作者： HongChi Xiao
Paida and Lajin Self-Healing introduces readers to two "green" techniques that can relieve the agony of diseases and pains, and are great for daily health preservation, without the worry of poisonous side effects. It also reveals some of the simplest truths about the human body and how diseases originate.
According to Chinese medicine, all diseases are caused by clogs in the meridians. 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 regards, which explains their miraculous effects in dispelling various diseases and pains, as has been repeatedly proven by self-healers around the world.
By activiting the body's innate self-healing power, Paida and Lajin help improve health naturally and holistically. These seemingly most simple techniques, when genuinely practiced, promise to reward you with much more than better physical health.
About E-Dao Team
Origin of E-Dao
E-Dao (simplified Chinese: 医行天下; traditional Chinese: 醫行天下; pinyin: yīxíngtiānxià) originates from a book of the same name (《医行天下》, English title: Journey to Cure) authored by Mr. Hongchi Xiao.
What is E-Dao?
A cultural concept, i.e. everyone can selfheal, and proactively manage his/her own health, as advocated in《黄帝内经》Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine);
An educational institution aimed at imparting “green” self-healing techniques, to enable people to preserve health and to selfheal physical and mental disorders. We act in response to worldwide campaign to clear risks of latent diseases.
An epoch-making “green” institution aimed at helping people to cleanse physical and/or spiritual toxins.
What is NOT the nature of E-Dao?
E-Dao is NOT a medical institution, nor is it a Qi Gong practitioners’ group. And it is certainly NOT a religious organization.
The philosophy of E-Dao self-healing techniques is derived from《黄帝内经》Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine).
E-Dao Self-Healing Techniques
E-Dao self-healing techniques are accessible to people of all age groups, and of both genders. Just like broadcast gymnastics, Tai Chi and yoga, these techniques are NOT medical practices as defined by modern medicine.
The five criteria of E-Dao self-healing techniques are as follows:
1. Effective: The self-healing techniques work to dredge the meridians of the body. People can apply them to selfheal and to regain health;
2. Simple: An average person can learn Paida or Lajin in just ONE minute;
3. Safe: No side-effects, apart from weight loss and beauty enhancement;
4. Universally applicable: Paida and Lajin self-healing techniques work for the majority of disorders and agonies that haunt humans;
5. DIY: Paida and Lajin self-healing techniques are self-help health management options like broadcast gymnastics, Tai Chi and yoga.
E-DaoPaida and Lajin self-healing techniques are NOT medical practices, they are nonetheless the simplest to put to practice, and produce genuine self-healing efficacy.
Before arriving at any conclusion or judgment, you are most welcome to conscientiously practice the self-healing techniques for no less than ONE month.
Deficiency of E-Dao Self-Healing Techniques
They are too effective, and cost too little, so much so that the average person may find it hard to believe.
Born in Songzi, Hubei province, P.R.C.
Formerly a successful financier in Wall Street and Hong Kong
E-Dao founder devoted to promoting Paida and Lajinself-healing techniques worldwide
FOLLOWING his graduation in 1985 from University of International Business and Economics, Xiao successively worked in Beijing, Jiangxi and Tibet as a university lecturer, village school teacher and government official. Later, Xiao went to the U.S., and in 1990 got his MBA from Thunderbird, American Graduate School of International Management. Xiao subsequently worked as an investment banker in the U.S. and in Hong Kong for over a decade.
At forty, Xiao withdrew from the world of finance to concentrate on his novel titled Sex and Stocks, which is the first book in China that describes Chinese investment bankers. It soon became a bestseller in the Chinese mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
In 2006, he teamed up with world renowned Director Ang Lee to bid for concept proposal of the grand opening ceremony of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, and became one of the two scriptwriters. After rounds of bidding, his team’s creative presentation was chosen, and the entire world watched their unique and dazzling work of art, which was all about showcasing Chinese culture.
Xiao became increasingly charmed by traditional Chinese culture, particularly Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM). Reflecting upon his upbringing, he finds that he has been attracted to Chinese medicine all along — He was exposed to medical classics in his childhood, as his uncle was a TCM doctor, and his mother was a doctor of Western medicine. And from early on, he has developed a liking forCCM.
Then, a series of events led him to embark on an unprecedented quest to rediscover Chinese culture and to learn CCM. His is an almost forgotten way of travelling: Yun-You, i.e. to wander like a vagabond. With the wisdom of a scientist and the spirit of an explorer, Xiao has travelled to all possible corners of the world: to monasteries, temples, and even deep forests in China and overseas, and to places ranging from Mt. Wudang to Mt. Qingcheng, from Luguhu to western Hunan, from Mt. Emei to Tibet, from Hong Kong to Australia, and from Los Angeles to New York, etc.
Over the ensuing years, Xiao has found and learned from scores of them. He has mastered many techniques previously thought lost, including rare acupuncture and acupressure theories and techniques, bone-setting technique, needle-knife technique, and Paida and Lajin self-healing techniques. Since then, Xiao has devoted to his mission of restoring people’s health and promoting many of these almost-lost CCM treasures, particularly the simplest ones — Paida and Lajin. The other techniques do work wonders, they are nonetheless quite complex and thus restricted in accessibility and application scope, and are still passive means of “healing by others”, not safe, simple and effective methods of “healing by oneself” freely accessible to all.
Xiao believes that “we are masters of our own health” and that “everyone can become his or her own healer”. To promote these simple techniques and to enable people to selfheal, Xiao has authored such best-sellers as Journey to Cure, and E-Dao Lajin and Paida Self-Healing Techniques. Now he is travelling the world giving lectures and speeches, organizing workshops, and demonstrating on various shows and other occasions to promotePaida andLajin. The places he has been include dozens of cities in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Germany, France, the U.S., etc. New calls will take him to places, big or small, when conditions are “ripe”.
“Have you actually tried PaidaandLajin?” Xiao would demand doubters and theorists.
For Xiao, E-Dao Team and millions who have benefited, the sole test of the efficacy of Paida and Lajin is through Action, Action and ACTION!
|Zone||Weight||Delivery Fee (RM)|
|West Malaysia||First 2.00 kg||5.30|
|West Malaysia||Additional 1.00 kg||2.12|
|East Malaysia||First 1.00 kg||12.72|
|East Malaysia||Additional 1.00 kg||12.72|
|Singapore||First 1.00 kg||20.00|
|Singapore||Additional 1.00 kg||5.00|
|Zone||Order Price Range (RM)||Delivery Fee (RM)|
|West Malaysia||Above 39.00||FREE|
|East Malaysia||Above 79.00||FREE|