Chi Nei Tsang, a branch of Taoist medicine, was introduced to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia. It is a method for releasing the toxic winds of emotional energy, which can be either the cause or effect of sickness.
Energy blockages arising from organ obstructions and congestion in the abdomen can result in knots and tangles at the centre of the body’s vital functions, impeding the flow of Qi, the life-force or bioelectromagnetic field described by Deepak Chopra as energy-intelligence.
Emotions such as fear, anger, anxiety, depression and worry are related to different organs. When the Qi of an internal organ is in a state of imbalance, it emanates toxic wind. Diagnosing the energetic condition, the Chi Nei Tsang practitioner uses intention and touch to influence the participant’s Qi and “chase the winds”.
See how you can better influence a client’s “wind.” Come along to the first weekend, learning how to recycle the wind into positive emotions. April 7th and 8th, 10.30am to 5pm, at Carlton Primary School, 196 Grafton Road, Kentish Town NW5 3AX. Your Tutor – Kris Deva North, UK’s Senior Teacher of Chi Nei Tsang, Taoist Massage.
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An Introductory Talk on Chi Nei Tsang, the ancient Taoist art of Healing.
Stress relief, energy boost, detoxification, deep relaxation, emotional balance, improved breathing and digestion, health maintenance, pain management, care and maintenance of the vital organs: just some of the holistic benefits seen in Chi Nei Tsang – Taoist Massage – Hara Shiatsu, the amazing, powerful, hands-on natural therapy brought to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia.
It’s on Wednesday 28th of March, at 7pm to 9pm, Carlton Primary School, London NW5 3AX.
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Chi Nei Tsang is the mark of an enquiring mind, the kind of mind that wants to dig and delve into the cause of everything! And having dug and delved, to work on a solution, the kind of solution that fits the receiver, and the giver too.
April 7th and 8th, 1030am to 5pm, at Carlton Primary School, 196 Grafton Road, Kentish Town NW5 3AX.
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Men Only! Psychosynthesis Trust 92-94 Tooley Street, London Bridge SE1 2TH, Thursday 1st March, 7.30 to 9pm. Your host, Kris Deva North.
Growing up in Africa, my first shamanic experience was with a medicine man/shaman on the farm in Kenya, who said that my hands had healing power. Nthenge Ngubi was his name and he had a game leg and a young, beautiful wife. We would go to him if the rains were late, or a crop had some mysterious illness, or a baby was born with a strange growth.
But one day his wife came down with a fever and he came to me. I went to see her and went along the track towards the boys accommodation. It was a quieter night, only the hooting of an owl or the crash of a buffalo gave warning that there was anything else around. I came to a house with lights outside. She lay looking at the wall. I took her hands in mine. They felt hot. Hot and dry. She had a headache, she told me.
I didn’t know what to do. So I joined her, staring at the wall. After half-an-hour or more, she stirred. ‘What time is it?’ she said. I never knew her name. ‘Eight thirty,’ I replied. Whereupon she arose and went about her business!
What was it? I, aged fifteen at the time, had no idea. But whatever it was, it worked, and it set me along the path of healing.
Shadowy movements at dawn in the park, neither dancing nor fighting though to me it looked like both. My mother danced with Margot Fonteyn and enrolled me in my aunt’s ballet school but I retired at five, so no competition for Billy. The fighting came later, first at school whacking Fatty Barnard across the ring under the smiling Irish eyes of Father Paddy Noonan, then my chum James to win the Army Garrison title in Malta before being KO’d by a Marine in Hong Kong. Karate in my forties to get fit after a hernia op but longer recovery times sparring with teens and twenties retired me after four stubborn years.
Learning the Way of the Hidden Masters gave a sense of reality to this ancient art emulating the heroes of yore, the warriors, the fighting nuns and monks. Master Ho explained it can be practiced at any age, for health, to enhance our protective energy-field, to strengthen our physical and energetic immune system, to connect with higher and lower forces on the spiritual path, for self-defense, or simply to harmonies with our environment and alleviate the effects of stress.
The double-helix spirals reunite the Yang and Yin forces of creation, to ebb and flow throughout the meridian network, feeding the organs that sustain our life. We open and stimulate the meridians, the energy-flow channels, enabling the bio-electro-magnetic force, Qi or chi, to come on full charge as we do the slow graceful form. Healers and Martial Artists improve external Qi-projection and internal rooting. Meditators develop the rootedness to keep safe when practicing kundalini or astral projection in the higher meditations.
Tai Chi comes to us as a gift from the past, a way to create our own tranquility: “to keep our cool when all about us might be losing theirs.”
Do you want to learn?
Then come on by our first Tai Chi training starting this Thursday 13th February, 7 to 8.30pm at Psychosynthesis Trust, 92-94 Tooley Street, London Bridge SE1 2TH – 2nd Floor, Room 32. You can Book Your Place Now!