Health ~ Homeopathy and the Future of Medicine: A Report from the Future ~ by Dana Ullman
An Ancient Technique That Helps Your Body Heal Faster,
Eliminates Fatigue And Feeds Your Energy
For An Entire Lifetime In Only Minutes A Day
For over 40 centuries, men and woman from the Far East practiced a self-healing method that was effortless, practical, and required very little time.
In fact, try this basic exercise below to see how incredibly easy it is. It takes less than five minutes to do.
1. Rub your palms vigorously until your hands feel warm (like you are creating a fire)
2. Bring your hands down to your side and shake your lowers arms and wrists like an athlete would before an event. Shake for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
3. Completely relax with your hands by your side and feel the energy circulating down your arms and into your fingertips.
Simple, easy, and effective. Could you feel your Qi?
Without even breaking a sweat or changing into your workout clothes, you’ve already started to heal your body. When you do this exercise and others like it, this is what happens deep inside you:
Your life force energy circulates through your body, activating each cell. As you feel your life force energy, your mind connects to the present moment and you slip into total relaxation and calmness.
While all this happens you are actually meditating – it’s called Moving Meditation – with your mind and body.
As you become aware of your life force energy, it moves through your cells, travels through your nervous system and nourishes everything inside you. You will even feel the tingling and radiant sensations in your fingertips.
The Chinese Ancestors Called This Mysterious Life Force Energy… “Qi”
Qi is invisible. You cannot see it, but you feel its existence.
As It travels through your meridians—energy highways within your body. It beats with your heart, nourishes your muscles, and even gives rise to your consciousness.
The rest of the exercises are just as easy. The only “difficult” thing you’ll do is to relax and move slowly. No balancing on your head or standing on one foot.
Let your body move gracefully and fluidly – there’s no pressure on the joints – and your Qi flows and tones your vital organs. That’s how it revitalizes your body and builds your energy reserves.
Best of all, you don’t need any special equipment or place to practice. No Yoga mats, no exercise machines, no special safety equipment, and no fancy gym clothes necessary. You can do the slow exercise movements in any comfortable clothes and you don’t even have to sweat.
This is Qi Gong – “Qi” meaning energy and “Gong” meaning cultivation.
It’s easily the most cost-effective yet potent self-healing practice that exists today. Yet, so little is known about this breakthrough practice in the West. In order to appreciate the full potential of Qi Gong, I set out to study everything there is to know about this practice.
What you will discover will change everything you believe about alternative health and modern medicine.
Your biggest epiphany might be this — your Qi flows faster and deeper when your mind and body are relaxed.
It’s never about stretching the furthest, enduring the most pain, or performing every move to its minute perfection. In fact, the sole purpose of all the ancient practices is to circulate your Qi flow so your body can heal naturally.
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