Wang Fengyi (1864-1937), a Confucian educator from northern China, transposed ancient wisdom into a practical 5-element based emotional healing system. Inspired by his personal healing journey, Wang gained a deep understanding of how emotional patterns rooted in family relationships can manifest as chronic disease. Through a system of therapeutic methods that promote radical self-responsibility, his work has enabled generations of peasants in NE China for more than a century to transform both physical and emotional toxicity while becoming aligned with their own “true nature”. During the last decade, Wang Fengyi’s 5-element healing system has increasingly become acknowledged as a forgotten part of the classical heritage of Chinese medicine and been utilized as an effective clinical method by students of holistic medicine in China and the West. This seminar provides a rare overview of this system by a Western practitioner, including individual case studies from 8 years of “true nature” group work.
Describe the historical development of the Wang Fengyi emotional healing system in China and the West.
Define the twelve characters forming the foundation of the Wang Fengyi system.
Discuss the central role of Xiao and Ti in healing chronic disease.
Describe the development and release of disease patterns according to the 5-element system of Wang Fengyi.
Recount case studies of individuals undertaking “true nature” group work.
This lecture has been produced from materials filmed at the ICCM Congress. The ICCM arranges a yearly outstanding international TCM gathering which is held in Tel Aviv during the Vernal Equinox, in March, every year.
Skill level3 PDAs/CEUs
Introduction Section to Emotional Healing in the Way of Wang Fengyi 0/1
In the Jia Dao, the Dao of the family, the father belongs to fire, the mother to water, the grandparents to earth and the older and younger siblings to wood and metal. Certain relationships are related to specific body parts as well.
Wang Fengyi: “The three realms are the ancestral footprints we arrive with, and the four great realms are the road we walk into the future.” The four great realms are first Zhi, the realm of commitment, second Yi, the realm of intention, third Xin, the realm of the heart, and fourth Shen, the realm of the body.
A case of a person with many addictions and his way of transformation is an example to show and summarize the benefits of Shan Ren Dao, the emotional healing method. The human being takes its position between heaven and earth in integrity, then the virtue naturally opens up.