For me, it is not solely the practice itself that is key, but rather also how one practises it. If one manages to stand up for oneself and also to the things he doesn’t like, he will be astonished what an enormous amount of energy is trapped deeply behind these things.
A good practice of this method teaches one little by little, to deal with the tension which builds in the muscles as well as mental tension entirely by oneself. That is of course not an easy thing to do, and requires not only effort but also a desire to engage with things as they are and not just how we want them to be.
Becoming dependant is pointless- better is that we can readily strive to address areas that we may find challenging really allows our own unrealised potential to flourish.
Slow and flowing movement combined with our natural breathing pattern promotes the flexibility of both body and spirit. Acupuncture points and paths of energy (meridians) are thus stimulated, leading to sensations connected to the body’s sphere of energy. Suppressing these sensations or conversely attributing them with too much meaning can be damaging in preventing a clear and realistic perception of one’s inner and outer being.
Silent, calm and gentle swinging and stretching movements help to enter ourselves into an attentive stance that is not dream-like but rather wide awake and newly prepared to enter into the ‘unknown’. The transition of the attentive stance into the expanding rhythmic movements activating the circulation and the body’s energy cycle expands one’s previous perception of the inner and outer self.
This is the way in which I will practise Chi Kung with you!
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