Biography

Datong ShiZun
Datong Shi Zun was born in a small vil­la­ge cal­led Zhu-An, at the foot of the Nan Qi River in Zhe­jiang Pro­vin­ce, Chi­na. From his child­hood he was plagued by ill­ness. He star­ted learning Qi Gong at an ear­ly age. Later, he tra­v­eled to sac­red places on earth sear­ching for masters and spi­ri­tu­al paths to stu­dy the sac­red prac­tices and myste­ries of the uni­ver­se.
After many years of cul­ti­va­ti­on through tri­als, set­backs and once near the loss of life, Datong sud­den­ly attai­ned enligh­ten­ment. Gui­ded by beings of hig­her dimen­si­ons, he rai­sed the bron­ze bell qigong to an increa­sed ener­ge­tic level and foun­ded the Tian Gong School. Due to the ama­zing effects of the tea­chings, Chi­ne­se peop­le have recom­men­ded Tian Gong as an out­stan­ding method of health care.

Thousands of peop­le with various dis­com­forts brought health bene­fits to the cosmic ener­gy that Master trans­mit­ted to tho­se pre­sent. For many, the self-healing powers of FHY Bron­ze Bell were healing.

Datong Shi Zun has been living in San Fran­cis­co sin­ce 1995. Be that he led many semi­nars in Euro­pe, Asia, North and South Ame­ri­ca. Sin­ce 2011, the tea­chings have been rai­sed again ener­ge­ti­cal­ly. Form­er­ly cal­led Leti­an Grand­ma­ster, Datong beca­me Shi Zun. The inter­na­tio­nal Tian Gong School beca­me Feng Huang Yuan.

With Feng Huang Yuan Inter­na­tio­nal Asso­cia­ti­on, Datong Shi Zun wis­hes to lay the foun­da­ti­on stone for a new “life school” in Austra­lia, which should enable many peop­le to find their ori­gi­nal con­nec­tion to the uni­ver­se again.

You are one with the uni­ver­se, and the uni­ver­se is one with you

Wisdoms

Wisdoms

Lack of desi­re leads to inner peace.

Lao Tzu
Wisdoms

If you agree with the way, his power flows through you. Your doing will be natu­ral, your way of hea­ven.

Lao Tzu
Wisdoms

When stri­ving for know­ledge,
Som­e­thing added every day.
In the exer­cise of the Tao, the
Som­e­thing drop­ped every day.

Lao Tzu
Wisdoms

Prac­tice the lack of emo­ti­on,
Occu­py yours­elf with inac­tion,
Find plea­su­re in Ren­un­cia­ti­on,
And you see the gre­at in the small,
Many in the few.

Lao Tzu
Wisdoms

I have three trea­su­res,
Which I keep and che­rish.
One is Love,
The second is the fru­ga­li­ty,
The third is humi­li­ty.
Only the lover is cou­ra­ge­ous,
Only the fru­gal is generous,
Only the hum­ble is able to reign.

Lao Tzu
Wisdoms

Anyo­ne who reco­gni­zes others is taught.
Tho­se who reco­gni­ze them­sel­ves are wise.
Whoever defeats others has mus­cu­lar power.
Tho­se who defeat them­sel­ves are strong.
Tho­se who are satis­fied are rich.
Tho­se who do not lose their cen­ter are insur­moun­ta­ble.

Lao Tzu