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Qigong to Refine the Senses

Qigong to Refine the Senses. By connecting with vital qi energy and removing yourself from judgment and attachment, you have the potential to realize your potential. Through clarity and focus on the senses, you also release grief and loss. A helpful guide is the Dao De Jing. The Dao De Jing is the original source text for the religion and ideas of Daoism. Chapter 10 poses three questions that help you begin to see the self as whole and in the present moment.

  • Can you embrace your spirit and hold your body as one without separation?
  • Can you gather your qi gently like a baby?
  • Can you clarify your subtle vision and not be jaded?

The chapter ends by advising you to “create and foster, create and not possess, act without dependence, lead but don’t rule. This is called subtle virtue.”

Some other ways to think about what the Dao De Jing is saying are as follows.

  • Can you embrace the mind and the body? Can you integrate them as one?
  • Can you gather your qi but not hold and control it? Can you gather it in gently?
  • Can you refine your senses and not be jaded, not apply judgment to the information that comes in?

When you refine your senses, you open possibilities for creating, being generative, and living in abundance. You also can use these gifts, your qi, your life force, wisely in a way that doesn’t command and control.

This qigong flow starts the process of refining the senses and engaging the emotions. In the process, you will create transformations in your body, your channels, yourself, thereby increasing your potential and becoming more of who your ought to be.

How does Qigong to Refine the Senses help with grief and loss?

Qigong, an ancient Chinese practice that integrates movement, breath, and meditation, can be profoundly helpful in dealing with grief and loss by refining the senses and promoting overall well-being. Here’s how qigong can help:

  1. Energetic Balance: Qigong works with the body’s energy system, aiming to balance the flow of Qi (life force energy) throughout the body. Grief and loss can disrupt the flow of Qi, leading to emotional and physical imbalances. By practicing qigong, individuals can restore harmony to their energy system, promoting emotional stability and resilience.
  2. Somatic Awareness: Qigong involves gentle, flowing movements that are performed with mindfulness and intention. Through these movements, individuals can cultivate somatic awareness, or awareness of bodily sensations. This heightened awareness can help individuals recognize and release physical tension and emotional blockages associated with grief.
  3. Breathwork: Qigong emphasizes deep, mindful breathing. Conscious breathing techniques practiced in qigong can help regulate the nervous system and calm the mind, providing relief from the intense emotions often experienced during grief. By focusing on the breath, individuals can anchor themselves in the present moment and find a sense of peace amidst the turmoil of loss.
  4. Mindfulness and Presence: Qigong encourages mindfulness and presence in the here and now. By focusing on the sensations of movement, breath, and energy, individuals can cultivate a sense of groundedness and acceptance. This can be particularly beneficial when navigating the waves of grief, allowing individuals to acknowledge and honor their emotions without becoming overwhelmed by them.
  5. Refined Sensory Perception: Through regular practice, qigong can refine the senses, including heightened sensitivity to subtle energies and internal states. This refined sensory perception can help individuals develop a deeper understanding of their emotional landscape and cultivate greater self-awareness. By tuning into their inner experiences, individuals can learn to navigate grief with greater resilience and grace.

Overall, qigong offers a holistic approach to healing from grief and loss, addressing the physical, emotional, and energetic aspects of the individual. By refining the senses and cultivating presence, qigong can help individuals navigate the grieving process with greater ease and resilience.

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