By Mantak Chia
• Works with the navel middle, the place damaging feelings, tension, and disease collect
• offers complicated recommendations to liberate destructive power from the physique and reestablish a fit movement of important power to inner tissues and organs
From the Taoist viewpoint, solid well-being relies on the unfastened move of chi--healthy life-force energy--throughout the physique. Taoists consult with fit chi pretty much as good wind. while strength is trapped within the physique it stagnates and turns into unfavorable, manifesting within the signs of actual or emotional disease. Taoists name this adverse strength in poor health or evil wind. The complex Chi Nei Tsang practices specialize in gaining knowledge of those winds. They comprise concepts for constructing sensitivity to unwell winds, liberating inner power blockages, and chasing ill winds from the physique to reestablish a fit stream of strength.
Negative energies brought on by pressure, stress, and the consequences of earlier health problems are inclined to gather within the naval heart, so the complicated Chi Nei Tsang strategies use elbow strain on particular reflex issues round the navel to liberate power blockages linked to each one inner organ. in addition they paintings with wind entry issues discovered close to the traditional acupuncture issues. those complex practices construct upon the organ cleansing and rejuvenation practices brought in Chi Nei Tsang, permitting the practitioner to paintings intensively at an brisk point towards the recovery of optimal well-being and well-being.
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