QI GONG

Through years of spiritual exploration, I have come across some amazing teachers. It is fun to continue seeing who is reaching out and sharing their gifts with the world. Below you will find some of the nuggets I reference to sometimes in sessions and events. Please watch to your heart's content and allow these to be your jump-off point...and do what feels right for you!

Qigong Shaking with Lee Holden

This qigong shaking exercise for stress relief is an ancient, fun and effective natural stress relief technique demonstrated by qigong expert Lee Holden in relaxing Yosemite Valley next to multiple waterfalls after the El-Niño rains.

David Beaudry  

Noble Movement

David Beaudry aka, 'The Reverend' Delivers Ancient Wisdom to Help busy People overcome depression, anxiety, and tap into extraordinary energy naturally.

Qi Gong Movement for the Liver (Wood Element)

- Tonify color: Vibrant Green/Blue light

- Tongue position: Wood Element position, located on the upper palate at the center of the roof of the mouth. . Purging sounds: “Shu,” or “Guo”

- Tongue position: Fire Element, tongue on upper palate just above teeth. This exercise is designed to massage the Liver’s tissues and nerves and to tonify the entire lung organs and their associated channel systems. The compression and release action of the torso causes a physical compression within the Liver organ itself, flushing Qi and Blood from the digestive system through the Liver and into the Gall Bladder where bile is stored. This exercise strengthens the tendons and ligaments, aid in digestion, and help regulate one’s emotional state.

Qi Gong Movement for the Kidneys (Water Element)

- Purging sounds: “Chree,” “Fu,” or “Yu”

- Tongue position: Fire Element, tongue on upper palate just above teeth

- This exercise is designed to massage the Kidney’s tissues and nerves, and to tonify the entire lung organs and their associated channel systems. The twisting, back and forth pumping action of this exercise stimulates, squeezes, and causes an opening and closing action within the Kidney organs. The Kidneys receive the major blood supply from the abdominal aorta and the action of raising the torso upwards will literally suck Qi and Blood into the Kidney area. This exercise is tonifies the Sea of Marrow, balances the pH and blood temperature, strengthens the spine and lower back, strengthens the immune functions,

strengthens the reproductive system, and increases the production of Jing.

 

This exercise can be helpful in specific Kidney issues such as kidney stones, impotence, premature ejaculation, and immune dysfunctions.

Qi Gong Movement for the Heart (Fire Element)

- Purging sounds: “Ha,” “Ke,” or “Zheng”

- Tongue position: Fire Element, tongue on upper palate just above teeth


- This exercise is designed to massage the Heart’s tissues and nerves, and to tonify the entire lung organs and their associated channel systems. The compression and release of the skeletal muscles squeezing and releasing the cardiac muscle energetically stimulates the pericardium surrounding the heart. The twisting movement compression of the torso also enhances the fluidity of all the connective tissues that are involved with the heart. Every time the thoracic wall moves, expands, contracts, or twists, the tissues of the heart are pulled, stretched, and released. This exercise strengthens the circulatory system, improves emotional

boundaries, brightens the spirit, stimulates intellectual activity, mental acuity and clarity.

 

This exercise can be helpful with certain Heart issues, such as; low blood pressure, hypertension, poor circulation, and cyanosis.

Qi Gong Movement for the Spleen (Earth Element)

Benefits of the Spleen Tonification and Regulation

- Exercise Tonifying colors: Golden Yellow light

 

- Tongue position: Earth Element, on the bottom of the jaw at the base of the lower palate beneath the teeth and gum line.

 

- Purging sounds: “Who,” or “Gong”

 

- Tongue position: Fire Element, tongue on upper palate just above teeth

 

- This exercise is designed to massage the Heart’s tissues and nerves, and to tonify the entire lung organs and their associated channel systems. Raising the arms above the head stretches all the suspensory ligaments of the spleen, making the spleen energetically

accessible by the twisting movements of the torso. The compression and release action on the connective tissue and fascia that support the placement of the spleen allows the internal channels to become dilated, facilitating greater flow of Qi and Blood into the organ. While looking up and turning to the right, the left brain is stimulated, and looking up and turning to the left stimulates the right brain. According to Western physiology, light waves come into the eyeballs through the retina stimulating the optic nerve, cerebral cortex, and occipital (visual) cortex, which integrates both visual and memory impulses responsible for the perception of an image. This also increases proprioception of the entire body, which is the body’s ability to orient, balance, and stabilize within its environment. Therefore, this exercise strengthens the digestive systems, as well as enhancing one’s visual equilibrium and balance.

 

This exercise can be helpful with specific Spleen issues such as diabetes, digestive dysfunctions, emaciation, edema, prolapse of the internal organs, lassitude, general weakness, and hemorrhoids.

Qi Gong Movement for the Lungs (Metal Element)

- Tonifying color: Divine White

 

- Tongue position: Metal Element, suspended directly behind the teeth .

 

- Purging Sounds: “Shh,” “Sss,” or “Shang”

 

- Tongue position: Fire Element, tongue on upper palate just above teeth .

 

- This exercise is designed to massage the Lung’s tissues and nerves, and to tonify the entire lung organs and their associated channel systems. The compression and release action of the scapulae and thoracic vertebrae stimulates the nerves, arteries, veins, and capillary system in the thoracic spine. The compression and release of the thorax also increases

stimulation of the nervous system in the Lung area and stimulates the “release and return” action of the lymphatic system. All of the major lymphatic ducts are located in the posterior portion of the thoracic wall. This exercise strengthens the respiratory system, increases the production of their Wei Qi field and enhances their body’s immune system. .

 

This exercise can be helpful to for specific Lung issues such as asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, allergies, lung tumors and lung cancer.

Immortal Form Guided Qigong Practice

Immortal Form Guided Qigong Practice: This form is based on the original Daoist Five Element Qigong I studied with Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson and Master Zhou's Wudang Qigong. It's meant to cleanse, strengthen and harmonize our physical, mental/emotional and spiritual bodies. It cleanses and strengthens our five yin organs, lungs, kidneys, liver, kidneys, heart, and spleen. We also open up our central channel and 3 energy centers through rolling, tapping and rubbing. You will feel cleansed, refreshed and energized!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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