Om Namo Namah Na Ma Shi Va Ya …
Are you wondering what this has to do with Qigong?
As mentioned in the previous post “How to be a Qigong Master, part 1” I often describe Qigong as Chinese Yoga, and in fact it is. Qigong’s origins stem from Bodhidharma‘s yoga training of Shaolin monks in order to strengthen and develop the vitality necessary for their spiritual cultivation. Bodhidharma’s yoga was absorbed and integrated into the Chinese indigenous form of physical/mental practice known as qigong.
The previous post, “How to be a Qigong Master, part 1” referenced meditation as a key component of Qigong. Like Yoga, Religion, or nearly anything, there are many paths to the same destination. One method of meditation is using mantras and seed sounds to invoke the power of the energy. When you focus your breath, your intent, your concentration, and your voice on the syllables you naturally raise your vibration and harmonize your body, mind, spirit with the divine energy.
- Set an intention and create a declaration.
( ☆* Be well & joyful
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