8. Iron Shirt Chi Kung III (Bone Marrow Nei Kung)
Secret Practices for Rejuvenating Bone Marrow and Blood
The Taoist encyclopaedia is completed with these previously secret practices of Bone Marrow Nei Kung. This is the third part of Iron Marrow Chi Kung.
At a time when many people over the age of 50 suffer from osteoporosis (bone marrow calcification), Master Chia shows us unusual methods for strengthening the bone marrow and constantly rejuvenating the body.
The practice steps of Bone Marrow Nei Kung include
=> the Bone Marrow Breathing and Bone Marrow Compression
=> the Sexual Energy Massage
=> tapping the meridians
=> further deepening and advanced practices such as skin breathing, energy circulation, activation of the glandular energies => the chi weight lifting (advanced practice)
Bone Marrow Nei Kung is an important part of the Taoist health system according to Grand Master Mantak Chia, developed over thousands of years by wise Taoists in China. For a long time, this knowledge was secret and only accessible to a select few. Only in recent years have these teachings been revealed to the public - to bring the knowledge of the ancient masters to our energy-poor society.
The cultivation of the inner forces in the human body is the central theme in Bone Marrow Nei Kung. By means of preventive exercises, we strengthen our immune system in such a way that we no longer become ill, or at least become much less ill. In China, the 'iron body' attained through these exercises has always been considered a hotly desired goal.
With the techniques taught by Grand Master Chia, the interested person is guided through the processes of energy absorption into the bones in an easily understandable way. He is shown ways to revitalise the bone marrow and stimulate blood formation - and thereby nourish the life force.
The Taoist method of rebuilding the bone marrow is an essential part of the process that can lead to the rejuvenation of body, mind and spirit. The latest scientific findings now explain what has long been described in Taoist lore. Our stem cells gradually turn into fat cells as we age; the bone marrow nei kung can slow down, if not reverse, this process.
Working with a Grand Master promises great inspiration and insight for all participants.