1.  Work within your body’s current ability and do your best with each step.  Always listen to what your body is telling you.

2.     Enter your daily practice with a Quiet state of mind.

3.     Smile from your heart . . . Don't try and overthink this - JUST DO IT!

4.    Use the Movements to generate a Flow of Energy.

-    Then Let Go and Do Nothing. Let your Qi do the work of flowing to any areas of low energy (blockages) in the meridians and removing the blockages.

5.    Enter Cosmic Balance. Enter into the silence.  Standing mediation / Standing Zen.

-      Clear your mind of all thoughts - Be Still.

6.    Completion Time.

-    Ground yourself into the Physical Realm/ Reality before leaving your Practice Space.

-    Drink Water.

"Your life is a sacred journey.

 

    It is about change, growth, discovery, movement, transformation, continuously expanding your vision of what is possible, stretching your soul, learning to see clearly & deeply, listening to your intuition, taking courageous challenges at every step along the way.

 

     You are on the path... exactly where you are meant to be right now... And from here, you can only go forward, shaping your life story into a magnificent tale of triumph, of healing, of courage, of beauty, of wisdom, of power, of dignity, and of love." 

 

 

~ by Caroline Adams ~

These are Your Goals for Lessons 4 & 5

 

Always Start your Routine  in Wuji Stance:

-  Stand with feet shoulder width apart

-  Arms hang down

-  Palms face into thighs

-  Slightly tuck in the chin

-  Relax the whole body

-  Knees slightly bent

-  Clear the mind

-  Remain in this posture for a few minutes

Creating a Qi Ball

Creating a Qi Ball

~ with Robert Peng ~

Pls Note, this is just a sample video.

You can purchase the complete Course on Udemy / Sounds True

~ with Marisa from YoQi ~

Exercising the Dantian

Connecting Universe Energy Practice

~ with Robert Peng ~

Pls Note, this is just a sample video.

You can purchase the complete Course on Udemy / Sounds True

~ with Robert Peng ~

Pls Note, this is just a sample video.

You can purchase the complete Course on Udemy / Sounds True

Circulating Qi

 

Slowly breathe in:

•   Slightly extend your hands in front of your hips, palms facing down.

•   Raise your arms forward with palms facing downward at first; then facing

forward and then upward when hands are above your head

•   Straighten the knees

 

Slowly breathe out :

•   Rotate palms (over your head) to face outward

•   Bend your knees to about 150° but make sure they do not go beyond the toes

•   Move hands outward, in arcs, palms facing out; then down until hands are back in front of hips.

 

Repeat

Warrior I / Vīrabhadrāsana

~ with Journey Junkie ~

Warrior I: Virabhadrasana I - is a standing yoga pose.

Virabhadrasana I stretches the whole front side of the body while strengthening the thighs, ankles, and back.

 

This is a powerful standing pose

that develops stamina, balance,

and coordination.

Lifting the Sky

~ with Catherine Carrigan ~

Shooting Arrows

~ with Marcus Santer ~

5 Elements Qi Gong Series: Fire

~ with Mimi Kuo-Deemer ~

-  Works on the heart, small intestine, pericardium, triple heater

Easy & Gentle Stretches

~ with Cole Chance

Yoga TX ~

Full Body Stretch

~ with Jen Hilman

YogaTX  ~

20 Minute Morning Practice

Qi Gong for Vitality: Opening Door of Life

~ with Lee Holden ~

~ with Marissa Cranfill

YoQi ~

         Nourishing Qi

 

-  Our bodies instinctually know how to balance, heal & express the principles of rest, reflection, conserving and storage.

-  After playing with your Energy, it is JUST as Important to NOURISH your Flow of Energy. 

-  To Nourish Qi after your Practice is so simple: Breathe. DO NOTHING !

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