Healing Chronic Stress thru Breathing Practice, Meditation & Qigong w/ Master Mingtong Gu

Learn simple, effective Qigong practices plus get free guided meditation for overcoming fear & anxiety.

Did you know that your mind and body hold the secrets to longevity, health, healing and happiness?

Millions of people around the world are lacking the energy and vitality they once had, and are feeling more lonely, desperate and spiritually disconnected than ever.

These feelings can increase levels of stress, tension, fear and anxiety — compromising immunity and increasing the risk of chronic health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and depression.

You can learn to shake off desperation, loneliness and anxiety, and AWAKEN to a life connected to deep meaning and improved health…

…when you join us at an incredible new event called The Healing Chronic Stress & Disease Summit!

Today, most of us are homebound, stressed and worried, but there is hope and action you can take from your own home!

According to a recent clinical review, gentle, low-intensity qigong practices may be useful for the prevention and treatment of respiratory infections, including COVID-19.(1)

Because qigong is easy to learn, can be practiced in the home and is accessible online(4), it’s possible to take up this healthy practice RIGHT NOW to boost your capacity to prevent (and recover from) severe respiratory illness and give yourself simple, effective tools to manage stress and anxiety.

Join The Healing Chronic Stress and Disease Summit from August 10-16, 2020—>> Join us to learn more about this ancient, simple and effective practice!

Citing past studies on the utilization of qigong in the rehabilitation of patients with respiratory infections, including COPD and bronchitis, the analysis indicates that qigong can improve lung function and shorten the duration of respiratory infections.(2)

And some studies suggest that Qigong can:

  • Help prevent respiratory disease
  • Enhance immune function
  • Strengthen respiratory muscles
  • Increase exercise capacity
  • Help with stress management
  • Improve quality of life(3)


We are collectively facing very challenging times: uncertainty, fear, anxiety and isolation are resulting in cumulative stress and overwhelm in our bodies and minds. Wisdom Healing Qigong is a process you can use to simply and directly release the stagnant energy patterns created by these physical and emotional challenges, and awaken to a new experience!

In this exclusive meditation, Master Mingtong Gu shares ancient wisdom for transforming fear and anxiety into clarity, compassion and confidence. This powerful teaching reveals where fear originates and how to move through it.

Unlock your ability to transform anxiety into love and inner peace!

Gain immediate access to the Ancient Wisdom and Guided Meditation for Overcoming Fear and Anxiety video now!

Your hosts for this event, Master Mingtong Gu and Nathan Crane, will be interweaving diverse perspectives on health, healing and conscious awakening.

PLUS, each day of the summit, Master Mingtong Gu will be leading a qigong teaching and healing meditation, including: Qigong Wisdom and Meditation for Reducing Stress and Qigong Wisdom and Meditation for Immune System Health.

Your co-host of The Healing Chronic Stress and Disease Summit, Nathan Crane, has been on the journey towards fulfillment and purpose for a long time…

After his parents divorced when he was around 12 years old, he became addicted to the high-salt, high-sugar standard American diet, drugs, alcohol and nicotine to mask his emotional pain.

Within a short amount of time, he learned that life can be incredibly painful; it even seemed pointless to him at times.

In 2005, Nathan started over and dove headfirst down a healing and spiritual path, and since has journeyed from a teenage lifestyle of poor diet and addiction to a healing path dedicated to sobriety, daily meditation, continuous research into health and nutrition, and learning from wisdom keepers and spiritual teachers.

In 2013, his grandfather passed away from cancer, which prompted his ever-deepening research into health and awakening, and led him to a life of increased vitality, fulfillment and purpose.

Since 2017, Nathan has been studying and experiencing Wisdom Healing Qigong as a whole-life healing and awakening system. He continues on this journey today, striving always to become a better human being, and plans to continue for the rest of his life!

Along the way his life has drastically improved, and he attributes summits like this to his growth as a human being.

They’re here to help you by sharing this ancient healing wisdom.

—>> Join us at the complimentary and online Healing Chronic Stress and Disease Summit now & unlock more great, welcome gifts inside!

You will also get free all of those summit gifts below:

  • Nathan Crane’s 196-page eBook, 27 Flavors of Fulfillment: How to Live Life to the Fullest, and learn how to resolve inner conflict, depression and health crises!
  • Interview transcripts from Master Mingtong Gu and Nathan Crane’s Healing Chronic Stress and Disease Summit, and gain insights from Grandmother Flordemayo, Dr. Rick Hanson, Dr. Peter Osborne and Dr. Joan Borysenko!
  • Some of most influential HealthMeans interviews about stress — gain insights from 3 well-known health experts in this full-length transcripts eBook!

The Healing Chronic Stress and Disease Summit will help you increase mental clarity, joy and energy, boost immunity, prevent and stop the progression of diabetes, address and prevent chronic health conditions, awaken to deeper levels of intuition and insight, find and cultivate spiritual guidance from within, access the latest research on nutritional excellence and more! All reasons not to miss The Healing Chronic Stress and Disease Summit, online and free from August 10-16, 2020!



  1. Fan Feng, M.D., Ph.D., Sylvie Tuchman, B.A., John W. Denninger, M.D., Ph.D., Gregory L. Fricchione, M.D., and Albert Yeung, M.D., Sc.D. Qigong for the Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation of COVID-19 Infection in Older Adults. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2020 May 15. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7227578/