Animal Kingdom’s Top Health Secret!!
Longevity Self Massage is also known in China as "Qigong Massage", “Bedside Eight Strands of Brocade” or “Sitting Eight Strands of Brocade Qigong”. It is a set of gentle self massage techniques that cover the whole body, all major muscles and joints as well as many energy meridians and major acupuncture points. The First Strand of Brocade is known as “taking a dry bath” and consists of movements that resemble washing one’s body. It looks like the person is washing his arms, head, legs and body, but in reality, by using their palms and rubbing along those areas, they are clearing the chi blockages within the meridians (yin meridians on the inside and yang meridians on the outside of the limbs). Just look around and you’ll see that almost all species of the animal kingdom do the same, small and large (from ants to tigers) and they do it all the time. Some do it with their tongue, some with their legs and some even use a tree or help each other.
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The remaining seven strands (or pieces) of brocade, on the other hand, are designed to improve one’s sight, hearing, sinuses, teeth, digestion, back... and to overcome insomnia, thus including the exercises and self massage techniques that cover the eyes, ears, nose, teeth and gums, belly, lower back and soles of the feet. And, of course, by improving the functions of all those systems and organs, one greatly improves his/her stamina, memory, concentration and even their mood along the way. For more information regarding Sitting Eight Strands of Brocade Qigong, please refer to Qigong Chinese Health magazine – issue 8, page 10-15 or go to http://www.qigongchinesehealth.com/8strands_qigong
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