By Ming Kit Kwan's Student, 2015
I have been studying and practicing Ming's medical qigong. Recently, I come across a website that claims their Yoga practice have high frequency and I want Ming to tell me if it is true.
This is Ming's reply, “ I did practice Tibetan yoga years ago. At the end of 3 months' practice, I developed aching in my heart and when I stopped the practice, within 3 days, my heart ache was gone. I then realize it was a spiritual energy practice. What you asked is also a practice of spiritual development, you will develop high spiritual vibration which is incompatible for our body cells to use for maintaining health, functionality, integrity and survival because the vibration is above the body subtle vibration energy range and the body cells cannot use them. I have people who practiced spiritual meditation for years coming to learn medical qigong from my workshop. They claimed the more they continued the practice of spiritual practices, like meditation, the worse their health would get. They wanted to reverse that to get good health again. I think I have explained this to you already. These spiritual meditators and spiritual energy qigong practices will develop compassion, kind, love and relaxation but their physical health continues to deteriorate and will go into premature death. Please do not mix my high vibration medical qigong which is solely for health, with other forms of low energy vibration practices nor the very high spiritual practices. This is my advice to you now. Ming”
I think why for example padre pio was very sick. I also tried a meditation program one month ago and I also started to have heart pain, so I had to stop and also in my case, the heart pain stopped.
I also heard from a friend who had done research on the subject of spiritual practices, commented that spiritual masters also had bad health and died, most of them looked sick and weak.
My purpose of practice high level medical qigong (not spiritual qigong), besides to keep a good health in all levels, is to be able to serve better to those whom may need help, especially where medicine cannot do much.