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Qi gong while you Sleep


January 4, 2008 by DrD

SLEEPING QI GONG

The following techniques can easily be practiced by anyone regardless of physical condition. By
practicing the Sleeping Qigong, you will relieve stress, tension, fatigue and pain, and be able to rebalance
many chronic health conditions. You can practice these during a brief nap or throughout a full night’s
sleep. Since sleeping is a part of the five points to longevity, why not combine your sleep time with
these amazingly beneficial practices? There are nine different forms of the Sleeping Qi gong, each has a
different health benefit. You can practice them one at a time or in any combination. Let your intuition
guide you.

1. CALM THE M IND AND RELAX THE BODY

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Lay your hands along your sides, palms facing down.
Relax your legs you feet shoulder-width apart and pointing outward. Look up for a moment, then look at
the tip of your nose, and then look downward toward your lower abdomen. Close your eyes. Place your
tongue on your upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the teeth to touch lightly. Allow
your belly to rise and fall with each breath. Imagine inhaling pure chi from the universe and exhaling dark
cloudy chi to the stars, push it as far away from you as your imagination will go. Do this twenty-four
times, then begin to breath naturally. You should notice and stop any thoughts concerns or imaginings.
As you continue to relax even deeper, your body may have the sensation of expanding or even
flying. This technique is very effective at getting your mind to stop processing stuff and relieves tension
and mental stress.

2. RELIEVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (wood, water, and earth sounds)

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Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Lay your hands along your sides, palms facing down.
Relax your legs you feet shoulder-width apart and pointing outward. Look up for a moment, then look at
the tip of your nose, and then look downward through your trunk, down your legs and to the center of
the soles of your feet (Yongquan points) Breathe in and out deeply, slowly and smoothly. As you
breathe in, imagine pure chi coming into your body from the bottom of your feet, up through your inner
legs to your lower abdomen. Then, push the chi back down the outer legs to exit the soles of your feet
as you breath out. Repeat twenty four times and then begin to breath naturally. You should notice and
stop any thoughts concerns or imaginings. This practice may cause you to feel tingling, cold, or fullness
in your legs. You may feel the chi flowing along your legs. This is a great reaction. This form calms the
blood and helps relieve high blood pressure.

3. BLADDER PROBLEM S water sounds

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Put your hands, one on top of the other, palms centered
halfway between the naval and the pubic bone (Zhongji point). M en, place your left hand next to your
body and women, place your right hand inside. Look up for a moment, then look at the tip of your nose,
and then look downward through your trunk to the area under your hands. Close your eyes. Place your
tongue on your upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the teeth to touch lightly. As
you breathe in, imagine pure chi coming into your body from all directions seeping through your pores
from all over your body to gather just under the palms of your hands. Then, push the chi back outward
into your entire body as you breathe out. Do this twenty-four times, then begin to breath naturally. You
should notice and stop any thoughts concerns or imaginings. You may feel a floating sensation, or you
may hear your stomach gurgle. This form can be very beneficial for bladder problems.

4. IM POTENCE, KIDNEY AND LOWER ABDOM INAL PAIN water sounds

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Put your hands, one on top of the other, palms centered
over a point just below your navel. (Qihai point) M en, place your left hand next to your body and
women, place your right hand inside. Look up for a moment, then look at the tip of your nose, and then
look downward through your trunk to the area under your hands. Close your eyes. Place your tongue on
your upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the teeth to touch lightly. As you breathe
in, imagine pure chi is coming into your body from all directions seeping through your pores from all
over your body to gather just under the palms of your hands. Then, push the chi back outward into your
entire body as you breathe out. Do this twenty-four times, then begin to breath a naturally. You should
notice and stop any thoughts concerns or imaginings. You may hear your stomach gurgle. This form will
improve the kidney function and restore a more youthful feeling. It is effective for all genital urinary
problems including impotence, lower abdomen pain, and “female” problems.

5. IM PROVE DIGESTION AND STRONGER ENERGY fire and metal sounds

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Put your hands, one on top of the other, palms centered
over your navel. M en, place your left hand next to your body and women, place your right hand inside.
Look up for a moment, then look at the tip of your nose, and then look downward through your trunk to
the area under your hands. Close your eyes. Place your tongue on your upper palate just behind the
upper teeth while allowing the teeth to touch lightly. As you breathe in, imagine pure chi is coming into
your body from all directions seeping through your pores from all over your body to gather just under
the palms of your hands. Then, push the chi back outward into your entire body as you breathe out. Do
this twenty-four times, then begin to breath a naturally. You should notice and stop any thoughts
concerns or imaginings. You may feel vibration or hear your stomach gurgle. This form will help you to

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improve your digestive functioning. It strengthens your overall chi and balances yin and yang energies
restoring strength to your body.

6. RELIEVE CHEST PAIN (fire and metal sounds)

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Put your hands, one on top of the other, palms centered
over a point in the center of your chest. (Zhong point) M en, place your left hand next to your body and
women, place your right hand inside. Look up for a moment, then look at the tip of your nose, and then
look downward through your trunk to the area under your hands. Close your eyes. Place your tongue on
your upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the teeth to touch lightly. As you breathe
in, imagine pure chi is coming into the center of your chest. Then, push the chi back outward into your
entire body as you breathe out. Do this twenty-four times, then begin to breath a naturally. You should
notice and stop any thoughts concerns or imaginings. You may feel vibration or hear sounds inside your
chest. This form can clear up blockages in your chest and relieve lung problems like bronchitis, coughing
and heart problems as well.

7. HEAL AND REGENERATE THE LIVER AND GALLBLADDER (wood sound)

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Place another pillow under your left elbow. Place your
crossed hands over your right lower chest area. This is where your liver is. M en, place your left hand
next to your body and women, place your right hand inside. Look up for a moment, then look at the tip
of your nose, and then look downward to the area of your liver. Imagine the shape of your liver. Close
your eyes. Place your tongue on your upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the teeth
to touch lightly. As you breathe in, imagine pure chi is coming into your liver region. As you begin to
exhale, move the tip of your tongue from your upper palate to your lower palate. As you exhale, imagine
the sick chi moving out from your liver region, up and out through your mouth and away to the stars. Do
this twenty-four times, then begin to breath a naturally. You should notice and stop any thoughts
concerns or imaginings. You may feel vibration or hear sounds from under your hands. This practice
improves the function of your liver and gallbladder and relieves any health problems related to your liver
and gallbladder.

8. STOM ACH PROBLEM S AND DIABETES (Earth Sound)

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Place another pillow under your right elbow. Place your
crossed hands over your left lower chest area. This is where the stomach and spleen are located. M en,
place your left hand next to your body and women, place your right hand inside. Look up for a moment,
then look at the tip of your nose, and then look downward to the area under your hands where your
stomach and spleen are. Imagine the shape of your stomach. Close your eyes. Place your tongue on your
upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the teeth to touch lightly. As you breathe in,
imagine pure chi is coming into your mouth and down to your stomach and spleen region. As you exhale,
imagine the sick chi moving out from this area, up and out through your mouth and away to the stars. Do
this twenty-four times, then begin to breath a naturally. You should notice and stop any thoughts
concerns or imaginings. You may feel vibration or hear some sounds from under your hands. This form
can help you to improve the functioning of your spleen and stomach and is helpful to correct type II
diabetes and other stomach problems.

9. RELAX THE BODY OPEN THE M IND

Lie on your back with your head on a pillow. Lay your hands along your sides, palms facing down.

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Relax your legs you feet shoulder-width apart and pointing outward at a 45 degree angle. M ove your
eyes upwards then focuses them back to a point between your eyebrows.(Shang Dantian) Gaze with
your imaginary eye into the center of your head and then at a point on the back of your head at the base
of your skull (Yuzhen point) for a moment. Come back forward to your forehead again and stay there.
Close your eyes. Place your tongue on your upper palate just behind the upper teeth while allowing the
teeth to touch lightly. As you breathe in, imagine pure chi is coming in from the heavens entering your
forehead and moving into the center of your head. Then, as you exhale, imagine the chi moving out from
the center of your head forward through your forehead out to the distant universe. Do this twenty-four
times, then begin to breath a naturally, while imagining your favorite outdoor scene. This form can be
intense, you may receive insight from the universe and your body may tend to move or vibrate. It is not
unusual to have visions. This technique of the Sleeping qigong will help you open your “third eye” and
can be very beneficial for anyone under a great deal of stress, or dealing with rapid changes in their lives.

Posted in qi gong | Tagged calm the mind, deep breathing, energy healing,
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1. on November 18, 2009 at 5:13 pm | Reply Bridget

Does anyone know where I can find instructions for the practice of shui
gong (Sleeping QIgong) I would be most grateful

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