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Qigong - Falun Gong - 2001

Qigong - Falun Gong - 2001

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F
ALUN
G
ONG
L
I
H
ONGZHI
Translation of Chapter I, II, III Updated in April 2001
 
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CONTENTS
Lunyu............................................................................................................................1Chapter I Introduction................................................................................................1
1. The Origins of Qigong...........................................................................................12. Qi and Gong...........................................................................................................33. Gong Potency and Supernormal Abilities..............................................................34. The Third Eye........................................................................................................65. Qigong Treatments and Hospital Treatments......................................................106. Buddha School Qigong and Buddhism................................................................127. Righteous Cultivation Ways and Evil Ways........................................................14
Chapter II Falun Gong..............................................................................................19
1. The Falun’s Function...........................................................................................192. The Falun’s Configuration...................................................................................203. Characteristics of Falun Gong Cultivation...........................................................214. Cultivation of Both Mind and Body....................................................................235. Mind-Intent..........................................................................................................266. Levels of Cultivation in Falun Gong....................................................................27
Chapter III Cultivation of Xinxing...........................................................................30
1. Xinxing’s Inner Meaning.....................................................................................302. Loss and Gain.......................................................................................................313. Simultaneous Cultivation of Zhen, Shan, and Ren..............................................334. Eliminating Jealousy............................................................................................345. Eliminating Attachments......................................................................................356. Karma...................................................................................................................367. Demonic Interference...........................................................................................408. Inborn Quality and Enlightenment Quality..........................................................419. A Clear and Pure Mind........................................................................................42
Chapter IV Falun Gong Practice System...............................................................44
1. Fozhan Qianshou Fa (Buddha Showing A Thousand Hands Exercise)...............442. Falun Zhuang Fa (The Falun Standing Stance Exercise).....................................503. Guantong Liang Ji Fa (Penetrating the Two Cosmic Extremes Exercises).........534. Falun Zhou Tian Fa (Falun Heavenly Circulation Exercise)...............................575. Shen Tong Jia Chi Fa (Strengthening Divine Powers Exercise).........................60
Chapter V Questions and Answers...........................................................................67
1. Falun (
 Law Wheel 
) and Falun Gong....................................................................672. Practice Principles and Methods..........................................................................703. Cultivating Xinxing (
mind-nature
)......................................................................844. Tianmu (
Third Eye
)..............................................................................................885. Tribulations..........................................................................................................936. Dimensions and Humankind................................................................................94
Glossary of Terms and Pronunciation.....................................................................96
 
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Lunyu
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The
BUDDHA FA
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is most profound; it is the most intricate and extraordinary scienceof all theories in the world. In order to explore this domain, people mustfundamentally change their conventional human notions. Failing that, the truth of theuniverse will forever remain a mystery to humankind, and everyday people willforever crawl within the boundaries set by their own ignorance.So what exactly is this
 
BUDDHA FA
, then? A religion? A philosophy? It isunderstood as such only by “modernized scholars of Buddhism.” They merely study iton a theoretical level, regarding it as something that falls within the domain of  philosophy for critical studies and so-called research. In actuality, the
BUDDHA FA
isnot limited to the little portion in the sutras, which is only the
BUDDHA FA
at anelementary level. From particles and molecules to the universe, from the even smaller to the even greater, the
BUDDHA FA
offers insight into all mysteries, encompassingeverything and omitting nothing. It is the nature of the universe, Zhen-Shan-Ren,
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expressed in different ways at different levels. It is also what the Dao School calls theDao,
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and what the Buddha School calls the Fa. No matter how advanced the science of today’s humankind may be, it can onlyaccount for part of the universe’s mysteries. Once we mention specific phenomena of the
BUDDHA FA
, there are people who will say: “We’re now in the electronic age,and science is so advanced. Spaceships have flown to other planets, but you’re stilltalking about those old superstitions.” To be frank, no matter how advancedcomputers may be, they are no match for the human brain, which remains an enigmato this day. Regardless of how far spaceships may travel, they still cannot fly beyondthis physical dimension in which our human race exists. What can be understood withtoday’s human knowledge is still extremely shallow and limited—it is nowhere near agenuine understanding of the true nature of the universe. Some people do not evendare to face up to, approach, or acknowledge the facts of phenomena that objectivelyexist, all because these people are too conservative and are unwilling to change their conventional notions when thinking. Only the
BUDDHA FA
can completely unveil themysteries of the universe, space-time, and the human body. It can truly distinguish thekind from the wicked, the good from the bad, and it can dispel all misconceptionswhile providing the correct understanding.The guiding principles of today’s human science confine its development andresearch to this physical world, as a subject will not be studied until it isacknowledged—it follows this path. As for phenomena that are intangible andinvisible, but objectively existing and reflected into our physical world as realmanifestations, they are avoided and treated as inexplicable phenomena. Stubborn people have, on unsubstantiated grounds, entrenched themselves in their argumentthat these are just “natural” phenomena. People with ulterior motives have actedagainst their own consciences by labeling all of these phenomena as superstitions. 
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Lunyu (loon-yew)—“An explanation using language.”
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Fa (fah)—“Law,” “Way,” or “Principles.
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Zhen-Shan-Ren
 
(juhn-shahn-ren)—Zhen means “Truth, Truthfulness”; Shan, “Compassion,Benevolence, Kindness, Goodness”; Ren, “Forbearance, Tolerance, Endurance, Self-Control.”
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Dao (dow)—“the Way” (also spelled “Tao”); this term can also refer to one who has “attained theDao.”

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