For thousands of years, people have been strengthening their senses and connecting to sources of power outside the body to achieve healing, well being and extreme longevity.
Over 5000 years of practice
In revered Asian martial arts traditions, such as Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qi Gong, among many others, energy techniques are used to achieve a higher consciousness, superhuman strength, bone-hard will, health and extreme longevity.
The main energy source is called Dantian, dan t’ian, dan tien or tan t’ien is loosely translated as “elixir field”, “sea of qi”, or simply “energy center” in traditional Chinese medicine, TCM.
Refuel your super human powers
Since everything consists of energy, including our own body, us humans can use different energies to strengthen our bodies and feelings. We can “refuel” energy from surprisingly simple, yet infinitely potent sources of power such as nature, animals, good people, food and air.
Based on Chinese medicine
Dan Tien, the Elixir Field and energy center of Chinese medicine, is an ancient philosophical tradition with many complicated methods, but you can start with the simplest and most effective, namely the breathing style which evokes the feelings of care and happiness.
ELIXIR (1) : a substance held capable of prolonging life indefinitely. (2) : cure-all. (3) : a medicinal concoctionMerriam-Webster Dictionary
Start practicing here and now
Sit comfortably or lie down. Inhale via the Dan Tien point below the navel or via the entire Elixir field in your heart/chest area. Feel how it feels when the breath enters via the body cells instead of the nose and mouth. The feeling will not be strong at first, but allow yourself to wait for a more defined sensation. How do you feel in your cells?
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Ref: The Root of Chinese Qigong: Secrets of Health, Longevity, & Enlightenment, by Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang Ph.D.
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