Anti-aging, Energy work, Internal practices

Training your Internal Channels

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I am in Tampa for a few days, working with a group
of Qi Gong practitioners in a 3-day intensive
training. Whenever we take a few days out of our
lives just to train, the benefits are incredible.
You can go much deeper in your practice when
working with a group, and open to a new energy
that have always been available to you. You just
need to tap into it and cultivate the Qi. When we
are training, it activates the core channel or Tai
Qi pull and fills the cauldron. That’s where we
store the energy.

Although I practice every day, and train for an
hour or two, sometimes even longer, it’s a lot
different when you work with a group. There is a
massive amount of Qi generated and you are
latterly swimming in a sea of Qi. When you are in
training, everyone is working hard to move the Qi.
You pull in much more energy than you would be
able to do on your own. All you have to do is open
up to the energy and you will be able to absorb
massive amounts of Qi. The key is to be able to
store Qi in your lower belly, also called the Dan
Tian, or the cauldron. This is similar to building
the spiritual digestive system.

I found it easier when you start by moving the
energy into the cauldron. Imagine that you have a
ball of white light in your lower belly and let
that ball start to slowly roll. As it turns, allow
it to pull in more energy and start to heat up,
pulling in Qi from the bottom of your feet and the
top of your head. Keep the ball rolling in a
clockwise direction for 3 minutes. Then, stop,
relax, and reverse the direction of the ball,
continuing to pull in more and more energy.
Afterwards, stop the ball, and feel the energy
growing in the lower belly. You can use the energy
of the cultivated Qi.

Want to find out more about moving, growing, and
cultivating the Qi? Join me and the members of the
Qi Gong Inner Circle
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will receive an incredible teaching to improve
your health, wealth, and happiness.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhiimages

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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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