Level 3: The Development of the Extraordinary Meridians

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(Completion of Level 2 required) Qigong

In Yi Ren® Qigong Level I, we activated and developed the central energy circulating system, and in Level II we continued to open the internal energy pathways in order to energize the internal organs, and to bridge the mind and the inner self. In Level III we build upon these foundations of internal cultivation, and learn how to integrate this internal energy with the larger energy field surrounding us. Our focus in Level III is on the extraordinary meridians, which connect with the internal organ meridians. Development of this complete meridian network promotes internal balance and harmony.

This course introduces methods for developing the awareness of the internal energy flow through the extraordinary meridians.  The extraordinary meridians are associated with the body’s controlling systems: the brain, nervous and endocrine.  By cultivating the Qi and energizing the extraordinary pathways, practitioners have greater opportunities to upgrade the functions of the brain, nervous and endocrine systems.

This process will naturally guide practitioners from Level II and the energetic cultivation of the internal organs to a stage of internal cultivation with external interactions and communications.  The training in this course will also provide an opportunity for experiential understanding of personal and professional boundaries and skills to improve overall health and quality of life.

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CE Hours/PDA Credits

PDA Credits for Acupuncturists Available for This Class

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PDA Credits (Personal Development Activity Credits) are available for this class through NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Professional Development Activity).

Weekend Seminars Only

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