Six Healing Sounds. by Mantak Chia. Everyone has heard stories about gifted beings who possess great healing powers. People seek out these gifted healers. The Six Healing Sounds (also called Liuzijue, or 六字诀 in Chinese) is a breathing technique devised by the ancient Chinese to improve health and promote. In comparison to Indian yoga techniques, the six healing sounds could be said to be . Based on Mantak Chia, Taoist Ways to Transform Stress into Vitality: The.

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Return to your eyes and quickly smile down the entire Back Line. Feel the spinal cord and the back becoming loose and comfortable. Dark blue or black Season: Try to feel the exchange of cool, fresh energy replacing hot, dark waste energy.

With a single inhalation, breathe first into the upper part of your lungs to expand the Upper Warmer, then into the middle of the lungs to expand the Middle Warmer, and finally into the lower lungs to fill the Lower Warmer.

Hey vocalized, rhymes with chua.

Concentrate on feeling the virtue power of courage. Feel the thymus gland become warm as it begins to vibrate six healing sounds mantak chia expand like a blossoming flower.

Bring the combined sexual, smiling, and virtue energies up to the navel, and spiral them into that point. It’s also very effective for relieving stress. Shi relates to gallbladder rather than triple burner. Chu pronounced Chew, vocalized. Negative emotions need not be dreaded for with the use of the Six Healing Sounds they can easily be transformed into refreshing vital force.


Then bring your legs together, ankles and knees touching. The Lower Warmer, the area below the navel, is responsible for reproduction and elimination and is cool in temperature.

Take a deep breath as you slowly swing six healing sounds mantak chia arms up and over the head. See-ahh, “a barely audible prolonged chant”. Smile into the pineal gland and feel this tiny gland gradually swell and grow like a bulb. One should take air in through the nose and let it out slowly through the mouth Close the eyes, breathe normally, smile down to the six healing sounds mantak chia, be aware of the lungs, and imagine that you are still making the sound.

I have found the Six Healing Sounds to be the most valuable technique of all the many spiritual soundw I ve healinng so far. The Proper sitting posture. Feel your spine pulling against your knees.

Six Healing Sounds

Close your eyes and be aware of your lungs. Craig Reid quotes a fifth century description of the system by a famous physician, Tao Hung-jing perhaps the same as Cohen’s hermit?

You can clear the lungs of energetic, emotional, and physical pollution by smiling into them. Smile down to the kidneys and feel them expand with radiant energy. Close the eyes, breathe normally and imagine you are still making the sound. The liver is associated with the emotion of six healing sounds mantak chia and the virtue of kindness. Take a deep breath and, letting your eyes follow, raise the arms up in front of you. This will balance the left and right brain and strengthen the nerves.


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When you have exhaled completely, sit up and slowly breathe in to the kidneys, imagining a bright blue energy as the quality of gentleness enters the kidneys. Part your lips slightly, holding your jaw gently closed. For a sore throat, cold sores, swollen gums or tongue, heart disease, heart pains, jumpiness, moodiness, and for detoxifying the heart, repeat 9 to 36 times. With each inbreath, inhale fresh Chi to your six healing sounds mantak chia, pancreas, and stomach as a brilliant luminous yellow healing mist that cleanses and six healing sounds mantak chia your organs.

Shee, “‘she,’ with the teeth slightly parted and lips formed in a small smile. Let it flow down through your neck. If there is anything you see or feel in the lungs that is unpleasant to you, get soundss of it.

Smile down to your lungs and be aware of any sadness, grief, or excess heat in your lungs.