In Chinese Medicine, the Nei Gong Practice Zhan Zhuang (Jan Jong) or 'Standing Like a Tree' is a supreme example of the simplicity belies the profoundity.
You know when you hear something that sounds too good to be true, it means it probably isn't 🙂
with regular and correct practice, the goodness of which the Masters speak all seems true to me.
Below is one of the practices I have learned and applied over the years and which am now, more than 20 years after first learning it and 35 years of practicing Qi Gong (which is derived from a Nei Gong practice like this) beginning to grasp 'its roots'.
If I told you my journey to healing started with the wish to cure Asthma and ’twas cured, would you have more faith in these words?...
How many people have been known to ask an OLD wise teacher;
"Sifu/Guru - if you were to practice one practice, what would it be?”
Although often their answers aren't simple and direct, but rather student specific,
All the same,
Are you one of those practitioners who listened and tried to apply this wisdom?
For me there are certain practices which I intend to write about in a collection of works, the title for which I have just realised from this post 🙂
To progressively dissolve aches and pains
Chronic illness ~ maintain/improve and potentially dissolve (such as asthma)
Energy /Chi flow boost
Well being - Seratonin, Anandamide, Oxytocin....
Centre your energy..
Ground your energy..
The list can go on…
Radiant health as long as you don’t overdo it.
Reach the parts that medicines may not...
Couldn't be simpler...