"And He feeds me and quenches my thirst and when I fall sick then He (Allah) cures me" [Soorah Shu'araa: 80]


Healing Exercise

The Tai-Chi Circle of Life

This fluid breathing exercise is adapted from Daniel Reid's book The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity. It incorporate your body and mind with the four distinct stages of breathing: inhalation, retention, exhalation and pause.Breathing exercises help relax the nerves, calm the heart, boost circulation and enhance energy reserves

1- Stand with your heels together and toes splayed at 45 degree angle, knees bent and spine erect. Bring your hands together in front of you, below the navel, palms up, with right hand cupped in left

2-Empty your lungs, then slowly inhale. as you inhale, slowly raise your hands out to the sides, palms up and make as wide a circle as possible with your arms as you raise them above your head. At the same time, slowly starighten your kness,with your hands still raised above your head and your lungs full.Tuck in your pelvis, retain briefly, and swallow audibly. Be sure to keep your neck as strethed as possible

3- Slowly exhale through your nose. At the same time, gradually lower your hands, palms down, in a straight line back down to the starting position, while bending your knees into a semi-squat position

4-Empty your lungs with a final contraction, pause to relax your abdominal wall, then turn your palms upward, cup them, and begin another inhalation. Repeat 10-20 times

1 comment:

Ane Recafort said...

In ancient cultures, the medicine man or shaman used a holistic, mind-body-spirit approach, which meant complete healing of the patient on all levels--physically, emotionally, and spiritually. But now, we rely solely on physicians to heal our bodies. We have lost the necessary co-treatment of mind and spirit.

ilchi lee prayer of peace


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