Internal exercise detoxes the body, and is the key to your longevity.
Art of Tai Chi Blog | Physical Health
Set Your Mind and Body in Motion with Internal Exercise…
When your energy levels are high, healing is taking place in your body. To heal is to optimize your health and well-being.
Remember a time when you were always healthy, extremely energetic, a time when you had good endurance? When you ran around a lot and didn’t feel tired all the time? When you had good digestion, when you were able to eat…
Yin-Yang is about working together, complementing each other, emphasizing one thing for the greater good, and enhancing each other. This is coherence and balance in life. There’s no more “us versus them” mentality, and your SPIRIT can be intact.
There is such a thing as not getting enough exercise, which is underdosing and getting too much, which is overdosing. So the Dao tells us, and the Dao is nature – nature tells us that extremes are no good.
When you do Tai Chi movements, they may be small, they may be slow, but it’s humbling. You feel alive. You have feelings of abundance because at this moment of time, you are truly present and you are feeling what you’re feeling now, not what you felt a day ago or a week ago…
When your energy is clear and free-flowing throughout your body, then you’re in perfectly good health. When your energy is not free-flowing throughout the body, then there are blockages that may be in the way to prevent your internal organs from receiving the nourishment they need to perform.
Bodily energy is divided into two types. One is yin energy, which is calm and sedated in nature. The other is yang energy, which is stimulative and tonic in nature. Both have to be in balance for you to have a good night’s sleep.
If you just go through the motions without feeling your hands, then Tai Chi would not be beneficial to you. It’s more important to learn to feel than it is to learn where your hands go. And to do that, you must learn to let go.
The human experience is processed by three components – the mind, heart and body. We observe with the mind. We feel with the heart. We live in the world through the body. These three components work together to make you an individual – one with the universe.
If you do not improve your balance, you increase your chances of having a fall. You have to be careful because you lose balance as you age or each time you catch a disease. And if you think this only happens to older people, then I would advise you to start preparing for fall prevention NOW.
Today, I am going to give you the inside scoop on breathing deeply. It’s important because you breathe in air and air is considered to be one of the primary sources of energy. Your energy is depleted through daily living…