Inner Energy

Each of us is made from energy, and we can all attain a level of self healing with no need for conventional medication.

Ancient Eastern medial models have used this energy within us for thousands of years, however conventional Western thinking has frowned upon this, preferring to use medicines and chemicals to heal.

Have you ever got a papercut? It heals itself doesn’t it? You may place a plaster over it, but you do not take any medication for the cut to close, your body does it itself, it is a combination of our body’s energy and our mind that has the expectation that “this papercut will heal!”.

The same process can be applied to much larger ailments. Tuning in to our inner energy can be easy and quick, and once you are tuned in to it you can master your emotions and can transform your health simply. Self-healing is not at all complicated. In fact that are various ways to do so.

Here we will look at a few simple steps you can use to find your inner energy and bring a feeling of peace and inner calm. Once mastered it is a simple as changing the channels on a television set or radio, and you can literally feel yourself relax with that change.

To start with, get in to a comfortable position and focus your breathing, do not force it just be aware of each breath coming in and leaving your body, retain this state for at least 5 minutes and empty your mind.

Put your hands in front of you, palm to palm, and rub them up and down against each other quickly for a minute or so, while still keeping focus on your natural breathing, feel the warmth building up between your hands.

Slowly pull your hands apart and keep them palm to palm, feel that warmth still between them. This is your inner energy. Focus on it and realize that it is always there, feel it flowing through your hands as you hold them in front of you. Keep practicing this for a few days until you can really tune in to that energy in your hands and feel it. Once you know that this energy is there, you can try to move that energy through different parts of your body, repeat the following steps always concentrating on your breathing.

Move your inner energy up your arms, to your shoulders.

If you have a headache, move your energy to your head, notice how your headache starts to feel better.

If at any point you feel that you are losing your energy as you move it, then start the process again. Take your time and don’t stress if you cant move your energy immediately, it does take practice.

Try to follow these steps for 5 to 10 minutes daily, as you become more aware of your inner energy, notice how it flows and changes to different parts of your body.

Meditation is a powerful way to heal your mind and indeed your body

Meditation has been around for centuries and is in essence a practice where you can train your mind and induce a higher or altered state of consciousness and obtain a feeling of calm and inner peace.

Most practitioners of meditation do have various techniques on how they meditate, however one of the easiest ways to start is by closing your eyes and breathing slowly and deeply while relaxing your body and emptying your mind.

If you can count to 10 then you can start on your journey of meditation and find an inner calm that you never knew existed. The staff at carpet cleaning Sherwood Park are true believers in the power of meditation and your ability to re-energize your body and mind.

A basic way of breathing in preparation for meditating is as follows;

First off you will want to practice this with no distractions, so find a quiet location, wearing loose, comfortable clothing helps you to feel relaxed.

 

Sit in a comfortable position either or the floor or in a chair, or indeed you can lie down and close your eyes.

The great thing about this is there is no special equipment required (you can of course invest in a meditation chair or pillow once you have progressed to more advanced techniques) and this technique can be used pretty much anywhere once you have got the hang of it.

A huge part of meditation is breathing, sounds simple right as we do it all the time, well in this we are going to look at a great way to ‘control’ your breathing which will start you on the journey to meditation.

You want to breathe naturally, do not force it.

Okay so focus on your breathing, on your first inhalation, count 1 quietly in your mind, and when exhale count 2, then inhale again count 3 to yourself.

Continue this until you reach 10 and then return to 1, basically on every inhale you should be using the odd numbers – 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 – and on each exhalation you will be counting the even numbers – 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10.

If at any time you lose count just start again at 1 and carry on, do not worry about it.

While starting out (indeed further down the line) you may find you fall asleep, this is great as think how relaxed you must be to sleep.

To start with try to practice this technique for 10 to 20 minutes daily, and once you feel comfortable with this method of breathing you can stop counting.

This is a great way to relieve yourself of stress and as mentioned can be used anywhere once you have got used to it, in the office or the bus etc.