Online half-fasting basic seminar Yi Qi Bi Gu

22März(März 22)16:0024(März 24)22:30Online half-fasting basic seminar Yi Qi Bi GuOnline basic seminar with Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi for all interested – Registration is open!ONLINE


YiXue online seminar from 22 – 24 March 2024

Yi Qi Bi Gu Half-Fasting

YiXue basic seminar for beginner and advanced practitioners

Yi Qi Bi Gu is an effective fasting method from the YiXue culture that is several thousand years old. It makes it possible to cleanse the body and mind. We abstain from cereals, animal products and luxury foods and only eat vegetables, fruit and water. The fasting process is supported by the energy transmissions of Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi.

Effect: Expulsion of old energies and information, holistic energy build-up for body, heart and soul, development of consciousness for a healthy diet.

Please note: Participation in at least two Bi Gu half-fasting basic seminars is a prerequisite for participation in the Bi Gu full-fasting seminar.

Course fee: 249 Euro per participant.

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Note for new participants:
We ask new participants who have never attended a YiXue seminar with Wei Ling Yi to first contact the organisers for information before registering. Thank you very much.

Organisation & Contact

Regina Stolle FON: +49 (0)6578. 7319; Email:
Petra Köbinger FON: +49 (0)08062.9223; Email:

Seminar content:

The BiGU semi-fasting method involves avoiding grains in our diet. To relieve and regenerate the spleen and stomach, we avoid YIN foods and eat YANG foods.

During the fasting period, it is important that we get enough sleep to put our cells into a resting state. We should fast in a quiet and peaceful place that promotes stillness and cultivation. The joint exercise practice, which connects the meridians, facilitates the continuous flow of energy in the body.

In the process of fasting, the cells experience a “lack of nourishment and at the same time an increase in life force Qi”. This connection between internal and external energy in the cellular structures serves as a source of energy for the body. In this way, it enables the effortless transformation of universal energy into the energetic body system. It is optimal if we are relaxed during the fasting period and eliminate negative, used energy, metabolic products and toxins.

Physical health is closely linked to our emotional balance. When we are in flow, following the energy and guidance of our SELF, it is easy to immerse ourselves in the energy of the Bagua Lotus energy field and develop our holistic wellbeing.

What does BI GU mean?

YI QI BI GU is a holistic dietary form and cultivation method that trains and raises the awareness for a healthy lifestyle within us. Eating less, eating consciously and naturally – for example vegetarian or vegan – would directly solve many of the world’s problems associated with a gigantic global machinery of food production.

Literally translated, the Chinese word Bi Gu means “abstaining from grain”. This includes abstaining from animal products, bread, sugar and stimulants during the half-fast. We eat only vegetables, fruit and water. In this seminar we will start with the YI QI BI GU half-fasting methods, which the organising team will give a basic introduction to. All more advanced methods such as water fasting, full fasting and light fasting require many years of experience and advanced holistic development.

During the seminar, the participants are supported by the daily energy transmission of Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi through drinking energised water. This intensively activates the defence and self-healing powers and strengthens the immune system. The fasting process is also supported by one’s own practice of absorbing energy from nature and the cosmos, as well as by exercises for the expulsion of toxins, diseased Qi and negative information.

Strong feelings of hunger usually do not occur. Possible tiredness and malaise give way after a few days, so that seminar participants usually feel light, carefree and powerful. Many complaints, aches and pains and inflammatory foci diminish or dissolve completely during the fasting period. The seminar serves as an initial point for a fasting period that everyone can extend beyond the course as they wish.


How do I prepare for the seminar?

In preparation for the semi-fasting seminar, it is advisable to abstain from meat, alcohol and stimulants such as sweets a few days beforehand. Coffee and black tea consumption should be reduced bit by bit, as well as bread and pasta. It is advisable to switch to vegetables and fruit a few days beforehand. It also makes sense to drink plenty of water (hot/warm). You can find more information in the following list. The vegetable and fruit list is only a suggestion on our part, if you feel that you absolutely have to eat a certain fruit/vegetable, that is perfectly ok. The nuts are a kind of first aid, if hunger overcomes you, then we can eat some (unseasoned, unsalted).

In our opinion, a prior intestinal cleansing is not necessary at the half-fasting seminar. We practise exercises together that stimulate digestion. We can answer further questions in the seminar.

The following is needed for the seminar

  • Thermos flask or thermos to be able to drink hot water at any time.
  • YiXue rice bag (method tapping technique discharge and energy build-up) for joint practice. New participants can tap with their fists or order a rice bag (36 Euro) at the YiXue Education Centre: Mail address
  • 2 bottles of still mineral water
  • 3 red dates (available in Chinese shops or pharmacies selling Chinese teas). Alternatively, normal dates without pits will also work. During meditation, the dates are placed under the tongue for excretion processes.
  • For the half-fast period, various vegetables and fruits to taste, preferably seasonal such as pumpkin, beetroot, cabbage of all kinds, carrots, courgettes, aubergines, peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, cucumber; dried fruits and/or unsalted/unspiced nuts: Hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds; possibly dried fruit to stimulate digestion, fruit in moderation such as apples, oranges, pears, plums, grapes.

PROGRAMME ONLINE (all times are in Central European time – CET)

Friday, 22 March

4:00 – 5:00 p.m.: Organisational meeting with all participants

8:00 p.m.: Lecture by Wei Ling Yi with transmission of the fasting information, drinking an energised cup of hot water together

Saturday, 23 March

10:00 a.m. – approx. 11:15 a.m.: joint exercises followed by meditation

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.: joint breathing exercises, followed by rice bag practice

8:00 p.m.: Lecture Wei Ling Yi with energy transmission, common drinking of the cup of hot water

Sunday, 24 March

Morning and afternoon as on Saturday

8:00 p.m.: Final lecture by Wei Ling Yi, possible exchange of experiences



22. März 2024 16:00 - 24. März 2024 22:30(GMT+02:00)

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