Sleep Practices for Nightly Serenity

Falling Asleep Naturally Qigong and TCM Essentials
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Falling Asleep Naturally Qigong and TCM Essentials

Falling Asleep Naturally Qigong and TCM Essentials. Are you tired of tossing and turning at night, struggling to fall asleep? Let’s dive into the essential keys to drifting off naturally and effortlessly with James Saper, your expert guide in Qigong and TCM principles.

What are the four essential tasks for achieving easy sleep?

  • Regulating Your Body’s Internal Clock: Modern life can throw our day and night cycles out of sync. Learn how to realign your body’s natural rhythm for better sleep.
  • Opening Your Energy Channels: Picture a river flowing freely, unobstructed by debris. That’s how your energy channels should be. Discover how to release tension and blockages, allowing your qi and consciousness to flow smoothly.
  • Letting Go of Mental Clutter: Your mind can be a busy place, especially when you’re trying to fall asleep. Explore techniques to quiet the chatter and ease into a state of peaceful relaxation.
  • Finding Stillness Within: Once your energy settles at its core, it’s time to let it rest. Learn how to cultivate inner calmness and tranquility, essential for a restful night’s sleep.

But here’s the catch: falling asleep isn’t something you can force. The more you try to control it, the more elusive it becomes. Instead, focus on creating the right conditions for sleep to naturally unfold.

In the next lesson, you’ll delve into strategies for staying asleep throughout the night. But for now, concentrate on opening those energy channels, calming the mind, and embracing the serenity of sleep. Picture yourself drifting on a gentle stream, carried away by the peaceful currents of the night.

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VIDEO INDEX
0:00 | Story Explaining Different Approaches in Qigong
2:40 | Story of the River
5:30 | Applying the Analogy of the River to Your Health
7:20 | 4 Things that Need to Happen to Help You Sleep
11:10 | Floating Supported in the Water Imagery
14:45 | Two Main Things that You Need to Set the Stage for Sleep
15:40 | Qigong Warm-up
30:20 | Movements and Massage for Sleep
30:25 | Natural Respiration
31:30 | Tapping to Find the Rhythm of the Day and Night
37:30 | Going Within
37:40 | Tapping of the Torso
39:05 | Raising and Lowering the Palms to Settle the Qi
40:15 | Extending the Palm and Bending the Knee
42:10 | Integrating the Qi
44:00 | Opening and Closing the Middle Dantian (at the Solar Plexus)
46:40 | Three Lines Meditation

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Yoga Nidra for Deep Sleep | Duration: 49:00 Min

Aryuvedic Principles and Acupressure Massage for Sleep

Aryuvedic Principles and Acupressure Massage for Sleep | Duration: 47:00 Min

Guasha for Insomnia

Guasha for Insomnia | Duration: 39:00 Min

Chinese Dietary Therapy for Insomnia

Chinese Dietary Therapy for Insomnia | Duration: 21:00 Min

Feng Shui for Deep and Calm Sleep

Feng Shui for Deep and Calm Sleep | Duration: 11:00 Min

Tranquil Yoga Kriya & Meditation for Sleep

Tranquil Yoga Kriya & Meditation for Sleep | Duration: 33:00 Min

Falling Asleep Naturally Qigong and TCM Essentials

Falling Asleep Naturally Qigong and TCM Essentials | Duration: 56:00 Min

Staying Asleep Qigong Essentials

Staying Asleep Qigong Essentials | Duration: 57:00 Min

Yin Qigong and Inner Smile Meditation

Yin Qigong and Inner Smile Meditation | Duration: 34:00 Min