soon.

Hello, Ms. Lee. I was so pleased to see your testimonial and your visit to Beijing. I am in the healing arts and ready to market my Guigen Qigong DVD. If you are open to the idea, we would so appreciate your permission to refer to your experience. My recovered liver cancer patient has also continued to receive benefits from Guigen. The expansion of Guigen is so very exciting to me and anyone who is drawn to learning it and there are countless.

Best wishes.

ShuLei

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