30 Jan

Chi energy animates all living things

Do you have the motivation and energy to finish what you start?

Perhaps you do, but know someone close to you that is lacking in this area.

Do you beat yourself up whenever you seem to have no energy to get you through the day?

Find it hard to drag yourself out of bed in the morning, or feel tired after lunch and exhausted as you rush through the traffic to get to your next destination?

When things are not going our way we often get a little depressed and begin eating comfort or “fattening” food, go shopping or just drink our sorrows away?

Sound familiar?

If this is you… or is happening to someone close to you then the good news is, you’re not alone and there’s a solution. This has been happening for thousands of years and ancient healers using Traditional Chinese Medicine practice reprogramming of Chi energy to create change in your life.

The ancient eastern disciplines state that good health and wellbeing come from the inside. Our inner organs need energy or Chi (Qi) and space to function at their optimum.

Chi energy animates all living things. And although invisible to the naked eye, we feel it every day. How?

Well let’s say you’re very excited and can’t wait to do something? Your chi energy is probably strong.

Conversely, if you’re feeling lethargic and just can’t seem to get out of bed in the morning, your chi energy is probably weak.

Perhaps you’re angry, frustrated or feeling depressed? Your Chi is probably stuck or blocked

And, a weakened or blocked flow of this vital essence is considered the beginning of all disease. Conversely when you consciously cultivate and build your chi, you build your health and your personal power.

An example of strong personal power is dealing with an irate individual while having enough chi energy to remain calm in the midst of the storm.

Such mastery brings in valuable coping skills to one’s life and can be achieved through the practice of yoga, many marshall arts discipline including Chi Gong Aikido and kung fu as well as Tai Chi and Pilates.

Meditation is well known for creating a sense of relaxation as well as focus. And, it helps greatly with motivation and power. Whilst you’re in the meditative state, things become more clear and less jumbled. You can see more clearly what the issues of motivation are and act on them more consciously.

If you’d like to know more about how to build your chi energy and the natural living lifestyle you can come along to the upcoming Wellness Retreat to revitalise your mind, body and soul