Qi is Life in motion. Without it nothing would be able to fulfill the requirements of Natural Law. There would be no birth, no growth or change, and no transformation from one state of being to the next. You cannot exist for even one second without Qi; it directs your conscious and unconscious actions.
The concept of Qi is at the heart of TCM. With thousands of years of direct observation and experience of Qi through spiritual and now scientific technologies, TCM has a unique understanding of Qi—how it functions and moves within the body, how it moves throughout Nature, and how its motions govern the vast Universe itself.
When we grasp Qi’s transformational qualities, it becomes evident nothing is unmovable, unworkable, or permanent. Every condition has the potential to be healed. Healing miracles happen when energy is transformed. Requirements must be met for this kind of change to occur. First, you must understand yourself.
Illness as the Language of the Body
The body manifests signs of imbalances eventually labeled as disease because a method for decoding these signs is unknown to us. But a system does exist and is knowable.
Four pillars create a framework to support this system. Each of these concepts can help us understand how to sustain or regain good health.
First: Everything is energy. The invisible, including thoughts and emotions, and the visible, including all kinds of matter, are made of energy. Each of us is made of energy.
Second: The equation E = mc² shows us that mass and energy are interchangeable. They can neither be created nor destroyed, but they can change form. Under the right conditions, energy can become mass, and vice versa. This opens the door to a unique way of seeing how lumps or tumors can resolve themselves through a mass-energy exchange.
Third: Nothing is separate; everything is connected. This allows us to see there are vital, interrelated factors that must be addressed for good health and healing to occur.
Fourth: Space and time are fused together into a single idea called space-time. They can’t be separated. All places, moments in history, actions, and events in your life can be described in terms of their location in space-time.
These modern science principles and theories correspond to the concepts behind Traditional Chinese Medicine. They point us to a profound understanding of the human body, its many interrelated connections, as well as time-tested energy techniques that can unlock healing potential.
This path offers a way to remove the fear of cancer that society assigns to breast health. The framework allows women to approach yearly mammograms not with dread, but as a life-affirming experience that reinforces the effectiveness of their self-healing. It is our mission to guide women toward the positive steps they can take every day to remain well and feel confident their efforts are rooted in ancient wisdomThe body manifests signs of imbalances eventually labeled as disease because a method for decoding these signs is unknown to us. But a system does exist and is knowable.