‘meridian system’ is easily disturbed by our negative emotions
and muscular stiffness ,short circuit can be created. Therefore, to cultivate
your ‘Qi’, your mind has to anchor in a state of equanimity,
detaching from the past and future, stay here and now. Let go of your stress
and physical tension, increase your awareness and stop the chatter box;
i.e. you have to be highly concentrated and can give out one-pointed and
crystal clear instructions to soften your mind.
In this state of tranquility, your ‘blue print’ will take over the whole healing process, you don’t have to do anything, just be an observer, contemplating lively and alertly in a state of bliss.
When we practice ‘Qigong’ movement, every motion should be soft, even and slow, with full attention and crystal clear instructions. During this exercise, our bodies are free of pressure, our circulation likes breeze of wind of the earth which refreshes and energizes the tissue within. Breathing at this moment, free from negative emotions and muscular tensions, is no longer a tense expansion of the chart and abdomen, but, it becomes a rhythmical, powerful flow of energy and force, which continuously energizing and cleansing the system.
Through the practice of ‘Qigong’, you will be able to stay in a peaceful and balanced state of mind and remain undisturbed longer, it is also beneficial for cultivating emotional intelligence. The ‘relaxed and alert state’ of mind with the combination of motivation, is called the ‘Accelerated learner’ or your ‘High self’, in this state, knowledge will be absorbed faster than the normal self.
In short, ‘Qigong’ is the exercise for self-mastery, it is about how to run your brain and how to use your body, how to tame your tiger and your monkey within.