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Chi Nei Tsang for Women’s Health

Chi Nei Tsang for Women’s Health

chi nei tsang women's healthChi Nei Tsang abdominal massage is being offered as an exotic beauty treatment at health spa’s across the world because it works. The results of a treatment range from improved energy and peace of mind to weight loss and pain relief.  Women who take four or five treatments report improved digestion, sleep and reproductive health, to name a few.

As we return to natural health, our desire for emotional balance and physical radiance are our new priority.  Nature has given us ways to detoxify, energize and support our internal organs and reproductive system.  All we must do is learn these simple secrets to experience the same benefit at home; for free.

Chi Nei Tsang is natural medicine we can use at home

When a child has a belly ache, what do they do?  They rub their belly! As women, we can use these massage techniques to keep our body lower in toxicity and prevent many illnesses – and we can share these techniques with those we love. Think about it, your uterus and bladder share space with your intestines.  If your intestines are coated or filled with rotting material, don’t you think this could have a negative effect on your other organs?  Is it possible that your liver and kidneys are working extra hard to keep your system clean?  Could this lower your energy and open you to illness?
It is time to take back our personal power and heal ourselves.  Once we have balanced ourselves with Chi Nei Tsang, we may live in a new reality where we maintain this healthy life so we may share our love and energy freely.

About Sarina Stone – sarinastone.com

sarina_photoCertified Medical Chi Kung Educator
It’s nothing serious; it’s just your life.” Natural Health speaker, educator and author Sarina Stone is internationally renowned for her humor, compassion, wit and candor. Ms. Stone is expertly dedicated to proving that bodies reflect one’s mind and heart.

Who is Sarina Stone?
Ever heard of someone dying of a broken heart? After years of study and travel, Ms. Stone developed a holistic, or “Tao” view of wellness that connects physical health to mental health and self awareness. Taoist thought generally focuses on nature; emphasis being on health, longevity, compassion, moderation and gratitude. Harmony and health is the intended result of Taoist practice.

She carries multiple certifications as an educator and practitioner of Medical Chi Kung under the direct supervision of Taoist Master, Mantak Chia, director of Universal Healing Tao Institute. Ms. Stone is also trained in the art of detoxifying/energizing abdominal massage, Chi Nei Tsang.

She is the author and publisher of the “Tequila” series of conscious-relationship books.

What does she do?
Ms. Stone is available for lectures as well as offering her courses live and online. Her course subjects include Smiling Meditations for Health, Medical Chi Kung, Women’s Tao Sexual Health and Chi Nei Tsang – Abdominal Massage.

Currently she is developing the Universal Chi Kids line of educational tools – a multi-media program that educates pro-active families on the healing power of a smile. She says this is her most important work to date.

  
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Yoga and Meditation

Categories: Medical Chi Kung
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Published on: January 22, 2011

Yoga and Medical Chi Kung Meditation

Medical Chi Kung YogaOften when we begin our Yoga education, we focus on the physical form.  We practice proper structure and work to memorize the sequence of postures.

As we mature in our practice, we learn to focus on the more subtle aspects of Yoga.  We focus on the connection between the mind and the body.  We learn that through mindfulness, the body becomes stronger, supple, and energetically open.  We need less physical effort to attain our Yoga goals when we connect the brain with our actions.

The same can be said for other aspects of physical health.  When we connect our mind in a positive, conscious way to our internal organs.  When we harbor positive feelings about our body, it responds in kind.

 

In this same way, when we connect our mind to our organs in a negative way, we may cause damage to the cells over time.  Anyone who has suffered a broken heart, or excess stress at home or work has felt the negative results of unhappy thoughts.

Try this experiment after your next Yoga class:

Choose three or four friends in class to share this experiment.

When rest time comes, lie down and smile to your body for at least 1 minute.

Then, make a sad or angry face and focus that feeling on your body for at least 30 seconds.

Next, relax your body, and ask yourself if there is a different sensation from smile to frown.

When finished, relax your body even deeper, free your mind, and let your Yoga practice work it’s magic.

When class is finished, talk to your classmates and share your experience.

Yoga and Tai Chi are moving meditations.

Check back here soon for more yoga and qigong information on the connection between your brain and your physical health!

About Sarina Stone – sarinastone.com

sarina_photoCertified Medical Chi Kung Educator
It’s nothing serious; it’s just your life.” Natural Health speaker, educator and author Sarina Stone is internationally renowned for her humor, compassion, wit and candor. Ms. Stone is expertly dedicated to proving that bodies reflect one’s mind and heart.

Who is Sarina Stone?
Ever heard of someone dying of a broken heart? After years of study and travel, Ms. Stone developed a holistic, or “Tao” view of wellness that connects physical health to mental health and self awareness. Taoist thought generally focuses on nature; emphasis being on health, longevity, compassion, moderation and gratitude. Harmony and health is the intended result of Taoist practice.

She carries multiple certifications as an educator and practitioner of Medical Chi Kung under the direct supervision of Taoist Master, Mantak Chia, director of Universal Healing Tao Institute. Ms. Stone is also trained in the art of detoxifying/energizing abdominal massage, Chi Nei Tsang.

She is the author and publisher of the “Tequila” series of conscious-relationship books.

What does she do?
Ms. Stone is available for lectures as well as offering her courses live and online. Her course subjects include Smiling Meditations for Health, Medical Chi Kung, Women’s Tao Sexual Health and Chi Nei Tsang – Abdominal Massage.

Currently she is developing the Universal Chi Kids line of educational tools – a multi-media program that educates pro-active families on the healing power of a smile. She says this is her most important work to date.

  
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How To Learn Chi Kung Safely

Categories: Medical Chi Kung
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Published on: December 31, 2010

Learn Medical Chi Kung Safely

medical chi kung safetyMany new students approach Medical Chi Kung (Qigong, Chi Kung, and Energy Work are the same) instructors requesting specific techniques to attain specific goals.  Sick people want to learn to heal their body, tired people want to wake up, and a fair number of guys want to sustain their erection until their partner faints from exhaustion.

All of these can be attained and controlled by the mind.  Smart cosmonauts simply find the formula, practice it, and master the Medical Chi Kung technique.

The Medical Chi Kung instructors job is two-fold:

  1. We clearly train the student in the steps required to master the formula
  2. We prepare the student to handle the new knowledge.  It is this second issue that will be addressed here

We understand that a sick person wants to heal quickly and may want to skip lectures or what appears to be preliminary training.  We understand that they just want to feel better as soon as possible.  It seems logical to simply learn the Medical Chi Kung technique which will transform the current ailment.  That being said, one cannot start a journey to a new place half way down the path.  Rather, there is always a first step which leads to yet another, if one so chooses. With each leg of the journey, we experience a gradual change of landscape.  We, too, gradually change our understanding of our environment and what it takes to navigate that terrain.  With each leg of the journey, we slowly leave behind the old way of thinking and adopt the new Medical Chi Kung tools necessary to continue toward the goal.  Upon our arrival at our  new destination, we carry the knowledge of the local animals, foliage, people, and customs.  If a man had the ability to helicopter himself to the end of the road, he may arrive with skill sets and attitudes that do not work well in his new environment.

Such is the same when learning Medical Chi Kung

The way we help prevent mis-use of power is to study one system in it’s entirety.  We start at the beginning and hold the space for growth.  We learn the secrets of the mind in slow, specific steps designed to facilitate transformation in preparation for the next phase of the journey.  These steps may be formulas of meditation which contain pieces of the formula’s to come, or they may be lifestyle changes necessary to proceed successfully. Inner Alchemy has been charted and studied for thousands of years, and those pioneers who cultivated the skill created a curriculum  designed to be experienced in a specific sequence.   If we skip steps, we will not have the skill set necessary to to continue toward our goal.

So, be patient when studying Medical Chi Kung.  Enjoy each step of Medical Chi Kung and stay in the moment, knowing you are walking the path which holds many adventures even before what you think is your destination.

About Sarina Stone – sarinastone.com

sarina_photoCertified Medical Chi Kung Educator
It’s nothing serious; it’s just your life.” Natural Health speaker, educator and author Sarina Stone is internationally renowned for her humor, compassion, wit and candor. Ms. Stone is expertly dedicated to proving that bodies reflect one’s mind and heart.

Who is Sarina Stone?
Ever heard of someone dying of a broken heart? After years of study and travel, Ms. Stone developed a holistic, or “Tao” view of wellness that connects physical health to mental health and self awareness. Taoist thought generally focuses on nature; emphasis being on health, longevity, compassion, moderation and gratitude. Harmony and health is the intended result of Taoist practice.

She carries multiple certifications as an educator and practitioner of Medical Chi Kung under the direct supervision of Taoist Master, Mantak Chia, director of Universal Healing Tao Institute. Ms. Stone is also trained in the art of detoxifying/energizing abdominal massage, Chi Nei Tsang.

She is the author and publisher of the “Tequila” series of conscious-relationship books.

What does she do?
Ms. Stone is available for lectures as well as offering her courses live and online. Her course subjects include Smiling Meditations for Health, Medical Chi Kung, Women’s Tao Sexual Health and Chi Nei Tsang – Abdominal Massage.

Currently she is developing the Universal Chi Kids line of educational tools – a multi-media program that educates pro-active families on the healing power of a smile. She says this is her most important work to date.

  
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Importance of Female Sexual Health

Categories: Sexual Health
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Published on: December 7, 2010

Female Sexual Health: A Sacred Energy

female sexual health Sarina StoneThe importance of female sexual health has become a common and often talked about issue around the world. We are no longer in the dark about the importance of this most sacred energy our female body produces and the role it plays in our physical, mental, and spiritual well being. It is a new time for women; a time for open communication and sharing about female sexual health.

Female Sexual Health: A Healing Energy

In my earliest memories of studying with Master Chia, I recall him teaching that when enough of us transform our negative emotional state, the world will spontaneously transform its own negative energy and become a more beautiful place. In the years since I was taught this, I have seen rooms filled with women performing the healthy, healing exercises and have witnessed the gentle power of healthy Yin Chi. I have seen women laugh and dance and fill a room with their essence. I have seen repressed women smile to their body and transform their negative views of themselves.

And when this joy spreads from their smiling eyes, indeed, the room is transformed to a celebratory space filled with compassion and strength of femininity. What healthy person could resist this grace?

Female Sexual Health: A Powerful Energy

Feminine strength does not push or control, rather it’s power comes from compassionate wisdom and offers a perfect compliment to its Yang, masculine counter part. Without Yin, or water, the Yang, or Fire, burns too hot and eventually extinguishes itself. Yes ladies, there is strength and beauty in being women. We are needed, and in turn, need a healthy connection to that which is our opposite to be truly balanced. No woman is an island, rather she is the water surrounding the island that permeates and nourishes all life. Together, let us endeavor to keep our female sexual health clean and vital.

  
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Avoidance Behavior 101

Categories: Relationship Advice
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Published on: November 15, 2010

Avoiding Intimacy? Avoidance Behavior 101

It’s so easy to spot someone who is avoiding intimacy.  Or is it?

Most of us think of avoidance as an outright refusal to participate in an activity or endeavor.  But if we really take a look at avoidance, we find it can be cloaked so many ways.

We make ourselves busy.  We surround ourselves with others and delve into their lives. We “work”.  We over commit.  We get too tired.  We get too wired.  We travel.  We get sick.  These are clever techniques to avoid the things that matter at home.

Exploring the world is a wonderful thing, but there’s no place like home, and if we do not do the work to maintain a healthy foundation with our partner, some day we may come home and find our cozy nest empty; even if our partner is physically there.

Avoiding that which makes us uncomfortable is human, and as we mature, we tend to get more creative in how we avoid confrontation.  So, lover beware.  Be careful not to let too much time go by without stopping to check in with your partner.  Set private time aside each week for each other.  Share your thoughts and ask your partner about theirs.  Listen.  Shut off the phone for a few hours.  Bond.

Making time for yourself and your partner is just as important as keeping your professional associations and commitments, so be mindful when creating your mental list of priorities.  Remember, at the end of the day you can’t hug your job.

Yours in the Tao,

Sarina

  
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Being A Woman

Categories: Relationship Advice
Comments: 6 Comments
Published on: October 27, 2010

I got a letter from an old friend the other day with permission to share with my readers.  I cleaned up her spelling a bit and present this to you now.  If it sounds like my voice, it is because I cleaned up her verbiage a bit, too.

Dear Sarina

For the longest time I thought I was the easiest woman to get along with on the planet.  I’m the one all the guys tell their dating stories to because I usually commiserate with the male side of the story.  I am fiercely single.  I do not see myself as the neurotic female who brings up uncomfortable issues at midnight while lying in bed naked with her lover.  I never ask a man what he’s thinking (largely because I don’t care).   It would be out of the question to profess anything but appreciation for my lover, and would not entertain the notion of saddling a man with something silly like falling in love or asking for a commitment.

I am the “cool chick”; at least until recently.  Until now I have not been attached to the outcome of my romantic relationships.  Something, or rather some one, has changed that for me and I find myself in unfamiliar territory.  I care.

I find that with this wonderful care comes instability, passion, neuroticism, love, hate, frailty, distrust, and the most unattractive behavior.

I will absolutely bring up uncomfortable issues at midnight while my unsuspecting lover lies naked and vulnerable.  I have to fight not to ask what he’s thinking.  And frankly, I can wake up delighted with my romantic situation, be positive it’s all rubbish by mid day, and convinced we are star crossed lovers before bed.  I can do this without ever speaking to him.

No, I was not the “cool chick”.  I was the “safe chick”.  I was hoping you would publish this so all my vulnerable gal pals who make asses of themselves every day know I finally get it, and I’m sorry I judged them for being “chicks”.

Yours Truly,

Anonymous

Dear Anonymous,

Your letter is being published on my website and I sincerely hope chicks around the world not only read it, but “get it!”

Yours in the Tao,

Sarina

  
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Romantic Intimacy – Part 1

Categories: Relationship Advice
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Published on: July 19, 2010

Practical Applications of Taoist Quantum Physics In Relationship to Romantic Intimacy – Part 1

romantic intimacy expertThe buzz amongst savvy, self-aware adults of the new millennia is The Law Of Attraction. If you haven’t heard, it conveys that people experience, on the physical plane, corresponding manifestations of their thoughts and feelings. It further states that, at the very core, we are all responsible for our experiences, planned, random or synchronistic, because the thought vibration creates matter, which the individual may interact with.  Basically, you make your bed and sleep in it.

As a child of the sixties, I remember the positive thinking movement. I knew people who associated positive outlook with positive outcome.  They read the works of great thinkers like William James (1842-1910), psychologist, philosopher, and founder of Pragmatism. He said, “We become what we think about most of the time.  The greatest revolution in our generation is the discovery that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.”

Even in the book of Matthew we find a clue, “I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, “Move from here to there” and it will move.”

Although many believe this is a new technology, Siddhartha Gautama (born approx. 536BC) taught, “All that we are is the result of what we have thought.  The mind is everything.  What we think, we become.”

In Egypt, perhaps as early as 5000BC, Hermetic philosophy taught the Principal of Mentalism, “Mind (as well as metals and elements) may be transmuted, from state to state; degree to degree; condition to condition; pole to pole; vibration to vibration.  True Hermetic Transmutation is a Mental Art.”

This tells us that this concept may have been floating around in humanity’s mind since the dawn of man. Perhaps even before.

I challenge you to suspend disbelief for a few minutes and allow yourself to see the synchronicities between what you think and what shows up.  Think back to a time when you were thinking about some one for a while and you actually saw them, or they called, or they wrote.  Remember a time when you just knew something was going to happen; and it did.  Now, close your eyes and just remember.

Q. What does this Principal of Mentalism or Law of Attraction have to do with romance and dating in the new millennium?

A.  Everything.

If it’s true that you are creating every moment of your life, then that means every romantic partner was custom ordered for you, by you.  If you like how things are going, there’s no need to fix what isn’t broken.  You have clean, harmonious thoughts in regards to the subject.  If you don’t like how things are going, know that the journey to transformation starts in the mind.  The mind started this whole thing, and only the mind can change it.  Thank goodness, you are the only one who can change your mind.

Wouldn’t that just be the easiest key to your problems ever?  Think about it, change your mind, and change your life.  Voila.  Sure!  Just pop out of bed tomorrow morning an enlightened being. It’s easy!  All you have to do is see the beauty in everyone and everything.  Bend like a reed; don’t push back.  Don’t be concerned about how people look, concern yourself with what’s inside.  Have no fear.  Trust people to be who they are.  Open your heart to the world.  No?   Easier said than done?

Although life is best viewed as a journey, it is healthy to create conscious pit stops of growth on the road.  You won’t bask long in the glory of reaching one of these destinations, but each one makes highs higher the lows higher, too.

First, build a foundation.  Begin to change the outside by cleaning up the inside. Learn to be aware of the most basic self by learning to pay attention to the body and the messages it shares.  This body houses your brain and it’s balance effects how you think.

Many cultures have methods by which harmony and healthy body ecology may be attained.  The Tao, or Way of Nature, is one of the simple paths, which anyone, even children, can walk with ease.  Simple exercises passed down over 5000 years from practitioner to practitioner help the mind connect with the body and then allow for conscious change.  Just imagine, and it is yours.

 

 

About Sarina Stone – sarinastone.com

sarina_photoCertified Medical Chi Kung Educator
It’s nothing serious; it’s just your life.” Natural Health speaker, educator and author Sarina Stone is internationally renowned for her humor, compassion, wit and candor. Ms. Stone is expertly dedicated to proving that bodies reflect one’s mind and heart.

Who is Sarina Stone?
Ever heard of someone dying of a broken heart? After years of study and travel, Ms. Stone developed a holistic, or “Tao” view of wellness that connects physical health to mental health and self awareness. Taoist thought generally focuses on nature; emphasis being on health, longevity, compassion, moderation and gratitude. Harmony and health is the intended result of Taoist practice.

She carries multiple certifications as an educator and practitioner of Medical Chi Kung under the direct supervision of Taoist Master, Mantak Chia, director of Universal Healing Tao Institute. Ms. Stone is also trained in the art of detoxifying/energizing abdominal massage, Chi Nei Tsang.

She is the author and publisher of the “Tequila” series of conscious-relationship books.

What does she do?
Ms. Stone is available for lectures as well as offering her courses live and online. Her course subjects include Smiling Meditations for Health, Medical Chi Kung, Women’s Tao Sexual Health and Chi Nei Tsang – Abdominal Massage.

Currently she is developing the Universal Chi Kids line of educational tools – a multi-media program that educates pro-active families on the healing power of a smile. She says this is her most important work to date.

  
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About Sarina
Sarina Stone is a Certified Universal Healing Tao Instructor and Director of Chi Kids Incorporated, a non-profit corporation dedicated to educating families and children about natural health through art and literature. Her study of Eastern Chi Kung (Qigong), Western natural health, and stress relief methods has provided the basis for her lighthearted approach to the often complicated field of wellness and self-realization. These user-friendly methods have made her an internationally sought after speaker, author and Medical Chi Kung (Qigong) instructor. Her lectures have been made available through the internet, various schools and Universities as well as several guest spots on both radio and television. For more information, go to www.sarinastone.com.

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