In this Qigong healing sound video demonstration, by Chugarkwon Sanda, he demonstrates the movements and healing sounds used for six healing organs:
- Liver uses the "shu" sound and promotes liver qi and blood circulation, dispels anger, irritability, frustration, depression, stress, & toxins in the liver, improves digestion.
- Spleen uses the "who" sound and regulates digestive function, rids turbid qi in spleen & stomach, dispels worry and helps build trust.
- Heart uses the "ha" or "he"sound and regulates heart functions, calms the mind, dispels anxiety, promotes blood circulation.
- Lungs uses "sss" or "shh" sound and regulates lung function, good for shoulder & upper body joint fatigue, tension, & releases sadness & grief.
- Kidneys uses"chu" of "chway" sound and boosts kidney function, releases low back pain, fear, builds the will or drive to move forward in life.
- San Jiao uses "xi" or "she" sound and improves energy circulation, flow of blood, and breath. It also dispels heat and toxicity from the whole body.
Shu for the Liver
Hands at sides below ribcage; palms up. Exhale the shu sound and reach one arm across the body until you reach shoulder height. Inhale and come back to center. Exhale the shu sound and stretch the other arm across your body. Keep your hips forward to get a good torso twist.
Who for Spleen
Hands on either side of a qi ball in front of the belly. Inhale, then exhale a "who" sound as you bring your hands towards your belly, like squishing a ball against your belly. Inhale and push your hands away from your belly. Exhale the "who" sound and bring your hands back towards your belly.
Ha for Heart
Lean forward and cup the hands below groin level. Inhale and scoop hands up until elbows are out at shoulder height and the backs of the hands are touching. Fingertips are pointed down. Exhale a "ha" sound and lower your hands. When they reach navel height, bring them around the outsides of a qi ball and then bend to scoop qi with palms up.
Sss for the Lungs
Raise the hands to the armpits, take a big breath while tilting the neck back and opening your chest. Exhale a "sss" sound while pushing the palms away and directly in front of you at shoulder height. Scoop the hands around and gather qi into the chest on the inhale. Open the chest and exhale a "sss" sound as you push the hands away.
Chui (or chway) for the Kidneys
With arms stretched in front of you at shoulder height, palms face the earth. Bring arms around and place hands on the low back. Inhale and then exhale a "chui" sound as you brush your hads down your low back, butt, and around to the front. Gather the qi into your belly and wrap it around your waist to your back. Exhale a "chui" sound as the hands come down and forward. End with the palms on low abdomen.
She for the San Jiao
Inhale and place the backs of the hands together and raise them up along the midline. Open the hands out towards the sky. Hold the breath and bring the palms facing down at chest level as you exhale your hands down and make a "she" sound. Place the backs of your hands together, inhale, and raise them up and then over your head to open the sky.
Finish with a ball of energy being brought into your navel.