Qigong Master Pang Ming (Pang Lao Shi, Pang He Ming, Dr. Pang), was one of the best national Western medical doctors and TCM doctors in China. He was also a well-known acupuncturist, an author and honored professor in several colleges, and a calligrapher. He is the new and scientific qigong pioneer in the qigong community.
Some of Master Pang’s previous positions before he retired:
- Councilor of 中国气功科学研究会 China Association of Qi Gong Science
- Chairman of 智能气功协会 Association of Zhi Neng Qi Gong
- Honorary Chairman of 北京气功协会 Beijing Association of Qi Gong
- Managing Editor of magazines “东方气功” and “智能气功科学”
- Deputy Chief Editor of 中国气功函授学院
- Deputy Director of Faculty of 北京城市大学东方健康科学部 Oriental Health Sciences of Beijing City University
- President of 华夏智能气功治疗培训中心 Huaxia Healing and Training Center
- Head of 华夏智能气功研究中心 Huaxia Qigong Research Centre
Qigong Master Pang Early Years
Grand Master Pang was born in 1940 in Hebei province in China. He studied Western medicine at Beijing Medical College in 1958. Thereafter, he engaged in Western medical practice.
From 1958 to 1962, Pang studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Beijing Traditional Chinese Medicine Association. He then began to integrate Chinese and Western medicine into clinical practice.
Since his college age, Pang had studied Buddhism, Taoism, and martial arts and had followed a total of 19 grandmasters of Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian, folk qigong, martial arts, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Grand Master Pang Created Scientific QiGong Early ’80s
Master Pang is such an erudite, humble and open person. For him, creating Zhi Neng Qi Gong was not a coincidence.
Pang’s full knowledge of Western and Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian qigong, martial arts, Chinese culture, and history… all of them enabled him to see the bigger picture than anyone else in history so far.
In his late 30s, Master Pang reformed the traditional qi gong and created new scientific qigong. His total reformed qi gong forms and caused a big “earthquake” to the qigong society and yet started a new era of qigong science culture.
Hundreds of modern qigong forms were born during the Chinese qigong’s golden era (1970- 2000). At that time, hundreds of millions of Chinese people exercised qigong in their backyards, in the park, and on the street. Even some ancient traditional forms were picked up.
Qigong Master Pang Ming had many students who learned his scientific qigong and then created their own qigong forms during that time.
Master Pang Ming Qigong Science and Research
Master Pang dedicated his life to qigong science and research, even after Hua Xia Center was closed. Here were the major functions Master Pang initiated or attended before his retirement.
February 1979: Master Pang attended the National Conference of Chinese and Western Medicine Integration hosted by The China Ministry of Health.
July 1979: Master Pang was one of the organizers of the First National Qi Gong Summit.
1979: Master Pang initiated and founded the first qigong academic mass organization in China – Beijing Qigong Institute.
1979-1980: Pang Ming reformed traditional qigong
1981: Master Pang lectured on how to project external Qi in the first National External Qi Projection Seminar.
1984: Master Pang started to apply Qi Filed technique to qi training and healing
1986: Master Pang Ming published his Qi Field theory, along with a series of other new qi and qigong definition theories published afterward. Those combined became the foundation of modern Qigong Science, listed in his books.
1988: Master Pang found the Hebei Shijiazhuang Qigong Institute.
November 1991: the institute was renamed Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Healing and Training Center, also known as a medicine-less hospital to many practitioners who came for healing.
1992-1998: Huaxia Qigong Healing and Training Center had over 600 employees and serviced over 300,000 students and patients.
1996: the construction of Qigong Town was broken ground in Shunyi, Beijing.
2001: Huaxia Healing and Training Center was closed to comply with the regulations of China government.
Master Pang Lao Shi retired in 2002. Since then, he has lived in seclusion and spent most of his day studying and book writing. All his new books written during that decade have been published one by one since 2012.
List of Pang Ming’s Books (After Retirement)
April 2012: Summary of Zen Ways of Enlightenment 《禅宗证悟理法辑要》
March 2015: Summary of Confucianism Inner Saint Practice《儒家内圣修持辑要》
July 2016: Theory and Methods of Traditional Self Cultivation《传统修身法理》
April 2017: Brief Talks About Acupuncture and Its (True) Heart Method《针灸心法浅谈》
December 2018: Brief Talks About Chinese (True) Heart Philosophy and Its History《中华心学沿革简述》(The Heart Philosophy)
From what he wrote in those five books, you will notice that he had transformed from Qigong theory and methods study to self-awareness practice and consciousness study.
Most people start qigong because they had body health issues or mental health issues. You have to understand that qigong healing is just at the surface level. Because in Pang’s latest books, he quoted more than a dozen times that 悟后真修, which means that real practice starts after self-realization.
In 2018, the Onenergy founder, Pang’s two-year-qigong-teacher-program student, Master Dai, and Onenergy coach Delphine Zhu met Dr. Pang Ming in person in Beijing, China. Pang encouraged Master Dai to innovate Qigong teaching and bring Qigong wisdom to more people.