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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Make one part of the Body feel like the Other



Reviving Body Memory

by Malabika Shaw

Last weekend Master Chunyi Lin, acclaimed Qi-kung healer and teacher, conducted a 'Born a Healer' workshop in Iowa. Of the myriads of precious nuggets of information he shared, a few stand out. One such was the idea of reviving the body's memory. It was a special 'aha' moment for me.

This is how it goes. Let's say you have a bad knee. Conventional wisdom says to focus on that knee, whether you are treating it with western medicine, surgery or with massage, Reiki, or essential oils. Master Lin said something surprising. He said tap on the bad knee, acknowledge the problem and tell your knee that help is on its way. Then remove your attention and focus on the good knee. Gently and lovingly masssage it. Heighten the good feeling even more all the while apprecating it. Do this for a couple of minutes. Then go back and tap the bad knee and tell it that it can go ahead and 'completely' feel like the other knee. And then sit back and watch the magic.

No joke folks. It works. I experienced just that. According to Master Lin there is an innate intelligence in each organ and the ability to go back to normalcy. Often the memory of normalcy recedes because of the pain and trauma. We are just supporting it in remembering and restoring the blue print. You may have to do it a few times.

What happens if you have a chest pain, or a headache? You can then focus on another healthy organ nearby, like on the stomach for a chest pain, or on the face for a headache.

Makes perfect sense, does it not? And as Master Lin says, 'Believe it and it works. Don't beleive it, it still works, but it works better when you do believe'. Give it a go folks, what have you to lose?

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2 comments:

  1. Hi Daria,

    Love your blog :)

    That is so cool! This post reminded me:
    I read about that a long time ago, in a little book from a French lady. She said that for example if you had a stiff shoulder, you should start working on your healthy shoulder and that the other shoulder would get healthy too. I am gonna look up the book and the writer!
    Le corps a ses raisons by Therese Bertherat & Carol Bernstein (1976).
    Perhaps you can find a translated copy in your local library.

    XX, Marina

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tph3V5gCtA

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