The practice of Qigong
Practice the entire series of movements in the order listed at least once a day. If you have breast cancer or are under chemotherapy or radiotherapy, practice twice a day. Wu Ming Meridian Therapy can reduce the side effects of these treatments by helping your body to expel toxins.
Do not practice for at least half an hour after eating a meal or engage in sex.
Do not practice when you are menstruating.
Try to practice at the same time each day. The hours from 11:00 am-1: 00 pm and 5:00 pm-7: 00 pm are the best times to build Qi.
In addition to practice the movement as a whole, not each individual movement whenever you can, especially if you're in the final stages of breast cancer. Almost all movements can be done rather quietly, to take advantage of every moment, you can: Waiting for the train, watching television, or even talk on the phone.
Adapt exercises to your own ability. While it is difficult for you to stand, for example, movements in a sitting position. Likewise, movements that use of both arms can be done with one arm, while the other is locked. Avoid any movement is impossible for you to do.
Preparation for practice
Before starting to practice, take some deep breaths. Close your eyes and clear your mind - let go of all that is bothering you, just leave it all behind.
As you practice the movements of breathing naturally. These exercises do not require special breathing and no visualizations. (The principle of Wu Ming Meridian Therapy is that the technique is the best technique.) Concentrate on each movement as you do. If your mind starts to wander, imagine that you are drawing energy from the sun, moon and stars. Imagine the energy of the universe is filling your body and destroy all cancer diseases. Do not focus on an organ or body part, see your whole body becoming healthier. More importantly, take great joy in the knowledge that you can heal yourself. Qi you build must be gentle, joyful, peaceful and calm.
Once you learn the mechanics of each exercise, every movement slow down. Remember that Wu Ming Meridian Therapy is not aerobic, it is not intended to strengthen the muscle (although you'll have more physical strength with regular practice). They are slow, gentle movements that stimulate the flow of Qi through your body.
The most powerful tool traditional Chinese medicine has to offer treatment for breast cancer and prevention is qigong (pronounced chee-kung), an ancient system of exercises that increases Qi (vital energy), strengthens the immune system, and freeing the body of the innate healing ability.
In this section of the website, we'll learn a series of seven qigong exercises from a tradition known as Wu Ming. Each movement can unblock stagnant energy in the meridians, or energy channels, which pass through the area of the chest.
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