Master Chunyi Lin
Many Qigong masters have studied Qigong meditation, but few have lived it as has Chunyi Lin.
Master Lin studied with a Shao-Lin Temple Buddhist, Master Yao, Master Yian in China's Guangdong Province, the famed Master Zhang in Xichuan Province, and a few other respected masters who do not want their names revealed.
As part of his training, Master Lin meditated and practiced various austerities in caves on Mount Qing Cheng and Mount Dinghu. In Chinese culture, cave meditation is recognized as the most powerful way to develop intuition, perseverance, patience, and tranquility.
Master Lin has gone so deeply into the meditative, tranquil core of Qigong that he can present complex techniques in simple, easy-to-understand terms. It takes a high level of scientific understanding to make science sound easy. Master Lin has accomplished this with Qigong.
Master Lin has had access to a very rare diversity of Qigong Master instructors in China because of his high character and his constant search for ways to improve his own knowledge. Master Lin is also fluent in five Chinese languages, some as different from each other as French is from German. His linguistic expertise allowed him to learn from Qigong practitioners living in remote regions.
Master Lin established the fundamentals of Spring Forest Qigong in 1994 before arriving in the United States in 1995. He has since taught his form of Qigong practice to over 7,000 students. Master Lin also practices the healing power of Qigong with persons individually. (Since the release of the Spring Forest Qigong Personal Learning Course, however, an overwhelming number of people have wanted private sessions or to talk with Master Lin. It is simply not possible to comply with the requests. We hope you understand.)
Master Lin has been involved with multiple research programs with organizations such as the University of Minnesota. He is a frequent keynote speaker at health conferences.
Master Lin is co-author of the Euphoria! Personal Learning Course.
Chunyi Lin lives with his wife and son in the Twin Cities