Transform Energy with Tai Chi /Qigong – What’s It All About Pt 4

By on 02/06/2015
transform energy

Transform Energy

Transform Your Energy Using Qigong

All life, all activity is energy / vibration / resonance.  Everything we think or do has an energy; a vibration. Yesterday Jason charted various human emotions on a 1-1,000 scale, pointing out the “lower emotions” which drive most humans; fear, anger, jealousy, etc.  Only 1.4% of the world’s population is functioning at the highest vibration of unconditional love.

Those of us who are seeking are drawn toward this information because this is where we are at on our soul’s journey.  We are seeking to learn how to raise our vibration to these higher levels.  My conclusion is that we will learn how to use Qigong / Tai Chi as a physical tool to help us get there.

 

This is the part 4 conclusion of this week’s video recorded lesson where the overall message is to understand what is meant by ‘transform energy’.  The four parts together are only the first hour of his seminar broken down into 15 minutes “chunks” to facilitate computer / video viewing.   to watch the video of Jason

If you are wondering how tai chi / qigong has to do with meditation and raising one’s vibration, or “transform energy” to a higher level, watch this video.  It is not part of the seminar-series but I think it does a good job of tying these two ideas all together.

Transform Energy with Tai Chi:

 

To go back to part 1 of this 4 part series Click Here 

For an interesting read about tai chi and vibration, check out the NIH article titled:  The Effects of Tai Chi Chuan Combined with Vibration Training on Balance Control and Lower Extremity Muscle Power.   I think they used “vibration” differently than the way we are referring to because they actually developed a vibrational platform, but one could say in the end it achieved a similar result.  After all, everything is resonance.


 

2 Comments

  1. Neil Bradley

    02/06/2015 at 7:32 am

    I watched al four video clips with great interest. Jason is an outstanding communicator and the ideas are presented in a very accessible manner.

    • Cathy

      02/09/2015 at 6:47 am

      I agree! Thank you for taking the time to add your feedback, Neil. -Cathy

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