Qi Gong Lymphatic Cleansing

July 10, 2010 1:48 am

chakraenergyOften times, the stress of life and exposure to toxins in the environment can stress our lymphatic system.

In Chinese medicine, the lymphatic is most closely associated with the triple  heaters or triple burners, which can be thought of as an irrigation system of energy that disperses qi to the internal organs. When this irrigation system is clear and free flowing, disease does not exist.

When the triple heaters are obstructed, we see challenges  manifesting as swollen lymph glands, low energy, and low immunity.

On a spiritual level, the triple heaters relate to our constitution in terms of which organs receive a concentration of energy or qi.

For example, if more energy is dispersed to the spleen, we might have a life curricula that centers around being an “earth, spleen person.” This might mean our soul lessons relate more to setting appropriate boundaries, nourishing ourselves and others, and creating a  home environment that inspires a grounded feeling or its opposition, the feeling of anxiety. Physical curricula around spleen might also involve strained or tight muscles, digestive challenges and issues that involve prolapse or bruising.

Imagine if our triple heaters are obstructed.  The flow of energy from this natural passage way of energy may be altered, which then can alter our soul curricula.

For instance, instead of having more energy dispersed to the spleen, which might be our more natural pattern, suddenly we might find more energy dispersed to the liver, overstimulating this organ, and creating challenges involving blood pressure, anger, or strained ligaments or tendons.

Thus, when we cleanse and regulate the triple heaters with qi gong, acupressure and work with essential oils, we liberate our bodies not only on a physical level from toxins, but also free our spirits to engage a flow of energy that is more natural to our soul curricula.

You can liberate your triple heaters by reducing the level of refined carbohydrates in your diet, hydrogenated oil products, high fat products and caffeine.  Include more leafy green vegetables, cruciferous vegetables and plenty of fresh juice made from carrots, ginger, cucumbers, and fresh green herbs such as parsley and cilantro.

Also, liberate your triple heaters with a one hour qi emission session that will leave you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and clear internally.

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Kay Hutchinson, CAMQ, CAMT

Kay is the founder of Aiki Healing, a practice of medical qi gong dedicated to increasing the energy and well being of clients across the body, mind and spiritual levels. Email or call her today for a personalized consultation or bliss bodywork session. 512-468-6588 aikihealing@gmail.com