Chi Energy Training

 

Chi Energy Training

The ancient Chinese described it as “life-force” and for good reason. They believed qi permeates everything and links the parts of our surroundings together. The tai chi practitioner and acupuncturist are said to understand qi energy. They likened it to the flow of energy around and through the body, linking each part forming a cohesive and functioning unit. By understanding its rhythm and flow they believe they can guide exercises and treatments to give us stability and longevity.

Theories of traditional Chinese medicine assert that the body has natural patterns of qi that circulate in channels called meridians in English. Symptoms of various illnesses are often believed to be the product of disrupted, blocked, or unbalanced qi movement (interrupted flow) through the body’s meridians, as well as deficiencies or imbalances of qi (homeostatic imbalance) in the various Zang Fu organs. Traditional Chinese medicine often seeks to relieve these imbalances by adjusting the circulation of qi (metabolic energy flow) in the body using a variety of therapeutic techniques. Some of these techniques include herbal medicines, special diets, physical training regimens (qigong, tai chi chuan, and other martial arts training), moxibustion, massage to clear blockages, and acupuncture, which uses small diameter metal needles inserted into the skin and underlying tissues to reroute or balance qi. 

Demonstrations of qi or ki power are popular in some martial arts and may include the immovable body, the unraisable body, the unbendable arm and other feats of power. There are a number of excellent martial arts training videos HERE

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Qigong or Chi kung ( get our free qigong video by clicking HERE)
The central idea in qigong practice is the control and manipulation of qi, a form of energy. Similar representations of this qi concept can be found in other cultures for example, Prana in Vedantic philosophy, mana in Hawaiian culture, Lüng in Tibetan Buddhism and Vital energy in Western thoughts. Some elements of this idea can be understood in the term energy when used by writers and practitioners of various esoteric forms of spirituality and alternative medicine. You can learn Shaolin Qigong with this 22 week home study course. More from HERE

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Chi Power
The concept of qi as a form of pervasive energy is a fundamental pillar of Chinese Philosophy. This energy is considered to exist in all things including the air, water, food, and sunlight. In the body, qi represents the unseen vital force that sustains life. Qigong practice involves the manipulation and balance of the qi within the practitioner’s body and its interaction with the practitioner’s surroundings. The method and ultimate objective for the practice is dependent on the practitioner.
In the early 1980s, the Chinese scientific community attempted to verify the principals of qi through external measurements. Initially, they reported great success suggesting that qi can be measured as a form of electrical magnetic radiation. Other reports indicates that qi can induce external effects such as changing the properties of a liquid, clairvoyance, and telekinesis. Those reports created great excitement within the paranormal  and para psychological research communities.

Here are some of the abilities claimed when chi is developed and controlled correctly:

  • Chi Breathing : Learn the 3 very most powerful ways to breath in order to create maximum power and energy.
  • Organ Balancing : The Organ Balancing as taught in this book is designed for you to physically feel it. More powerful than any other method available.
  • Lying Down Meditation : Get your body and mind to relax. Find out how much more productivity you’ll have when you can relax down anytime or anywhere.
  • Seeing through the 3rd eye: Find out how the profits of old and psychics of today harness the power of “stilling the mind” to see visions and outer body experiences.
  • How to control animals with chi : Control animals by using your chi energy to calm them down or bring them over to you. Fishermen love this technique to bring in boat loads of fish!
  • How to move objects with chi : Utilize your breath and chi energy to move objects without touching them. Easier than you might think, using the right technology will amaze your family and friends.
  • Gain speed faster than a cat : Increase your overall natural and create a new velocity for sports, martial arts or general use.
  • Controlling Time : Learn how to manipulate your chi energy to control time for your benefit and others.
  • Select Breaking: Focus your energy to pick a board or brick to break and break that one only. When you truly learn the art of focus you will be able to do many wondrous thing including this most sought after technique.
  • Put out a candle with your eyes only: Take your focus to a new level and learn this ancient technique taught by masters of Wudang mountain. Extinguish the candle with your chi energy from as far away as 25 feet!

Watch the chi development video HERE

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Chi in the Body

The human body as a miniature universe houses 12 energetic channels or pathways wherein Chi flows. These channels are known as “meridians” and control both our gross and subtle anatomy. Our gross anatomy is the form that we can see whereas our subtle anatomy can not be seen by most individuals. This subtle energetic body represents the whole of who we are — our body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Unlike the veins that our blood flows through meridian pathways also travel throughout  the entire body but rather than fluid they deal more with energy and states of consciousness. Each meridian is associated with one of the Five Elements and connects to a Yin or Yang organ of the body linking our states of consciousness.

Chi applies to the human body in 2 ways; inherited Chi and acquired Chi. Inherited Chi is the energy we receive from our parents at the time of conception. Acquired Chi is the energy accumulated by the quality of life we choose to lead, the food and the air ingested. Individuals become ill when either they can not absorb enough Chi or the circulation in their body has become blocked. The major cause of disease is the blockage of Chi circulation. The effects of this energy have been well demonstrated through studies of Reichian Orgonomy and Radionics. 

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You can now easily generate this energy yourself without the use of expensive machines. Find out more from HERE

 

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