Frequently Asked Questions
Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
Do I need previous knowledge to be able to practice Mingjue?
You don’t need any knowlegdes to practice Mingjue. You only need to open yourself and experience Mingjue practice.
What is the difference between mindfulness and mingjue?
Mindfulness is a state of being conscious or aware in the present moment without interpretation or judgment. Mindfulness is a prerequisite towards Mingjue. Mingjue – pure consciousness – is a state in which the consciousness itself becomes self-aware.
What does "awakening" mean?
In short, awakening means that the consciousness knows the state of itself in the present moment.
How often should I practice Mingjue?
The more often, the better. 🙂 Mingjue practice should be integrated into daily life to get the best effects. Mingjue practice includes the practice of meditation and qigong methods, but to maintain a stable and centered consciousness state in daily life is the key.
Do I need to know Qigong to practice Mingjue?
Knowledge of Qigong is not a prerequisite for Mingjue practice. Mingjue practice includes qigong methods, but these are very easy to learn. Actually you can either practice Mingjue meditation or combine it with qigong movements which is more effective for your whole body and health.
Is it difficult to learn and practice Mingjue?
It is not difficult to learn Mingjue. We recommend a course in which you learn systematically Mingjue step by step.
Where can I learn Mingjue?
Currently teacher Wei offers Mingjue courses only online. If you want to get an impression of Mingjue practice, please watch our videos in our YouTube channel.
Is mingjue a religious practice?
Mingjue practice is not a religious practice. Although Mingjue has its origin from Buddhism, Mingjue practice is based mainly on the Hunyuan Entirety Theory from Dr. Pang, the founder of Zhineng Qigong and Qigong Science.