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Bringing in the Healing Waters

BY: JACQUELINE H. CHAN

Bringing in the Healing Waters

The qi gong styles I teach are meditative, soft, and healing in nature. I use metaphors of nature sometimes to ground our practice to our ‘natural’ environment even if we are indoors.

Particularly when we feel tired, practice is a time to bring in the healing waters back into the body.

Nature, ponds, water, often are symbols of healing for us

… The droplet in the water

… The ripples in the bond

… The lilly pad

As a teacher, I strive to make the practice accessible and guide all of my participants into a space of calm waters, where the ripples of life can be gently enjoyed with a sense of peace.

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