Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic & Training Center in China
– an interesting alternative cure for cancer?
Documentary ~ Tumor dissolves in 3 minutes Huazia Zhineng Qigong Clinic
Tumour dissolves in 3 minutes at the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic &
Training Center in China- medicineless hospital.
This video clip is about 15 mins .
The actual ‘film’ starts at 5 min Mark but you want to listen to
those first 5 minutes so you know what is it about.
It’s recommended also that you first read the text below before watching the clip.
In this is the video footage see a tumor dissolving in 3 minutes with
The sounds emitted by the doctors/student at the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong
Clinic & Training Center (the medicineless hospital in China described below)
Hospital in China that uses no medicine
Posted by Craig Vollan on February 12, 2009 at 4:26pm
World’s Largest Medicineless Hospital
By Luke Chan
Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic & Training Center , simply
Known as the Center, normally has more than four thousand
People living there, including doctors, patients, ChiLel
Teachers, trainees, and supporting personnel. The Center was
Established in 1988 in the city of Zigachong and later, in
1992, relocated to the city of Qinhuangdao . In 1995, it
Again expanded to its present address, an old army hospital
In the city of Fengrun , two hours by train from Beijing . It
Is directed by its founder, Dr. Pang Ming, a Qigong
Grandmaster and physician trained in both Western and
Chinese traditional medicine. This hospital is the largest
Of its kind in China and probably in the world. The Center
Avoids medicines and special diets in favor of exercise,
Love, and life energy. It is a non-profit organization and
Is recognized by the Chinese government as a legitimate
Clinic. Over the years, the Center has treated more than one
Hundred and eighty diseases, the overall
Success rate being more than 95%.
I spent the entire month of May living in the Center,
Observing first hand how the hospital operates and
Interviewing more than one hundred people who have
Miraculously recovered from incurable diseases such as
Cancer, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, severe
Depression, paralysis, and systemic lupus. Many times I was
Moved to tears while listening to these accounts of heroic
Struggle against disease. One mother told me that she was so
Weak that she couldn’t even pick up a kitchen knife to kill
Herself and so attempted to end her life by not eating. But
When her six-year-old son tried to spoon feed her a bowl of
Milk while her eleven-year-old held a towel to wipe any
Spills, she decided to live at any cost. Since doctors
Couldn’t help her, she turned to ChiLel and, against all
Odds, recovered. She is now a teacher at the Center.
The Power of ChiLel
ChiLel, the method employed in the Center, was developed by
Dr. Pang. The method is based on the 5,000-year-old concept
Of qigong (chigong, chi kung) as well as modern medical
Knowledge. Dr. Pang, reverently known as Lao-shi, the
Teacher, has written more than nine books on ChiLel.
ChiLel consists of four parts…
1.Strong belief (Shan Shin): a belief that chi or life
Energy, can heal all ailments, including one’s own. Students
Build belief by listening to testimonials of recovered
Patients and learning about chi and its healing effects.
2.Group Healing (Chu Chong): before a group of students
Begins ChiLel, the teacher verbally synchronizes the
Thinking of the group to obtain chi from the universe and
Bring it down into a healing energy field, shrouding
Everyone including the teacher himself or herself. The
Healing effect is enhanced because the group is acting as
3.Chi Healing (Fa Chi): Facilitating chi healing by
Teachers teachers bring healing energy from the universe to
Each individual to facilitate healing.
4.Practice (Lan Gong): Students learn easy-to-follow ChiLel
Movements and practice them over and over again. The
Methods, parts of Zhineng qigong, are called:
Lift Chi Up and Pour Chi Down Method.
Three Centers Merge Standing Method.
When a patient enters the hospital, he is diagnosed by a
Doctor, and then assigned to a class of fifty or so people
For a 24-day treatment period. He spends most of his time
Practicing ChiLel, eight hours a day without television,
Newspapers or telephone. Those who can stand up practice
Standing; those who can sit practice in their chairs; and
Those who can’t move practice in their beds. I was moved by
The dedication of these students.
Despite its amazing success at healing, the Center is
little known even in China because of its policy of not
advertising in newspapers or magazines. However, the Center
is well known among its estimated eight million ChiLel
practitioners. Through word of mouth, thousands of people
from all over China are coming to the Center every month.
Indeed, ChiLel has a great number of followers and the
Center is the brain of this vast organization. New
techniques for treating diseases are developed daily.
For example, a new way of demonstrating the effectiveness
of chi for treating cancer has been developed. I witnessed a
cancer patient being treated by four ChiLel teachers while
the patient’s bladder cancer was viewed on a screen via an
ultra-sound machine, and monitored by two doctors. The
cancer literally disappeared in front of my eyes in less
than a minute as the teachers emitted chi into the patient,
dissolving the cancer! In fact, I videotaped this incredible
act. Ten days later, I requested the doctors to double check
if the patient’s tumor was gone. Kindly enough the doctors
put the same patient’s bladder again on screen and we saw no
trace of cancer. Later I was told that a major German TV
station crew, visiting the Center a week before, had
successfully videotaped the same process with other cancer
The Center has over six hundred staff members, including
twenty-six Western-trained doctors. Since no medicine is
prescribed, there aren’t any pharmacists. Doctors, who
prefer to be called teachers, play only a minor role in this
special hospital. Occasionally, they are called upon to
attend emergency cases. Their main function is to diagnose
patients when they come in to register and again after each
24-day training period.
Their diagnoses are classified into four categories for
1.Cured: Symptoms disappear and appropriate instruments (
e.g. EKG, ultra-sound, X-ray, CT and so on) register
2.Very Effective: Symptoms almost disappear and instruments
show great improvement.
3.Effective: Noticeable improvements, and student can eat,
sleep, and feel good.
4.Non-effective: No change or even worse.
According to “Summary of Zhineng Qigong’s Healing Effects
on Chronic Diseases”, published by the Center in 1991, data
of 7,936 patients showed an overall effective healing rate
of 94.96%. (15.20% cured; 37.68% very effective; 42.09%
In the Center, no matter how sick a person is, he is still
addressed as a “student” never “patient”. Why? Because he is
learning an art the goal of which is to heal oneself, not to
rely on doctors. Therefore no doctor-patient relationships
Students are enrolled in a 24-days treatment program. The
tuition fee is only one hundred yuan (about twelve dollars).
Students can spend as little as six hundred yuan (about
seventy dollars) per month! The Center is probably the most
inexpensive hospital in the world and is truly a non-profit
organization. Yet the Center is an independent,
self-sufficient organization, without any help from
government or private foundations.
How do they operate so efficiently? Because many of the
doctors, ChiLel teachers, and supporting personnel are
former students who have recovered from serious illnesses
themselves and have now returned voluntarily to “serve the
sick”, with very little pay. Teachers play the roles of
doctor, nurse, social worker, cheerleader, parent, friend,
brother, and sister. Their effectiveness is measured by the
healing rate of their students.
Another reason for the Center’s effective but low-budget
operation is that it uses group therapy. Students live in
groups of four, eight or sixteen persons per room. By living
in groups, students develop in a cooperative spirit of
caring and love toward each other. Many of those I
interviewed had been rejected by their former hospitals as
“incurable,” and, therefore, had regarded the Center as
their last hope. As though sailing on the same boat in the
ocean, students bond together against their common enemy-
Trained to Heal
Just as hospitals associate with medical schools to train
young people to enter into the medical profession, the
Center also has ChiLel schools to train ChiLel
professionals. There is a Zhineng Qigong Academy and
one-month and three-month instructor training schools. The
Academy, established in 1992, has a two-year training
program for young men and women under the age of thirty who
have the minimum of a high-school education. The one-month
and three-months instructor-training programs are for anyone
interested in ChiLel. I was told that there are typically
more than a thousand students in both programs in school.
In addition, just as prestigious hospitals have research
programs, the Center has many on-going research projects
both on site and at different university campuses around the
country. When I requested the person in charge, a retired
college professor, to show me some published papers, he gave
me two volumes of experiment data, as thick as a telephone
Besides doctors, teachers, and students, there are hundreds
of supporting personnel, working in the office, cafeteria,
bookstore, and so on. All of them are ChiLel practitioners
and they practice ChiLel together in the morning and in the
evening, about three hours a day. As they say, it is not
just a job, it is a ChiLel job.
The Center is open only ten months a year because of lack
of heating in the rooms during winter. The Center is
currently building a home for itself, a ” ChiLel City ” in a
place near Beijing , with better facilities to accommodate
the ever-increasing number of students, including Americans
and others coming from abroad.
I asked the founder, Lao-shi, why didn’t he promote ChiLel
to the world sooner. He replied that many people need proof
whether chi works or not. So instead of arguing with others,
he preferred to work solidly by treating patients and
collecting valuable data. As a result, tens of thousands of
documented cases over a period of eight years have been
collected and, “Now we are ready. Please tell the world that
we exist and ChiLel can benefit mankind.”