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Master Anthony Wee
CHI DYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL
CHI DYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL is a network of centres dedicated to promoting and teaching Chi Dynamics Qi Gong and Meditation techniques.
Published by Chi Dynamics Sdn. Bhd. Copyright © Anthony Wee 2004 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means – electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise – without the prior permission of Chi Dynamics Sdn. Bhd.
Chi Dynamics Qi Gong and Meditation Exercises are not intended as a replacement for professional medical treatment and advice. The publisher, the author and the photographer cannot accept responsibility for any injuries or damages incurred as a result of practising or following any of the techniques mentioned in this booklet. If you are suffering from a medical condition that leads you to doubt the suitability of any of the techniques, or if you are pregnant, it is advisable to consult a medical practitioner beforehand.
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Acknowledgements Foreword 1. Introduction 2. Understanding Cancer • Why do some people suffer from cancer and not others? • What causes cancer? • Foods and substances and cancer • Approaches to combating cancer • Acidity versus Alkalinity • Nutrition for healing • Emotional well-being • Positive Mental Attitude • Cancer cells cannot thrive in an oxygenated environment! 3. Chi Dynamics and its impact on the treatment of cancer • Getting started with Chi Dynamics in your treatment of cancer • Special Points to bear in mind before starting • The “Block of Breathing” Method • Maintaining and persisting • Summary: Sensations that you may feel while doing the correct “Block of Breathing” 4. De-stressing and Detoxification – Exercises specifically designed for this purpose 3
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5. Acu-cupping: Drug-Free Pain Relief 6. Frequently asked questions (FAQs) 7. APPENDIX I: Testimonials 8. APPENDIX II: A summary of what cancer patients/carers should know 9. APPENDIX III: Chi Dynamics Centres 10. References 11. Sponsors
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Regards. Dr. Hew Chee Wai. Craig Francis for their photographic work. Tan Soo Kong for his co-ordination and supervision in the production. Kong Voon Sin. Nicholas Chia. Swee Lip Quek for his vision and excellent editing work. E.K. Dr. Gan. K. Shane Francis. Yin Wee for the beautiful cover photo of the Blue Mountains. K.O. Master Anthony Wee September 2004 . Lai for his creative artwork and layout design. Chi Dynamics Instructors. Ong Kah Yong. Judy Teoh. Ron Song. Robyn Hudson and Ellen Loh for assisting in editing and research.Acknowledgements My special thanks and appreciation to all who contributed and made this booklet a reality: The support from my wife Linda and our daughters May and Yin. Col. Gill Nunn. Alan and Larry Yong. Dr.M. and Mei Lan Kuan. All volunteers. members and trainees who through the years contributed to my knowledge and insight by their interest and queries. David Lim and Francis Heng for their enthusiastic support.
Finally. it is timely that Master Anthony Wee of Chi Dynamics International has come out with this booklet “Cancer Care with Chi Dynamics” as a resource for cancer sufferers. Therefore. This booklet will certainly be of benefit to all cancer sufferers in their endeavor for “self healing”. in addition to conventional treatments. tend to seek alternative or complementary therapies.Foreword Cancer is becoming an increasingly important factor in the global burden of disease. As many as one-third of these cancers worldwide could have been prevented by practising healthy lifestyles and diet. decreasing tobacco consumption as well as early detection of cancer through screening. The World Cancer Report states that global cancer rates could increase by 50% to 15 million by 2020. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Master Anthony Wee for his untiring efforts to help cancer sufferers by the production of this booklet. Gan Eng Meng Coordinator Qigong Cancer Support Unit University of Malaya Alumni Society Malaysia . Cancer sufferers. Dr.
as I am fighting cancer? • How can I heal myself? . questions that we are frequently asked include: • How can I alleviate the unbearable pain of cancer? • I can’t sleep because I constantly worry about my condition – which only makes things worse. This body of knowledge now forms an integral part of the application of Chi Dynamics in the treatment of cancer sufferers. What can I do to get some proper sleep? • Why do I feel so exhausted every morning? • I constantly feel stressed and depressed. I am happy to respond not only because of these frequent requests but also because of my father’s experience and victory over cancer. How can I relax? • How do I boost my blood count. as it is low and I have stopped my chemotherapy? • How do I enhance my immune system as I am constantly getting infections? • What can I do to help bring balance back into my life? • What are the best ‘Chi’ exercises for me to do now. I will seek to share the knowledge my team and I have acquired. On the topic of cancer. there have been many requests for me to compile this booklet.1 Introduction Over the years. In this booklet.
• I understand that some foods can cause cancer. chemical pollution. However. our experience indicates that the practice of Chi Dynamics can contribute powerfully in supplementing primary and other therapies for cancer patients. and heavy metal contamination cause cancer? • What are the main ‘carcinogens’? • Why have I suffered a relapse? I want to emphasize upfront that we do not have answers for all the above questions. We emphasize ‘supplementing’ because we do not believe that there is any one answer to this very complex affliction. . What should I eat – and what should I avoid? • Can electro magnetic waves.
An alkaline condition enhances the immune system .2 Understanding Cancer Why do some people suffer from cancer and not others? Every person has cancer cells in his/her body. For a person that has been cleared by a doctor as “having no more cancer cells left in his/her body”. cosmic radiation. What causes cancer? Cancer may be caused by many factors – in isolation as well as in combination with others: 1. One’s genetic predisposition makes one statistically more likely to develop cancer. Genetics – genetic mutation occurs before a cell turns cancerous. excessive exposure to gamma rays. 3.e. . polluted air.whereas an acidic condition weakens it. heavy metals and chemicals. When the immune system is strong. Environmental factors – tobacco smoke (people who have never smoked cigarettes can develop cancer through passive smoking i. Radiation exposure – nuclear radiation. water. it just means that the numbers are below what can be detected. cancer cells will be destroyed and thus will be prevented from multiplying and forming tumours. excessive exposure to ultra violet rays. These do not show up in standard tests until they have multiplied into numbers sufficient to be measured. asbestos. through exposure to cigarette smoke). 2.
salt preserved foods may give rise to cancer of the digestive tract. . cellular phones and electrical appliances may cause adverse health consequences. electric and magnetic fields around power lines. Foods and substances and cancer 1. • Milk causes the body to produce mucus. Foods that feed cancer cells • Sugar feeds cancer (sugar provides the base for cancer cells to form energy anaerobically). Foods linked to cancer • Oils and Fats. microwave. Charred or burnt meat and foods have heterocyclic amines (HCAs).g.polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are found in the smoke as fat burns. which is important for the formation of tumours and can make them resistant to drugs and radiation). Viruses – certain viruses cause genetic changes in cells that make them more likely to become cancerous (e. Impaired immune system response.4. processed meats. 5. Hepatitis B and C and liver cancer). particularly when heated under extreme temperatures and/or reused repeatedly. • Barbequed foods . Artificial sweeteners are also harmful. infrared radiation. 2.g. They are found to be carcinogenic. • Smoked foods. A better substitute would be natural unprocessed honey (recent research has found it to be an antioxidant) or molasses. but only in small amounts. especially in the gastro-intestinal tract. The link to cancer needs to be looked into further. radio waves. 6. (Certain tumour cells produce mucin. tend to turn carcinogenic. Cancer feeds on mucus. Low frequency radiation (non-ionizing radiation) from sources e. Diet – unbalanced diet with nutritional excesses and/or deficiencies.
thus. the longer you take to exhale. but the overall system needs to be more alkaline for healing. etc. meditation. Generally speaking. Eat more vegetables. here are some suggestions: 1. the more alkaline the content. soothing music. conducive for healing. There needs to be a balance of both within the body. However. 3. 4. Utilise external stimulation that induces a positive emotional state . humour and other forms of healthy entertainment. an alkaline condition is hostile to cancer cells and.g. carbonic acid is produced in our cells and exhaled as carbon dioxide. Cancer cells prefer acidic conditions! Conversely. Generally. 2. Create hostile conditions for cancer cells. lactic acid is produced in our muscles. 2.anything that makes you feel happy. 3. Chi Dynamics breathing methods help to balance the Ying and Yang of the body and to maintain the body’s delicate PH balance. the more alkaline the body becomes. Avoid food and substances that feed cancer cells. Adopt a consistently positive mental attitude (PMA!) – take (lots of) time to smile and to laugh! To avoid excessive acidity. Ying is the acidic condition and Yang. When we move. 4. contented. Acidity versus Alkalinity The ancient Chinese concept of Ying and Yang is still highly relevant today. unfortunately. the more bitter the vegetables. carefree. Acids are required in the stomach to digest food. Provide conditions conducive for healing.Approaches to combating cancer 1. stress causes the body to be more acidic. relaxed. the alkaline. To create the essential alkaline state. peaceful and calm e. Excessive consumption of deep fried foods and red meat and . reduce the following: 1. Invoke one’s “inner spirit” for survival. the body naturally tends to be acidic. Uric acid is produced naturally in the body and it is well known that excessive uric acid causes painful conditions such as gout. This is a vital principle in the practice and application of Chi Dynamics.
Kimchi (Korean). balance emotions. 4. we live in the 21st century! With the host of “eat healthily but deliciously” books and websites available today. and deliver a sense of well-being.alcohol . Shallow breathing i. having to sacrifice taste for health certainly need not be the case. you may still need to look at other options. bean sprouts. Examples of “good foods” are: fermented foods like Miso (Japanese).as they are usually acidic. 3. Practise healthy “common sense” without going “over the top” and you will be far more likely to live well.too often overlooked and neglected body of knowledge. you may still have to move out of your comfort zone a bit (and change is usually uncomfortable at the outset) – but aren’t radiant health and well-being worth it? So. enjoyably. garbage in – stays in)! Nutrition is a broad. Much of this has to do with the fact that eating is a key source of enjoyment for the majority . Then act on your plan to eat – healthily. anger. upper chest breathing (rather than deep diaphragmatic breathing – which is the key to Chi Dynamics). stress and depression. A negative mental attitude – keep optimistic – look for the “silver lining” in everything as it helps healing.e. seeds and nuts. Sure. 2. soya products (Chinese). Emotional well-being Although breathing exercises uplift the spirit. Nutrition for healing There is much truth in the saying “you are what you eat” (or put another way. .and that the general perception is that healthy foods are boring and tasteless foods! However.e. Because there are many types of cancers. research and equip yourself with the knowledge needed to improve your diet. find out the best types of food and nutrition for the condition you seek to resolve or avoid. External trauma or events that give rise to negative emotions i. essential but still – regrettably . anxiety. whereas a pessimistic defeatist spirit retards healing. inexpensively and conveniently. bitterness. fear.
Our Cancer Care Support Trainers. depression. fought. Find out how others have dealt with and overcome their fears. anxiety. decided not to succumb. Never. besides teaching Chi Dynamics Breathing Methods. refused to give up – and have won! . we would strongly recommend that you seek out and interact with uplifting and supportive people. “Laughter is the best medicine” is a well-known expression. Adopt.From the experience of those cancer patients we have worked with. get counselling from qualified professionals. regardless of how daunting the challenges are. depressed and surrender to your fears . including audio-visual programmes. Many have fought and overcome the same “enemy” you face. your victory will not be an exception! Immerse yourself in motivational. Research has shown that patients have a 30% better chance of recovery when they have positive support from others. Follow and add to the growing ranks of those who have faced cancer. go on retreats with people who offer support in any of these areas and can help guide you through any lifestyle changes you make. join a support group with people who have themselves recovered from cancer and who can support you as you deal with your illness. Positive Mental Attitude Cancer is a disease of the mind-body and spirit and certainly NOT just the body! Even at this distressing time in your life. It has been done. Because it activates the ‘Tan Tien’. persisted. be thankful and count your blessings (for there are surely some!) – do not wallow in self-pity. The latter may require more effort but you will have a better quality of life! And a far better chance of winning! Dwell on the positives. ever give up! REMEMBER: Cancer is no longer a death sentence! It is an obstacle to be challenged and overcome. (a Chi Dynamics technique) “Belly Laughing” is strongly recommended. do and persist. inspirational and humorous matters.or you can choose to be positive. So. grief and stress during their crises. it helps to know that you have a choice! You can choose to be negative. adapt. are also a good source of encouragement and positive vibrations.
stick with it and it will sustain you. This is what Chi Dynamics is all about. If you have a faith or a belief system. learn and practise the Chi Dynamics methods. Oxygen therapy is another means used to destroy cancer cells.and must make! Ask yourself: How long can I survive without food? How long can I survive without water? How long can I survive without air? We often change what we eat and drink. we need to learn how to breathe properly – for this will make a vital difference to your health and it will be a benefit that will last! Get the optimum quality and quantity of air with every breath you take.” Whatever you believe can play a part in your recovery. By doing so. . Cancer cells cannot thrive in an oxygenated environment! The daily practice of Chi Dynamics breathing. you will have your own oxygen therapy as often as you choose – for free! Chi Dynamics will then help your body to become more alkaline and it will boost your immune system every time you do it! There are some factors in our lives over which we can take control and change to make a difference. exercises and meditation helps to inject greater amounts of oxygen into your cells. This is one very important change we can . If you want to enjoy the healing benefits for yourself. Considering the far greater importance of air.“Faith can move mountains.
in harmony. particularly endorphins for pain relief 9. the body becomes energised and thereby tends to be healthier. Better sleep and relaxation . whereas cells that have an optimum supply of oxygen do not mutate (i. Pain relief 2. where oxygenrespiration. is ample and efficient. A key objective and process of Chi Dynamics techniques is to maximise the beneficial assimilation of oxygen in the body to promote well-being and healing. Improved lymphatic drainage 4. Increased blood and thermal circulation 8.e. Chi Dynamics’ “Block of Breathing” method is highly beneficial. cells that are rich in oxygen. Increased release of neuro-chemicals. Better absorption of nutrition and enhancement of digestion 5. Increased energy 3. Improved disposal of body waste 6. turn cancerous).3 Chi Dynamics and its impact on the treatment of cancer Chi Dynamics is an “Art” of generating beneficial and healing energy through combining the relaxed but focused mind (“Yi”) and the body . i. because it promotes: 1. Why the emphasis on oxygen? And what is its relevance to the prevention and treatment of Cancer? Whilst there are detractors. In addition. a wealth of medical research and opinion that suggests that cells that are deficient in oxygen are inclined to mutate.e. In the treatment and care of Cancer patients. Enhanced immune system 7. there is nonetheless.
anxiety and stress 11. spinal column. from very mild to moderate warmth coursing through the body. the pain will go. up to a rippling at the hairline and on the scalp. Consequently. They should then increase (particularly. If you have pain. The “Block of Breathing” method is done in a relaxed state and will bring about no physical ‘wear and tear’.10. on the contrary. promotes relaxation and well being) it should be done five to seven times a day for sessions of half an hour or even longer. Regaining and maintaining the balance of Ying and Yang – which is vital to sustaining total health of mind and body We will go into more detail concerning these benefits as we progress through this booklet. especially the face. It will become more pronounced and you will. each session should last as long as it takes to feel any of the following ‘signs’. • Heat waves . Just let it come. in due course. 3. You should feel: • A slight numbness and warmth at the pain site. Do not fight it. These may be imperceptible in the beginning. These signs indicate proper “Chi Flow” (energy flow) through the body. It must be emphasized that Chi Dynamics is not an alternative to conventional medical treatment of cancer. It is a supplementary and complementary therapy! 2. this indicates the flow of .not ‘pins and needles’). feel a pulsing vibration coursing through your body. • ‘Tremors’ through the body. • The pain eases and then goes away completely. • A tingling sensation (pleasant . Improved sense of well being which helps to alleviate depression. sometimes deeper around the face and head. hands and fingers. Getting started with Chi Dynamics in your treatment of cancer 1. Regardless of how intense the pain is. In the beginning.heat flow. with correct and regular practice of “Block of Breathing”. as this is not an exercise that will result in strain or tiredness (but. the pain will ease off. with regular practice). • A feeling of ‘lightness’ follows. • A very pleasant bubbling feeling of blood flow just below skin level.
e. So.as possible.4. What it emphasizes is that instead of inflating only the upper part of our lungs (which most adults tend to do as the “stomach in and chest out” look is almost universally accepted as being . If you notice that there is a cycle to your pain. smile as much . by deliberately changing the way you breathe. ‘Chi’ breathing controls your emotions. when one breathes deeply and rhythmically (using deep diaphragmatic breathing) one feels more in control. Deep diaphragmatic breathing (also known as abdominal breathing) does not mean putting air into the stomach area. This is typical of the way a person in an emotionally agitated state would breathe. yet consistent and strong. 6. 5. Do more “Block of Breathing” to ease this pain. Recall how you were breathing at that time. Smiling is a powerful therapy. If possible. Indeed. you can alter your emotions. Therefore. effortless. think of a time in your life when you were very sad. start the “Block of Breathing” session before the pain cycle begins in order to intercept it. which is a natural and beneficial neurochemical. do not wait until the pain has become intense before starting the breathing session. do too much of “Block of Breathing” as there will be no adverse side effects if you do it more than suggested. frowning tenses us and thus restricts the endorphin flow. To illustrate the last point. On the other hand. 7. this indicates correct breathing. Smiling relaxes the face muscles and encourages the flow of endorphins – which we need to stimulate the release of in order to achieve natural pain relief. as it will then be harder to concentrate on doing the exercise correctly. when doing your “Block of Breathing” exercises. Conversely.” As we have mentioned above. Again. Emotion controls how you breathe. there is an old Qi Gong saying: “Emotions control your breathing. If you can. a positive mental attitude is important to promoting and sustaining well-being. you will probably remember that your breathing was shallow. endorphins. angry or anxious. fearful. This is the first step towards healing – and indicates that you are breathing correctly! • Your breathing becomes rhythmic. The latter state is what we want to create and sustain. fast and/or irregular and with no rhythm. focused and stronger. confident.and as often . There is no harm if you “overdose” i.
So. squeeze your “bellows” fully on exhalation. This could thus be described correctly as “total lung breathing” . This enables your lungs to take in more air without the tension of “upper chest” breathing. absolutely efficient. their abdomens rise rather than their chests. this is how babies breathe. It ensures that every intake brings in more fresh air and that all stale air is expelled. In order to take in more “clean” air. we should breathe deeply into our lungs. Think of your torso as a pair of bellows. inhale exhale . Notice that when they inhale.which is the natural way of breathing. this is the proper and healthy way of breathing – as nature intended. for in doing so the diaphragm is pushed upwards and stale air is expelled from the bottom of the lungs. When you exhale. therefore. This way of breathing is. you should squeeze the abdomen back towards the spine. Indeed. let the air go deep down into your abdominal area. thereby expanding the lungs fully. 2. When you inhale. The mechanics of proper breathing are as follows: 1.attractive) when we breathe in. you need to expel as much as possible of the “stale” air. In order to do the latter.
below the navel. The “Block of Breathing” Method or Chi Meditation Breathing for Healing Method NOTE: Use Deep Diaphragmatic Breathing throughout Step 1 . Just inhale enough to comfortably move your diaphragm (i. pillows or a stool. Place a small firm pillow or a rolled up towel under your neck to support it . When you have become comfortable with the deep diaphragmatic breathing technique. Elevate your legs to help your circulation e. place a hot pack or a hot water bottle on your lower abdomen.Special Points to bear in mind before starting a) Inhalation: When you begin. “less is more”. Even a little air will be sufficient to enhance the ‘Chi’ flow. b) Complete exhalation is vital! Your aim should be to rid your lungs of all stale air every time you exhale – so that you can then fill it anew with fresh air. Do NOT try to take too much in! In this case.e. However.) . the “stomach” area just below your solar plexus). This will help to bring the heat and energy level up quickly. (The key is to be comfortable). Focus your mind on the lower abdomen or ‘Tan Tien’. inhale only a small amount of air. never over inhale to the point you feel “light in the head” or any clear discomfort.Preparing and positioning yourself • • • • • Lie down on your back.g. As your energy level is low. located some 2 inches (5 cm) below the navel. or if that is not comfortable you can be inclined. The aim is to relax and be comfortable. (The ‘Tan Tien’ is the energy centre known in Qi Gong as the “The Elixir Centre” (home of the ‘Chi’) and should be kept warm. you may then inhale a little more. Place them on cushions.as the weight of the head should not be on your neck.
e. “Where your focus is. lift each of the shoulders up towards the ears and then roll them forward. Allow the air to gently inflate (i. One way to achieve this is to curl forward from the waist.Retaining the ‘Tan Tien’ focus Check to ensure that your focus is still on the lower ‘Tan Tien’. not too much) the lower abdomen. lie back and you should find your shoulders more relaxed. (This causes the diaphragm to flatten and the lungs to elongate – which allows more air to be taken in comfortably). If other thoughts come into your head. When you have done so. that is also where your energy is!” Step 4 . You may adjust yourself until you feel comfortable and relaxed. realise that you have been distracted and then consciously. regain your focus. Step 3 .Step 2 . Keep bringing your mental focus back to the ‘Tan Tien’. .Relaxing Relax and “soften” your shoulders and upper body. No count required here.Inhaling • • Inhale gently through the nose only (never inhale through the mouth as it is unhygienic).
After fully exhaling. and then smoothly and naturally tighten the anus. the more relaxed and alkaline the body will become. your upper chest is also inflating and rising.WARNING: DO NOT hyperventilate i. If you continue to do so.Exhaling (“pursed lip exhalation”) • Pucker your lips – as though you are preparing to whistle. don’t breathe too deeply and/or too fast. • NOTE: (a) Exhalation is the most important part of ‘Chi’ breathing. It acts as a “pump”.) Step 7 . (Remember that stress and tension makes your system acidic. NOTE: The Pause generates energy and heat that will be used beneficially in the next Step. it will result in tension and stress.The 2nd Pause This is the last step in the “Block of Breathing” cycle. will block the benefits of the “Block of Breathing” exercise. As you get stronger.The Pause Hold your breath for 4 seconds. extend this to 9 or even up to 12 seconds. Do NOT strain. • Gently draw up the pelvic floor/scrotum. you are breathing incorrectly. lies about 2” below the navel). then in a relaxed manner. • This will result in a gentle tilting upwards of the pelvic area. which in turn.e. draw the tummy – starting with the ‘Tan Tien’ area . in addition to expanding your abdomen during inhalation. pause for 4 seconds before inhaling again. If you find that. the longer the exhalation.back towards your spine. sending out the heat and healing energy (which you would have built up during the Pause) throughout your body. Step 5 . Exhale by blowing through your pursed lips gently and evenly for 6 seconds. . Maintain constant but not excessive pressure on your ‘Tan Tien’ (which you may recall. IMPORTANT: As you exhale.Holding your breath . Step 6 . (b) Generally.
It will feel unnatural and you may even feel frustrated as you forget the steps or the “finer points” for correct technique.Relax the entire lower pelvic area during this (2nd) Pause. for it will pass. As you continue to practise. the benefits will follow! Maintaining and persisting As with learning anything new. hands and fingers. ‘Tingling’ sensation A pleasant feeling. But you will be amazed at how quickly the technique – and with it. Tiredness is merely your body’s way of letting you know that it needs to rest and recover. spinal column. Be assured that with consistent practice. When you start feeling tired. the benefits – will come. Summary: Sensations that you may feel while doing the correct “Block of Breathing” You will know that you have done a good “Chi Breathing” session. coursing through the body. just continue with your “Block of Breathing”. Just allow yourself to go to sleep. you will initially feel that you are following instructions in a mechanical or even robotic manner. it will become more and more “natural” and rhythmic and your ability to focus on your ‘Tan Tien’ will become easier. Being at rest is in itself a “self-healing state”! When you awaken or become alert again. This is only normal and to be expected. ‘Bubbling’ feeling A very pleasant bubbling feeling of energised blood flow felt just . Repeat the cycle as in Steps 4 to 7 for a minimum of half an hour more. “Rome was not built in a day”! Things take time. don’t fight it. not ‘pins and needles’. especially the face. when you ‘feel’ in your body the following sensations (these are general indications although individual experiences may vary): ‘Heat Flow’ Waves of heat flow. Do not let it dissuade you from continuing. from very mild to moderate warmth. Remember. (Peripheral circulation is enhanced).
‘Tremors’ through the body Initially. It will become more pronounced as it develops into a stronger vibration-like sensation. do not ‘fight it’.below skin level. Again. Just let it come. a slight feeling of tremors will be felt. It will sometimes be felt deeper around the face and head and there may also be a rippling sensation at the hairline and scalp. .
by applying the principle of Acu-Pressure. This exercise can also help reduce the attendant symptoms of headaches and eyestrain. De-stressing Exercises Stress causes acidity. X X X X X X X X X X X . The following exercises are simple therapies.4 De-stressing and Detoxification EXERCISES SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR THIS PURPOSE 1. we stimulate the optic nerves and certain muscles around the eye socket as well as some facial muscles. which is a state that is not conducive to healing and recovery. a) Eye Point / Facial Stimulation In this exercise. which can help to reduce stress.
Method: Rub the palms together and when the palms and fingers feel warm. • Cup the eyes after rubbing the palms together. • Between the nose and upper lip. begin stimulating the “eye points” (close to the edge of the socket throughout) and facial points. Acu-Pressure is applied using the fingers to press and gently ‘thread’ on the points (using smooth circular/rotational movements) as highlighted in the diagram below. • Inside corner of the eyebrow • Middle of the eyebrow • Outer corner of the eyebrow • Directly below the centre of the eye • The hollow part below the cheek bone. .
squeeze and massage all parts of both ears until they feel warm and tingling. .b) Stimulation of the Reflex Points of the Ears Rub the palms together and when the palms and fingers feel warm.
Detoxification is part and parcel of helping the process of healing and recovery and maintaining robust health. Detoxification Exercises The following Lymphatic Drainage ‘Chi’ exercises have been specifically designed for this essential purpose of detoxification. Next gently slap your legs down on the outside and up on the inside. then up on the inner side of your arms. The body will recover faster without toxins. including the armpits. even in those who have fully recovered. Using your fingertips. 2.c) Stimulation of the Head using “The Percussion” Method Rub the palms together again. a) Stimulation Lymphatic Drainage of the Arms and Legs using “Slapping Stimulation” Method “Slapping Stimulation” method uses the open palms to gently slap down the outer side of your arms. tap over the top and sides of your head. .
Breathe in and hold for 4 seconds. c) Lymphatic Stretch – for the Groin Region The lying position is best used in this exercise to stimulate the lymphatic nodes around the groin and pelvic regions. to stimulate the lymphatic nodes along the neck and the armpits. Pause for 4 seconds before starting all over again. hold for 4 seconds. During the hold. The deep breathing with the abdomen is also an effective way to clear the toxins. You may do more if you feel up to it. Aim to do at least 9 times at each session.b) Lymphatic Stretch – Over-Arm Movements This is best done after the “Block of Breathing”. Remember not to strain! 2. 3. Start with the hands in the ‘prayer position’ palms together in front of your mid-section. sitting or standing positions. 1. 1. Exhale by blowing out as in the “Block of Breathing” method and at the same time slowly lowering your hands to your midsection. lift the hands above the head. bend the knee(s) and retract the knee(s) to your lower abdomen. The main emphasis is to stretch the arms and the hands over the head as far as is comfortable. During the hold. This exercise should be done with alternate legs or if you are able to. you may try to use both legs at the same time. . It is by doing these over arm actions that drainage can be activated and thus help drain the lymphatic fluids. It can be done in lying. Breathe into your lower abdomen. bending your elbows slightly or more if you find it strenuous.
It is far better to do several short . Aim to do this for 9 times each session. (You may do more). when your ‘Chi’ is at its peak and thus the benefits will be enhanced by the strong flow of energy..never maximum! If you strain (i. Pause for 4 seconds before repeating this exercise again.e. 3. 2. Important points to note for optimal results: 1. you may injure yourself . In each session.especially following a “Block of Breathing” session.. OPTIMUM .using alternate legs . Stretch the leg(s) back out while simultaneously exhaling by blowing out for 6 seconds. This would be sufficient to enhance lymphatic drainage.in which case healing will be blocked. This exercise is also effective in its use to improve bowel movements and lower blood pressure.using both legs 2. continue for as long as you can comfortably manage.. you will know if you feel discomfort)... Just do a few and then do so again a couple or more times during the rest of the day .
sessions throughout the day than to do too much at one time (and suffer overstrain). For cancer sufferers whose immune systems will typically be in a weakened state. The Lymphatic Drainage ‘Chi’ exercises are effective in invigorating and boosting the body’s essential self-cleansing mechanism. The body’s drainage system is for eliminating the toxins and waste from the body. Using Visualisation for better focus and concentration Some people find the following visualization technique helpful: Bai Hui (Crown Point) Upper Tan Tien INHALE Visualize Fuel Intake Into The Lower Tan Tien Yi Chen (Jade Pillow) Middle Tan Tien Lower Tan Tien Energy Centre (The Furnace) Yin Channel Cool Downward Flow H O L D I N G B R E AT H Visualize Fuel Combusting In The Furnace Ming Men (Gate of Life) Yang Channel Warm Upward Flow EXHALE Visualize The Energy Radiating Along The Yin And Yang Channels Hui Yin (Perineum) . it is so much more important that their “toxin disposal” systems work well.
During EXHALATION. While HOLDING your breath (4 to 6 seconds).1. picture the air (as fuel) going down into the lower abdomen (the furnace – ‘Tan Tien’) 2. 4. heat and energy in your ‘furnace’. visualise the energy radiating powerfully from the ‘furnace’ through your body. When INHALING. (2nd) Pause for 4 seconds – feel the calm as your ‘Chi’ continues its beneficially destructive work. . imagine the ‘fuel’ combusting and burning – generating pure radiant power. Try to intensify the image of the ‘Chi’ power targeting. 3. incinerating and totally destroying your tumours.
Moxibustion. it certainly has its niche even in modern society. Why is ‘cupping’ still being used even in the face of state-of-theart advances in modern medicine? Simply put. However. where cave drawings still exist which depict (what appears to be) animal horns being used to ‘suck out’ toxins and abscesses from the sick. Massage. Acupressure. there are other methods of stimulating the points. and the ‘Percussion’ method. Heat Therapy. Cupping as practised by experienced practitioners makes use of the knowledge of meridians. its practice was not widespread and glass was used because bamboo.5 Acu-Cupping: Drug-Free Pain Relief The Chinese have used ‘acu-cupping’ (or ‘cupping’ which is based on the principle of acu-pressure) in healing for over 2000 years. which he brought (mainly) to Eastern Europe. which was the traditional medium in China. To name a few: Acupuncture. by unblocking the “energy gates” of the Yang (Tu) channel on the back of the body. In the 14th century. The complete circulatory energy system can be enhanced. Note: Besides the Acu-cupping therapy. because it works! Like acupuncture. It has been well documented that proper stimulation of Acupoints on a regular basis improves the circulation. channels . there is evidence that thousands of years before that. it was already being used (albeit in a crude form) in ancient Babylon. was not easily obtainable. Even there. Marco Polo left China with knowledge of the ‘Art’. This will stimulate the Immune System through the improved blood flow and ‘Chi’ circulatory system. Its relevance to the treatment of cancer patients is its ability to boost blood count.
enhances the metabolic rate. improves the functioning of the nervous system. blood clots. deep bruising. boosts the proliferation of red blood cells. and helps to strengthen the immune system . . etc.and the concept of ‘Chi’ flow.thus assisting the body’s natural healing process. inflammation. torn tissues. Cupping therapy has often proven to be highly effective in the treatment of injuries (even ‘old’ ones) such as whiplash. trapped nerves. depression. enhances blood flow. It relieves pain.
which also induces a sense of well-being. If so.regardless of the intensity of the pain! You will begin by feeling a slight numbness. 3. The pain will ease and will finally disappear completely. Q: How many times each day do I need to do “Block of Breathing”? A: 1. don’t try to stay awake if you are sleepy. effortless. Q: How long should each session last? A: A single “Block of Breathing” session must be for a minimum of half an hour each time or longer. it eases off completely . a natural pain-killing neuro-chemical.6 Frequently asked questions (FAQs) Q: How will I know when I am doing the right thing? A: If you have pain. A feeling of ‘lightness’ follows and this indicates the flow of endorphins. you may feel tired after starting. yet consistent and strong. This. This is the first step towards healing. again. there should be a feeling of . then warmth at the pain site(s). Resume the “Block of Breathing” when you wake up. indicates that your breathing session was correct. This also signifies that you are breathing correctly! Your breathing becomes rhythmic. For major health problems – 5 (minimum) to 7 sessions daily. When you have a small health problem – 3 or 4 times a day. 2. When you are fit and healthy – 1 or 2 times a day. Initially. On completion of a session.
2. Remember to focus on your ‘Tan Tien’. relaxed and free of tension. A sense of well-being. curl your tongue up to just behind the top teeth and leave it there. your forearms should be at right angles (90 degrees) to your upper arms. It is important you keep your shoulders. ‘ball’ of energy between your palms): Steps: 1. (i. 3. for support). rest your upper arms on the bed or floor surface and lift your hands up so that your palms face each other. Q: How else can I experience feedback to know that my ‘Chi flow’ is improving? A: At the end of your “Block of Breathing” session. arms. What should I do? A: Checklist: 1. calm. Still using the diaphragmatic breathing. tranquility and a sense of increased energy. 3. Check your breathing technique. fingers and thumbs relaxed so you feel the ‘Chi flow’ between your palms. While still on your back following your “Block of Breathing”. and the inward part of your upper arms should be touching the sides of your torso. Ensure that your shoulders and neck area are soft.e. 2. lightness and an ‘inner glow’ that shows! Q: I feel ‘tired’ after doing a session – and (or) I’m not experiencing the ‘signs’.relaxation. . The mouth should be kept closed throughout.e. activate the ‘Chi Ball’ (i.
NOTE: Harnessing the power of the ‘Chi Ball’ for healing Now that you have activated the ‘Chi Ball’. As your ‘Chi’ (heat and energy) is now built up. our mind – mind-focus (“Yi”). Pause – 4 seconds. Most would describe it as a magnetic force. What this means is that by doing ‘Chi’ breathing. First. as this activates and stimulates both the left and right hemispheres of the brain. to be precise – is the means by which we channel and direct the energy for optimal effect. Qi (‘Chi’) Gong masters have always taught: “where the focus. we generate ‘Chi’ energy and power (primarily in the ‘Tan Tien’ which is the seat and furnace of ‘Chi’). place your arms down on the bed (or the floor) with the hands away from the body allowing the shoulders to remain soft and relaxed. buzzing or pressure – as if you were holding a ball of energy between your hands. Make sure each hand moves back and forward. Let it do its healing work! Finally. 5. You may sense heat. 6. Inhale – no fixed count. 2nd Pause – 4 seconds then repeat until you have a strong ‘Chi Ball’ between your hands. Keep your palms facing up and you will feel the ‘Chi’ moving in your body. Exhalation (from the nose) – 6 seconds (increasing up to 9 or even12 seconds) 7. . harness its regenerative and healing energy. However. NOTE: Feel the sensation between your hands (your personal ‘Chi ball’). rub your palms together.4. at the end of a ‘Chi Ball’ session. tingling. that is where the ‘Chi’ will be”. This is an external manifestation of what has already been coursing through your body. you should now use your ‘Yi’ (mind-focus) to direct the ‘Chi’ through your body and to areas that need healing.
The problem was I had not been given a proper plan for pain control. this is rather more difficult when initially both the walking and the breathing are painful. the pain eased in just a few minutes. It is most . blow out slowly for six to nine seconds (fully emptying the lungs). On each occasion. hold that breath for four seconds. So. relieved only by quite sizable doses of morphine. The plan was to use deep diaphragmatic breathing.APPENDIX I Testimonials Since I was discharged from hospital. the pain eased within five minutes. sometimes considerable pain. The first day he concentrated on the deep breathing with walking. Sifu Anthony Wee planned to attack it on two fronts. I had been in unremitting and. Anthony stayed with us for five days. deep diaphragmatic breathing done in a controlled way (‘CHI’ breathing method) and Acu-cupping. including. and it was a joy to see dawn finally breaking through the family room window where I’d slept in a reclining chair. before inhaling and repeating. Regular fluctuating pain kept me awake. then pause for 4 seconds. Saturday night was not good. As can be imagined. the pain recurred at intervals. very importantly. He has already established and developed the most enthusiastic and successful Support Group in Western Australia. At my first session of Acu-cupping. The whole world of medical care can benefit from what is happening in the wide range of Complementary Therapies. and it was such a relief! During the day as usual. and by the time he left there was a tremendous break in my cycle of pain. From my own personal experience this can bring enormous benefits to patients. with Sifu applying more Acu-cupping. everything was more or less experimentation. the techniques used by Sifu Anthony Wee. and is planning to expand to other States and Regions.
and especially in pain control. His great talents and skills should be examined and recorded. yet with an enormous amount of energy. I was calmer and more balanced. Acu-cupping and using my mind (‘Yi’). Claire Chmela – Perth. When I saw my doctor again. look closely at all that can be done to help patients in all areas of treatment. The first Acu-cupping session was a break-through.Healing Chi Association of Australia Inc. I’m feeling a healthy and vibrant person again! I’m training to be a Chi Dynamics Instructor to help others. against medical advice. The cancer returned September 2002. Sir William Keys – Canberra. the pain in my body eased and emotionally I felt more stabilised. Australia (2000) Inaugural Patron . This time I decided not to have conventional treatments again but go for natural healing. They should be part of Australia’s recognized Health Care Therapies. It is enormously important that all the methods being used by Sifu Anthony Wee be closely examined and assessed.strength I have never experienced before. asthma and especially my badly prolapsed uterus that had gone back into place (Now I didn’t need that operation!) In April 2004 the mammogram and ultrasound tests cleared me of cancer. high blood pressure. I felt much stronger . Note: Sir William Keys died of Mesothelioma on 3rd May 2000 ✥ ✥ ✥ ✥ ✥ ✥ When diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001. His skills developed over 40 years should not be lost. he was amazed at the improvement in all areas. Chi Breathing exercises. I had a lumpectomy and 3 Radiotherapy Treatments. including my diabetes. I felt relaxed. In October 2002 I went for intensive Chi Dynamics training that included the “Block of Breathing”. Australia (2004) . Government and regulatory authorities. and assistance should be provided to teach his techniques.important that the orthodox world of medicine. I breathed easier and felt a big change in my body.
Acu-cupping treatment helped alleviate my pain and I now know “I don’t have to live with it”! Learning the “Block of Breathing” has been a wonderful way for me to help myself everyday. I still keep in contact with some of them. We never gave-up! I’m so glad I had my ‘Chi’ breathing and exercises to help me through. After each one. my blood count dropped drastically. There is hope and my heart goes with you. I lost most of my hair and my appetite and felt very sick. Colin Speer – Perth. I found doing the “Block of Breathing” naturally lifted my red blood cell count (from 107 to 137 in 1 week)! This enabled me to cut back on the very high steroid dosage whilst still keeping the count up! Doctors told me that the pain I experienced “I’d just have to live with”.” What a change! Even the medical staff were surprised that my blood count shot up unexpectedly. I was able to go back to my Chi Dynamics class and was even able to help others. I was well enough to drive myself to and from the next three chemotherapy sessions.I was on very high doses of steroids as part of my ongoing medication for Haemolysis as a result of having Leukaemia. Following my 3rd treatment. instead of down. I feel I have a better quality of life. I am now a Qualified and Certified Cancer Care Trainer in Chi Dynamics. Judy Teoh – Kuala Lumpur. During my Chemo sessions. Malaysia (2004) . I underwent surgery. I taught “Block of Breathing” to other cancer patients who were undergoing the same treatment. Australia (2004) ✥ ✥ ✥ ✥ ✥ ✥ In March 2003. I was able to continue on with my life as if nothing had happened. Those of us who experienced greatest improvement were also those who kept positive and were self-reliant. Prior to my 2nd chemo session. which revealed a malignant cyst in my left ovary. My appetite was back and I felt well and revived. Following the first session of Chemotherapy. I took some time out and for 4 days concentrated on my “Block of Breathing. I even have a full head of thick black natural curls.
He became an Assistant Instructor in 2003 and continued to do five sessions daily of “Block of Breathing“. which was spreading into the lymphatic system.Terry aged 73 had Colon cancer 25 years ago. Examination revealed that he had cancer of the colon. after a few months I could even drive myself. The fact that Terry wanted to train to be an Instructor to help others is a testimony in itself about the benefits he had derived. He lost more than 30 lbs in just a few months and felt very weak. which showed that the tumour was cancerous and had spread to the Lymph nodes. I am now joining the Chi Dynamics Instructors Preparation Program as I want to be an Instructor to help others. Malaysia – (November 2002) Note from Sifu in July 2004: During an interview with me in December 2002. as well as a full program of Chi Dynamics movements with Chi Breathing until his death in January 2004 while undergoing a minor operation for something totally unrelated to cancer. He mentioned he was going onto a strict vegetarian and brown rice diet. There was no doubt in his mind that ‘Chi Breathing’ was the most important factor in turning around his health . The effect was almost immediate.a major factor in his recovery. At that time he had lost a lot of weight and was so weak that he was hardly able to walk. confided that the Oncologist did a biopsy.Selangor. He was taught by Senior Instructors Ong Kah Yong and Larry Yong. He was also taking Chinese cleansing herbs that were relatively inexpensive. I could not walk properly. . I feel good and have regained 18 lbs. It was surgically removed and he was free of it until January 2002 when he had acute pain in the stomach. Four months after I started practicing Chi Dynamics exercises the doctor who conducted the medical tests told me that I was free of cancer! It was unbelievable. Terry. In desperation he went on Chinese herbs for 3 months. a sense of well being prevailed after the breathing exercises which I did 5 times a day. Whereas before. He was unable to have chemotherapy because his blood count was too low. a nonprofit organization. A friend told him about Chi Dynamics Breathing Therapy and he immediately agreed to try it. both volunteers of the Healing Chi Association of Malaysia. “I was asked to lie down and do diaphragmatic breathing with pursed lips which they called it Chui Method.” Terry Tye Sze Toen . My energy returned. Terry said.
the latest in the form of Lyposarcoma. be more relaxed. thighs and legs swelled up to double their normal size. Other programs I checked out were beyond what I could afford to pay. compression stockings and bandages. Results rely on our own efforts. I thought was going to be my last)! They started me on Chi Healing treatment. Ala Klim . My stomach. After a month. Acucupping and some inexpensive detoxifying herbs. I stayed in bed day and night with my legs elevated. along with regular acu-cupping. There were periods of remission but it reappeared 4 times. The best thing I have found so far to help me has been at Sifu’s Clinic. improve lymphatic drainage. but with very little effect. my stomach was softer and the other leg was also down a little. compassionate atmosphere with a caring personal approach. but energised. Thank you both. sleep better.I was first diagnosed with cancer fourteen years ago. for however long I am given. They finally gave up saying that they didn’t have anything else that could help me. Five days later when I woke up in the morning. Doctors did all they could: using lymphatic draining massage. the changes and improvements were very visible. enabling me to live each day more comfortably and to the full. There is a warm. Finally my Yoga friend (Alan) phoned and told me he was coming the next day to take me to see Sifu Anthony Wee and Robyn. I wasn’t promised anything to give me false hope.Perth. doing what I’d been asked to do for myself. I was even able to attend Robyn’s Chi Classes. just shown how I could relieve pain. I was very reluctant to go as I had given up all hope at this stage. I was suffering from severe Lymphodema. I was also encouraged and shown how to be in control of my body. (The night before Alan came. Chi breathing energy exercises. I had regained control over my body again. . Australia (2003) Note from Sifu in July 2004: I understand from the people at Ala’s Meditation Group that Ala is recovering very well from surgery to remove the tumours from her distended stomach and has since rejoined the Meditation Group. one leg was back to normal. consisting of clearing the blockages along the meridians.
In 1931. Drink water that is filtered. . making your body more alkaline is important in fighting cancer.they meet their energy needs in part by fermentation of sugars (glucose). alkalinity retards cancer growth. 3. glucose and fruit sugars (fructose). Phytonutrients. These cells produce lactic acid as a by-product of fermentation. 2. Consequently. 4. Add “antioxidants” to your diet to subdue cancer. Conversely. High oxygen levels can kill cancer cells. deep fried and burnt foods. Dr Manfred Von Ardenne proved that the outer layers of cancer cells are acidic. Dr Otto Warburg won his first Nobel Prize for proving that cancer is caused when there is a lack of oxygen respiration in cells . chlorine-free and alkaline. 5. oily. Our Thymus Gland is the master gland of the Immune System. Avoid processed. A strong Immune System fights cancer. An alkaline state can be achieved through deep diaphragmatic breathing which promotes a greater intake of oxygen and more effective elimination of carbon dioxide. ozone treated. Sugar includes refined cane sugar.APPENDIX II A summary of what cancer patients/carers should know 1. Natural spring water is recommended as well. Sugar feeds cancer cells. High acidity in the body encourages cancer cells – whereas. Gentle exercises combined with deep ‘Chi’ breathing. cells deficient in oxygen may mutate and become cancerous. plenty of rest and meditation help to boost the Immune System.
it should be emphasized that raising the body’s temperature by breathing has no adverse side effects. Cancer cells have an acidic outer-layer that makes them sensitive to higher temperatures. The vibratory flow generated during Chi Dynamics Breathing can thus retard the development of cancer cells. Dr Manfred Von Ardenne discovered that raising the body’s temperature to 109 Deg F. 8. by external means for 1 hour could destroy cancer cells. this has achieved limited success.the ‘Tan Tien’ when properly conditioned and activated is a potent furnace and source of energy).found in the skins of many vegetables and fruits (especially those with rich hues of colour) are the best naturally occurring antioxidant foods. High levels of enzymes threaten the survival of cancer cells. Sustained vibration is damaging to cancer cells. . naturally ripened fruits and vegetables . Heat kills cancer cells. 7.eat more of these. Undigested foods are toxic to our Digestive System and our body’s Immune System has to work harder to get rid of them. raw. 6. This may explain in part why some cancer sufferers have benefited from the diligent practice of such exercises. However. Enzymes are found in fresh. in practice. The Pancreas must produce enough enzymes to digest your processed and cooked foods. In any event. Chi Dynamics Breathing and Chi Meditation can result in raising the body’s temperature. which helps to generate internal body heat (remember .
Robyn Hudson Tel: +61 0413 668 206 / +61 (08) 9430 6427 E-mail: email@example.com Melbourne: Mr.my AUSTRALIA Perth: Mr.net. Ong Kah Yong Tel: +60 019 950 8029 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Quek Swee Lip Tel: +44 (0) 20 8643 3386 E-mail: email@example.com.APPENDIX III Chi Dynamics Centres MASTER ANTHONY WEE Chi Dynamics International.com. Ellen Loh Tel: +60 016 328 2257 E-mail: paumnews@yahoo. Pahang Darul Aman: Mr. Puteh S Shaari Tel: +60 016 660 5453 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Sydney: Mr. Eddie Lee Tel: +61 0411 273 167 E-mail: email@example.com SINGAPORE Chi Dynamics & Meditation Society (Singapore) Mr. Meng Khor Tel: +61 0414 679 336 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .my Malacca: Ms.com. Gill Nunn Tel: +61 0417 175 303 /+61 (08) 9337 3664 E-mail: email@example.com Kuantan.au Ms.uk M A L AY S I A Healing Chi Association of Malaysia Sifu Tan Soo Kong Tel: +60 012 283 7588 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Selangor Darul Ehsan: University of Malaya Alumni Society – Chi Dynamics Interest Group Cancer Support Unit (CSU) Ms.my Petaling Jaya. Australia Tel: +61 0402 108 602 / +61 (08) 9310 9802 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.com. Shane Francis / Ms.au Mr.com.au UNITED KINGDOM Chi Dynamics c/o SynerGem Dr. Nicholas Chia Tel: +65 9672 1448 E-mail: nicholas@lifelinecorp. May Wee Tel:+61 0423 038 288 E-mail: chidynamics@yahoo. Francis Heng Tel: +61 0438 911 668 E-mail: hengfr@optushome.
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