🇩🇪 Former Professional Athlete Shares His Nei Qi Gong Journey
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO CULTIVATE YOUR "QI"?
Qi is the vital energy that flows in the meridians (channels) of the body and regulates its fundamental functions, determining health, strength, psycho-physical well-being, longevity, and awareness.
In Taoism, Qi is used as a tool to access higher states of consciousness, recalling the Ling Qi (spiritual Qi) on the top of the head for a deeper connection with the whole
In martial arts, especially the "internal" Chinese ones, it has always been taught that the real strength is not the muscular one, but the subtle and explosi
ve one of Qi (which grows with age instead of decreasing)
In Chinese medicine (the oldest in the world) all treatments and remedies are aimed at increasing and rebalancing the Qi in the body because this resolves the root causes of the main imbalances (instead of acting on the symptoms) and promotes long-term health and energy
Today, the main holistic therapies are based on the same principle and, even when they do not expressly speak of Qi, they inevitably work on this energy to try to restore an optimal balance.
"QI" USUALLY REMAINS AN ABSTRACT CONCEPT
..because the practices that are taught - in the West but also in the East, from Qi Gong to Tai Chi to Reiki - are now based on the mechanical repetition of movements and/or on too-light physical sensations.
We don't really know why, but the direct experience of Qi has been lost: that powerful manifestation that a Master transmitted to his student so that he could truly understand and replicate it with practice.
Perhaps because of the tough selection still being made in China, to identify the few students deserving to receive the authentic practices.
Perhaps because the Chinese government itself tends to control these practices and to export only "light" Qi Gong for health (this would explain why many Chinese Masters are moving to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and neighboring countries).
The result is, in any case, that today we talk about Qi almost always theoretically.
There is no direct experience, for who knows how many generations both in the West and in the East, and this obviously limits the energy effects and benefits that can be obtained with the practice...
In Chinese health and longevity practices (such as Qi Gong), the energetic sensations are so light that we may have imagined them, and this makes it difficult to stay motivated in the long term (also because no one shows us the "point of arrival" to aspire to)
In holistic therapies, in the East but also in the West, many concepts about energy and the overall balance of the "patient" remain vague: no one gives us concrete tools to show and transmit this energy during treatments, in order to accelerate the healing and solve even deep problems
In martial arts, even "internal" practices are taught in a physical and muscular way (even in China, in the places where these practices were born), and often those who speak of Qi and "inner strength" are the least effective in fighting (or refuses to demonstrate it).
ACCUMULATE MORE QI THAN YOU NEED, IN ORDER TO RELEASE ENERGY IN EXCESS
The Nei Qi Gong differs from normal Qi Gong both for the effectiveness of the practice, which has preserved the original teachings and allows a direct experience of Qi, and for the goal. In fact, the aim is not just to stay healthy, increasing, and rebalancing the energy in the body, but to accumulate more Qi than how much is needed for oneself, to:
- Evolve spiritually by accessing higher states of awareness and a more free and harmonious life experience
- Give it to others through deep and often decisive therapies and treatments
- Bring martial arts (of any style) to their maximum expression, combining physical strength with the explosive power of Qi
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