Thursday, November 23, 2017

What are the principles of Paida?

Paida or Inducing Sha = Elimination of the toxic waste in the body.

1. Our skin is closely related to meridians (energy channels in the body). All diseases are caused by some kind of meridian blockage. Paida removes blockage from the meridians.  

2. Paida enhances one’s faith and power of the heart, stimulates and cleanses relevant meridians to facilitate the Qi flow. Smooth Qi flow will in turn help the circulation of blood. Clearing meridians could cure diseases. 

3. The patted and slapped parts of the body will automatically gather Qi and blood, which then facilitates their circulation. As a toxin-sweeper, the enhanced Qi automatically scans the body to locate and cleanse the blocked meridians. As a result, toxic waste, illnesses and even tumors can be cleared. 

4. From the perspective of Western medicine, Paida is a "proactive sabotage technique" that stimulates the central nervous system, which then activates energy and blood flow to help repair the damaged parts. This is a process of self-healing and rehabilitation, and enhances the body’s immune functions.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017



1) Acute heart problem, unconsciousness, dizziness, chest tightness, shortness of breath, headaches, motion sickness, drunkenness, heat stroke, altitude sickness, nausea, vomiting, acute asthma, uncontrollable shaking, face turning pale, abnormal sweating, overreaction (excessive joy, depression, contradiction, anxiety, rage,mania ), etc: Use your hand(s) to slap heavily at inner elbows and Neiguan acupoint near the wrist (If only one person is on the scene, slap at either arm; if there are two people,slap at both arms), and go on to slap along the entire inner sides of the arms. 

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Dizziness coupled with cramps: Apart from slapping at inner elbows and Neiguan acupoint, you can slap at top of the feet.

 [ Note: In case someone is feeling dizzy or becoming unconscious, whatever his or her disease names are, treat it as an acute heart attack. Slap gradually from soft to heavy. In an emergency, you may use heavy slaps. ]

 2) Cramps on hands: Slap at Neiguan acupoint, inner elbows, and both sides of hands; Cramps along legs and feet: Slap at inner elbows, top of feet, all around the knees and the entire lower legs.

3) Cold, fever, cough, running nose ( including in children ): Slap at inner elbows and Dazhui acupoint ( at the protruding juncture of the neck and shoulders ), each for 30 minutes, go gradually from soft to heavy. For children, use soft, caring slaps, and you can also pat along his/her entire spine for 30 minutes. 

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4) Nose bleeding: Slap at inner elbows and back of hands. 

5)Sore throat, inflammation of the tonsils: Slap at the front and sides of the neck, chest, back, hands and feet. 

6) Acute toothache: Slap at inner elbows and back of hands ( particularly the Hegu acupoint between the thumb and index finger ). 
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7) Acute/chronic stomachache and bloating, diarrhea, food poisoning: Slap at Zusanli acupoint, Neiguan acupoint, back of hands and the abdomen. 
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8) Acute constipation, hemorrhoidal bleeding: Slap at back of hands.

 9) Acute/chronic lower back and leg pain, waist sprain: Slap at back of knees ( including Weizhong acupoint ), and inner sides of the legs; Do Lajin in reclining position. 

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10)  Acute liver and/or gall bladder pain: Do Lajin in reclining position; Slap along the inner and outer sides of both legs. 

⇩ Reclining position Lajin
(Left: on a lajin bench. Right: DIY on two chairs against a wall) 
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11) Menstrual pain; Do Lajin in reclining ⇑ position, squatting Lajin or Y-style Lajin for 20-30 minutes; Drink ginger and date soup, and stay warm; Slap along the groins, and the inner sides of thighs and knees. 
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⇧ Squatting Lajin

⇩ Y-style Lajin

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12)Vaginal itching in women: Slap at the affected area ( perineum ). 

13) Bites by mosquitoes or other insects, rashes and other types of itchiness: Slap directly with hand(s) on where the bites, rashes or itchiness are. For body parts that are not easy to slap with hands, a Paida tool can be used. 

14) Acute ankle and other sprains: Slap at areas around the sprain, and move on to slap directly at the injured part until the pain of the sprain is gone. 

Note: DO NOT slap at body parts with fractured bones and/or open wounds.


1)You can use PaidaLajin on yourself or for others. When helping others, please ask for their permission BEFORE you do it. 

2) Generally speaking, for PaidaLajin, go gradually from soft to heavy. In a very urgent case, use heavy slaps. 

3) Painful, numbing, tingling, sore, swelling, itchy, warm or cold sensations can be felt during and after PaidaLajin. Patches of red, purple, blue and/or black "Sha" (aka "poisonous blood") can appear at the slapped areas. There can be rashes, burping, farting, dark and stinky urine and faeces. These are good reactions of the healing process, no need to worry. 

4) Stay warm and avoid cold and wind during and after PaidaLajin

Paida and Lajin are promoted as self-healing methods and are not meant for or to substitute medical treatment.

According to Chinese medicine, all diseases are caused by blocked meridians (energy channels in the body). Hence, disease prevention and treatment can be as simple as clearing meridians and expelling toxins and waste in the body. Paida and Lajin are the most direct methods in this regard, which explains their miraculous effects in dispelling various diseases and pains, as has been repeatedly proven by self-healers around the world. 

By activating the body’s innate self-healing power, Paida and Lajin help improve health naturally and holistically. These seemingly most simple methods, when genuinely practiced, promise to reward you with much more than better physical health. 

Paida lajin is an alternate method of healing and therapy which originated in China. It is based on the relationship between Qi and Sha which are two fundamental concepts in Chinese medicine. Qi (Chi) is the invisible life force or vital energy that flows in all living things, including in the human body. "Sha”, commonly known as “poisonous blood or waste “, refers to toxins and waste in the body that hinder the natural flow of Qi and blood in the body’s  meridian system (energy channels in the body)

 PAIDA: During Paida , one pats and slaps external skin areas to expel Sha and restore health by facilitating the smooth flow of Qi throughout the body meridians.

Pai – pat
Da –slap 

 LAJIN  :Basically Lajin means stretching .There is an old saying in China, which is – " Whenever your bones are in correct direction and your tendons are soft, blood and Qi will circulate smoothly by themselves”. Lajin removes the blockages by softening your tendons, and thus helps cure diseases.

DIY ⇩ lajin bench at home.

The freeing of meridians through paida lajin can cure diseases, detoxify the body and improve the immune system and sexual functioning. It also improves the appearance, increases the body length,decreases freckles, wrinkles and acne, and helps in weight reduction.   Increase in body length occurs in people in middle age and in adolescents; this effect is greatest in the elderly, as most of them stiffened tendons to suffer and to some degree are hunchbacked

 It is believed that patting and slapping the skin and the joints will activate the flow of “Chi” or “inner energy” that gives life and vitality to the body. This technique draws out the bad Qi (Yin Chi), invigorates the body with the positive Qi (Yang Chi) and stimulates the meridians with the powerful flow of positive Qi thereby energizing the body with vitality. The patted and slapped parts of the body will automatically gather Qi and blood, which then facilitates their circulation. As a toxin-sweeper, the enhanced Qi automatically scans the body to locate and cleanse the blocked meridians. As a result, toxic waste, illnesses and even tumors can be cleared.

Lajin relieves body pain, expels toxin, and even enhances sexual ability. Among other benefits, lajin therapy may relieve or even cure problems in the urinary system and reproductive system.  It also helps in the case of stomach problem, gastroenteritis; numbness, pain and swelling in the hands and feet,  cardiovascular and cerebrovascular problems,  liver and gall bladder problems; dermatitis; and diabetes. 

Apart from its medical benefits, paida lajin can be done by yourself , it is low cost and sometimes even no cost, it can be learnt in just a few minutes,it is effective and is almost universally applicable to all diseases. 



This 50 year old lady, has come for the first time to our centre. She is a known case of 1. Hypothyroidism on replacement therapy – 6 months, 2. Hypertension on – (Tab. Telmisartan + Hydrochlorthiazide 40 + 12.5 mg), for last 6 months. Her main complaints are low back pain, ankle pain, sleep disturbance. Throughout the 5 days, she was asymptomatic & thoroughly enjoyed the course; at the end she gave her impression that she had very good over-all improvement and more energy levels; her weight reduced by 0.7 Kgs (82.8 Kgs – 82.1 Kgs) & her Abdominal Girth reduced significantly by 10 cm (97 cm – 87 cm). She proposes to continue the therapy.

The two simple methods, Pai-da (slapping meridian acupoints) and La-jin (stretching tendons) rejuvenate body, increase vitality and self-heal chronic pain, injuries and dis-ease. Worldwide, already millions of people are practicing this method regularly at home, for better health and longevity. Come to experience Paida-Lajin for better health and rejuvenation.

What is Paida?

Pai: To pat

Da: To slap

Paida: A Chinese self-healing technique which utilizes patting and slapping of external skin areas to draw out and expel poisonous waste in the body and to restore health by facilitating smooth Qi flow in the body’s meridian system.

Sha: “poisonous blood” in the body. It is a word unique to the Chinese language, and is used as an indicator for diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

Qi: Flow of energy or the circulation of life energy in the body.

Paida is originated from ancient Taoist practitioners, who used this technique to “treat old injuries”. The technique stems from their belief that patting and slapping activate vital energy channels, thus removing stagnant energy and toxins, curing ailments and improving health.

Paida = Elimination of poisonous waste in the body

The Paida technique we are promoting is a unique DIY health management method which combines those of Taoists, Buddhists and methods of Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM). The key to its success lies in one’s positivity and concentration when practicing Paida by oneself or for others, and the intensity and duration of such practice.

Duration and Frequency of Paida

1.     Paida can be done at any time of a day. You can make it your habit, and Paida in the mornings and evenings, or in the mornings, afternoons and evenings.

2.     Due to different Paida intensity and people’s particular physical conditions, there is no fixed time length for when the Sha appears and disappears. Therefore, the appropriate duration of Paida varies from person to person. We kindly advise that children, the elderly, the frail, and the severely sick should practice Paida following the proper sequence.

3.     For health care, you can slap from head to foot for fifteen to twenty minutes at a time, at least once or twice a day (particularly the head, shoulders, armpits, elbows and knees for one to five minutes each).

For sub-health cases, besides Paida the parts mentioned above, you can pat and slap the disease nidus for a longer time. Generally, the duration should be between five to thirty minutes, and you can do it once, twice, or more times a day.

For those with serious illnesses, Paida duration should be extended to no less than one hour. After Sha appears, Paida should be continued. Sha is poisonous blood in the body, and it reveals body waste and illnesses, which can be cleared with continuous slapping. The body will finish the elimination of toxicants as Sha disappears. That’s the secret of the magic efficacies of Paida.

4.     For those who feel under the weather or have obvious symptoms, they should pat or slap the nidus for at least half an hour each time. For example, those suffering from knee pains, frozen shoulder, cervical spondylosis, headache or insomnia can pat and slap the knees and elbows more frequently for at least once or twice a day.

5.     For those with serious illnesses, such as inability to lift the shoulders or walk, or those diagnosed with psoriasis, heart diseases, hypertension, diabetes or cancer, they should pat top-down from the head to the feet with the focus on the elbows, knees, feet and the nidus for at least one hour and at least three times a day. And the time length of each Paida can be reduced when the symptoms are relieved.

6.     After several rounds of Paida, it is not as easy to have Sha as before. But if you continue Paida, it can enhance circulation of blood, keep you fit and even cure diseases.

7.     As with Lajin, the duration and frequency of Paida vary from person to person. Whether there is Sha or not after Paida, it can be a daily exercise for both the sick and the healthy.

8.     One Paida session can be divided into several, with each session focusing on one particular part of the body.  

I have a health condition, which body parts should I slap? 

Always consult your doctor first!

Start by slapping the key areas: head, shoulders, armpits, knees and elbows.

Once you have completed Paida the key areas, you can Paida additional areas such as elbow joints, knee joints, arms, and legs for 15 minutes or more each.

When Paida elbow and knee joints, be sure to slap all around;

When Paida upper arms, place one hand on a knee and slap upper arm using the other hand;

When Paida legs, be sure to slap upper and lower parts, inner and outer thighs.

After Paida these parts, find your focus areas based on individual health conditions.

What is Lajin?

La: To stretch;

Jin: Chinese medical term similar to ligaments, tendons;

Lajin: To stretch and to restore functions of Jin where Jin-Suo has occurred, so as to self heal illnesses, restore health and prevent aging;

Jin-Suo: Contraction, atrophy or degeneration of the functions of Jin, which is the major contributor to aging and most illnesses.

Lajin is a simple way of proactive health management. When practiced correctly, it can help enhance overall health and promote longevity by cleansing vital energy channels in the body, thus enabling smooth Qi and blood flow. This in turn improves various acute and chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, gynaecological and prostate disorders, dislocations as well as pains caused by Jin-Suo.

⇧This position is by far the safest and provides the most comprehensive efficacies. A customized Lajin bench is recommended, but chairs can be used as an alternative. You must coordinate your breathing and stretch your arms as much as you can. This is particularly effective in helping elevate sagging breasts and lose weight.

Lajin Method
If you are using chairs, place two side by side with the side of one chair against the wall;
Lie down on your back, put the arms straight behind your head and keep them flat on the bench;
Place the right leg up against the pillar, while the left leg bends down as much as possible to touch the floor;
Move your buttock against the pillar and keep the raised leg flat against the pillar;
Avoid legs moving outward; Move the inner thighs closer together to increase intensity;
Maintain this position for 10-40 minutes, and then switch your legs.
For best efficacy, practice it daily.

A Few Things to Note about Lajin

Lajin is based on natural movements of the body, hence any pain, numbness, soreness or swelling pain are signs of poor blood circulation, which can be gradually improved with Lajin.

Lajin can be self-administered where the intensity and duration is fully within your control. Know your limits to avoid injuries.

Aches and pains experienced after Lajin can be a sign of ailment. However, such aches and pains should be within your tolerable range. Hence, Lajin enables one to adjust the intensity and duration of the practice to suit individual needs and tolerance.

Beginners, those of advanced age and with severe illnesses should practice with medium intensity using a step-by-step approach to get into positions. Intensity and duration can be gradually increased for greater efficacy.

For those with stiff muscles from early on, stiff muscles are the body’s alarm signaling decreased liver function — affecting muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments. It is therefore even more crucial for them to practice Lajin.

When Lajin with increased intensity and duration no longer gives you pain, numbness or soreness — Congratulations! Your body now has agility, perfect alignment and balance, and smooth Qi and blood flow.

What are the common physical responses brought by Lajin?

Type 1:

Pain, numbness, soreness, swelling pain, itchiness and yawning are some of the natural responses you may experience when you practice Lajin and/or Paida. These physical responses, according to Chinese medicine, are signs of “Qì Chōng Bìng Zào”, i.e. the healthy Qi is charging at disease nidus. To some extent, this is the darkness before dawn breaks. These responses are signs indicating that the stagnated meridians are now being cleared.

Type 2:

Red spots, rashes, blisters, dizziness, belching, headaches, nausea, thick phlegm, running nose, farting, extremely stinky excrement and urine

All these responses are signs of “Qì Chōng Bìng Zào” and detoxification reactions. When such signs appear, you should go on with Lajin and Paida. After internal self-cleansing and detoxification, you will gradually self-heal diseases and improve your health.

Continue Lajin and Paida even after these response reactions subside, adjusting to lower levels of intensity and shorter duration should that be your wish.

What is the appropriate duration and intensity of Lajin?

Duration of Lajin

There is no fixed standard, but 10-40 minutes for each leg in reclining position is recommended. This is, however, dependant on individual tolerance; hence, it serves only as a reference. But the general rule of thumb is the longer the practice, the better the efficacy and health benefits.

When doing Lajin in reclining position, it is all right for most healthy people to straighten the raised leg and set the other leg on the ground. However, for those who are frail or have severe illnesses, it can be quite a challenge. Some may feel intense pain the moment they get into position and want to get down at once. For these people, Lajin should be practiced in a progressive manner in terms of both duration and intensity, starting with one or two minutes of Lajin.

For people who dance or practice yoga, 10 minutes of Lajin will not be a challenge. If the duration is extended to 30-40 minutes, all kinds of physical responses will come up, such as leg numbness, pain, belching, farting, excrement, sweating… Chronic diseases such as insomnia, constipation, kidney deficiency, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases will be gradually alleviated.

Intensity of Lajin

The intensity of Lajin varies from one practice to another and has no fixed standard, but should also be within a tolerable range.

You can ask someone to help press your leg, or you may use sandbags.

Hands stretched backward may carry weights such as dumbbells, bags or dictionaries. This may add to your pain, but is definitely more effective in curing many diseases such as frozen shoulder, chest tightness, breast illness and cardiac diseases.

When incorporated with proper breathing, stretching arms backward as far out as possible has obvious efficacies for obese women or those with sagging breasts, because Lajin in reclining position changes the direction of gravity on breasts.

Cautions and Suggestions

When doing Lajin, it is best to wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants to keep warm. Air-conditioning should be turned off or lowered as the pores are opened up during Lajin, otherwise the chills may induce more diseases.

If, in reclining position, your sole cannot touch the ground, you can slightly move your knee and leg to the side to ease the pain. But once the foot can touch the ground, try to draw back the leg close to the other, to avoid splay feet.

Patients with hypertension, cardiac diseases, porous bones, or those who have been frail, should first ask for doctor’s advice before doing Lajin. People who have Jin- Suo will definitely feel painful during Lajin, and experience high blood pressure and rapid heartbeat, in which case it is best to rest the head on a pillow to ease blood rush to the head.

Aged people, patients of porous bones or those who are frail or have severe illnesses might faint away because of pain. Therefore, these people should take it more slowly, and gradually increase intensity and duration, of which there are no fixed standards, and they vary from person to person. But persistent efforts will pay off in the end.

If, in the middle of Lajin, a patient is found with numb and cold limbs, paleness in the face and cold sweat, this is known in Western medicine as “Hyperventilation Syndrome”. It can be resolved by covering the patient’s nose and mouth with a paper bag or plastic bag to form an enclosed breathing system. The symptoms should be gone in five minutes and the patient’s condition should return to normal.

Women may practice Lajin at any point of the menstrual cycle. Patients suffering from painful menstruation may gain better benefits if Lajin is practiced during the period.

Lajin is best complemented with Paida for enhanced efficacy. In particular, for patients who have problems performing Lajin, slapping the joints, hands and feet can help relieve the pain felt during Lajin.

Lu Zijian 118 years full of vigor and a bright spirit.

Lu Zijian was born in Yichang, Hubei Province, Mainland China on the 19th year of Emperor Guangxu, Qing Dynasty (15th October 1893). Well know martial artist, heading the Dragon Gate lineage of Daoism (Long Men Pai). In 2002 Lu was awarded 9 Duan (the highest grade in Chinese Martial Arts ranking system).

Lu  attributed his longivity to his life long practice of martial arts and his longevity qigong: Hunyuan yangsheng Qigong.
In 2012 he was considered as the oldest living Chinese citizen as well as the oldest living man but Gerontology Research Group is still proceeding under further verification.

Former head of Chinese Ba Gua Zhang Federation (Eight Trigrams Boxing, one the three most famous Chinese Internal Martial Arts besides Tai Chi Chuan or Taijiquan and Xingyiquan).

He started in his young age to study wushu with his own mother and later he was accepted as disciple of Master Jiang Yin then he studied in the State Medical School of Hubei Province.

Lu Zijian was well known for his high achievements in internal martial arts, Taoist alchemy & Qigong, Chinese Traditional Medicine and Chinese Traditional Painting. As a result of these excellences all converging in the same mind and body, Lu Zijian reached the age of 118 years full of vigor and a bright spirit.

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I Historical milestones:

1911: At 18 Lu went to Beijing, he studied Baguazhang with Master Li Changye and Xingyiquan with Master Yu Shirong, and finally he returned in Chongqinq Sichuan Province to study Taijiquan with Master Li Guocao. (Most probably due to the political instability leading to 1911 Chinese Revolution).

1920: he was Gold medalist at the Nanjing Yuhuatai Martial Arts Competition at the age of 28.

1929: He was actively against a proposal passed by the Central Ministry of Health of the new Kuomingang (KMT) government severely limited the advertising and practice of Chinese medicine. But finally this proposal was not implemented and he was part of the Commission for Chinese Medicine Organization. At that time he was in Chongqin as Martial Arts Chief instructor and member of the KMT Military Committee.

1979 He is back in Chongqinq et was Municipal MCPPCC member. This year he opened his Yudan Zijian Martial Arts academy as well as the Lu Zijian Chinese Medicine Orthopedics Clinic. He published several articles and books among them “Baguazhang Healing methods” and created his “Baguazhang Hunyuan Yangsheng Gong”.

2007: Lu Zijian on the 24th January became the Oldest man in the world.

2009: Lu Zijian on the 2nd January became the oldest person in the world and was 116 years old.

2012:On 21 October Lu Zijian died surrounded by his family and closest friends one month before his 119th anniversary.

II Some historical facts

Huo Yuan Jia was not only a very famous martial artists of his time, but Lu Zijian and Late Great Master Huo were sworn brothers with Huo being the elder brother. They fought together the  monopolistic influence of Foreign freight companies deserving first the Yangtze river then later in Shanghai. Later they join Chinese Resistance against Japanese troops. He killed three Japanese Martial arts experts in duels. During of the raids they launched against the Japanese troops, Lu’s wife was killed. He used one single palm to kill one Foreign boxer named Marshall. The name of Lu Zijian grew very fast so that Chiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jie Shi) the Chinese military and political leader who was leading the Kuomintang (KMT) appointed him as one-star general and Head Bodyguard (General Chiang had thirteen top bodyguards, all of them were his disciples). 

During China’s Liberation Lu did not follow the major of Chiang’s remaining troops in Taiwan, he choose to stay in Mainland China, he stayed in a labor camp up to 70’s. But later he held progressively important posts such as President of Chongqinq North South Wushu Federation, Martial Arts Chief Instructor of the We He Chongqing Headquarters, Chairman of the Association of Chongqing Traditional Chinese Medicine, President of Sichuan Province Martial Arts Association, Director of the Chinese Martial Arts Research Institute...

In 1982 he was Gold medalist of the Gold Lion National Martial Arts Tournament.  He received a special Gold Award in 1984 at the Emei Mountain Boxing Tournament. 1985 appointed President of the International Gongfa Association. 1994, the Chief Adviser of the International Qigong Association, in 2000 he received the gold medal Senior People from the Chinese State Administration of Sports. The Chinese Ministry of Sports, Department of Martial Arts attributed him the title of “Leading authority of Chinese Martial Arts” and rewarded the highest rank of Nine Duan in 2002. He was the Honorary President of the Chinese Wudang Wushu Federation.

His contribution as Expert in Chinese Medicine Treatments for Bone Injuries is widely recognized as he treated successfully numbers of patients in whole China.

Besides his pedagogic skills, his chivalric and generous temperament lead him to nurture thousands of disciples including foreign students, some of them are even very famous and own their own martial arts schools, perpetuating the “Zijian” style martial arts. All are under the head organization of Mr. Wang Qinghua. In 1986, he was hired as Principal Consultant International Qigong Society. In the same year he was appointed as Vice resident of the Wudang Martial Arts Development Center of California General Counsel. Since the implementation of the national Wushu Duan ranking system, Lu was involved in the long-term task to revise the teaching and training in Chinese martial arts with all the other 9 Duan top ranking experts of Chinese Martial Arts.

Universal Paida Exercise

Based on the promotion experience of Paida-Lajin Self-Healing exercise over the past years around the country and the world , we are releasing videos of Paida exercises suitable for ordinary people, students and white collars, as simple and practical health protection and preservation aiming at helping people learn daily health care methods are offering them what we can with the service. Continuously slapping (Pai-da) on the body area where Qi and blood are blocked can bring smooth flow of Qi and blood again, all discomfort will disappear and the human body will recover naturally.

After three months of hard work, "The Journey to Self healing Team" is now finally releasing the Universal Paida Exercises. They are simple, effective and safe. Do it 20 minutes a day, daily, you will be feeling easy and well every day! You may start your miraculous journey to self-healing with these exercises videos, no matter if you have practiced Paida Lajin for years or just start to learn . 

According to Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM), diseases of all kinds, major or minor, acute or chronic, physical or mental, are causes by blocked meridians (energy channels) which lead to Yin-Yang imbalance, and obstructed Qi and blood flow in the body.

Prevention and treatment of diseases is therefore very simple, i.e. to cleanse meridians to balance Yin and Yang and to enable smooth Qi and blood flow, which naturally cures diseases and improves health.

Meridian therapies vary in their techniques, efficacies and application scope, yet they all follow the same philosophy, i.e. to cleanse meridians and maintain Yin-Yang balance.

The following is a list of existant meridian therapies:
Herbal medicine, dietary nutrients and supplements, acupuncture, moxibustion, acupressure, massage, foot bath, skin scraping (Gua Sha), cupping (Ba Guan), bone setting, needle-knife technique, etc.

Nonetheless, these are still passive means of "healing by others", not proactive means of "healing by oneself". Being strictly restricted to "professional service or recommendations", they are not readily accessible to the majority of people worldwide.

The truest path is the simplest. Paida and Lajin self-healing methods rediscovered, developed and being promoted by Mr. Hongchi Xiao take one minute to learn, and ten minutes of practice to witness the immediate effect. Being simple, safe, effective and accessible to all, Paida and Lajin are proven to be the most "green" DIY methods for health preservation, disease diagnosis and treatment.

A growing number of people across the globe are embracing the miraculous Paida and Lajin self-healing techniques, to restore their own health and to enable more to benefit from them. 

Better sleep, more energy and clearer vision (Testimony)





起先我并不很相信拍打拉筋, 但参加2016年9月中旬印尼茂物希萨鲁度假村的体验营后,我感觉更健康了,更有活力,睡眠更好。 

我还带我母亲Painah一起参加了体验营,她今年51岁,居住在日惹与梭罗之间的一个叫Sumber Lawang的村子。拍打后,眼睛排出不少分泌物后,她能看得更清晰了。她昨天已回到村里,她允诺向所有邻居传播拍打拉筋自愈法,特别是她90岁的父亲。 


Better sleep, more energy and clearer vision

Name: Marsini, 

Age: 34 years

Stayed in Jakarta

24 September 2016

At first I did not quite believe with Paida Lajin. But after attending a workshop in Cisarua mid-September 2016, I feel healthier, have more energy and sleep better.

I also brought my mother Painah, age 51, lives at Sumber Lawang, a village between Yogya and Solo. She can see clearer after discharging a lot of eye dirt(mucus). Yesterday she went back to her village and she promised to spread this method to all neighbours especially her father who is 90 years old. 

My mother and I are very grateful to Mr. Xiao that has spread the Paida Lajin method and Mrs. Dian who has given me and my mother the opportunity to attend this workshop. 

Nama: Marsini, umur 34 tahun. 

Tinggal di Jakarta. 

24September 2016 

Tadinya saya tidak begitu percaya akan Paida Lajin.  Tetapi setelah mengikuti Lokakarya di Cisaruapertengahan September 2016, saya merasa badan saya lebih sehat, tidak mudahlelah dan tidur menjadi lebih nyenyak.  

Saya juga membawa ibu saya Painah, umur 51 tahun, tinggal didesaSumber Lawang antara Yogya dan Solo. Yang dirasakannya adalah matanya menjadijauh lebih terang setelah keluar kotoran mata yang cukup banyak. 

Saya dan ibu saya sangat berterima Kasih kepada Master Xiao yangtelah menyebarkan metode Paida Lajin dan kepada ibu Dian yang telah memberikesempatan kepada saya dan ibu saya untuk mengikuti Lokakarya ini. 

⇧ Paida Lajin workshop in Cisarua mid-September 2016.

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All of these properties come into play in balancing the roles of water in living tissues, but we also need to explore very recent studies to understand the relation between cell physiology and Dr. Pollack’s “fourth phase of water.”

Decades ago, Dr. Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington found pure water next to ionized plastic surfaces behaving in a previously “undocumented manner,” forming very thick organized layers. These layers exhibit properties of both liquids and solids, can grow to become millions of molecules thick, and develop a negative charge, excluding protons (hydrogen nuclei) into solution as hydronium (acid) ions, H3O+ (Figure 5). Using only energy from incident light or infrared, such sheets exclude most solutes and suspended particles, so Pollack has named these sheets Exclusion Zone (EZ) water, or the fourth phase of water—a liquid crystalline phase, added to gas, liquid and solid.

Figure 5: Diagram of EZ water, by Pollack, G. from

The molecular secret to the EZ water is that it forms hexagonal honeycomb sheets, sequentially staggered over one another (Figure 6). These liquid-crystals form coherent domains, acting in many respects as a single, superconducting quantum unit (Figure 7).

Figure 6. A hypothetical radial cation hexamer. Davidson, Lauritzen & Seneff. 2013. “Biological water dynamics and entropy: a biophysical origin of cancer and other diseases.” Entropy 15: 3822-3876.

Figure 7: Shifted hexagonal layers of EZ water. Redrawn after: Davidson, Lauritzen & Seneff. 2013. “Biological water dynamics and entropy: a biophysical origin of cancer and other diseases.” Entropy 15: 3822-3876; reproduced from Chaplin (2013).

All of these properties come into play in balancing the roles of water in living tissues, but we also need to explore very recent studies to understand the relation between cell physiology and Dr. Pollack’s “fourth phase of water.”
Decades ago, Dr. Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington found pure water next to ionized plastic surfaces behaving in a previously “undocumented manner,” forming very thick organized layers.2 These layers exhibit properties of both liquids and solids, can grow to become millions of molecules thick, and develop a negative charge, excluding protons (hydrogen nuclei) into solution as hydronium (acid) ions, H3O+ (Figure 5). Using only energy from incident light or infrared, such sheets exclude most solutes and suspended particles, so Pollack has named these sheets Exclusion Zone (EZ) water, or the fourth phase of water—a liquid crystalline phase, added to gas, liquid and solid.
Figure 5: Diagram of EZ water, by Pollack, G. from
The molecular secret to the EZ water is that it forms hexagonal honeycomb sheets, sequentially staggered over one another (Figure 6). These liquid-crystals form coherent domains, acting in many respects as a single, superconducting quantum unit (Figure 7).
Figure 6. A hypothetical radial cation hexamer. Davidson, Lauritzen & Seneff. 2013. “Biological water dynamics and entropy: a biophysical origin of cancer and other diseases.” Entropy 15: 3822-3876.
Figure 7: Shifted hexagonal layers of EZ water. Redrawn after: Davidson, Lauritzen & Seneff. 2013. “Biological water dynamics and entropy: a biophysical origin of cancer and other diseases.” Entropy 15: 3822-3876; reproduced from Chaplin (2013).