What is Qigong Meditation Technique?
Qigong (also spelled Chi Kung or chi gung) is a Chinese word that means “life energy cultivation,” and is a body-mind exercise for health, meditation, and martial arts training. It typically involves slow body movement, inner focus, and regulated breathing. Traditionally it was practiced and taught in secrecy in the Chinese Buddhist, Taoist and Confucianist traditions.
Benefits of Qigong Meditation Technique:-
•Improved Function of the Internal Organs.
•Muscular and Joint Health.
•It Prevents and Heals Injuries.
•It Improved your Vascular Function.
•It is suitable for the Seriously Ill, Elderly, and the Physically Hindered.
•It helps in relieving stress
•It Makes You Fit.
The process of Qigong Meditation Technique:-
•Sit in a comfortable position.
•Make sure your body is balanced and centered.
•Relax your whole body – muscles, nerves, and internal organs
•Regulate your breathing, making it deep, long, and soft.
•Calm your mind
•Place all your attention in the “lower dantien,” which is the center of gravity of the body, two inches below the navel. This will help accumulate and root the qi (vital energy). Where your mind and intention is, there will be your qi. So, by focusing on the dantien, you are gathering energy in this natural reservoir.
•Feel the Qi circulating freely through your body.
That is why Qigong meditation may be more attractive to people that like to integrate a more active body and energy work into the practice.