Online cultivation seminar Cai Lian Qi - The Power of the Seven Stars

28Jun(Jun 28)16:0030(Jun 30)22:30Online cultivation seminar Cai Lian Qi - The Power of the Seven StarsOnline Cultivation Seminar Level II with Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi - Seminar with participation requirements - Registration is open!


YiXue Online Cultivation Seminar Level II | 28 – 30 June 2023 with Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi

Cai Lian Qi – The Power of the Seven Stars

The seven-coloured rainbow lotus and the power of the seven stars in the Big Dipper constellation


Prerequisite for participation: In order to participate in the level II cultivation seminars, it is important to have stabilised one’s own energy level and to have gained experience with intensive energy fields. To participate in the Cai Lian Qi seminar, participation in previous Cai Lian Qi seminars or at least two seminars “Sitting on the Lotus” (online or presence in the YiXue Education Centre in Nossen) are required.

Course fee: 360 € per participant; you will receive an invoice after the seminar.

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The influence of the cosmos and the celestial bodies – the planets and stars, the sun and moon – have a powerful effect on life and nature, on us humans, animals and plants. In order to approach this still hidden, secret knowledge, Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi teaches us and deepens our understanding of the effective power of the seven stars of the Big Dipper in this cultivation seminar “The Seven-coloured Rainbow Lotus” Cai Lian Qi. “The seven stars carry regulating and harmonising powers. They can call wind and rain. They regulate growth and the natural cycle of the seasons so that nature and the earth can maintain their natural beauty and harmony,” Wei Ling Yi explains. “If we connect with the Big Dipper and symbolically walk on the lotus of the seven stars, we can open up their energetic potential and power.”

If we meditatively connect with our seven emotions (anger, excessive joy, brooding, sadness, fear, worry, shock) through the seven stars, we will be regulated and our emotional heart balanced. The great goal of life cultivation is to realise the harmonious YIN-YANG balance within us and thus contribute to our own well-being and the well-being of all.


The Big Dipper is directly connected to the original force Yi Qi and forms the transformative centre of all matter and beings in the infinite universe. In Chinese, the Big Dipper is called “Bei Dou” and is probably the best known constellation in the northern sky and part of the vast constellation of the Big Dipper. The seven brightest interconnected stars form the distinctive trapezoidal chariot with its distinctive drawbar, also resembling a plough or pan. If the night sky is clear, we can easily find the seven stars, for they shine close, magnificently brilliant and beautiful. To the north of the Big Dipper – directly opposite it – lies the bright North Star, moving from north to west.

Content: Spiritual talks, meditation and energy transmission by Wei Ling Yi, intensive practice and online exchange in the group. Wei Ling Yi will build up a perfect, powerful energy field, which is filled with high cosmic energies and information and enables healing effects on the body, heart and soul.

“May the seven stars of the Big Dipper open peace and happiness to us. May the seven stars show us the path to virtuous beings and great luminous radiance.” Grandmaster Wei Ling Yi


  • Out of respect for heaven, earth and all living beings, we can decorate our altar/table with fruit, flowers and a purple candle.
  • All DiZi (initiated students) are asked to wear their DiZi scarf and white/light coloured clothes during Wei Ling Yi’s talks.
  • For protection during meditation, wearing a cloak (in a colour from the rainbow palette) is recommended. The cloak should cover the shoulders, kidney area and knees to protect us against wind or cold. A length of around 3 metres has proven to be useful.


Friday, 28 June

16:00 – 17:00: Organisational meeting with all participants

20:00 – 22:00: Lecture with energy transmission by Wei Ling Yi

Saturday, 29 June

10:00 – 11:00: Joint exercise practice

16:00 – 17:00: Joint exercise practice

17:00 – 17:30: Exchange of experiences

20:00 – 22:00: Lecture with energy transmission by Wei Ling Yi

Sunday, 30 June

10:00 – 11:00: Shared practice

16:00 – 17:00: Joint exercise practice

17:00 – 17:30: Exchange of experiences

20:00 – 22:00: Lecture with energy transmission by Wei Ling Yi


28. Juni 2024 16:00 - 30. Juni 2024 22:30(GMT+02:00)

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