Meditation and Qi Gong Exercise uses conscious breathing and
physical motion to heal and expand the senses, as well as
overcoming suffering through Mental, Physical, Spiritual and Sexual Awareness.
Learn a vast array of meditations and physical motions that can help
with migraines, fibromyalgia, depression, fatigue, anxiety, emotional well-being, mental clarity, pain, and more.
Two of these meditations are Grounding and Tribreathing.
To perform grounding while standing, place your feet side by side, slightly wider than your shoulders, bent knees, and your weight on your heels so that your toes come slightly off the ground, exhale through your nose. Let the warm air and energy flow down your bottom jaw and down your throat until it hits your collarbone.
It will then fork into three channels that run down your body at the same speed. One channel flows under your right arm, one under your left arm, and one down the center of your body. As the energy continues down past the groin, it splits again running down each leg all the way over the top of the feet and through the toes down into the ground. Even as the energy is travelling down your legs, it continues down the arms filling the hands more and more.
Next, making sure the weight is still on your heels, keeping your knees bent and your toes slightly up, inhale cool air through the tip of your nose. Try to feel that the air is rising from the ground, over your toes, and into your legs. The inhale pulls the cool energy up your legs, up the trunk of your body, and as it reaches chest height, it will fork three ways again, up each arm and into your head, reaching your hands and the roof of your mouth at the same time.
Finally pause your breathing and relax for a few seconds, and then repeat the same cycle again with your next exhale.
Grounding may also be done while sitting. Feet should still be wider than shoulder width, and you should sit all the way forward in the chair; far enough forward that you are sitting straight up without leaning back against anything and only the back of your butt is touching the chair.
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