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Mens sana in corpore sano - A sound mind in a sound body 

Ancient Methods to Achieve Vitality!

The oldest, most profound, Oriental Secrets of the Heavenly Circulation! most universal of all symbols is the human body.  The ancient mysteries in all cultures taught that the laws, powers and elements of the expansive universe were epitomized in the human constitution. 

Based on this philosophy, the ancient Taoist of China conceived the Heavenly Circulation of Chi meditation in which one cultivates and circulates warm healing internal energy from the sun, moon, nature and the inner self.

In this program, Dr. Vickie Eng will teach you deep breathing, deep relaxation, muscle energy technique, Oriental Secrets of Heavenly Circulation healing massage and most importantly, the ancient Taoist Chi Kung of the Heavenly Circulation of energy.

With these techniques you will awaken the individual energy points on the front and back of the body and then circulate warm healing energy through the body's inner Heavenly Circulation of Chi.

Modern research from around the world indicates that Chi Kung can greatly improve overall health and is effective in curing or alleviating a wide variety of ailments including asthma, allergies, diabetes, hypertension, even paralysis and cancer, among many other unpleasant physical and emotional symptoms.

Hosted by Dr. Vickie Eng, D.C.   Dr. Eng received a B.A. in Economics from Emory University and graduated Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College in 1982.  She is a National Board Diplomate.  In her practice she utilizes Applied and Clinical Kinesiology. Dr. Vickie Eng, D.C. She has lived and practiced in Hong Kong while traveling throughout Asia. She has taught for 20 years at TROB Global School, a non-profit Organization whose mission is to assist each individual to find their niche, express their talents and abilities and in so doing, live their dream.  She resides with her husband and daughter in Atlanta, Georgia where she has a private practice.

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    Lik Power

    Lik (Li) is the natural strength a man's body possesses.  It is his physical constitution and it varies from person to person. Sometimes a smaller person is naturally stronger than a larger person and sometimes the larger person is not naturally strong. In the case of one's Lik (natural strength) size is not always an indicator.

    Ging Power

    Ging (Jing) is based on the Lik (natural strength) of a person but it is not natural. It is a refined strength, a strength that is acquired after special training. Martial art often speaks of "fa jing or fat ging", that is the issuing, emitting or sending forth of refined strength by various skills.

    Lik and Ging Power

    Think of the body builder. He has both lik and ging. His natural strength (lik) is due to his body size and his refined strength (ging) is developed in the movement of lifting weights. Therefore, his ging is useful in moving weights. The person who digs ditches with a shovel will develop a refined power (ging) that allows him the greatest ease and comfort at shovelling. We can see the better our (lik) natural strength the greater our refined strength will also be.

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