Medical Chi Kung
Organ Detoxification, the Chi Nei Tsang© Massage
(Second brain: abdominal massage)
People often develop energy blockages of their internal organs, which have their causes in knots and tangles of the intestinal tract.
Emotions such as fear, anger, excessive worry, depression and brooding can cause great damage to our bodies. Energy loss can also be caused by overwork, stress, accidents, surgery, drugs and toxins, bad and loaded food and also job insecurities.
These negative emotions and toxic energies strive to be discharged and thus accumulate on and around the organs in our body. The body can process parts of this emotional rubbish, but usually enough blockages remain to hinder the flow of energy in the body, which usually leads to illness at some point. Negative emotions can generate such excessive heat in the organs that dysfunction or even total failure can develop.
Chi Nei Tsang © massage is an extremely effective method of releasing these energy blockages and flushing out deposited toxins.
As Chi Nei Tsang© is mainly intended for self-massage, no further steps are required. Everyone can practise the beneficial massages at any time on themselves and in the family circle ... One can feel in oneself where tensions are to be found in the abdominal area and work on these tensions. Mantak Chia calls this: "I am my own gold digger".
(Wolfgang Heuhsen 2004)
Chi Nei Tsang© is an independent training line in the UNIVERSAL HEALING TAO system of Grand Master Mantak Chia. Responsible for the training content and the training and examination system is UHT Global Branch Leader Jutta Kellenberger.
People often develop energy blockages of their internal organs, which have their causes in knots and tangles of the intestinal tract. Emotions such as fear, anger, excessive worry, depression and brooding can cause great damage to our bodies. Energy depletion can also be caused by overwork, stress, accidents, surgical procedures, drugs and toxins, poor and loaded food and also job insecurities.
These negative emotions and toxic energies seek to be discharged and so build up on and around the organs in our body. The body can process parts of this emotional rubbish, but usually enough blockages remain to hinder the flow of energy in the body, which usually leads to illness at some point. Negative emotions can generate such excessive heat in the organs that dysfunction or even total failure can develop.
What are "winds"?
In Taosimus, strong inner and outer energies and forces that can influence people positively or negatively have been known for a long time. These phenomena were called "winds". A distinction was made between "good" and "bad" winds. The good wind is useful and healing, it stands for the flowing energy, the Chi. The bad or ill wind is abnormal and harms the person.
Winds have different origins. In nature, a wind is caused by zones with different air pressure or temperature differences in the air. Natural winds can also have an unpleasant effect on people, such as the Föhn near the Alps, which can cause headaches or strongly changing moods.
In many cultures, winds are regarded as central forces in creation. Each organ is formed by its cosmic wind, from which organ systems and finally the complete body emerge.
Another type of wind consists of energised chi (chi elementals), which is generated by a person's thoughts. This energy travels into the spiritual atmosphere; it contains the different types of energy that surround us. This means that both the energy created by positive and loving thoughts is there, but also the energy created by negative thoughts. Both types of chi elementals can affect a person; those who are constantly filled with fear, anger or other negative emotions tend to attract even more negative forces, damaging organs and affecting emotional balance. Conversely, people who are filled with positive emotional energy are less susceptible to negative chi elementals; their high level of positive energy acts as protection.
Last but not least, winds are generated "internally". A healthy body is able to regulate itself. If parts of the organism are disturbed, the self-regulating forces are lost. Causes for this can be: wrong nutrition, bad posture, injuries, negative emotions or stress. As a result, energy pathways are blocked, the chi can no longer flow and gets stuck in the body. This can lead to headaches or heartburn, for example.
Chi Nei Tsang massage is an extremely effective method of releasing these energy blockages and flushing out deposited toxins. As Chi Nei Tsang is also designed for self-massage, no further steps are required. Anyone can practise the beneficial massages at any time on themselves and in the family circle.
One can feel on oneself where tensions are to be found in the abdominal area and work on these tensions. Mantak Chia calls this: "I am my own gold digger".
Tok Sen in Thai means 'removing energy lines', in other words, it is a technique to release blocked chi and bring it back into flow. Through physically applied vibrations and sound impulses, deep work is done on the fasciae, muscles and tendons. These energy lines, called meridians in traditional Chinese medicine, are understood as ''zones of lower resistance'' in the material body, in which the life force Chi (Qi) flows. Blockages in these energy lines are considered to cause disease.
This unique massage system has its historical roots in Northern Thailand, in the Chiang Mai area. It is believed that Tok Sen is 5000 years old and originated in today's Lan Na, the land of millions of rice fields, from the culture of rice farmers. Working in the rice fields was accompanied by severe tension and night cramps due to monotonous postures. The healers of that time developed an ingeniously efficient relaxation system that is still used today. Also in this time period, the first experiments with acupuncture began in China. The parallels between the principles and mechanisms of action of Tok Sen and acupuncture are not surprising.
An experienced Tok Sen practitioner recognises a problem by palpation or touch. This is crucial, treatment involves tapping with ''hammer and pestle'' along the Sen Sib lines. The rhythm and intensity depend on the conditions encountered. In Thailand, Tok Sen is often used for paralysis symptoms or for patients with nucleus pulposus.
Tok Sen therapy can be used for a variety of symptoms. Especially head and neck pain as well as shoulder and back pain can be alleviated or even eliminated with this Thai therapy.
In addition, Tok Sen therapy is efficient in the area of knee and elbow joints, up to Achilles tendon problems and joint pain. Any part of the body can be treated. In short, the knowledgeable practitioner can help with musculoskeletal pain and enable a higher quality of life.
In conclusion, the possibilities of the Tok Sen method are not exhausted even after 5000 years. The work with vibrational impulses on living tissue is obviously finding renewed confirmation in the most modern findings. A fascinating and exciting field of research has to be opened up. What remains is the astonishing efficiency with which even the strongest tensions can be lastingly dissolved without the otherwise usual painful 'interventions' of physio-therapists. The pulsating stimulation of the meridians stimulates the chi flow and brings the whole system back into balance in the sense of holistic action. The study of this therapeutic massage system leads into great depths of the muscle-tendon anatomy.
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Cosmic Chi Kung
Healing through the powers of heaven and earth - Master Mantak Chia
CosmicChi Kung (or Cosmic Healing) is a method that has been largely unknown in Europe up to now. It is a way of absorbing cosmic energy, storing it and using it for health and longevity - for oneself and for others.
By activating hands and acupuncture points, vitalising forces flow into and through the entire body. This prevents the exhaustion of one's own energy resources and provides fresh energy. A very special attraction of this exercise practice, published for the first time in German, is that it can be practised by beginners as well as advanced Qi Gong practitioners and benefits both equally.
The book "Cosmic Chi Kung" by Mantak Chia, Lotus Verlag 2004 is unfortunately out of print and currently only available as an e-book).
Cosmic Chi Kung builds on the UNIVERSAL HEALING TAO© basic exercises such as Small Energy Circuit, Six Healing Sounds, Skin and Bone Breathing as well as Iron Hem practice and Tan Tien exercises. At the core of Cosmic Chi Kung is a practice method called the "Buddha Hand" by Master Mantak Chia. The aim of this practice is to strengthen the practitioner's chi and to develop his ability to give chi to others. The exercises are based on Shaolin One-Finger Qigong, from which Kong Jing Qigong was also derived, but which has hardly been published and is rarely taught. Other methods describe techniques with the hands and with various visualisations, including coloured chi. However, Master Mantak Chia himself warns against the unpractised use of some techniques.
Through the inner preparation of the practitioner with the basic exercises and especially the techniques of Cosmic Chi Kung, the practitioner's spiritual, mental dispositions are trained.
The Taoist health system is largely based on the elements and roots of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Like all methods handed down in Taoist tradition, Cosmic Chi Kung is not based on a belief system, but the values and emphases are meant to be "experienced" by everyone.
The subject area "Taoist Shamanism", taught by Master Mantak Chia for the first time in Berlin in 2007, derives in its core from Cosmic Chi Kung. Learn to protect yourself, to transform the emotions taken over from outside into useful body energies. The ancient system of "sucking shamans" is still used, but today we are no longer trained to protect ourselves against the stressful, emotional external energies and spiritual attacks. Master Mantak Chia shows us how to build simple protective fields and gives you the opportunity to balance your own body-energy system - practical mental hygiene, so to speak. Master Chia takes us through the invocation of the protective spirits and shows us how to deal with the "spirits".
(Wolfgang Heuhsen / 2007)
Cosmic Chi Kung (Cosmic Healing) is an independent training line in the UNIVERSAL HEALING TAO© system of Grand Master Mantak Chia. Responsible for the training content and the training and examination system is UHT Global Branch Leader Wolfgang Heuhsen.
Cosmic Healing II is about connecting the body with the five elemental forces of nature, the moon and the sun, the planets, the stars, galaxies and other celestial phenomena. This is a continuation of UHT Cosmic Healing I in the Universal HEALING TAO system according to Grand Master Mantak Chia, but can also be taken on its own.
Whether you are interested in building on your foundation of chi kung and meditation, or are a bodyworker looking to make great strides in your treatments, you will find substance for growth in Cosmic Healing II.
In our modern world, many people have little energy to follow the speed and direction of these changes, so they have less creative energy of their own.
The Chinese system of the 5 elements with its 12 meridians and 8 vessels is flooded, flushed and charged. This neo-shamanistic system does entirely without mysticism and is designed for direct personal experience. The practices presented by Grand Master Chia have been successfully passed on by Taoist masters to their students over thousands of years. We use the mind to project a pattern of energy into the universe, tap into its powers and channel that energy back into our bodies. With mind and hands, each of us can tap into the limitless energy of the cosmos.
However, trust that these practices can help you reconnect with the part of yourself that you really are and that it can help you find your way back to your source. Once we can reconnect with this source of intelligence, everything around us will take on a new and deeper meaning. This course introduces parts of Taoist cosmology about the planetary and stellar world.
An important role in discovering a practical way to work with the energy of the universe was taken by Fu Hsi, who is credited in Chinese history with the discovery of the Pakua and as the creator of the I Ching. There is a consensus among historians of Chinese culture that it was the Yellow Emperor who held a major role in synthesising Taoist practices in health and healing, as well as in the healing practice of love, more than 5,000 years ago.
Essential to spiritual growth is that the Taoist practitioner cultivates within himself a sense of purity. Not surprisingly, the virgin child represents purity and immortality in the Taoist tradition. In this way, the practitioner develops his or her own sense of inner truth as a reflection of innate spiritual origin.
He who looks outward sleeps,
He who looks inward awakens.