00:00 Introductions and orientation
01:48 Dr. Roger Jahnke and his introduction
03:10 His background, getting into Chi Gong
05:10 Now he trains others to Chi Gong and Tai Chi teachers who teach people to teach themselves, “an enthusiastic citizen with a strong intention for the potential of the human race…”
06:15 The false promise of normal medicine. Without vitality, even when he works with hospitals, because of the system
9:00 He sees humans a self-regenerating biological system which is infused with a mental-emotional capacity and a spiritual “feature”, a body-mind-spirit (the three treasures)
10:25 Yes, your health problem was caused by you…but… it’s free!
12:38 Heidi quotes an Indian guest’s critique of the pharmacological industry. So she asks how do we know what’s really good for us?
14:02 Roger’s comeback: stop being hypnotized by “everybody’s doing it” Some examples!
16:00 A few slides, a definition of immortality that includes a concept of ourselves that is eternally well, cannot get sick, and does not die. He expands.
21:30 He asks why not at some point have a panel of like minded people from among our guests and audience. Details…
25:00 We feel confused so we follow the trend of being confused.
27:18 Heidi asks how do you get people with clearly unhealthy habits, for example, smoking, to stop? Don’t we need a consciousness shift first? “Teach what you aspire to know.”
30:25 His website, contact info, etc. shown on a slide
33:30 He responds to motivation to change with “spiritual alchemy.” Then he describes his spirituality: the Transphysical Paradigm
36:10 How to find a way into a mind-set change to a kind of egalitarian governance, etc
38:10 “How can I reveal the wellness that is present?” Heidi and Mark both add remarks. How do get get the courage to just “jump over” the edges of the current paradigm?
41:37 Roger replies: Destiny! Some do it and others cannot. Anomalies! Examples from quantum physics. Paradoxes.
46:00 But everyone deserves a chance to try. Comments by a viewer
48:00 Growing number of studies re: Tai Chi, Yoga and Chi Gong!
50:40 A breath practice: filling belly and then the chest with air, holding for a count or 3 to 7 (or so) and very slowly exhaling, then one or two normal breaths and then repeat, for as many cycles as you wish. This nengages receptors in the chest that produce neurotransmitters that produce a feeling in well-being as you exhale. Write down what you feel in various parts of your body.
Mark reports a feeling of expansion, Heidi reports an altered state of consciousness.
1:00:00 This is the free “medication” that the body produces itself! Roger proposes a second session, possible group activities. Goodbye’s