Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that Yi (the mind) leads Qi (life energy) which creates Li (strength/flexibility of body) : basically, through directing the mind we move our energy and in turn, create physical strength ...cycling through ‘the three’ towards a balanced wholeness.
So, just as activity and strength are vital, meditation is just so : mindfulness retrains the mind to, in between wanderings, regain focus on what we are trying to achieve. Power of mind leads to a powerful and healthier body because Yi is our control centre and any Qi begins from this mental process before we can be energised and feel a fortified Li that can spark action!
If you feel stuck in your cycle towards balanced wholeness, TCM is a pivotal building block of kinesiology and can check ‘the three’ for blockages. Balanced Yi Qi Li is🔑!🙏🏻☀️breathe. listen. be well.
Parts from article ‘An Other Perspective’ by Jeff Shearer in The Art of Healing Vol 1 Issue 50 Mar/May 2015
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