Saturday, 08. December 2007
Chi Self Massage

Use these simple, highly effective, self-massage techniques to dissolve the energy blocks and stress points that are responsible for disease and the aging process. This form of massage is very different from muscular massage. Chi Self Massage presents a method of hands-on self-healing work using your own internal energy, or Chi.

From the book:

From ancient times to the present, Taoist Masters have been remarkably youthful, appearing and functioning at least twenty years younger than their actual ages.


One source of their vitality has been the practice of Taoist Self-Massage Rejuvenation: using one’s internal energy, or Chi, to strengthen and rejuvenate the sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, tongue teeth, skin) and the inner organs.

These techniques are about five thousand years old and until now were closely guarded secrets passed on from one Master to a small group of students.

By practicing this routine five to ten minutes daily, you can improve many things, including your complexion, vision, hearing, sinuses, gums, teeth, tongue, and general stamina.

Self-Massage Rejuvenation works by clearing blockages from the meridians, or energy channels, of the various senses and vital organs.
This is done by the unique Taoist practice of bringing energy or Chi, up from the sexual organs and anus to the face, hands and senses, and then directing it to specific areas. The senses are connected with the organs, and the organs are believed to store and generate positive and negative emotions. By strengthening the senses, we help to control negative emotions. Senses are the first to receive the influences of the outside world, such as tension, anger and fear; and, in turn, these outside negative influences affect the organs and the nervous system.

Chi Self Massage by Mantak Chia.
Universal Tao Publications, 2002 | PDF | 122 Pages | 2.8 MB


Related Entries:
Tan Tien Chi Kung
Cosmic Fusion: The Inner Alchemy of the Eight Forces
Awaken Healing Energy through the Tao

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