It's 1972 in the industrial city of Xiangtan, China. A frail child with a heart condition sneaks into a hotel boiler room and befriends the elderly yet vibrant attendant, who eventually reveals his true identity as a revered Qigong master. He heals the boy and, for the next 13 years, secretly teaches him the keys to unlocking the spiritual and healing dimensions of the Life Force.Read more...
It's 1972 in the industrial city of Xiangtan, China. A frail child with a heart condition sneaks into a hotel boiler room and befriends the elderly yet vibrant attendant, who eventually reveals his true identity as a revered Qigong master. He heals the boy and, for the next 13 years, secretly teaches him the keys to unlocking the spiritual and healing dimensions of the Life Force.
It sounds like a modern-day fable, but the story is true. And with The Master Key, that grateful student, Robert Peng, invites all of us to enter the next chapter of this empowering path.
Here, Master Peng brings together the unique insights of his teacher with the moving account of his own journey to inspire and guide us into:
- The foundational methods for gathering, refining, and using the Life Force
- A five-minute exercise to directly experience the reality of Qi energy
- Awakening the body's three Dantian centers
- The Four Golden Wheels practices for strengthening your Qi reservoirs
- The discovery of your True Self through Qigong's tools of self-inquiry
- Empowering your relationships and sexual intimacy
- Entering the sea of compassion and happiness, and much more
How do we open the doorways to authentic love, power, and wisdom? The answer lies in our inner Life Force--and The Master Key teaches us how to unlock it.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-12-16
- Reviewer: Staff
First-time author and Qigong master Peng juxtaposes memoir with easy-to-follow exercises for tapping into our inner power. Divided into four parts, the book begins with the story of Peng’s introduction to Qigong by revered master Xiao Yao, whom he met by happenstance at the age of eight. For the next 13 years, Peng studied Dan Ming Qigong, or Elixir Light Qigong, and would witness unbelievable feats: men walking on water; the charming of wild animals. Peng’s tale takes you through his spiritual enlightenment, his increasing physical, mental, and emotional strength, and healing powers, as well as his university days, Xiao Yao’s death, and his journey from China to Australia to New York City, where—after training over 150,000 individuals in Qigong—he decided to write this book. Part Two introduces the body’s quartet of energy centers (the Four Golden Wheels), and how to access them; Part Three details additional exercises meant to expand the Qi unlocked by the Four Golden Wheels; and Part Four outlines the establishment of a daily Qigong practice, which enables you to create a more joyful existence that will positively influence every facet of your life. Writing with Nasser, Peng is an enthusiastic instructor, and his teachings are powerful tools for personal growth, self-empowerment, and, ultimately, happiness. (Feb.)