Organ Detoxification, the "Chi Nei Tsang" Massage
(Second brain: Abdominal massage)
People often develop energy blockages of their internal organs, which have their roots in the knots and tangles of the intestinal tract.
Emotions such as fear, anger, excessive anxiety, depression and rumination can cause great damage in our bodies.
Energy losses can occur as by overwork, stress, accidents, surgery, drugs and toxins, poor and contaminated food and especially through vocational uncertainty.
These negative emotions and toxic energies seek discharge and deposit as from on and around the organs in our body that can process parts of this emotional garbage. But usually there remain enough blockades to impede the energy flow in the body, which eventually leads usually to disease. Negative emotions can create such excessive heat in the organs that dysfunction can develop up to total failure.
The Chi Nei Tsang massage is an extremely effective method to solve these energy blockages and flush out deposited toxins.
Since Chi Nei Tsang is intended for mainly for self-massage, no further steps are required. Anyone can see the beneficial massages you at all times and for all the family exercise ... You can feel in yourself, where tensions are found around the abdomen and edit this tension. Mantak Chia calls the 'I am my own gold-digger'.
(Wolfgang Heuhsen 2004)
Cosmic Chi Kung
Cosmic Chi Kung (or Qi Gong in modern notation Cosmic, Cosmic Healing English) is a hitherto largely unknown in Europe method to selectively take up the cosmic energy that you save and use them for health and long life - with themselves, other.
By hands and acupuncture points are activated, flow vitalizing forces into and through the entire body. Thus, the exhaustion of own energy resources is prevented and fed fresh energy. A special attraction of this first published in German language practice practice is that it can be practiced by both beginners as well as advanced Qi Gong and both equally brings.
The book " Cosmic Chi Kung " by Mantak Chia, Lotus Verlag 2004 is out of print and is currently available only as an e-book ( ) .
Cosmic Chi Kung builds on the UNIVERSAL HEALING TAO based exercises, such small energy cycle , six healing sounds , skin and bone breathing and Iron Shirt practice and Tan Tien exercises. At the core of Cosmic Chi Kung is an exercise method that is called by Master Mantak Chia the "Buddha hand " . The purpose of this practice is to strengthen the chi of the practitioner and his ability to develop Chi also give to others . The exercises are based on the Shaolin Qigong Einfinger , from which also the Kong Jing Qigong has been derived , about which so far are hardly any publications, and is seldom taught. Other methods describe techniques with the hands and with different visualizations , including with colored Chi . MC08 Master Mantak Chia warns , however, even before the untrained use of some techniques.
Through the inner preparation of practitioners with the basic exercises and especially the techniques of the Cosmic Chi Kung , the spiritual , mental facilities of the / of the practitioners are trained.
The Taoist health system is based in large part on the elements and roots of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Like all , in Taoist tradition traditional methods is also constructed with the Cosmic Chi Kung not a belief system, but the values and priorities should be for everyone ' experienced ' .
The Master Mantak Chia in 2007 for the first time in Berlin taught Theme ' Taoist Shamanism ' originates in the core of the Cosmic Chi Kung . Learn how to protect yourself , to transform the externally acquired emotions into beneficial body energies. The old system of ' suction shaman ' is still used , but today we are no longer designed to protect us against the stressful , emotional external energies and mental attacks. Master Mantak Chia shows us , are structured as simple protective fields and gives you the opportunity to offset your own body energy system - practical mental hygiene so to speak. Master Chia takes us in the invocation of the guardian spirits and shows how to handle the ' Spirits ' .
(Wolfgang Heuhsen / 2007)
Iron Shirt Chi Kung
Whether you are a student or expert is ... the practice is crucial. A practice unit may be completely ineffective when the body was not really prepared to handle the energy that he should also record .
Energy intake and its processing is the main objective of the Iron Shirt training.
The term warm-up, or ' warm up ' means flow to bring it to circulate through the body and blood to the Chi . Warm-up exercises are especially important for body parts that are rarely stretched ... such as Spine and sacrum.
It is very important to pay attention to the messages of the body during the various exercises. The goal is not to over-stretch the large muscles or too strong to develop , but to loosen the joints and open , so that chi and blood can flow without hindrance. We should note that slowly , safely and naturally develop ourselves .
In Iron Shirt Chi Kung we learn the natural structure of the body recover . In other words Discover how we can harness the power of the lower Tan Tien , the perineum and the spine to stand on a stable, powerful and effortless way .
Iron Shirt Chi Kung is the ' martial art ' element in the system of universal Tao.
This branch of the system develops inner strength and a well toned body through simple but very effective techniques that produce Chi (Qi) which can then be stored in the body . The Iron Shirt Training developed a relaxed, open but strong body structure that aligns with the forces of heaven and earth . The Iron Shirt techniques help us to produce strong roots with the earth and centered the body in balance and keep .
Chi Kung or ' Qi Gong ' is a form of inner alchemy that includes Ghost , Chi - force and breathing exercises. Practitioners learn to detoxify the body and promote the circulation of energy to compress it and save it. Thereafter, the amplified Chi is re- circulates in the body and again in the organs, glands and muscles compressed to keep them healthy and strong.
In order to penetrate into the deeper emotional layers of the body , all of Iron Shirt Chi Kung and breathing exercises should be practiced with full attention . The goal is to prepare the body to higher spiritual energies.
( Thomas Meewes 2002)
Elixir Chi Kung - The Golden Elixir
- Taoist alchemy, the "Chymic Wedding" in ancient China -
In the Taoist tradition, the Elixir Chi Kung as one of the last mysteries was considered that passes on a master before he passed on to his students.
Grandmaster Mantak Chia makes this precious knowledge without restrictions and was publicly criticized for it already.
In summary, one can say humors are energized by alchemical acts with Chi. It transformed his own body juices on a not yet explored in detail, but very effective way.
Body fluids are considered in Chinese medicine as a key indicator for vital health. Functioning of the liquids that speaks for an intact production and a good supply of organs with oxygen and nutrients for a vital sexual energy and for a sufficient combustion of nutrients. Overall, a good hydration of the body provides information on the vitality of a person.
The West knows also similar traditions. The '' Chemical Wedding '' as the title of one of the basic writings of the Rosicrucians and as an instrument of research- adepts who possessed the keys of hermetic alchemy , Kabbalah, and astrology. In alchemy , the Chemical Wedding is understood as the union of opposites and reveals the stepped path of initiation into the last great mysteries of our existence.
At the masterpiece of the alchemists , the production of a Philosopher's Stone , which produce gold and an immortality elixir is to be gained , one of the necessary actions is the coagulatio of matter, the attraction of being non- clotting substances in chymischer wedding.
They referred to in the erotic imagery of alchemy the culmination of the Great Work (opus magnum ) when the White Queen (symbol: moon , silver or mercury) : combined with the red king (sun, sulfur or gold icon). However, the union of polar opposites is not only an external process , but also an allegory of the inner , spiritual transformation process of a human being , because of the specific alteration of the man himself was one of the main objectives of alchemy.
The Taoists recognized the saliva as one of the sources of life. Western scientists describe saliva as an extremely complex fluid that includes a huge range of fabrics , which have the potential to influence many aspects of our physical life.
The Golden Elixir , also known as nectar , is the source or the water of life . It is a mixture of saliva, fluids and external hormonal essences. From an alchemical point of view, but it is far more than a merely external , material process; rather is integrated by coagulation Intellectual in the matter and this thereby raised to a higher level of existence . Taoists believe that this elixir is a great transformer for the higher , spiritual work . The Golden Elixir should be able to cure diseases , and even grant immortality. Some Taoist texts recommend swallowing the saliva up to 1,000 times per day for spiritual work and healing. In the , case- Master Mantak Chia featured publicly disclosed practice exercises are only recently completed , the wear flowery names, such as '' The dragon fixed the pearl '','' The spider silk and swing the leg or '' ' ' Harvesting Golden Erdmedizin '' .
The practical applications of alchemical traditions to their own body fluids can be learned and practiced. Grandmaster Mantak Chia teaches these precious , Taoist practices worldwide in workshops in Germany . Elixir Chi Kung is part of the Cosmic Healing .
(Wolfgang Heuhsen 2010)
Fusion of the 5 Elements (1)
Artist Klaus Holitzka
The fusion of the five elements (1) is the first level of the higher meditations in Taoist practice, which are also known under the name of fusion of the 5 forces of the universe. It is the beginning of the inner alchemy, one - by Taoist opinion - very scientific process in which the / learns the practitioner to control the energy in your body to use the Pakua connect to the immense forces in the universe, outside of the human be able to produce the body.
These energies can be used powerfully for self-healing and the development of higher, spiritual goals.
The Fusion 1 is the first step to experiencing the formation and flow of emotional, mental and physical energies in your own body, to control and direct.
In practice, one learns how negative energies that are hidden deep in the body, can be tracked and transformed into positive energy.
Eyes, tongue, mouth, nose and ears, as well as the 5 most important, negative emotions in the organs - - In the Taoist fusion of the 5 elements a connection between the five external senses is anger, hatred, worry, sadness, and fear made.
When this connection is made once, the negative emotion is stored in the organs to be detected.
The Fusion 1 shows step by step how negative emotions are removed from the organs . They are neither suppressed nor enhanced or acted out . Instead, these negative energies are brought to special collection points in the body where they are neutralized and converted into positive, creative energy.
The great secret of storage and crystallization of the transformed energy into a mysterious pearl has been revealed for the first time in the alchemical formula of the merger. This pearl is the essence of our life energy or chi ( qi ) , which is in contact with the forces of the universe. With their help it is possible the whole body with energy to nourish the spirit and form a strong soul , or an energy body .
The Fusion 1 is the first essential step to comprehensive emotional and spiritual higher development .
Prerequisite for this practice are knowledge in the basic program of the Universal Tao.
( Thomas Meewes 2004)
Fusion of the 5 Elements (2 )
At the second stage of the merger, you learn how to circulate the pure energy of the five organs once they are freed from negative emotions. Are the organs cleaned, form positive feelings of kindness, gentleness, respect, balance, justice and compassion as a natural expression of the inner equilibrium. The / the practitioner can monitor state of equilibrium by observing the nature of spontaneously forming emotions.
The power of positive emotions is used to the three from the perineum (dam point) to open from the apex extending channels which are called channel Ascending. In addition, it opens the belt channels that surround the nine main energy centers of the body.
Fusion of the 5 Elements (3 )
At the third stage of the merger , the practitioner completes the cleaning of the energy pathways in the body by opening the positive and negative channels in the arms and legs. Opening the little cycle , the anodic channel , the channel belt and the positive and negative channels in arms and legs makes the body completely transparent to the circles of life - energy. The unimpeded flow of energy is the basis for perfect physical and mental health.
The method of fusion is one of the greatest achievements of the Taoist masters , as it puts people in a position to rid the body of negative emotions and at the same time to shine the pure light of positive forces.
This traditional knowledge is still kept isolated in shamanistic and tantric traditions around the world. The preservation of these traditions allows us to adhering to solve emotional energies to rid ourselves of " sapping companions " . Those who work directly with people , whether as a therapist , social service, or a teacher who knows the endless task de ' letting go ' of everyday experiences. Learn to prepare you to activate your body 's sensitive energy system by opening the channels . and transform the received energy patterns and save to build your own protective box and hold it.
(Wolfgang Heuhsen 2006)
Inner Sexual Alchemy - Healing Love
The Healing Love is the cultivation of sexual energy (Ching Chi), generated in our "love organs". Closely connected with the glandular system, our genital organs can produce large amounts of sexual energy, a very fiery energy, powerful, alive, but not permanent. To save them, they must be directed to the other organs and can not be left solely in the sexual organs, or "wasted", ie without discharging them to circulate. The exercises and meditations of love from the Universal Healing Tao show us how we circulate the fiery energy of the Ching Chi, transform, can connect with the energy of the heart and preserve.
Since the sexual energy of men and women is very different and a common practice that counts " pair cultivation " , to the more advanced techniques , the exercises are first practiced individually.
The woman learned the " breast massage ", the " Ovaratmung " and the exercise with the Jade Egg . In addition to the Strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles can be influenced during menstruation , organ cuts, hormone fluctuations and to increase sexual sensitivity before and also to complaints .
The man learned to massage the sexual organs , the " testicle breathing," as well as the technique of the "Great Empor drawing " , with the ejaculation can be controlled while having an orgasm is experienced. Also, it can positve effect on problems such as impotence , prostate problems , his health and sexual pleasure .
The goal is to cultivate the energy of the Ching Chi to use the refined energy of love for the self-healing , rejuvenation, creative expansion and spiritual growth. This makes it possible to experience vibrant zest for life. Is also promoted a deeper understanding of our sexuality as well as our ability to love, respect , intimacy and independence to experience in our love relationship.
( Annett and Ulrich Pinkall 2004)
The meditation of the interior of Smiles is a major component of Taoist practice. In our face, there are more than three hundred muscles. When we are angry or anxious, or ruminate and worry us, then these muscles tighten. This facial muscle tension leads to Verspannungungen throughout the body, the breath is shallow and our nervous system is also very stressed.
When we smile , dissolve immediately the contractions of the muscles in the face and whole body. The breath is calm and steady , we feel much better. For example, a smile can spontaneously evoke a sense of joy .
To give a conscious smile that emerges with the intention of ourselves affection and love us so begins the meditation of the interior smile. Through practice, we can deliberately create a state of deep relaxation and inner harmony within us. The smiling energy from our eyes , we derive this with the help of our attention inward , through the whole body . We smile in the glands, the organs in our brain and in our bones . We thus arrive with our bodies benevolent way in deep, loving contact . Tensions dissolve , the immune system is strengthened, the respective organ associated , positive emotions are propagated; Love and joy , for example, grows in our hearts . The heart can cause the overflowing love in our entire body, in every cell . When we smile inwardly so we bring fresh energy into our system and organs, it has a healing and rejuvenating.
The meditation of the inner smile is practiced at the beginning of each meditation of universal Tao. It is the time of practicing more and more to an inner attitude : to ourselves and to face the world in which we live in every situation with respect and love.
( Rainer Zemun / 2004)
K'an and Li
The lesser enlightenment K'an and Li:
On this, at a very high level of Taoist energy work, the sexual energy is Jing Chi (creative power) is transformed into life force. The ultimate secret of this formula is that the usual positions of fire and water are reversed to set sexual energy. The spread of sexual energy through the entire body you can imagine it as water vapor rising when the water begins to boil on the fire.
For this meditation, the inner alchemy include maintenance and development of the root center and the heart center, and the transformation of sexual energy in the navel. The formula of the smaller K'an and Li reverses the normal process of energy waste.
By interchanging the positions of the heat of the fire body comes under the coolness of the water body. Without this exchange, the fire burns easily in the air and burns the body from the inside. The water (the sexual fluids) will tend to flow down and exit the body. When the water dries up, the body breathes out his life. The process of evaporation may be extended over a long period.
The warm, moist steam generated carries tremendous energy in itself and is extremely healthy. The glands and the nervous and lymphatic systems are regenerated intensifies the circulation of energy and the body fluids.
Who wants to use chi for healing and growth, it must be checked and circulate effectively on certain paths through the body. In the meditation of the small energy cycle, the practitioner uses the power of the Spirit to enable sacrum and cranial pump so that they pump Chi through the body.
The opening of the Small circuit forms the basis for the system of universal Tao. With the help of special meditation and relaxation techniques, the meditator learns to stimulate the energy on the two main channels to bring the circles, draw and preserve. These two principal meridians are the servant-vessel running forward in the middle of the body, and the arm-tube that runs from the tail bone from the spine up to the head and from there via the "third eye" and the nose to the upper palate.
The exercise of the small circulation plays an important role in the elimination of physical and mental blockages. In open meridians chi can on the track of the little circuit to circulate freely; Mind and body are supplied with Chi and removes energy blockages.
To open the little circuit, you should meditate for a few minutes every morning after the exercise of the interior smile. At first you notice anything, but after a while you will feel the energy circulating in some places as warm stream.
All who want the techniques of the Universal Tao good command should be dedicated to the practice of small circulation, because without this basis it is difficult to progress to the higher levels of the Taoist disciplines on which Chi and creative energy to be converted.
(Wolfgang Koppe 2004)
The Taoism (chin: 道教 from 道, dao, literally the way) is originally a Chinese philosophy, but has now developed later to a national religion.
The 'dao', as the central element of this doctrine is best understood as a comprehensive world-principle to understand is that the people are not purely rational accessible. Man should interfere as little as possible this principle through conscious action and pursuit, but live in mystical, intuitive way in accordance with this Act.