Greg de Vries gently guides you to meditate and scan your body to help you be more aware of sensations and feeling within your body. The meditation helps you in being present and also increases your awareness to the sensations in your body.
Qigong exercise for the kidney, led by Barbara Branaman.
I usually do a meditation to prepare myself for a Qigong medical treatment. This is done to prepare the space, prepare me, as well as be open to receive information on what specifics the client may need. Right before one of my recent Qigong healing treatments, I could sense the presence of the client's Spiritual Guides. They communicated they wanted to improve their ability to communicate directly with her and requested I energize my client's five sense to help improve her ability to receive subtle messages through her senses. They then showed me how to do this.
When my client came, I shared this with her about the recommendation from her Spiritual Guides, and she was willing to try this change in the normal Qigong treatment. So, we began.
I had my client lay face up on the Qigong table, relax, close her eyes, and then I followed these steps, which is what I had been shown.
I held one of her hands, then directed Qi into the middle of her palm with my gathered fingers. I then repeated this same process on her other hand. This was to help improve her ability to sense touch from her Spiritual Guides.
Next, I placed my gather fingers, under her chin and directed Qi into her mouth and tongue. This was to fine tune and improve her sensation of taste and receive subtle communication of taste as a means of communication.
I then used both hands, placing a single finger from each hand on each side of her nostril and directed Qi into her nose and face. This was to fine tune and improve her ability to receive any smells her Spiritual Guides may send as a means of communication.
I then used both hands and placed a single finger on each side of her eyes, directing Qi briefly into her eyes with the message to improve the ability to receive subtle visual communications from her Spiritual Guides.
Next, I used both hands, and placed a single finger in the side of her face, in front of each ear. I directed Qi into her ears, with the message of fine tuning her ability to listen and hear messages from her Spiritual Guides.
Finally, I place a single finger in the middle of her forehead and directed Qi into her head, with the message and purpose of helping her receive telepathic messages and communication from her Spiritual Guides.
I then began her Qigong healing treatment. At the end of the treatment, my client asked if I blew air into her face during the treatment, as she could feel someone puffing air into her face, and this air had the scent of a 'summer breeze'.
I told her "no, it must have been your Spiritual Guides testing out your ability to receive subtle messages using your different senses. It appears to me, this is a confirmation you are able to receive their subtle communications of touch and smell".
I don't know how other Qigong healers do their remote Qigong healing treatments, but for me, this is what I have found that works for a remote healing treatment.
I then give the client my feedback on the assessment, the treatment, and what I experienced. I also solicit feedback from the client on their experience.
This is another example of the Brocades Qigong exercise. This exercise is demonstrated by Master Jesse Tsao.