Eero goes through one of the most painful healing practices of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Would you do this?
Here's a new unreleased video from 2019 when we spent time studying and learning from grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan.
Why didn't we release this video before?
The video contains very special knowledge from the grandmaster that is not for everyone – the information can be possibly misused by practitioners who don't know what they are doing.
This method of healing is also kind of extreme and it brings people to a very vulnerable state. So, at the time, there were many factors why we didn't want to release it.
But after careful consideration, the video is out and it's very interesting indeed. I believe this is something 99% of people have never seen before.
In Asia and Chinese Traditional Medicine, there exist many healing practices and methods that are completely foreign to the West.
This is primarily because the framework of understanding and the terms are different. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, they always talk about "meridians" - the pathways of qi flow.
Energy flow and meridians are not understood or accepted scientific terms in the West and that's why any method or exercise that focuses on these things are usually not welcomed.
This, however, is just a failure to have an open mind and a failure to understand the mechanics of the body from a different point of view.
In Asia, they call it "meridians" and acupuncture points. In the West, we could call almost the same thing fascia, blood flow and the lymphatic system.
The point of view is fundamentally different. In the East, everything is about harmony and the elimination of disharmony. You attain health by restoring the harmony of the body and mind.
It's a holistic understanding of the body that incorporates movement, breathing, massage techniques, herbs and a lot more.
The Western way of thinking is more surgical and focuses on single parameters and functions. Instead of focusing on harmony, it aims to cure the problems and ailments by removing the symptoms. This is problematic because the root cause is rarely addressed.
As a preventive medicine, we consider the Eastern practices much better and healthier way to live and take care of the body. Western medicine shines when it's the last resort – For example when you need to surgically remove a tumor.
Of course, preventing problems before they arise is the smartest way to live. Nowadays, people are starting to understand the value of fasting, breathing, contrast therapy and cupping techniques – ancient methods that just 10 years ago were not mainstream at all.
There is still a lot to know and a lot to discover. Many of these healing practices are extremely powerful but they do require an open mind. They can also be rather painful, as seen here although most of them are not painful at all.
This practice here, was a rather strong solution for real health problems. Eero went through it for educational purposes and to increase his "potential". He was not suffering from any specific health problems.
If you have actual health problems, this kind of therapy might be worth considering. There exist less painful forms of therapy that can produce similar results for people who don't have acute illnesses.
For example, just regular movement & massaging techniques to remove blockages in the blood flow and to stimulate meridians (and the lymphatic system) will be massively helpful. You don't need to go through any pain for this.
We spent months and 4 visits to Taiwan to study these techniques. If you want to become well-versed and highly knowledgeable in the Eastern practices of health, I recommend checking out the courses at WarriorNeigong.com.
These 4 courses (particularly Health & Fighting Qigong and The Grand Circle) are accumulation of the health knowledge that we learned in Taiwan and today it's within your reach as well.
We will cover literally everything: movement, breathing, relaxation, massaging, meditation, nutrition, meridians, enlightenment and a lot more.