Xi Sui Jingqi-Gong

what is XI SUI JING qi gong

 

Xi Sui Jingqi-Gong is an inner form of Qi Gong. Until a few years ago, this form of exercise was still subject to the secrecy of the Shaolin Monastery in China at the foot of the sacred Song Shan Mountains. This monastery, built in 495 AD by the Chinese Emperor Xiaowen for the Indian monk Batuo, is considered the place of origin for Chan (=Zen) Buddhism and the cradle of martial arts.

 

Due to the inestimable value for the human health of body and mind, the 30th abbot of the temple, Grand Master Shi Yong Xin, finally decided to spread the teachings in a qualified manner.

These are 12 Qi Gong exercises that have a 1500-year tradition and were developed by the legendary Indian monk Bodidharma (28th successor of Buddha Shakyamuni and founder of Chan Buddhism) for the purpose of further intensifying the self-healing powers.

 

 

Xi Sui Jingqi-Gong based on the exercises of Yi-Jin-jing Qi Gong. According to traditional Shaolin medicine, these exercises can lead to bone strengthening, bone marrow cleansing, and blood quality further improving. It consists of 12 individual exercises, which are performed in a sitting position. The exercises flow into each other and are coordinated by a coordinated breathing. The 12 exercises of Xi Sui Jing QI gong transform the breath qi into strong internal energy (gong). Through the practice of Xi Sui Jingqi-Gong, which is also called "bone marrow washing", the body should be stimulated to release energy blockages and to increase and harmonize the energy flow.

 

What do I need Xi SUI JING qi gong

 

Xi Sui Jing qi Gong is intense mindfulness practice. The bodily feeling is developed and the spirit is trained.

By correctly executing Xi Sui Jingqi-Gong the original Qi should be strengthened, the Qi should be directed into the bones and deep inside the body in order to be able to unfold its healing effect there. In this way, the blood and the bone marrow should be cleaned, strengthened and built up, and the aging process should be slowed down. Through regular attentive practice you will learn to feel the energy flow and can thus harmonize your Qi, which leads to inner peace and a clarified flow of thoughts. You make a valuable contribution to maintaining your health or the recovery of your body and mind.

The effect of Qi Gong can be used preventively and to support therapy in the healing and alleviation of high blood pressure, diabetes, insomnia, headaches, digestive problems, heart and circulatory diseases, nervous disorders, tendencies to depression, diseases of the spine and the musculoskeletal system. Due to the blood-cleansing effect attributed to it, Xi-Sui-Jing-Qi-Gong is also described in traditional Shaolin medicine as a stroke prophylaxis.

With long-term serious practice, an awareness is created on a deeper level in order to experience harmony between body and mind and to make the true self recognizable.

 

 

 

Xi Sui Jing qi Gong & Burnout

 

This qi Gong practice is particularly well suited, not only to prevent burnout, but also as a method of self-healing in the case of an existing burnout diagnosis.

 

The reason for this lies on the one hand in the special exercise process, which is characterized by pronounced, conscious slowness and the calming and clearing of the mind, which can thus come to rest and regenerate. On the other hand, this practice is particularly beneficial for the regulation and balancing of organ functions (which also includes the brain) and in particular for strengthening the kidney essence, which also stands for storing life energy according to TCM.

Xi Sui Jing Qi Gong can be seen as an excellent method of "recharging your batteries" and "overhauling". The design of the offer in an individual setting guarantees individual adaptation to the respective needs and absolute freedom from stress in the exercise context.

The positive effects unfold very quickly. However, sustainability can only develop with long-term, regular (at least 3 times a week) serious practice.

 

 

how do i learn XI SUI JING QI gong

The external forms of exercise can be learned relatively quickly. However, the effectiveness only arises through a consistent, repeated practice of awareness within the forms of movement. This happens extremely slowly in coordination with conscious, gentle breathing. The attention must be drawn completely inward to the bodily sensation. The resulting awareness relieves the restless spirit so that it can increasingly follow the inner and outer movement in unity with all its strength and clarity.

 

Infuse every movement with awareness

 

In an introductory course of 10 units Xi Sui Jing qi gong Stretching exercises (Ba Jins) and the 12th Xi Sui Jing qi gong exercises taught. The introductory course is designed for subsequent independent practice.

In order to ensure an exact execution of the exercise in the learning process and to be able to take into account the individual resources and deficits of the learners, I offer mine qi Gong courses only individually or in a partner setting. To help develop an exercise routine, practice together occurs twice a week whenever possible.

 

  • The body is prepared for the actual Qi Gong practice through special BaJins stretching and relaxation exercises in order to strengthen the meridian flow and dissolve energy blockages. Muscles, tendons and ligaments are made supple and strengthened. The breathing that is coordinated with the exercises leads to a better supply of oxygen and activates the self-healing powers.

 

  • Standing, sitting and walking meditation promote the coordination and harmonization of all parts of the body and clear the mind through mindfulness.

 

  • It is absolutely necessary for the practitioner to adopt a concentrated, meditative attitude for the execution. If the exercises are carried out without inner stillness and concentration, the desired results will not occur. Achieving this inner stillness and focus is part of the learning and practice process.

 

  • XI SUI JING QI GONG can be practiced by young and old and is suitable for beginners. The number of exercises depends on individual progress and does not necessarily have to include all exercises.

 

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