What is Ki?
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What is Ki? / How does it work?
the energy that resides in all livings, both plants and animals, and
is fundamental to sustaining life.
Ki is not a supernatural power for special persons. In humans, the proper
flow of Ki energy is essential to maintaining the health of both the
mind and the physical body. It helps avoid the effects of stress that
can lead to serious illness.
Ki helps relieve pain, provides relaxation, increases our stamina, and
has an overall effect of healing. Ki energy can be applied to specific
problem areas that need targeted help. The proper circulation of this
life force energy acts as a catalyst to the healthy maintenance of all
our body functions. Power of Ki is the power found in the power of respiration.
The Ki classes we offer are not intended for martial arts purposes,
but rather for those wishing to learn more about healing through the
process of Ki. But keeping in mind that learning to utilize one's ki
for he aling and learning
a sensitivty for another's Ki, can only help to compliment the aspiring
martial artist skills in learning to "blend" with their opponent.
|March 28th 2009 Ki Workshop at Tokyo, Japan
||Purpose of the workshop and introduction to the instructors (moderator)
||(1) Basics of Ki breathing (Seiko, Shirokizawa)
(2) Demonstration of Ki in Budo (Sensei, Pat, Kai)
(3) Exercise four basic Ki breathing techniques (Seiko, Shirokizawa)
||10 minutes break
||(1) Demonstration (Sensei)
(2) Feel Ki
(3) Tai-chi (Exchange of loving Ki energy)
(4) Exercise four basic Ki breathing techniques
||Panel discussion part one (Sensei, Dr. Tsurushima, Pat, Kai)
||(1) Exercise four basic Ki breathing techniques (Pat)
(2) Watch DVD (NHK, TV program from US x 2)
||Lecture by Dr. Tsurushima
Panel discussion part two (Sensei, Seiko, Pat, Kai)
||(1) Exercise (Seiko, Pat, Kai)
(2) Healing at home using elbow, nee, legs etc.
(3) More breathing techniques - beyond four basic breathing (Pat)
||Handouts, Invitation to the next session, Questionnaire