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Soul Masters: Dr. Guo and Dr. Sha (2008)

An American filmmaker follows two Chinese spiritual healers.

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In China, it is said that Dr. Guo can cure the incurable. When his representative in the West, Dr. Sha, heals her ailing father, an American filmmaker follows his return to China to visit his mentor. At Dr. Guo's clinic, she captures first-ever footage of breakthrough medical practices involving herbal medicine, fire massage and self-healing techniques. Dr. Sha returns to the States and his teachings spread across North America and Europe. Expanding on Dr. Guo's work, he teaches people the revolutionary discovery that binds these two Soul Masters: everything has a soul, and the soul can heal. Written by Sande Zeig

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The heart and soul relationship of two Master Healers
2 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Soul Masters is an incredibly beautiful and inspiring movie. This true story brings to light the kinds of miracles that these two Soul Masters perform in the service of humanity. The filmmaker, Sandy Zeig, begins by telling the story of her father's healing. Then she tells of her trip to China with Zhi Gang Sha and other students, to visit his teacher Master Chi Chen Guo.

Much of the film takes place in China, in a small city, a few hours by car south of Beijing. The viewer is treated to scenes of Master Guo healing clinic. The light, energy, and love of his healers and students revealed in each frame of the movie captivate the audience.

When Master Sha introduces and speaks to his teacher, his love, devotion and gratitude are apparent in his eyes and very gestures. This love of disciple and teacher is so very touching. It is an example we in the West need, for so often, we do not appreciate our teachers and mentors enough.

As a woman, I particularly loved the role Mrs. Guo plays in the film. Master Guo has five daughters. In traditional China, and still today, male children are preferred. Mrs. Guo tells of the birth of the daughters, and how she and Master Guo loved each successive daughter even more. Today, the whole family works together, serving patients at the clinic. It is a wonderful family story.

Master Sha and Master Guo come from a lineage of Taoist Masters, who hold metaphysical secrets of health and longevity. These two soul masters represent the spiritual essence and the finest aspects of Chinese culture and civilization. This spiritual essence has a long history and tradition, extending back to the ancient ancestors who knew and lived the Tao.

The movie shows scenes of Master Guo instructing Master Sha. These scenes give us a glimpse of the closeness of master and disciple. They are filled with love, gratitude and affection. We also sense the many years of dedication to practice in order to accomplish a divine task.

The later part of the movies shows Master Sha in the West as he performs many healing sessions. There are several miracles which are amazing and uplifting to witness. We walk away from the movie, healed, amazed, and uplifted. Our hearts and minds are open and we feel the love of the Divine.


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