Pathways of Qi: Exercises & Meditations to Guide You Through Your Body's Life Energy Channels. Matthew Sweigart

This is a how-to from Chinese Medicine expert Matthew Sweigart.  The exercises and meditations involved deal with meridian's and the flow of energy, the end result of which, is to live sans the blockages that years of hurt and pain have left on our psyche's.  Like reiki, Qi is a gentle art form.

Part One covers the Twelve Regular Channels (meridian's).  They are named for the internal organs in the main body cavities, for which they are the most associated with.  These are the Lung, Large Intestine, Stomach, Spleen/Pancreas, Heart, Small Intestine, Bladder, Kidney, Gall Bladder, Liver, Pericardium and the Triple Warmer.  Sweigart likens the meridian's as a map of our internal system.

Pathways of Qi The meridian's are a somewhat complex set of ideas.  We glossed over a lot of that is it overwhelms our bipolar mind.  It is worthy of study.  Not for us.  Not now.  However, you need to try to read through it, as the first part of the book deals with the intimate workings of the meridian's.

Consider the meridians to be energetic rivers made of God's Light and Love which flow through our bodies, pathways that when associated with can bring healing and peace to us, healing us from the inside out.
Leslie Suttkus, Ascension Reiki

 We would be remiss if we did not add that these preliminary opportunities for learning are well-written.  They do not reach into the stratosphere with superfluously difficult or long words. They are written for the average reader.

In Part Two, we begin with with meridian's through touch, meditation and Qigong. 

There are many outstanding concepts in this simplistic piece.  We wanted so much to quote this learned man.  However, this is not possible considering that the book is not yet published. 

About the Author:

Matthew Sweigart, CI, (Northern California) is the Director of Education of the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia. He is also the director and primary instructor of the HeartMind Shiatsu 300 hour training program. In 1988, he founded Ohashiatsu® Chicago, and currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Zen Shiatsu Chicago. Matthew is also the author of Touching Ki, Meridian Qigong, and several other books and DVDs.

Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (October 8, 2016)
Publication Date: October 8, 2016
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English

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