HOW TO STRENGTHEN YOUR CHI
AND AWAKEN YOUR INNER POWER
Now I know that we all have different reasons for taking our health in hand and doing what we can to be healthy. However, determining your reasons will allow you to focus on the finish line and visualize the results you want to achieve. Personally, I recommend that you set short, medium and long-term goals to maximize your results and you should also LEARN HOW TO STRENGTHEN YOUR CHI to enable you to achieve better health, as well as overall well-being, and a much better sex life! That’s why I invite you to watch this interview of Mantak Chia published on youtube by London Real which explains very well how to strengthen your Chi! Then, I encourage you to read the rest of the article to find several tricks I use myself to optimize the flow of Chi in me.
How To Strengthen Your Chi
Awaken Your Inner Power
My Personal Tips For You
So the first thing to do is to adopt a healthy lifestyle and plan an action plan. Start by evaluating your goals. What do you want? Do you want to get into your old jeans made too small for you, or be able to follow your younger friends into activities that require a lot of energy? But it is also possible to just want to feel better about yourself.
So, after setting goals, you should consider how to bring those goals to life. For the majority, a change in the way they operate in their lives, whether through diet and/or physical exercise, will be necessary to achieve their short, medium or long-term goals.
One Handy Little Tool
The Chi Vitalizer!
That’s why I’d like to introduce you to a handy little tool. The Chi machine, this small instrument can be an ideal complement to your new healthy lifestyle. Chi machines, like the Chi Vitalizer CY-106, allow passive exercise through an elliptical movement that can help increase circulation and drainage of the lymphatic system. This will help you eliminate harmful toxins from your body and increase the strength of your metabolism. Chi machines will help you make your nutritional and physical programs much more effective.
Using a Chi machine after a long and hard day’s work will help you relax and will also prevent you from overeating in response to the stresses of your life. there are other models a little less expensive, but make sure of their qualities by reading the comments of the purchasers. Here are a few that may interest you like the U.S. Jaclean USJ-815 Vitality and theMaster Deluxe Chi Machine, Model USJ201. See the image below.
I believe that adding a Chi machine to your health plan can create the basis for a structure that will allow you to respect the other parts of your program. Consider using your Chi machine about 5 to 15 minutes a day, before or after your other exercises. You can also use it before eating a healthy snack.
Weight Gain Can Be Part Of An Endless Spiral
Lack of exercise and weight gain can be part of an endless spiral. That’s why using a Chi machine will help you increase your anabolic metabolism and decrease catabolic metabolism.
Catabolic metabolism is a negative energy that can inhibit weight loss and participate in the harmful spiral of weight gain and poor health. If you want to learn more and access a good source of information on anabolic and catabolic metabolism. I advise you to visit the Diffen.com website. .Remember, however, that creating a routine and adhering to it will be the most important part of your program’s success and success. And don’t forget to get your own CHi machine that will help you achieve your goals and start your brand new healthy lifestyle! You could also be interested in learning the Chi meditation if so you should take a look at the T’ai Chi Ch’uan—Meditation in Motion
The Power of Chi!
In the beliefs of Eastern peoples, chi is the source of self-healing and self-realization. Chi energy is developed through breathing, Chi meditation, and visualization. Understanding the power of chi and how to make it evolve and circulate within us can enable us to improve our health, our sexual life and our life in general.
Internal Energy – Your Inner Power
Many beautiful stories have been told about the famous Chi, the Chinese term representing “internal energy”. Some say that it is actually the “inner power” that comes from the air we breathe in and is transformed into vital energy through our body. In Eastern convictions, which have existed for a very long time, the chi is the one who takes charge of self-healing, it is also responsible for self-realization and self-fulfillment. Everything that lives in the whole universe is inspired by chi. That is why it is said of him that it is the life force, or vital energy, that is in all that is alive.
According to the precepts of Chinese tradition, chi would also allow martial arts masters to achieve feats that are at first sight physically impossible, such as breaking stones with bare hands and feet. Since once the chi is controlled, it would be easier to achieve such accomplishments. Moreover, chi is also perceived as the power that governs the universe as a whole. This powerful force of life is called ‘pneuma’ in Greece and ‘ki’ in Japan.
Where does Chi come from?
History tells us that in 527 A.D., an Indian monk named Bodhidharma went to China. The objective of his journey was to teach other monks exercises for the development and strengthening of their bodies. During this trip, Bodhidharma composed a book called “Xi Sui Jing”. This ancient book was based on the theme of breathing and meditation. We believe today that this book transmitted the teachings on the power of chi.
Bodhidharma, is also the author of another book called “Shi Bao Luo Han Shou” (The Eighteen Hands of Lohan). Historians consider this book to be the first-ever guide to offensive and defensive combat techniques and movements. This gave birth to the “Kalirapayat”, considered to be the matrix of all martial arts.
This is why we can see similarities in the postures of different Chinese martial arts and yoga. Since both traditions focused on the basin region as the center of all human energy (chi, pneuma, ki). In truth, the disciplines related to martial arts and yoga have always been developed to promote a healthy body and mind, as well as to increase lifespan and achieve a state of bliss.
The Chi Pass Through The Meridians
According to specialists in traditional Chinese medicine, Chi can be strengthened by anyone by practicing good breathing, Chi meditation, and visualization. The Chinese have found that chi spreads through the human body through pathways called meridians.
These circuits are the channels of positive and negative power, the ‘yin’ or’yang’, they are the foundation of the direction in which the chi circulates in the body. Namely that the energy of the yin’ comes from the earth and goes from the feet to the torso, arms, and fingertips. While the energy’Yang’ flows from the Spiritual sun and is transmitted to the meridians ‘yang’ from the fingers to the face, or from the face to the feet.
Meridians are present in teeth, organs, tissues and other parts of the body. Through these energy channels, chi enters the body and circulates deeper into organs, blood vessels, glands and other parts of the body. This flow of energy from the chi provides these parts of the body with life, nutrients, and energy.
Chi Reflection – Meditation – Visualization
As I mentioned earlier, chi must be developed through good breathing, chi reflection (meditation) and visualization. These things are achievable through meditation practices like tai chi, yoga, and martial arts. These moments of stillness, silence, and quietude can allow short relaxation sessions and also improve self-esteem. In addition, all activities that promote the development of chi can improve libido and sexual health in general.
Yoga, Tai Chi and martial arts practitioners frequently practice physical and fitness exercises. Research with these people has shown that simply participating in such activities provides more energy, higher self-esteem, and higher testosterone levels. In addition, the warm-up and stretching associated with these exercises massage the internal organs of the body so that they can function properly and at their best.
Moderation & Recovery
However, Bodhidharma took the precaution of teaching his student monks the virtue of moderation. He taught them that even in martial arts or any other physical activity, one must be careful not to exaggerate the training. Some studies have shown that too intensive physical training can have a negative effect on the body and on our sterility.
An investigation by health specialists has shown that overtraining causes fatigue, which results in a temporary reduction in sperm count and quality. Experts claim that the reason for this is that the body literally “kills” itself during training. To develop our muscles and improve our body, it is essential to give yourself time to recover. This is how normal cell development can be achieved.
You should know that intense physical exercise can lower the level of hormones in the blood, which will affect the sperm production process. Experts in the field estimate that semen levels return to about normal, but only after about three days.
In addition, they also added that drinking coffee after training can help preserve sperm quality due to the presence of antioxidants that can be found in caffeine.
Don’t Get Caught Up By The Technology
In this age of technological progress, the power of chi seems to have been taken for granted. More and more people are busy at work and prefer to spend their evenings watching movies, TV shows or playing video games rather than sweating a bit.
If we look at today’s youth, we quickly realize that they spend more time in front of their computer or cell phone rather than taking time and staying in touch with their bodies. All these things can lead to poor health and a glaring lack of energy and self-esteem. That’s why understanding the power of chi and ways to develop it will contribute to better health and give you a much better life!
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