"You Were Born A Healer" - Master Chunyi Lin

CartContact    952.593.5555    Login

Head-to-Toe Healing: Your Body’s Repair Manual


SOOTHING AND BALANCING YOUR EYES


Allergies can mean itchy, watery, or dry, uncomfortable eyes for some people.

The sunlight, which is growing stronger in spring, can also be hard on some people’s eyes who don’t have allergies.

In Chinese ancient Five Elements Theory, the sun’s energy is ‘fire’ energy. The eyes are ‘wood’ energy and fire burns wood. So too much exposure to sunlight, especially during the core of the day, is not helpful for many people’s eyes.

Here is a technique from Master Chunyi Lin's book, Head-to-Toe Healing: Your Body’s Repair Manual, which can be very soothing and balancing to the eyes. It can also be helpful if your eyes feel tired or strained after spending too much time in front of a computer screen or TV.  Please give it a try.

 


TRY THIS NOW

Step 1

Put a thumb on each temple, curve your fingers, and—as firmly as is comfortable for you—draw the sides of the middle knuckles of your index fingers along your eyebrows from the inside edge to the outside edge.

Step 2

Next draw the sides of the middle knuckles of your index fingers along the bone under your eyes.

Step 3

Alternate between massaging your eyebrows and massaging the bone under your eyes in this manner.

Step 4:

Put a smile on your face. See golden light in the areas you massage and visualize a healing message going into that light, such as “I see perfectly” or “My head feels fine.” Chant the sound “sheee.”

Repeat Step 1 - Step 4 nine times. Doing this for Five minutes is best, less time is fine. If you can do it Two times a day – once in the morning and once in the early evening – that is best.

 

THE POWER IS IN YOUR HANDS

Did you know there is a special point on your forehead you can gently massage that can help relieve headaches, insomnia or eye fatigue?

Find this in Head-to-Toe Healing Book - Technique # 25



If your baby is having tummy trouble or feeling cranking, try massaging the palm of your baby’s hand/s near the base of the palm just above the wrist and discover how this can help.

Find this in Head-to-Toe Healing Book - Technique # 102



When you feel a cold coming on there is a special point on the bottom of your feet you can gently massage to help prevent the cold. It also helps when your energy is low. The Chinese call refer to this as a “longevity point.”

Find this in Head-to-Toe Healing Book - Technique # 94

 

IN DEVELOPMENT FOR MILLENNIA

For thousands of years Chinese scholars have been studying how the human body works looking for simple things we can do to stay healthy and recover quickly when we do become sick or injured.

They found special areas of the body that are key “energy points.” Stimulating these special areas can be very beneficial. The principle is similar to acupuncture but you don’t need needles and you can stimulate these points yourself. 

 

“Master Chunyi Lin’s ‘Head-to-Toe Healing’ advances personal self care to new levels of ease and simplicity for you. It offers highly effective, yet simple, and easy-to-follow recommendations for the treatment of chronic medical conditions. The techniques are based upon TCM which is now acknowledged as consistent with the concepts of integral medicine and the quantum physics of our age. Head-to-Toe Healing: Your Body’s Repair Manual represents a volume of knowledge which should be in every household.”


~ Gregory Gerber, M.D., Chief of Internal Medicine, SW Memorial Hospital, Houston, Texas

 


 

Spring Forest Qigong Head to Toe Healing BookSTEP-BY-STEP GUIDANCE

In Head-to-Toe Healing, Your Body’s Repair Manual, Master Chunyi Lin guides you in stimulating dozens of these special “energy points” to help you relieve so many common problems from the top of your head down to the bottom of your feet. He also incorporates, one of the keys of SFQ, the power of sound, for each of his techniques. You can use these simple ancient sounds or not use the sound. It is up to you.

You can use these techniques to help yourself, your children, your friends, anyone. All of the techniques are indexed by area of the body and gives the benefits they can bring you. The instructions are simple with clear illustrations.

Add to Cart$26.95

 

 

 


WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT HEAD-TO-TOE HEALING

“Every once in a long while a body of work comes together that will truly bring light to the hearts and minds of those it touches and a deep healing will occur. Master Lin has been the steward of such a work. These pages are a pure reflection of his intention to bring peace and healing to any who seek. Through the empowerment of those who practice it, the result of using this wisdom will speak for itself. Thank you, Master Lin, for your great contribution.”
~ Dr. Sue Morter, Founder, Morter Institute and HealthCenter, Bridging Science, Spirit and Human Possibility

 

“Chunyi Lin has compiled a marvelous set of tips anyone can use to achieve optimal wellness. Master Lin has distilled thousands of years of Chinese medical wisdom and qigong knowledge into practical advice. Consistent with his Spring Forest Qigong principles, they are simple to learn yet powerful in application."
~ Hon K. Lee, L.Ac., Dipl. OM

 

“This is a wonderfully useful reference for anyone interested in playing an active role in healing themselves. Just look up your symptom (headache, nausea, sinus problems, etc.), and you will be given some simple steps to help your situation. Very easy to understand and apply. I love this book.”
~ Marci Shimoff, New York Times best-selling author, Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul

 

“Master Lin provides the reader with easy-to-digest information and easy-to-do exercises that give birth to the innate wisdom of the body to help itself heal. Energy healing such as Spring Forest Qigong will soon be as common a prescription for treatment of illnesses as are pharmaceuticals at this time.”
~Bill Manahan, M.D., Past President of the American Holistic Medical Association and Assistant Professor Emeritus, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Minnesota Academic Health Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Back to top