As the founder of the Spring Forest Qigong Centre, Master Lin is one of the most respected, knowledgable and experienced Qigong masters in the world. Master Lin’s life and career have been interesting, to say the least, and his experiences are recorded in the best-selling book, “Born a Healer: I was born a healer, you were born a healer too!”
Whether you are new to Qigong or you simply want to read about one of the most respected names in this industry, this is the book for you.
What’s It About?
Born a Healer is a comprehensive description of Master Lin’s life, his experiences and his teaching. Master Lin was born and raised in China and he came to Qigong as a way of improving his life and his health. He was amazed with the results that he achieved and quickly learned all there was to learn about this practice. Within a few years, Master Lin was well on his way to becoming of the the biggest names in eastern Qigong.
He moved to the west at the height of his education, keen to show the rest of the world just how beneficial this practice could be. At that point, very few people in the United States had even heard of Qigong by that time and many of them were dubious about it. But by creating his own brand of Qigong, one that was more accessible and adaptable, but just as beneficial, Master Lin made this more of a welcoming practice to westerners.
Master Lin spread his methods via the Spring Forest Qigong Centre, which is based in Minnesota. This Qigong school has been responsible for introducing Qigong to more westerners than any other Qigong school or program, and millions of students have benefited from SFQ over the years. Not only has it helped many students to become healers, but it has also spawned a few masters, with current SFQ experts Master Jaci Gran and Master Healer Gadu both getting their education at the centre.
In this book you will also find:
- Testimonials from students whose life was changed because of Master Lin and Spring Forest Qigong.
- Self-healing tips.
- Techniques to heal others.
- Basics of Qigong.
- Master Lin’s full life story.
- How and why he set up the SFQ Healing Centre.
Born A Healer Reviews
We’re not the only ones who loved this book and we’re certainly not the only ones who benefited from it. Amazon and other major book retailers are awash with positive reviews about this book and most readers have nothing but good things to say about it.
Here are some of our favorite quotes, and some of the most recurring statements:
“Born a Healer is a great manual for anyone who is ready to experience the wonders of Qigong healing for self and others. As one who knew about subtle energies for decades but had yet to actually raise the awareness of them in my own body, I was amazed to find that Master Lin’s easily learnable exercises awakened my sensitivity to these energies within a couple of practice sessions.”
“It is uplifting to see another human being forge such beauty and assistance for humanity out of such suffering.”
“Read it, use it, and I and the wife apply Chunyi’s guidance every day for a better, healthier life. Which we share with friends and family. We are all healers, he illustrates how easy, and simple it is to become one…it truly does work for anyone !”
“This is an interesting book, and does inspire you to take another look at yourself. I purchased the video also, and enjoy the calming exercises. I do recommend this book to those who like yoga, pilates, etc.”
Where to Buy
You can buy Born a Healer from Amazon, where they usually have some copies ready to send out. Born a Healer was published some time ago, so you may not be able to find it in your local bookstore, but it is in the system and that store can order it. So, just give them the name and they will do a search for you and then order it in.
You can also simply order it from the Spring Forest Qigong website, which is probably the best option. Here you can buy Born a Healer in both hardback and softback form.
And if you drop by the centre or bump into Master Lin during one of his many seminars, he might just be able to sign it for you. Now that would be a book worth having.