Meditation & Qigong Mastery (A Guide for Healing, Inner Happiness and Spiritual Awakening by Activating and Developing Your Lightbody) by
Ricardo B. Serrano, R.Ac.


Meditation & Qigong MasteryReviewed by Douglas R. Cobb

If you read Ricardo B. Serrano’s informative and enlightening book, Meditation & Qigong Mastery, you will learn many meditation and healing practices that you can put into use in your daily lives. You will definitely learn new things and techniques to improve your health, make you a happier person, and awaken you spiritually, as the subtitle suggests. This is not just another “New Age,” book; it is a very well-written and researched book that gathers together the collected wisdom of several ancient cultures, philosophies, and religions, and synthesizes it into an understandable form that is designed to benefit anybody who buys and reads the book.

What are some of the topics the book covers? What the heck are “lightbodies”? By “lightbodies,” the author is referring to EMFs (elctromagnetic fields) or Wei Qi or merkaba. Among other topics, the book goes over various techniques like types of meditation and Qigong principles that you can learn to use to activate and develop your lightbodies/EMFs. Also, Omkabah heart lightbody activation and Maitreya (Shiva) Shen Gong are introduced. Useful mantras are included, with tip about what to picture in your minds as you recite them, and what they mean.

Okay, I admit I wrote in the first paragraph that the author puts all of this information into an “understandable form,” and maybe I used some unfamiliar jargon–most of it was new to me, too, before I read this book. However, the concepts and jargon are explained as you read along, and are worth your while to read about, learn, and put into practice.

One of the many interesting things I read in the book is the Oriental concept of the “Three Treasures.” The goal of all Oriental healing is, according to the book, to cultivate, balance, and expand the Three Treasures. They are: Jing, Qi, and Shen. Jing has been called, it states in the book, the “superior ultimate” treasure. Without Jing energy, we cannot live. It exists in small quantities in our bodies, enters into our tissues, and becomes the root of our body.

Qi is the “invisible life source which enables the body to think and perform voluntary movement.” You see Qi when you see people move and live. It’s in the movement of energy in the cosmos and in all other movements and changes, like those in nature. It circulates throughout the twelve meridians or energy circuitry of the body.

Shen energy, the book states, “is similar to the English meaning of the words ‘mind’ and ‘spirit..” When Jing and Qi energy is combined, it creates Shen energy. Also, when Jing and Qi are balanced, the body and mind are strong.

I can’t touch on every fascinating topic described in Meditation & Qigong Mastery in detail in a review and do them justice, but the chapters include information that will benefit those at all levels of experience. The mantras described help in the meditation process, and are quite useful to know. The book teaches about Mayan science and religion, and the Kundalini Awakening that’s occurring in the Mayan pyramids. The illustrations and photographs scattered throughout are great accompaniments to the text.

Meditation & Qigong Mastery is an incredible and thought-provoking start to a series of books on various healing practices, meditation, and the keys to inner happiness by Ricardo B. Serrano, R.Ac.. If you are interested in learning more about meditation and Qigong, I highly recommend that you check out this book and add it to your reading lists.

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