Over 5000 years ago the ancient Chinese masters of esoteric healing understood everything is composed of energy they called Chi or Qi. They observed there is a oneness and wholeness in all existence connected to one body. Traditional Chinese Medicine is primarily based on the understanding of the transformation of Qi.
Qi is vibrating in constant energetic motion within all things. It is our essence called by many different names in different cultures of the world. The ancient Chinese mastered specific techniques to balance the body’s energy in order to live in harmony with the earth. Qi within the body in the form of energetic pools I refer to as Chakras. From Chakras, the body’s essence or life force energy, flows in streams from the body’s vessels, channels and collateral systems.
The Chinese believe Qi has mass, the same as smoke or vapor, and can manifest within the body through three primary levels.
(1) Physically as matter through the body’s cells and tissues in the form of marrow, blood and body fluid.
(2) Energetically as Resonant vibration through heat, sound, light and electromagnetic fields.
(3) Spiritually as Divine light, energetically manifesting through subtle vibrations which extend through infinite space.
The ancient Chinese believed that all life emerged from the Dao’s eternal existence and would someday dessove back into its infinite light. The Tao, the “Way” can be translated both as a spiritual approach to the Divine, or as the infinitely subtle realm and presence of the Divine underlying all things. According to ancient Chinese esoteric teachings, the energetic vibration and light pertaining to the Tao, the Divine is imprinted in every particle and that whatevers exist of creation is simply an expression and manifestation of the Divine. The Law of One mentions vibration 293 times and light 465 , expressed in the same concept as the ancient Chinese but with much understanding and detail how our body mind spirit works.
Qi has two main expressions, an outward and inward flow known as yin and yang. This can be cultivated with Chi gong, yoga, Tai Chi exercises which may increase your positive energy and your overall well-being.
Once a person wakes up to the divine energetic field they begin to experience the energy fields of nature including plants, animals and humans. As you grow, so will your awareness, your purpose and understanding. You will realize the physical world and metaphysical world are inseparable.
We are energetic beings just beginning to understand the power within each of us. This short video will provide some understanding of the power of Qi, but I would not recommend trying it yourself.
13 thoughts on “Our Power Within”
What a wonderfully written post dear friend. You are able to bring all these knowledge into and easy to read format, which is quite a skill!!! I love your blog!!!! 🙂 Amira
We all have the power within and simplicity is the best way to get a very important message out. Thank you so much for your help.
After almost 40 years, I am finally back taking Tai chi classes once again, and I cannot believe the improvement in just 2 weeks!!! I am sorry that I stopped these classes before, because Taichi and Qi Gong are so amazing and energetically powerful! I am going to re-blog your post dear friend. Thank you so much for the ongoing inspiration.! Amira 🙏
Qi Gong has been in my daily routine for years and has made a huge improvement in my life as well. Once again thank you for all your support and inspiration.
Very informative and enlightening
Thank you. The power within is our life force that is beginning to awaken.
So true ….. thank you for sharing
It is always a real treat to read your posts. Thank you!
Glad to see you again in a different venue. Thank you for your encouraging words and reading Our power within. Now I know you are receiving the emails. Thank again
This is an excellent and concise explanation.