How do you heal with Chi?

chi-healing-2A. From a Chinese Medicine perspective Chi is the basic energy that is the “alive” living electricity aspect of our biology.  Chi leaves the body when we die and without Chi we are just a collection of organic matter (skin, bones, etc).   Chi is responsible for the repairing and healing of our body.

If more chi can be focused to an area that needs healing then it will heal faster.  Also, often an injured area tends to block chi due to tension and trauma in and around the area.

A Chi Healing practitioner can remove blockages and focus chi directly to any area that needs it.  The basic chi healing method involves several steps.

  1. The practitioner scans and feels the subtle energy field and feels for disturbances and differences in the field.  There are as many different sensations as there are injuries and maladies.  The initial learning process for this must be directed by an experienced teacher who can help the beginner decipher and interpret what they are feeling.
  2. Either pull out the blockage and any accumulated stagnant/negative and then replace it with Universal Chi or simply focus Universal Chi to the area.
  3. Seal the area so that the chi can flow and the energy field is put back into its natural state once again.


Q. What does it mean to Balance Chi?

A. Essentially the human body has some very specific energy characteristics.  For example, in a healthy person most of the body energetically feels the same without any disturbances or temperature variations in the energy field.  If an organ or area feels inappropriately icy cold or burning hot or the field has a major bulge or depression in it then at the very least the person’s energy is unbalanced.

It is common for most people with a typical modern day unhealthy lifestyle to be a bit unbalanced.  For example, most people do not drink enough water and hence their kidneys energetically feel hot.  As long as there are no significant medical issues preventing the person from drinking water the energy fix for this is very simple.  Tell them to drink more water.  In a healthy person this will bring them into balance.

A person’s energy can also become imbalanced by stress and emotional issues.  There are some very simple Chi Kung physical, mental and breathing exercises for practitioners to relax and rebalance their energy.  It is also important to take care of yourself and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Comments

  1. Can one achieve self healing with Chi?
    Can one balance their own Chi, Ying and Yang?
    Can Chi bring environmental healing to one as well, say like good fortune, prosperity? Will this coarse help one to help bring Ying and Yang in balance to others?

  2. how do i find my chi?

    • Matt Holker says:

      Practice 🙂

      Why do you want it? Do you want to feel invigorated and powerful in your daily activities, do you want to use Chi to heal others, or perhaps both? Without knowing anything more about you or your personal goals, I can confidently suggest our Energy Healing program. It starts with Chi Kung exercises to energize yourself and build your sensitivity to chi in others. Then it goes right into a rarely-seen-in-the-West Fa Kung Healing method. You can learn more here: http://www.clearstaichi.com/store-energy-healing

  3. Shreshth says:

    I can create chi balls. Can I use it to heal physical injuries?

    • Matt Holker says:

      With time and training, nearly anyone can be taught to heal with chi using our Fa Kung method. If you can already create energy balls, if I understand you correctly, then that is a good step towards being able to heal with chi and a strong indicator that you can learn and use our Fa Kung method successfully. Learn more here: http://www.clearstaichi.com/store-energy-healing

  4. Speaking clearly..I am just suffering from sexual exhaustion.Now I am going to gym regularly and eating properly but there is no significant change in my health. I believe in ancient medical system and hence I just want to know that can chi control cure me? because I have some serious eye issues now. Please reply

    • Matt Holker says:

      When practiced correctly under the tutelage of a true Master, Tai Chi can be massively helpful and healthy in ways you may not have expected, even for things like “eye issues.” That said, we are not medical doctors and we do not give medical advice. I cannot possibly tell you if Tai Chi is right for you based on a short, vague description of your ailments. You need to consult medical professionals for that kind of advice. Assuming that your doctor clears you to practice Tai Chi, any true Master should be able to give you advice specific to your needs. We always advise that you use Tai Chi as a supplement to regular medical treatment rather than a replacement for it.

      • Thank you for reply and where can I get proper knowledge of tai chi? Is there any web site or YouTube channel where I will get knowledge of tai chi?

        • Matt Holker says:

          Hello Aniket,

          Tai Chi is an incredibly vast art that requires deep study. YouTube can be a good place to start, but you will not find more than the tip of the iceberg there.

          We have created an online course for students like you. Our Level 1 and Level 2 Tai Chi programs combined have all the Tai Chi training you could ever ask for from the mechanical side of the art, and the bonus material includes our Level 3 (Combat Tai Chi) program. You can check it out for free here: https://www.clearmartialarts.com/clears-tai-chi-online/

  5. Charlie Hathaway says:

    I have heard that sensitivity to ch’i from others is often mistaken for having a lot of ch’i yourself. Can anyone explain?

    • Matt Holker says:

      Hi Charlie,

      Unfortunately Chi is a nebulous word that is used in a variety of ways, so the topic itself is confusing. I imagine it would be easy for someone without proper training to get confused. It would be easy enough to think that if you can feel Chi really well, you must have a lot of it yourself. In fact there are many skills related to Chi, and sensitivity is only one. It is important, and generally your sensitivity should improve as your reserve increases, but the two things are not one and the same.

  6. Hi , my name is Filip.
    I was foolish enough to do guided meditation on youtube and since then I have had severe head pressure.
    Many people say it is chi blocked there and it is possible to heal it by chi. Can you do it ,or know someone who can? Please help , I ready to go where ever it is necessary.

    • Hi Filip,

      If the issue is that your chi is blocked due to the guided mediation then it is possible to release the blockage with chi work.
      What state and big city are you located near? I ask so that I can direct you to someone close to where you live.

      Best Regards,
      Sigung Clear

      • Thank you so much for your reply,

        I live in Serbia , Southern Europe.

        I am willing to travel where ever is necessary if we can fix problem.

        Kindest regards,

        Filip

        • In Serbia visit a friend of mine Alex Kostic and see if he can help. Let him know that I sent you.
          You can contact him on Face Book at https://www.facebook.com/klubvukovi/ .

          • Thank you of the contact I really appreciate it. Unfortunately Alex is not sure what is really going on as he is not familiar with issues like this but he seems like great guy and we are going to have coffee during this week to see what can be done.
            Anyhow, I spoke today with QiGong teacher in Serbia and he called Chinese master in China so I might go to see him in January. Hope that can help.

            But please if you have anything else in mind ,or know where could I go please propose.

            With best regards,

            Filip

          • Hi Filip,

            Tell Alex to treat it the way he would any inappropriate tension stuck in your head by getting the focus of your intent to go down to your feet (and then down into the ground). This will help him to know how to help you.

            Best Regards,
            Sigung Clear

          • I will thank you very much for the kind input.

          • You are very welcome. Please keep me informed about how it goes.

          • Thank you , I will certainly .

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