" Your hand opens and closes and opens and closes.
 

      If it were always a fist or always stretched open, you would be paralyzed.

Your deepest presence is in every small contracting and expanding, the two as beautifully balanced and coordinated as bird wings.”

~  Rumi ~

~     PREPARE for your daily practice.  

Enter with a Quiet state of mind,  but at the same time . . . .  be switched on & focused on what you’re doing. It’s like a signal that tells you: " . . .  I’m ready to do my practice now . . . "

 

~  Breathe. Relax.  

Enter an Expanded state of Mind.   Relaxing includes . . . relaxing physically, let emotions Flow & Mentally quiet the Mind. It’s a skill and like all skills, it CAN BE learned & the more you practice it, the better you will get at it.

 

~  Smile from the Heart. The best way to ‘relax’ spiritually is to smile from the heart  - don’t think about how to do it, just do it

~    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.
 

~   Enter Cosmic Balance. 

Enter into the silence.  Standing mediation / Standing Zen.
Clear your mind of all thoughts - Be Still.

 

~    Completion Time.
Ground yourself into the Physical Realm/ Reality before leaving your Practice Space. Drink Water.

This is Your Goals for Week 4

 

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

 

REVIEW

1.   Creating a Qi Ball

 

QI GONG ESSENTIALS

2.   Four Golden Wheels Energy Practice

3.   Circulating Qi

4.   Connecting Universe Energy Practice

 

QI GONG ESSENTIALS: THE FOUR ELEMENTS

5.   Fire

 

YOGA POSES

6.   Warrior I

 

LUOHAN'S 18

7.   Lifting the Sky

8.   Shooting Arrows

 

SEASONAL EMPOWERMENT

9.   See Seasonal Empowerment Series

   

FLOW PRACTICE

10.   All Exercises on this Page for Week 2

 

ENDING YOUR PRACTICE

11.   Nourishing Qi

 

Enter Cosmic Balance

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  ~

10 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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