Start your morning with some mind-body therapy by including mental healing exercises. For instance, you might like to try a couple of daily techniques that come from Chinese Healing traditions. They provide ongoing healthy vibrations for the body and mind. Specifically, these practices require the ability to focus on visualizations and syllable sounds.
How It Works
The theory behind these practices is that certain images and specific sounds and sound syllables bring health-promoting positive well-being. Additionally, they flush out negative emotions and associated physical malaise.
First, in order to provide this release of toxins, you need to be able to focus on the region you want to heal. Then, imagine pulsing the smile or sound syllable into that region. Likewise, if you are not yet able to do so, keep practicing which, like any other skill, brings results.
From a Master Teacher
You may find it best to study with a mentor or therapist who can directly teach you this practice or another related physical, mental-emotional healing technique. For example, an international Chinese qigong expert, Mantak Chia, teaches two healing practices that he has shared with thousands of people: the Inner Smile and Six Healing Sounds practices.
You will vibrate with luminous light as you continue to make this exercise in spiritual healing a regular daily routine!
“Big dreams. Small Steps.”
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This article was written by Bobbi Rudin, a mind body spirit healthcare writer and instructor.