Wendy Lang, MMQ ~ Shamanic Chinese Medicine
Shamanic Chinese Medicine is the re-emergence of one of the most ancient healing practices on Earth. The “Wu” shaman used non-ordinary states of consciousness to perceive and interact with the spirit world in order to bring healing to physical, energetic, emotional and spiritual disorders. The ancient Wu were female. Later, men became Shamans and were call Wu Yi. The roots of Taoism and Chinese Medicine can be found in these primordial shamanic practices. To become a practitioner of this healing art, one must master and utilize the secret knowledge passed down from the Wu healers of ancient times.
Wendy Lang MMQ, founder of Shamanic Chinese Medicine, is an expert and teacher in the fields of energy medicine, channeling, mediumship and space clearing. She has taught the Empty Mountain Institute’s three year Medical Qigong Masters program (International Institute of Medical Qigong) for the past 12 years, as well as offering powerful trainings in the intuitive arts. Her healing practice includes in person and distance sessions for any kind of disorder, for personal growth, and for channeled readings. In addition, Wendy works regularly with animals as well as offering energetic clearings for homes and properties. Her personal knowledge and experience has accumulated over twenty-five years and includes a Master's degree from the International Institute of Medical Qigong. Wendy is also the creator of the Sacred Images of Tibet calendar, card and journal series.
Wendy is blessed with a powerful connection to her spirit guides. They have shown her wonderful, experiential methods for teachings this multidimensional healing system. Shamanic Chinese Medicine is the culmination of her life’s work.
The Shamanic Chinese Medicine course uses as a foundation, the study and practice of Medical Qigong and Chinese Medicine. Wendy Lang’s teachings have evolved out of these roots, and at the same time she has been guided by spirit to incorporate the more spiritually based, intuitive, shamanic practices of the ancient Wu.
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