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How Feng Shui Cures Can Improve The Health Of A Person

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Feng Shui has become a highly successful form of traditional art in the West. Remedies that come from using this home decoration method can be anything from relaxing to healthy. Perhaps, a more precise description would be a methodical form of home arrangement. This is due to the fact that the positioning of objects is a key factor in feng shui. Chinese culture was the one who developed Feng shui and since then, it has been adopted and developed by several other cultures around the world. Feng Shui has so many benefits that are oftentimes long term and tend to influence the health of the resident. Homes are decorated based on these principles that are oftentimes harmonized and are very attractive. Once people become aware that a certain feng shui feature allows the flow of positive energy into their home, it then becomes very much in demand.

Every object, color and shape that you place in your home has certain end results. It is the people residing in that home that either lose out or benefit. Various events have shown that health problems can be cured by feng shui. Since the surroundings in your home can affect your state of mind, your state of mind tends to also affect your physical and emotional well being. The feng shui layout of your home sets the groundwork for an environment that should attract a positive outlook. A state of positive feeling is fundamental to good health. In Feng Shui, a home that is chaotic and untidy would most likely be the reason why residents in that home struggle with excess body weight.

The quickest outcome of this practice is an orderly, tidy, and clean environment. This may involve the need to get rid of too many material objects. This is particularly true if you have things that you don’t want or need. This split with redundant materialism is very much espoused in Chinese philosophy and ought to be considered as the start of feeling better. A wide range of daily problems resulting from clutter can be resolved using these Feng shui cures.

“Heather Shultz Acupuncture
100 Brick Rd Suite 212
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: (856) 452-1782
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January 22nd, 2019 at 2:34 pm

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Winter and The Water Element in Chinese Dietary Therapy

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According to the Nei Jing, “Water… keeps on flowing, and simply fills up all the places in which it flows; from any dangerous spot, it does not shrink, not from any plunge, and nothing will make it yield its own natural essence. Under all conditions, it (water) remains true to itself.”

The element of the most Yin of seasons, Winter, is Water. It stands for the accomplishment of a cycle and the purifying of past cycles. Within ourselves as well as in the trunks of trees and roots of plants, energies are gathered deep within. Winter is the time of year to be less physically active and more introspective. During this season, we need to keep warm our internal core for good wellbeing. Indoor activities, reading, and meditation best work in winter.

Winter is the season of the Urinary Bladder/Kidney organ system. The Kidney system is where our root energies reside. Salty and bitter foods are downward/inward moving and contracting, that can help keep us centered and store our energies. Salty foods reinforce the Kidney but too much salt can injure it. Include in your diet soy products, miso, seafood, seaweed, walnuts, millet, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, barley and celery seeds. Bitter foods include cauliflower, parsnips, rutabagas/turnips, cabbage, alfalfa, celery, quinoa, rye, burdock root and chicory root. Mixed with other roasted herbs, roasted chicory root makes a nice alternative for coffee and with its caffeine content decreases Kidney energies, particularly Essence. You can eat some Yang foods from the Metal Earth sections if you are likely to feel cold during the months of winter. Slow-cooked stews and soups and other forms of one-pot meals are your best choices, and you can include both and salty foods to produce a nutrient-dense healthy meal.

Salty Flavor Foods

Functions: detoxification; cooling; purging of bowels, enhance digestion; dissipate and soften hard masses/lumps; and moisten dryness.

Foods: mushrooms; sunflower seeds; pumpkin seeds; walnuts; celery, barley, black and white sesame seeds; sea vegetables; seaweed (kelp, kombo, etc.); soy products (especially soy sauce and miso); and millet.

Spices/Herbs: nettles, celery seed mineral salts (in their unprocessed natural form).

“Ling’s Acupuncture, Inc.
120 Gatlin Ave
Orlando, FL 32806-6908
(407) 851-2533
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January 22nd, 2019 at 2:31 pm

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The Importance Of Yin & Yang In Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Traditional Chinese medicine can be quite complicated for people who have relied on Western medicine for a long time. Don’t the planets revolve around the Sun and doesn’t each of them have their own moons that orbit around them? Isn’t our own Milky Way a lenticular type of galaxy that spins like a giant cartwheel in space?

Let’s take a look at our Earth. In summer, it gets very hot in many places but when you fetch water from a well, the water is quite cool. In winter, this planet tends to get cold on both the northern and southern hemispheres. The well’s water may be frozen in winter, but in caves and deep excavations sites where miners work, the temperature can become extremely hot. Plants grow and blossom in spring but lose most of their leaves in autumn. Aren’t these mysteries of Nature an indication that there are dual forms of energy on earth which are flowing and transforming each other?

This invitation to observe the earth and the universe is not an exhortation to study or learn astronomy, but to show that while the flowing movements within the human body are invisible to the naked human eye, traditional Chinese medicine in Vancouver can only have recourse to analogy with the universe to assist people in understanding and perceiving the internal mechanisms of the human body.

The ancient Chinese were aware of these phenomena and since man is a product of Mother Nature, he is also subject to her laws. There are circulating movements in the human body similar to those of the planets in our solar system. The Chinese espoused a viewpoint of “harmony between human beings and the natural environment”, of which the easiest example is that a person essentially enjoys good health if he wakes up for work with the rising of the sun and goes home to rest with the setting of the sun.

This observation of humans made the ancient Chinese realize that the circulating movements within the human body depend on energy, known as yin and yang, that this energy is a dual force the flows in a linear direction and that the human body enjoys good health if the two forms of energy that completely change into each other in circulating movements are equal and if such equality is lacking, the human body is likely to suffer from certain types of disease.

What is “Chi”?

We all are aware that air is invisible but we sense its power whenever a typhoon passes by? The ancient Chinese suspected that air must be made of matter that carried energy. They concluded that since man depended on water, food, and inhaled air for the energy needed by their bodies, this energy is generated by these three factors. In traditional Chinese medicine, this energy is called “blood and chi.” The circular movements inside the human body for sustaining the equality between yin and yang is based on the invisible energy of chi and the energy of visible blood for momentum. This may also be depicted as the mechanical activities of viscera such as the kidneys, traditionally manifested as “kidney chi”. Chi is the term that denotes the vital energy within a person – his life-power.

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January 15th, 2019 at 4:19 am

How To Derive The Benefits Of Falun Dafa

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Falun Dafa is a total ‘cultivation practice’ to hone the body and mind. Also known as Falun Gong, ‘cultivation’ is an exact word to explain the impact it has on the spirit, mind, and body since the demands work on the part of the person practicing this process. Like a garden, one literally ‘cultivates’ traits, by sowing seeds of goodness and not allowing that goodness be harmed by any event or circumstances. Genuine cultivation practices are designed to increase vitality and physical health of a person; however, the overall aim transcends that— it is to completely change the entire person. There are five basic exercises in this practice.

Utilize Tolerance, Compassion, and Truthfulness as Your Measuring Stick

The central tenets of tolerance, compassion, and truthfulness are at the heart of Falun Dafa. As a person continues practicing, he learns how to make use of these three standards as a yardstick to observe how he measures up to the everyday situations he encounters in everyday activities, in his work environment, and in his family life. Because the road to cultivation promotes awareness and self-reflection, the individual naturally can give up selfish emotions, desires, and addictions. The process of cultivation creates a mind that’s more benevolent and helps detoxify the physical body.

Who may perform Falun Dafa?

Falun Dafa is being by practiced by over a hundred million people in 114 countries.

The practitioners come from all walks of life and range from four year old children to seniors. The practice encompasses also people who are in the best of health and those who are frail and suffering from ailments; it is also accessible to veterans and newcomers alike. To learn Falun Dafa, the only requirement is a strong mind that’s devoid of mental problems, so that people receiving an education can be in total control of their consciousness.

The excellent benefits to health of Falun Dafa

Falun Dafa involves the growth of a person’s xinhsing, which is his heart nature, mind, or his moral character. Consequently, mild physical exercises and meditation are included in it. In the cultivation of the heart, the principle involves a method of learning to let go of attachments. Freeing yourself of attachments such as fear, anger, and jealousy makes your heart more compassionate and benevolent. The method of freeing sentiments is a journey of steady learning and passes a lot of levels. Everything in life becomes lighter once you understand how to take attachments and sentiments more lightly.

Based on the Oriental medicine concept of diseases, obstructed energy channels or meridians hinder the flow of energy, which is responsible in the occurrence of diseases. This is exacerbated by the burden and stress that a person encounters in life, especially because of karma. Only by practicing cultivation practice such as Falun Dafa can one restore the balance of energy to the body that then alleviates an ailment.

Transcending Optimal Health

Performing Falun Dafa is ideal for both the mind and body because it brings about peace of mind and mental clarity; alleviates stress; and infuses energy. If you could cultivate your mind based on the principles, setting aside physical problems, dramatic or even significant improvements are likely to arise. There are actually lots of interesting anecdotes that pertain to Falun Dafa’s outstanding cures. From almost every practitioner, one can hear the legends about its wonderful effects on those who would have either experienced it themselves.

When Exercising, Work on One Level

Falun Gong is comprised of five exercises that are very easy to learn and complement each other with their gentle motions. One can learn the fundamental movements of all the five exercises within an hour. As the first exercise opens the meridians in the body and eliminates energy blockages, the second exercise increases wisdom and promotes endurance. The cleansing of the body is attained in the third exercise and the fourth causes the energy in all energy channels to circulate through the stimulation of the Grand Cosmic Circuit, which is the main meridian of the body. After completing the four exercises, which are performed in a standing position, the number five exercise is done in a sitting meditation that strengthens a person’s divine powers and boosts the transformation of his karma.

Falun Dafa is something that neither offers any easy solutions nor cures any illnesses. Those who have great health benefits from practicing it did not gain them due to a strong desire to have their sickness cured. While most people have tried a ‘quick fix’ before truly understanding the principles of Falun Dafa, they will start to cultivate the more superior principles this practice has to offer once they begin.

“Thrive Wellness Center
1244 S Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
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January 8th, 2019 at 2:22 pm

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Cupping Therapy For Treatment Of Respiratory And Lung Conditions

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Most of us are probably familiar of herbal medicine, massage therapy, acupuncture in Maitland and the other more popular modalities of TCM or traditional Chinese medicine. But, when we study TCM a little deeper, we find that there are other lesser-known treatment protocols that TCM practitioners use on a regular basis. One of these therapies is called cupping therapy which is used to alleviate a host of maladies.

Cupping therapy involves the application of small jars or cups to the skin and suctioning toxins away from the body. It is a practice that dates as far back as 1500 B.C., when the ancient people of Egypt used it to address a wide range of health conditions including pain, weak appetite, menstrual disorders, vertigo and fever. Cupping therapy was used by Taoist herbalists to encourage relaxation, eliminate toxins from the body and bring about healthy circulation, to mention just a few.

Nowadays, this incredibly versatile yet simple procedure is still used to treat all types of health problems making it an ideal replacement to surgery and drugs for a lot of individuals. The cups may be made of bamboo, plastic, glass, or even silicon but they possess an impressive track record of clinical effectiveness that justifies their worth for further study.

How does Chinese cupping therapy work?

The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine states that a practitioner of TCM will generate suction first inside the cups. This is done by placing rubbing alcohol to the cup’s bottom and then lighting a match stick to set the cup on fire. The oxygen inside the cup gets used up producing suction inside the cup and the heat within the cup eventually cools.

The cups are then either moved across the body in a circular or to and fro motion (which is a process known as gliding cupping) or placed stationary on the skin. In both processes, the suction within the cups creates negative pressure which lifts the skin towards the cup, contrary to the positive pressure brought about by massage. The negative pressure tranquilizes the nervous system, encourages healthy blood circulation, and helps relax the muscles.

According to the PCOM or Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, while it is sometimes used as a standalone treatment, cupping therapy is usually combined with acupuncture in one treatment. It is used to relieve treat, cellulite, rheumatism, migraines, fatigue, anxiety, tight muscles, and neck and back pains.

Combined with acupuncture, cupping therapy can provide incredible relief. One reason it is usually combined with acupuncture is that both therapies exploit the natural meridian lines of the body. These are channels or pathways through which the chi or life energy of the body circulates. Cupping therapy uses the five meridian lines in the back since it is routinely used on the back. This is designed to both relax and balance the chi and widen the meridians through which energy circulates.

The PCOM added, “Cupping is probably the best deep-tissue treatments once can avail of and it is known to impact tissues up to four inches deep from the epidermis. Within these four inches of affected materials, arteries and veins can be refreshed, blockages can be removed, and toxins can be eliminated. The therapy can even be administered on the ankles, legs, wrists, and hands, thus providing healing to certain organs associated with these points.”

Cupping therapy has also been known to treat respiratory and lung conditions, including the common cold and asthma effectively. In fact, based on the earliest recorded conditions, among the various systems of the body, the respiratory system is the system that most especially benefited from cupping therapy.

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January 8th, 2019 at 2:17 pm

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What Is Holistic Drug Rehabilitation Therapy?

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Eastern philosophy is a major part of our culture and we often hear people on TV approach physical and mental issues with natural and alternative types of healing. Holistic drug rehabilitation includes the use of a plan of treatment that will help heal the spirit, mind, and body of the addict. This includes the use of medications for detoxifying the patient if that is what the alcohol or drug abuser needs. However, the plan itself will often contain elements that integrate psychotherapy, herbal medicine, acupuncture in Boca Raton, yoga therapy, and vitamin supplements.

If a patient has been diagnosed with a psychiatric classification from the dsm IV-R, has major bipolar depression, or has a dual diagnosis, then a holistic drug rehabilitation program should be used to address these issues. There will be simple exercise classes, meals will be usually prepared using natural ingredients, and the person as a whole will be treated. This won’t mean there’s no tough love or rules but eastern nutritional therapies the east will be also included.

Holistic therapies are unique for each type of patient. Some holistically oriented drug recovery rehab programs may involve group walks, guided imagery, and breathing exercises. Is this therapy for a loved one or for you? If you’re already interested in spirituality, meditation, health foods, and vitamins this can complement your style perfectly. People who promote the holistic recovery path believe that conventional approaches only tackle the physical aspect of the person. They believe that unless the mental and spiritual factors are dealt with as well as the introduction of a new routine of nutrition, success won’t happen. To be fair, all conventional therapies have a psychotherapy component and do help therapists dig in into ghosts from the patient’s past and into their family background that lead to self-destructive patterns. The holistic programs however, do emphasize a natural approach and aims to treat the patient as a whole.

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January 1st, 2019 at 3:48 am

What Is Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

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There are various forms of alternative treatments and therapies. Some of the popular ones are shiatsu, Reiki therapy, aromatherapy, acupressure, acupuncture in Bellingham, and even crystal therapy. MLD or manual lymphatic drainage is one other example. This form of alternative treatment is based on the premise that treatment and healing can be accomplished by restoring the natural lymphatic state of the body. It actually is a type of massage therapy that targets the lymph vessels and nodes of the body. Read the following facts in order to find out whether manual lymphatic drainage is appropriate for you

The Roots of Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a natural form of alternative therapy that began in the 1930’s. It was prohibited to tinker with the human lymphatic system at that time. MLD was first utilized by Estrid and Emil Vodder, two Danish physicians – – to address chronic sinusitis and disorders of the immune system. In 1836, they introduced it to France. Nowadays, MLD is widely used in various areas of the world.

How Does MLD Work?

You will be evaluated by a specialist when you enter a clinic that specializes in manual lymphatic drainage. Your general condition and health will be examined after which you will be given recommendations about the MLD sessions that suit you. A session may last for one hour to one and a half hours. You will be given a light and rhythmic massage combined with specialized and gentle pumping techniques. Generally, the movement aims to follow the direction of the flow of your body’s lymph which stimulates the lymphatic vessels. You need to remember that these vessels play a huge part in delivering antibodies and much needed nutrients to your body. It also plays an active part in freeing waste particles and toxins from your body. Lymph vessel stimulation is vital in eliminating the obstructions within. This action can strengthen the immune system and also help resolve ailments such as infections, allergies, headaches, and even low energy levels.

What are the Benefits of Manual Lymphatic Drainage?

Now that know what manual lymphatic drainage massage is, we now need to talk about what it can do for your general condition and everyday health. MLD, first and foremost, is actually a remedial therapy. This means that it is a generally accepted form of treatment for certain ailments. It has been shown to work extremely well in removing rheumatoid arthritis, stomach bloating, edema, sinus congestion, and even migraines. Since it promotes tissue healing, it may also be effective in treating fractures, torn ligaments, and sprains. There are reports that MLD can help treat burns, wounds, scars, acne, and even ugly stretch marks. Secondly, it is considered a preventive form of treatment helping strengthen the immune system of the body which prevents you from easily contacting disease. It also helps regulate the circulatory system. Besides its preventive and remedial qualities, MLD massage therapy is also a popular way to alleviate people from tension and stress so it can be part of a relaxing and healthy habit.

Written by Valerie

January 1st, 2019 at 3:46 am

What Is Oriental Medicine?

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The system of healthcare that aims to treat the individual as a whole is known as Oriental medicine. As all holistic health approaches do, Oriental medicine, which includes TCM or traditional Chinese medicine, Tuina massage, acupressure, herbal medicine, and acupuncture, is designed to balance the spirit, body, and mind. These treatment modalities have already been in use even before the advent of modern civilization. In truth, Oriental medicine predates Christ’s birth by about five millennia.

Aside from nutritional counseling, practitioners of modern Oriental medicine often utilize a mixed bag of natural healing therapies when treating patients. They include Chinese herbal medicine, cupping therapy, moxibustion, Tai Chi, and acupuncture, among others.

Acupuncture in King of Prussia

In Oriental medicine, acupuncture is grounded on the notion that the body is made up of energy channels or meridians. These channels have “acupoints” that control the flow of vital energy or chi. According to this belief, by inserting hair-like filiform needles into the acupoints, underlying problems can be treated. How? Acupuncturists believe that the sticking of needles at certain acupoints can help eliminate blockages, and enable Chi to freely flow unhindered throughout the meridians. This, in part, helps restore balance and health to the body and balances the life force.

Auriculotherapy

Auriculotherapy or auricular acupuncture is a different type of acupuncture that some Oriental medicine practitioners administer to treat certain types of disease. This unique form of acupuncture entails the sticking of acupuncture needles into the meridians of the auricle or outer ear. Acupuncturists who offer this treatment are usually certified and uniquely trained in this procedure.

Practitioners of Oriental medicine can also treat patients using cupping or moxibustion therapies. In moxibustion, the herb or “mugwort,” or is used.

Cupping Therapy

In Oriental medicine, cupping is used to help eliminate toxins and negative blood from the body. Flame or heat is sometimes used and briefly applied to the inside of the cup(s). They are then immediately placed on the patient’s skin. This produces a suction-like effect on the skin. To promote pain relief and healing, practitioners of Chinese medicine slide the cup from one point to another. This method is also known as “gliding.”

Moxibustion

In moxibustion therapy, Chinese herbs are grounded and burned. They then are applied onto the affected acupoints in the body or set on the upper tip of acupuncture needles. Moxibustion is designed to naturally warm these areas of the body and to help improve the flow of Chi.

Tai Chi

Doctors of Oriental medicine may also recommend as a natural health exercise to patients, Qigong and Tai Chi. Tai chi is a slow-motion, defense art widely known for its stress-reducing effects. Moreover, it can be a good way to enhance one’s range of motion and flexibility in the muscles and joints and to improve balance.

Qigong

Qigong is usually combined as a breathing exercise with Tai Chi practice to maintain and improve health.

As with any health professional, one needs to verify the credentials of a potential doctor of Oriental medicine. Oriental medicine practitioners and acupuncturists should have the license to practice their profession in the State where they reside. To attain licensure, these practitioners are mandated by the State they live in to be certified with the NCCAOM or National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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December 18th, 2018 at 12:01 pm

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What To Expect In An Auricular Acupuncture Treatment

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Stimulating auricular acupuncture points is one way to stimulate the body in order to overcome a disease.

Ear or auricular acupuncture in Cleveland is a specialized alternative treatment in which acupuncture points on the auricle or outer ear are activated with disposable, small and sterile needles to treat a wide range of chronic problems. In the therapy, the ear is viewed as a microcosm of the body with the auricle representing an inverted fetus in a woman’s uterus) with each acupoint relating to a specific anatomical area.

Theories as to how Auricular Acupuncture Works

The latest Western perspective about how Auricular Acupuncture works is explained when the outer ear, which contains a large amount of nerve endings is stimulated dispatching electrical signals to the nervous system, to the area of the body affected. Therefore, by inserting a needle in the neck acupoint, any pain in the body will be relieved.

In Traditional Chinese medicine, the life energy of the body known as Chi moves through channels in the body called meridians, and all these meridians gather at the ear. Illness arises when the Chi in our body becomes blocked or unbalanced. By sedating or tonifying these acupoints with acupuncture therapy, our health improves and we then obtain a healthy balance of Chi within our body.

How does a procedure of Auricular Acupuncture treatment go?

A session of auricular acupuncture treatment involves sticking five or six small sterile, small disposable needles in each ear. The needles are inserted into acupoints associated with the body part that is ailing, so when we apply a needle in the neck acupoint we may be relieving pain in body part connected to the needled area in the ear. A treatment plan may customized by your acupuncturist to suit your individual needs. Small press tacks or acupuncture magnets may be taped to your ears in between rounds of acupuncture treatments.

Is Auricular Acupuncture a Painful Treatment?

People who are treated with ear acupuncture should never feel pain. You may be required to perform a special breathing technique while the needles are being inserted. At first, you may feel a slight stinging sensation, but this will be felt for just an instant once the needles are in place. The needles remain in the ear for less than an hour. In-between treatments, small press needles or magnets may be taped to selected acupoints in your ears.

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December 18th, 2018 at 11:58 am

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Choosing The Qi Gong System That Works Best For You

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One should not assume that a specific system of Qi Gong would be appropriate for everyone; rather, it is up to the individual to search for a system that best suits his goals and requirements.

What one should get out of Qi Gong practice is the first thing any person interested in qi gong should think about. They should select a system that will give them what it is they want.

It ‘s important to be really clear what it is that one wishes to gain, what kind of practice a person is interested in, and how much time does he have to devote each day.

There are certainly many systems that are designed to develop certain skills or to attain certain goals along with the goal of boosting a person’s overall health. Iron Body Qi Gong would be one such example. These kinds of systems focus on enhancing the ability of the body to withstand blows. While the system may not be for everyone, it is an ideal way to train people interested in martial arts. Some systems are designed to help strengthen or enhance a certain organ system. If you have an underlying health problem or an imbalance that needs to be addressed, this type of training would be of tremendous benefit for you. Being clear about what it is that you expect from your practice and what it is that you know and want from your practice are the most important things when choosing the right system of qi gong for you.

On other thing to consider is how much time each day you have to allot to your practice. There are practices that only take a few minutes to go through while others may require lots of hours or even more. It would be impractical to select a system that does not fit into a person’s daily schedule if he’s very busy. One should consider that a certain enthusiasm tends to fade with time when first starting on a practice. We should be realistic in assessing a person’s motivation and how much time he or she is willing to devote to the practice. For several weeks, about one and a half hours of practice each day is okay although we might begin looking for excuses as to why we’re unable to practice that day. Searching for a system to practice at the outset that requires less time would be more realistic. This can lead to benefits and outcomes that can help motivate us to endure and persevere.

The last thing to consider is what kind of things we’re interested in. All Qi Gong systems are not the same. If you find it a bit tedious to sit still for long periods of time then you should not select a system that requires this. If you’re unable to move energetically, then a system that requires that will be impractical for you, you need to choosing something that you find fun to practice and interesting.

If you find a system that provides the benefits that you’re looking, fits into your daily schedule, and one that you enjoy practicing, then you have found the Qi Gong system most suited for you.

Heather Shultz is a licensed acupuncturist in Marlton, NJ with advanced training in modern acupuncture techniques and traditional Asian therapies.

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November 13th, 2018 at 2:11 pm