The Inner Smile Qigongs Most Obvious Secret

The inner smile is a technique that is taught by Mantak Chia, a Qigong master and author as well as Ken Cohen, another Qigong master and author, and by Thich Nhat Hanh, a Mahayana Buddhist author. When you smile at another person, you are filling them with chi and allowing them to relax. Defenses drop. Their day becomes brighter. We can do the same thing to ourselves. Our minds and internal organs will thank us for it by functioning more efficiently with greater health. If you just wish to...

Gather Chi into your Navel Tan Tien

This exercise re-centers your energy to where it is safely stored. Some meditations involving the upper chakras can overheat the brain. This gift from Taoism is great after any meditation practice session and or as a grounding warm up. Try it especially after working with meditations involving your upper chakras or when you feel spacey (if you feel spacey, try performing this exercise after massaging your head and neck and scratching your scalp). As long as the pressure is light, there are no...

LSD Love Surrender Devotion

What is love That's a hard one to answer. Love can be an emotion. However, the truest form of Love is so expansive that it contains all the other emotions. It is the pure spaciousness, stillness and bliss that unites all things. Consciousness in its purest form is Love and vice versa. When you love something or someone, you get to know it them much more intimately, right When you fall in love, you are totally absorbed. You're certainly concentrating. You can develop this type of absorption in...

Gathering

This chi gathering technique is very similar to some Qigong practices for gathering chi from heaven and Earth. Most Qigong versions of this use more continuous movements. This one uses massage for grounding the gathered energy. 1. Begin in standing posture. Retain the inward awareness from the standing posture in this exercise. Be mindful of the Earth below you and the sky above you. 2. Place hands in prayer position. Take three breaths while relaxing and centering into each breath. 3. Point...

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The four learning styles are

Visual processers tend to think and receive information in pictures. They are likely to acknowledge a point by saying I see what you're saying and may find it helpful to learn something by watching or through an instruction manual. Audio people think and receive in sounds and verbal information. They are likely to learn by listening. Kinesthetic people tend to get the feel for things. They are likely to learn by doing. Auditory Digital people tend to try to make sense of the information...

Projection of Energy Prayer Healing Manifesting Action

Gary Clyman, Chi Kung master and developer of the Personal Power Training program, insists that real Chi Kung consists of the following process 3. Circulating chi in the body through the Microcosmic Orbit There are many schools of Chi Kung, and many will disagree with Gary. However, a lot of Chi Kung programs do have a method of projecting energy. Projection usually takes on the form of hands on healing or manifesting your desired life in the form of will development, visualization and...

Self Massage

The massage exercise is a long version. You can shorten it as much as you wish. Massage is a wonderful and loving part of every warm up. It is an excellent grounding exercise. Qigong practitioners often massage after meditating to disperse stagnant energy in the body and to get it flowing properly. 1. Begin with the Heat Massage exercise above. 2. Vigorously scratch your whole scalp. 3. Point your index fingers or thumbs, near the corners of your eyes by the nose. Make circles around the eyes...