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Fenggang Yang and J. E. E. Pettit

, Buddhism in Jiangxi has been actively engaging with the rapidly changing society. In 2013, the Jiangxi Buddhist Academy ( Jiangxi Foxueyuan 江西佛学院) launched a hotline for psychological mindfulness ( zhengnian xinli rexian 正念心理热线). The academy did so out of concern for the overflow of “negative energies

Fenggang Yang and J. E. E. Pettit

immortal being. The practices of developing the inner alchemy are very abstract and metaphysical. They consist of building a foundation within the body, combining yin-yang visualization, ingesting medicines, and circulating fire energy throughout the body. Daoist rituals are also performed in the local

Fenggang Yang and J. E. E. Pettit

’s Qigong movement, which emerged in the late 1980s and the 1990s along with numerous meditative practices based on the discovery and manipulation of qi 气 energy. In May 1992, Li Hongzhi declared himself to be a Qigong master and delivered a series of public lectures at a middle school in Changchun. 39