Ancient Healing Art Gets New Name

Jing-Qi-Shen is based on ancient Chinese, Tibetan, and Ayurvedic practices which aim to balance the body’s energy centers by use of specific hands-on healing and “energy medicine” techniques. The healing art as taught to Chodak by her teacher, Chetsang Xian, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, was known simply as “Qi Hand, Qi Breath” and is often thought to be the forerunner of Reiki.

Jing-Qi-Shen is named after the San Bao, or Three Treasures, common in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  The English translation would be Essence-Energy-Spirit. After streamlining and updating the healing art, it was renamed Jing-Qi-Shen, which Chodak believes more adequately describes its essential nature.With step-by-step instructions, exercises, line drawings, and treatment protocols for over 50 common ailments, The Universal Healing Art of JING-QI-SHEN is a complete guide to healing which provides the reader with everything needed to help themselves and others towards health and wholeness.

Aside from running a successful holistic health practice, Rinchen Chodak is the co-founder of The Jing-Qi-Shen Foundation ( which provides healing workshops and seminars.  Chodak is an Interfaith Minister, and an attorney.The Universal Healing Art of JING-QI-SHEN is published in conjunction with Lulu ( Fitness Articles, the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

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