The Practice at Golden Rishi Qigong & Tai Chi

         Master Han’s ultimate goal is health and integration of body and mind, for which he focuses on facilitating the subtle energy (‘Qi’), increasing physical strength and flexibility and also calming and concentrating your mind. During his Qigong San Diego classes, he follows the philosophy that the universe and even life are all about movements of different energies and that man is a small scale universe in itself. According to this precept, as long as you restore the balance of your body and of the mind and have your energies circulate smoothly and vigorously, you are expected to be able to heal and rejuvenate yourself and enjoy the lifespan which nature has given to your birth. To achieve these results, you first need to remove physical and emotional blockages and purge stagnant unhealthy energy which you have been accumulating and is literally trapped in the body’s tissues. Then, you should build and keep healthy habits and lifestyle including regular exercises and regular meditations because body and mind are the weft and the warp of your being. Master Han utilizes his knowledge gained from many decades’ learning and practice to tailor to each student’s needs with his San Diego qigong classes. Following his advice and practicing diligently, you will gradually restore your intrinsic balance. The benefits include but are not limited to generating more energy, rejuvenating internal organs, revitalizing the body’s immune system and increased ability to manage daily stress or concentrate.

        Since the International Golden Rishi Qigong & Tai Chi relies only on natural methods based on the Yin Yang Five Element philosophy, the training under Master Han is not supposed to replace the role of your medical doctor. You may have to practice diligently for a while to be able to start feeling any difference. However, exactly because Qigong and Tai Chi are natural self-healing disciplines, only if you faithfully follow Master Han’s instructions, there won’t be such thing as side effect. Also, your overall physical and mental health will only get better with time as long as you keep practicing. Developing a friendship across genders and ages is a bonus, as many families who have been practicing with Master Han all these years are enjoying. You are more than welcome to visit and observe our classes as long as you are ready to start a healthy happy meaningful life fully manifesting the potentials your body and mind are equipped with – irrespective of your athletic capacity or ethnic, philosophical and religious backgrounds.


The INT’L. GOLDEN RISHI Qigong & Tai Chi training method stems from nature, and it is a natural method for promoting health by eliminating the sources of disease based on the Five Elements of the physical universe and through inhalation of nature’s good and pure energy. Therefore, it is not harmful to the body and is long-lasting rather than the temporary effects offered with general Qigong Therapy (breathing exercises). The training of The Five Elements Principle generates energy within the body to fundamentally rejuvenate and strengthen it as well the body’s immune system.

– Constipation Obesity Stroke
-Neuralgia, Arthritis, Back pain, Age-related Joint Stiffness
– Neurosis, Headache, and Tinnitus
– Various Female Diseases
– Liver Disease
– Heart disease
– Gastric & Stomach Diseases
– Pulmonary Diseases
– Kidney disease
– Renal Diseases

5 Step Training

Training with INT’L. GOLDEN RISHI Qigong & Tai Chi focuses on Qigong (Breathing Exercises) and is divided into five steps.

1. Training the body to absorb the energies of nature.
2. Building the energy of fire.
3. Controlling energy to achieve completeness.

Completing Steps 4 & 5 is determined based on the trainee’s temperament, zeal, experience, and other personal factors such as work, family, and the surrounding environment. Steps 4 & 5 are an extremely advanced level, offered only to instructors with approval.

Golden Rishi Training of and for Respiratory System  Outline

1. Meditation
Upper Dantian Breathing
Middle Dantian Breathing
Lower Dantian Breathing
Meditation Breathing Training

2. Qi Gong
Golden Rishi Circulation Qi Gong
Vital Organ Qi Gong

3. Stretching & Relaxation
Golden Rishi Stretching
Natural Breathing
Inner Energy – moving as the universe  operates


I was surprised to find that some of the odd nuances that I felt, but did not understand, were actually a normal effect of Choi's meditation practice. It's crazy how an inexplicable 'knowing' comes during the process. It turns out, Master Han had asked his mentor Master Choi to meet with me and help me.

Lisa Colette MartinInterior Designer, Artist

Lisa Colette Martin

Jesus calendars a healing appointment                                   Tuesday,  June 12, 2018

Last summer my friend Hee Jung invited me to visit her country of origin with her… South Korea.  I said ‘yes!’ without thinking about anything or even asking when!  Nothing compares to visiting a foreign country with someone whose from there.  And this trip would prove to be sensational in many ways.

During the June trip, my friend Hee Jung had a Tuesday dinner meeting scheduled with Master Choi.  Choi is a South Korean man that God has gifted with talents of healing and intuition.  About all I knew of this man was that he was the mentor of my San Diego tai chi master and friend (Master Sang Han). I had been told that Choi was instrumental in helping Han find healing for a serious heart condition.  And, that Choi had been successful in creating and sustaining an academy for teaching the healing arts, as well as a center for healing that can be likened to a hospital.

My friend Hee Jung invited me to join her dinner appointment.  I declined because Choi does not speak English, and I understood that the two of them were to discuss business issues of some kind.  I opted instead to pop in for a quick introduction and hello.  I told Hee, ‘if it feels right, I’ll get my dinner from the Sheraton Club buffet and sit quietly beside them.’  And, that’s how it went.  Master Choi directed a few questions and bits of conversation my way through Hee Jung as translator. Unbeknownst to me, my San Diego tai chi master (Han) had discussed my spine problems a bit with Choi ahead of my Korea visit.  Choi understood that a close friendship had developed between the Hans and me.  It was agreed that, upon meeting me, if Choi felt called, then Choi would honor his friend Han’s request to spend time helping me.  This is a beautiful aspect of Korean culture.  What a gift their friendship had in store for me.  Toward the end of the Tuesday night dinner, Master Choi turned to me and began speaking to me in Korean.  I had absolutely no idea what he was saying, but noticed other cues that hinted to a positive note.  As he spoke to me, his eyes began to ‘smile’ with a sparkle.  He smiled as he spoke to me in a gentle tone.  His cheeks became flushed pink.  I watched him intently, but got lost in my own thought, ‘I bet the look on Choi’s face is the same as when people describe me when I talk about God or art and comment about how I light up.’  Yes, it seemed exactly like that passion.  When Choi stopped talking, I slowly turned to Hee Jung for the translation – “Wow, he’s really excited about something.  What in the world is he saying to me?!”  At the same time, Hee Jung was turning to me in slow motion exclaiming, “Oh my gosh, Lisa, he just offered you a healing session!”  Immediately, another girlfriend came into my mind.  I knew at that instant that God was overlapping a previous scenario with the current situation to let me know:

This is OK, it’s My doing.

I really had no idea what Choi’s offer really meant; but I felt strongly that I was supposed to accept.  So I said to Hee Jung, ‘I don’t understand what this is, but I trust you Hee Jung, and I feel strongly that God is at work in this somehow.  So I say yes, please tell Master Choi I humbly accept his offer.’  At that, Choi gave us an appointment for two days later on Thursday, with instruction that he would pick us up from the Sheraton at 10am.

Then Choi told Hee Jung that he sent some energy or magic or something to me?! The actual English translation got lost due to the unique topic.  After that, it seemed Choi disappeared in an instant.  Well, Hee Jung and I looked at each other with confusion and said, “What is happening here?!”  We finished our meals and headed back up to our hotel rooms.  Walking down the hallway to the elevator corridor, I stopped dead in my tracks.  The pain that I usually feel during every waking minute had almost vanished.  After telling this to Hee Jung, she thought I was messing around, making up things.  But I was so shocked at the difference, the missing pain, that I kept talking about it.  We were both a little freaked out.  But I had that weird unexplainable peace that comes only from God; I was pretty excited about experiencing something different.

Before moving on, let me offer a bit of background so you have some context.  I was diagnosed with degenerative spine disease in 2013 and had felt the effects of disease onset several years ahead of the diagnosis.  Daily pain and a lot of discomfort became my new normal.  My spine specialist let me know that what I have is not reversible.  He added, the best I can do is stay ahead of it to slow the progress and preserve what ability I have now (ability which was already dramatically diminished with each passing year).  I found resources that have been very helpful: physical therapy, acupuncture, tai chi, and reading material pertaining to explaining the dynamics of pain and how the body works along with anti-inflammatory diet tips.  The succession of healing modalities all became steps to finding a better place, once I found the right practitioners[1].  Ahead of my trip to South Korea, I prayed a lot.  I accepted the invite to visit South Korea from Hee Jung knowing that it would be a great cultural experience.  But I was extremely concerned about whether I would truly be able to do the amount of walking, stair climbing and general endurance required for this type of trip. What comes next is the icing on the cake. Back to the story.

The next morning (Wed) after meeting Choi, I found I had slept more comfortably than usual and my lower and middle back still felt unusually good.  Hee Jung and I went about the day touring Seoul and I continued to make safe choices, not to over do it.  On Thursday morning, Hee Jung and I waited outside the hotel for Choi to pick us up.  He was right on schedule.  Choi whisked us over to his office building.  I thought at first that this was Choi’s academy.  But the Seoul location is office space and a meditation studio only.  The academies are in four other locations, in three different countries.  Once inside Choi’s office area, there was walls of books, which come to find out many were authored by Choi.  Choi has traveled the world and selected what he feels are the best elements from many philosophies, religions, and medical pursuits.  He then re-framed these concepts into a structured program.  Hee Jung and I were escorted to a quiet room to meditate.  After a discussion on the meditation program basics, there was a recording to guide us through the steps of the meditation program Choi developed.  Hee Jung translated for me.  In a strange way, the meeting with this stranger was comfortable, like when you’ve been friends for a long time.  Master Choi was sharing healing energy with us through the process.  I committed to being open to the process, no matter how weird and different the process was to me.  I said a silent prayer:

God, you are the true Master.  I invite You into this setting.  I ask that You ultimately lead it.  Protect me, guide me.  You are the Authority. Let me be

open to receiving healing in any way You want to bring it to me. Thank You

for crossing my path with Master Choi.  Please use him and bless him, allowing this to be a beautiful experience and beginning of a wonderful friendship.

During the meditation program, right away I felt my body become extremely relaxed. When the program [recorded] speaker suggested breathing through all of my 124,000 pores, I imagined it.  It seemed the hairs on my arms stood on end.  When the speaker said to ‘open a gate at the top of my head,’ I imagined God’s shining white light enter my body.  I felt heat generate inside my torso.  As the speaker continued to guide the process, it seemed that I could feel a small ball of heated energy moving through my body, as well as a slight, gentle elongation of my lower and middle spine.  I imagined my spinal canal widen, sensing energy at my tailbone begin to swirl, and rush up the spinal canal.  The sensation of weight compacting my spine was broken.  Every bit of it felt very strange. But to be honest, it also brought me to a place of peace, and utter relaxation, simultaneously with an awareness of energy captured next to my skin and energy moving with grace through my organs.

I prayed that God would use Master Choi as a vehicle for healing, healing being the intended

purpose of Choi’s invitation.  The meditation training presents some basic techniques of tapping into the body’s natural (chi) energy and to learn how to circulate the energy to the areas in need of healing.  Seated on the floor, the process took about 50 minutes, but the easy flow of it felt like only 20 minutes had passed.  Upon completion, I stood up and felt so light, it was like I was weightless or floating.  My body and nervous system had reached a totally calm state.

After meditation, we had a tea ceremony in Choi’s office where there were pictures of Choi with Prince Phillip of England, the Dali Lama and others.  The tea ceremony was a time of sharing, as was lunch together after tea.  During lunch, I shared my experience during the meditation session including the fact that I invited God in.

Master Choi’s intention is that religion not be a dominant aspect of his meditation program.  Choi’s program focuses on the physiology of the human body and the body’s design and capacity to heal itself.  Ancient Tao/Dao medicine and history are part of the program roots, but Choi’s developed end result aims to integrate the best elements of many philosophies, without strongly referencing one over another.  Choi accepted the spiritual method that worked for me, which I would say is a Christian version of his healing meditation program.  The session was very powerful for me.  I think that part of the success comes from believing, from allowing myself to be open to new things and most important, inviting God to be present.  I can’t explain it outside of claiming a miracle, but my pain completely left me, even in my worst cervical spine (neck) area.  The relief lasted for about 2 months after returning from Korea.  The meditation process is not complicated, so I repeated it on my own and have been able to keep the pain at bay.  During meditation, I found odd nuances occurring: it seemed I had an urge to pull my scalp or skull open on the top of my head to let God in even more; I felt my head ever so slightly lift up from my spine during two different meditation sessions in an action similar to a decompression device.  One of those times, without me actually moving, my neck clicked as if vertebrate moved into a better position or something. Then the swirling energy in the spinal canal became more effective, shooting all the way up my spinal canal and past the neck area.  It seemed as if some blockage had surrendered to a greater power.  I really can’t explain how this works because it’s so odd.  Two months after my return from Korea, my husband and I were watching TV and something triggered him to say, “hey, I haven’t heard you complain about your back or neck pain for a while?!”  I said, “I know, I’ve been trying to tell you, something happened in Korea that I can’t explain other than it’s a miracle!”

Upon returning to San Diego, I met up with my friend Master Han (Choi’s student and Hee Jung’s husband).  With excitement and amazement, I shared all that had happened in Korea with Master Choi and Hee Jung.  I was surprised to find that some of the odd nuances that I felt, but did not understand, were actually a normal effect of Choi’s meditation practice.  It’s crazy how an inexplicable ‘knowing’ comes during the process.  It turns out, Master Han had asked his mentor Master Choi to meet with me and help me.  This is why the invitation was offered to me; because I was considered an extended family-member.  So beautiful.

Upon departing Korea, I called to thank Master Choi again and say good-bye.  I had told him that if he wanted to bring his healing discipline to the United States, I felt that I am supposed to help in that effort.  He said no, that’s not what meeting was all about.  But within a couple weeks, Choi changed his mind.  And then things changed quickly.  A few months later, in October 2018, Master Choi made a visit to San Diego.  Hee Jung and I organized a week-long seminar for Master Choi and Master Han to share this healing modality with others.  During this time, I had opportunity to practice the meditation discipline several times.  Now, I awake each day completely ‘wowed‘ that I don’t have pain.  The difference is so noticeable that I’m noticing being OUT of pain several times daily.  And it’s exhilarating!

I can say this experience has showed me great things. Especially that God really does work in mysterious ways, through many different means and He owns everything.  Now, seeing how many dots got connected to bring me to a healing setting halfway across the world only strengthens my testimony and belief in God’s power coupled with a new understanding of the capabilities our human bodies possess.  What a unique and unexpected venue God used to bring me healing, prove His power and reinforce my awe in Him!  As a Christian, God showed me He works in all settings and there are no limits to His authority and power.  God used a venue that some would consider to be more eastern philosophy than anything else despite Choi’s aim for the spiritual without religious confines.  A cause for some to close the door on the topic before exploring the possibilities.  I am proof that God bridges gaps between people and beliefs.  How can it be that God chose me for miraculous healing?!  I have to tell everyone.

-Lisa Colette Martin

[1]Tai Chi:  Master Sang Han/Hans Dragon Martial Arts; Physical therapy: Bruce Inniss/Inniss Physical Therapy; Acupuncture: Kimberly Hoover/AcuCare; Book: Pain Free by Peter Egoscue; Book: The Anti-inflammatory Diet & Recipe Book by Jessica Black.  I also strongly recommend attending ‘Bodies: The Exhibition’ for better understandingof how our bodies operate.

I also really loved the healing meditation and I am trying to do more of it as it is helpful for the mind and soul

Kavi BowrmanLos Angeles

I’m writing to let you know of the benefits I received from Master Han’s treatment.
My shoulder and ribs have been in less pain since last weeks treatment but I’m still in a lot of discomforts overall. Any relief at all is wonderful to me as I have been in chronic pain for six years with little help from most treatments. Per his advice, I will be using acupuncture instead of chiropractors in the future. I found out that Kaiser covers
acupuncture so I am looking into that. Thanks again for everything. Master Han was very compassionate and knowledgeable. I also really loved the healing meditation and I am trying to do more of it as it is helpful for the mind and soul (which helps with dealing with pain). I have had a lot of experience with great meditation teachers, so it means a lot when I say
it is one of the best-guided meditations I’ve ever experienced. Hope you are well.
-Kavi Bowerman


101. YIN SUN BUB:인선법

Yin Sun Bub teaches is the first stepping stone to the practice that leads to reaching the Sun of the immortal level. There are twelve techniques, all are basic skills.

  1. Reverse the Mind to Return to Self. (수심정좌:收心靜坐)
  2. Regulate the Posture. (조신:調身)
  3. Not Seeing and Listening. (무시무청:無視無聽)
  4. Returning Vision and Hearing Back within the Body. (수시반청:收視返聽)
  5. Regulating Human Breathing. (조범식:調凡息)
  6. Calming and Strengthening mind in a Three Step Technique. (안신삼보공:安神三步功)
  7. Regulating the True Breathing. (조진식:調眞息)
  8. Practicing Preventing Leaking. (수무루:修無漏)
  9. Watching and Listening Inside. (내시반청:內視返聽)
  10. Concentrate, Brighten and Still the Body. (응신적조:凝神寂照)
  11. Listening and Following the Breath. (청식수식:聽息隨息)
  12. Caring for the Shin while Taking an Invisible Shower. (양신목욕:養身沐浴)

201. NINE EXERCISES (구법:九法)

  1. JI NENG GONG (지능공:智能功)

Ji indicates intelligence, Neng indicates power and Gong indicates capacity.
Ji Neng Bub training is to train the mind mentally. It required discipline and if there is an instance of mental illness.

  1. FIRST LEVEL (소승삼단:小承三段)
  • Reverting to the state of infancy. (회영억망:回嬰億望)
  • Clarity true of false. (진가분명:眞假分明)
  • Shin of spirit and Ji of clear intelligence. (신지청청:神志淸淸)


  1. SECOND LEVEL (중승삼단:中承三段)
  • Knowing my future. (지아전정:知我前程)
  • Surviving with fasting. (정식구생:停食求生)
  • Dress in new clothes. (종환신의:從換新衣)


  1. THIRD LEVEL (대승삼단:大承三段)
  • Understanding the secret code of nature. (간파천기:看破天機)
  • Encircling the world and universe. (회환주세:回環宙世)
  • Watching and stepping into the moon. (등월망행:登月望行)

301. SAM SUN GONG (삼선공:三仙功)

Sam Sun Gong has three levels of practice, leading to immortality. Sam indicates three. Sun indicates immortality. Gong indicates capacity and power.

A. INN SUN GONG소승인선공(小乘人仙功): health, anti-ageing and enjoyment


Inn indicates humanity, Seon indicates immortality, and Gong indicates capacity and power.

  1. Matching Yin and Yang (필배음양: 匹配陰陽)
  • Yin Yang exchange: Yang fetus and Yin breathing. (음양교환:陰陽交換-양태음식:陽胎陰息)
  • Yin Yang match: True fetal breathing. (음양필배:陰陽匹配-진태식:眞胎息)
  • Yin Yang back into source: Matching Gam (water) and Li (fire). (음양귀위:陰陽歸位-배감리:配坎離)
  1. Gathering and vaporizing water and fire (취산수화: 取散水火)
  • Original infinite Tai Yi embraces true Qi. (태을함진기: 太乙含眞基)
  • Refining the body at the first level. (소연형:小煉形)
  • Heavenly boy and Heavenly elder. (천동천로:天童天老)
  1. Dragon and tiger interaction (교구용호: 交媾龍虎)
  • Collecting and strengthening the Jing and Qi back to the Dan (golden pill). (채보환단:采補還丹)
  • Caring for Xian (immortal) fetus. (양태선:養胎仙)
  • Water and fire harmonize. (수화기제:水火旣濟)
  • True husband and wife meet. (진부처상견:眞夫妻相見)
  • Qi connected without shape. (기교형불교: 气交形不交)
  1. Cooking Dan and medicine (소련단약:燒煉丹藥)
  • Optimal fire temperature. (화후:火候)
  • Microcosmic orbit. (소주천:小周天)
  • Zu Cheon optimal fire temperature. (주천화후:周天火候)
  • Gathering Shin and nourishing the Qi. (취신양기:聚神養气)
  • Gathering Qi and nourishing the Shin. (취기양신:聚气養神)
  • Refining the Yang and nourishing the Shin. (연양양신: 煉陽養神)



B. JI SUN GONG (지선공:地仙功): refine life and avoid death

중승장생불사법삼문 (中承長生不死法三門)
Ji indicates earth. Ji Seon Gong is practicing changing into earth immortal level.

  1. Behind the elbows the golden crystal flies through Microcosmic orbit circulation (주후비금정:肘後飛金晶)
  • The Jung of body essence flows up to nourish the brain. (환정보뇌:還精補腦)
  • Starting the He Che, a vehicle flowing in the river. (기하거:起河車)
  • Connection the dragon and tiger. (교용호:交龍虎)
  • Drawing up lead and adding mercury. (추연첨홍:抽鉛添汞)
  • Returning to the state of a child. (반로환동:反老還童)
  1. Jade fluid returns to the Dan (옥액환단:玉液還丹)
  • Jade fluid refining body Fu (symbol has substance). (옥액연형부:玉液煉形符)
  • Bathe the immortal fetus. (목욕태선:沐浴胎仙)
  • Small return path to the Dan. (소환단:小還丹)
  • Great return path to the Dan. (대환단:大還丹)
  • Returning to the Dan seven times. (칠반단:七返丹)
  • Nine circles to the Dan. (구전단:九轉丹)
  1. Jing (golden) fluid returning to the Dan (금액환단:金液還丹)
  • Jin fluid practicing body Fu (symbol has substance). (금액연형부:金液煉形符)
  • Starting fire to refine the action of burning the body. (기화분신:起火焚身)
  • Golden flower Jade nectar. (금화옥로:金花玉露)
  • Grand harmony. (대기제:大旣濟)
  • Yellow and white technique. (황백법:黃白法)





C. CHUN SUN GONG (천선공:天仙功): Heaven level


Chun indicates sky or Heaven. Chun is a person on the mountain who is practicing to attain the immortal level.

  1. Pilgrimage to the Source (Yuan) and refining the Qi (조원연기:朝元煉气)
  • Beyond the Upper Dantian in the brain. (초내원:超內院)
  • Refining the Qi into Shape. (연기성형: 煉气成形)
  • Purple Kum Dan. (자금단:紫金丹)
  • Firing Yang Shin. (연양신: 煉陽神)
  • Gathering tree flowers at the crown of the head. (정취삼화:頂聚三花)
  1. Seeing internal exchange (내관교환:內觀交換)
  • Gathering Yang Shin. (집양신:集陽神)
  • Connecting Heavenly fire. (마천화:摩天火)
  • Exchanging Xian (immortal) and mortal form. (교환선범:交換仙凡)
  • Human and Heavenly realm. (인간천상화서국:人間天上華胥國)
  1. High form leaves the human body and changes into a different Shape (초탈분형:初脫分形)
  • Moving in and out to different shapes. (출입분형:出入分形)
  • Shin Xian (immortal spirit) sheds previous mortal body. (신선탈질:神仙脫質)
  • Mortal moves into immortal realm. (초범입성:超凡入聖)

401.TAI YUL KUM HWA ZHONG ZHI (태을금화종지:太乙金華宗旨)

Tai Yul Kum Hwa Zhong Zhi is the practice for Ling of the soul.

Tai Yul indicates original infinity; Jin Hwa indicates bright golden light. Zhong Zhi indicates the vital order of the universe.

  1. Li of strength opens Heaven’s eye and brightens Heart, seeing Xing of original self.
  • Yi transforms Shin and Gwang (light).
  • Li of strength opens Heaven’s eye.
  • Kan of water and Li of fire connect.
  • Three lights automatically gather together.


  1. Setting the Shin in the ancestral orifice of An Shin Zu Qiao, moving the light and concentrating the Ling of Soul.
  • Returning the light and concentrating Ling.
  • Circling and moving the sun and moon.
  • Sun and moon together.
  • Ling gathering Xuan Qiao (orifice) of entering emptiness, one finds substance.
  1. Concentrate the Shin into the Qi point; invisible shower of optimal caring.
  • Dropping eye lids, and returning the light.
  • Medicine created in the Ku (Lower Dantian) palace.
  • Regulating breathing and an invisible shower of caring.
  • Light gathering into the Su bead.
  1. Returning, watching and brightening the interior, moving and dissolving the five elements.
  • Shin leading the Su bead.
  • Moving and dissolving five elements.
  • Shin and Ling combined as one.
  • Warming and caring for the dragon bead.

402. Refining the Kum Dan

Refining the internal medicine, the golden pill requires using the body as an oven and pot, the Upper, Middle and Lower Dantian act as cooking pots while the Lower Dantian located below the navel is the lower furnace.

There are eight steps to awaken the Kum Dan.

  1. Reversing the fire and align the inner cavity.
  2. The Li of strength opens Heaven’s eye and ignites the fire of wisdom.
  3. The Shin and Yi align and warm up the inner three pots.
  4. Using the Shin Gwang to shine and clear up the body’s inner pot.
  5. Collecting the ingredients and refining the Kum Dan.
  6. Stroke up the Jing, Qi and Shin true fires to refine the Kum Dan.
  7. Sean the furnace and enjoy the invisible shower.
  8. Release the fire.


Lower Dantian:

On hand is on the top of the other hand, above the lower Dantian, moving, squeezing, and a pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion. The concentrated mind are in the Lower Dantian.


Urinary Bladder:

Exhale; the palms are angled down moving to above the Urinary bladder. Relax and while inhaling and exhaling. The concentrated mind are in the Bladder and the hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion above the Bladder.



Inhale and angle the palms up to above the Liver, relax, and while inhaling and exhaling. The concentrated mind and the hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion above the Liver



Inhale and the palms angle up moving above the Heart. The concentrated mind and hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and in a pushing back the exhalation motion.


Spleen and Stomach:

Exhale and the palms angle down to above the Stomach. The concentrated mind and the hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion.



Inhale; the palms angle up and part above the Lungs. The concentrated mind and hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion. Repeat several times.



Exhale and the palms angle down to above the Kidneys, a hand on each Kidney. The concentrated mind and the hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion.


Urinary Bladder:

Exhale and the palms angle down, one hand on top of the other, above the Urinary Bladder. The concentrated mind in the Urinary Bladder and the hands are moving, squeezing, and pulling out the inhalation and pushing back the exhalation motion.


Standing training quiets the mind and body with internal movements. Internal movements lead external body movements; flowing in a circle the external movement turns back into internal movement, and each circle will lead to higher level.

  1. No limitations. (무극장:無極樁)
  2. (일장:日樁)
  3. (월장:月樁)
  4. (춘장:春樁)
  5. (하장:夏樁)
  6. (추장:秋樁)
  7. (동장:冬樁)
  8. Seven Stars. (칠성장:七星樁)
  9. Nine palaces. (구궁장:九宮樁)

601. YEO DHAN GONG (여단공:女丹功)

  1. Golden Mother Watching the Heart. (금모관심:金母觀心)
  2. Practicing to regulate menstruation. (수경기용:修經起用)
  3. Stopping dragon secret technique. (단룡밀법:斷龍密法, 斬赤龍)
  4. Reversing menstruation technique. (경절인환법:經絶引還法)
  5. Practicing to reverse breast development. (연유환동:煉乳還童, 煉形)
  6. Setting up Jung creating immortal fetus of section (안정결태:安鼎結胎)
  7. Su Nu of virgin practicing and regulating menstruation. (액환태성:液還胎成)
  8. Movement of fetal breathing. (묵운태식:默運胎息)
  9. Practicing Yang Shin. (연화양신:煉化陽神)
  10. Yang Shin moving into brightness and fullness. (양신광원:陽神光圓)

701. JA YEON HWAN KI BUB (자연환기법:自然換氣法)

Ja Yeon Hwan Ki Bub is the walking practice, exchanging Qi with Nature, and can be practiced when you are walking.

  1. Three steps walking. (평보삼보공:平步三步功)
  2. Six steps walking. (평보육보공:平步六步功)
  3. Hold your breath for three steps. (단폐기삼보공:單閉氣三步功)
  4. Hold your breath for six steps. (단폐기육보공:單氣六步功)
  5. Three steps walking and Hold your breath for three steps (쌍폐기삼보공:雙閉氣三步功)
  6. Six steps walking and holding your breath for six steps (쌍폐기육보공:雙閉氣六步功)

702. PYUNG HYUNG GONG (평형공:平衡功)

Pyung Hyung Gong is a balance practice, exchanging Qi with trees.

  1. Standing still with body movements (평형공 고정보법:平衡功 固定步法)
  2. Both hands up and down(쌍수 상하납동:雙手 上下拉動)
  3. Ten fingers vertical crossing (십지종향절할:十指 縱向切割)
  4. Ten fingers laterally crossing the tree (십지횡향절할:十指 橫向切割)
  5. Both hands pushing (쌍추장:雙推掌)
  6. Sword finger moves vertically (검지 종향절할:劍指 縱向切割)
  7. Sword finger moves laterally (검지 횡향절할: 劍指 橫向切割)
  8. Sword finger penetrates through the tree (검지거수: 劍指去樹)
  9. Single chop hand (단벽장:單劈掌)
  10. Movements of feet, body and arms training (평형공 활동보법: 平衡功 活動步法)
  11. Both hands push (쌍추맥:雙推脈)
  12. Double push channels (쌍추장:雙推掌)

703. SU GONG (수공:睡功)

Su Gong of sleep meditation is the practice of relaxing the physical body and brain of Shin and enables the practitioner is not asleep while meditation but is somewhere in between walking and sleeping to heal and train the Qi and Shin.

  1. Calming the Shin form. (안신식:安神式)
  2. Descending blood flow form. (강혈식:降血式)
  3. Strengthen the Jing and enriching the blood form. (보정부혈식:保精扶血式)
  4. Reversing the Yang, strengthen Qi and Yang power form. (회양장력식:回陽壯力式)
  5. Strengthen weakness and returning the Yang position form. (보허환양식:補虛還陽式)
  6. Regulating the Qi form. (조기부심식:調氣扶心式)
  7. Strengthen the Liver and brightness Gall Bladder form. (보간명담식:補肝明膽式)
  8. Balance and harmony Spleen and Stomach form. (부비건위식:扶脾健胃式)
  9. Joyfulness form. (안락식:安樂式)


Opening the lower body YangKyo-Maek, YumKyo-Maek, YangYu-Maek, YumYu-Maek, Dai-Maek, Chung-Maek, Im-Maek, Dok-Maek channels.

  1. Healing the self by opening up and harmonizing with the universe.
  2. The feeling self-surrenders to the whole universe, gaining an understanding of life and death.
  3. Protecting you and healing someone else.

901. CHUN KANG BO(천강보:天罡步)

A. CHEON KANG PAL GAE BO(천강팔괘보:天罡八掛步)

Perform this practice whenever you need to exchange Shin of information and the soul between nature and humanity.

B. CHEON KANG CHIL SUNG BO(천강칠성보: 天罡七星步)

A practitioner steps into the Star-network to exchange the Xin of information and soul and for healing the body and understanding the relationship between mankind and the universe.