In the Chinese culture, people have formed the habit of practicing spiritualism such as Chi, prana, or qigong.

In this case, they practice qigong when they need deep healing whenever they are faced with a health crisis.

That is why qigong follows some strict repetition of movements that are specifically engineered for healing.

The best thing about qigong is that it is so easy to learn and does not require you to do a lot. However, like most spiritual disciplines, you will need to have discipline.

Therefore, in this article, I shall take you through the feeling one gets after practicing qigong. Read on to find out more information.

About Qigong

Growing up, I had to learn so much about Chinese culture because I grew up among them.

Even though I was not Chinese, I had friends who were Chinese and one of the most important things I learned and admired about their culture is spiritualism.

I gained knowledge and enough information about Chi and prana, and qigong. However, I found qigong to be less demanding and more enjoyable than the others.

All I needed to do to grasp the qigong concept is to practice as often as possible and I will start feeling the energy rejuvenating my body.

What makes qigong a better option for me is that you can use it to acquire healing mostly when dealing with health issues. Nonetheless, it will only take you a few sessions of practice for you to start feeling its impact.

If you wish to feel deeply connected with qigong, then you will need to engage in the regular and timely practice. All these will require you to have discipline.

Later on, your body will gain deep strengthening, and vital systems such as the respiratory, nervous, and digestive systems will feel the energy.

The best thing about all these is that qigong can help heal your body whenever you are suffering from chronic illness.

Its primary motive is to ensure that Qi energy runs throughout the body by giving way to stretching and twisting energy channels that emanate during practice.

Furthermore, your body will also relax through the series of long deep breaths as you will be allowing Qi energy to flow.

It is also important to know that, you will engage in both gentle and vigorous exercises. Each movement is engineered to serve different purposes and as you practice this, it is best to have all the information.

How Qigong makes your Body Feel

Has the following benefits to your body:

1. Strengthening and Harmonising your Internal Organs

It is quite obvious that every individual craves to have a well-functioning body. No one enjoys it when they are sick or when their bodies cannot operate normally as they should.

Therefore, qigong has become quite a popular act that most individuals practice with faith whenever they are dealing with a health crisis.

With qigong, your body will experience healing from internal to external organs and all vital parts of the body.

You will know that it is working once you start feeling your body relax and all tension escaping from your body.

You will also notice that it has a variety of effects that will help rejuvenate your body.

If you were feeling down and exhausted, qigong will make you feel the energy flowing in your body as it calms and relaxes your mind as well.

2. The Movements Open and Stretches Joints and Muscles of the Body

Qigong involves both vigorous and subtle movements that an individual takes part in. It is during those movements that your muscle and joints stretch out thus getting rid of all the tension and rigidity you were feeling.

Most of the time you may not realize how badly your body needs to relax and it is only during times when you get ill that your body will force you to take a break.

Qigong will increase the flow of blood to various parts of the body, increasing energy levels as well as nourishing all the parts of the body.

Those who have practiced qigong for decades will testify that it is one of the most effective ways to make your body relaxed and energized.

However, in as much as you stretch out your body, focus on the arms and legs and use specific movements as the Chinese believe that energy flows through the feet and arms.

3. Breathing Calms and Balances the Body

Breathing exercises are vital when practicing qigong, especially slow and deep breathing. The breathing should originate from the diaphragm as it calms the body faster and balances the mind effectively.

You will feel less stress and worry through the breathing practices and at the end of the day, you will be able to enjoy a long night’s sleep.

Qigong has many benefits to the body because of the way you feel afterward. Gradually, as you become more familiar with your body and how it feels, you will get to understand how important qigong is.

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