July 21, 2011

Cycling, Chi-Gong and Su-jok medicine

Chi-Gong has rather unique position among methods to balance and gain energy,
--- there's a variety of traditions and branches within each 
--- Chi-Gong having Tibetan/Chinese origin is very practically oriented, like most of Chinese approaches,
in contrast to, for example, Hindus healing traditions
--- generally one can expect faster progress with Chi-Gong in connection to energy gain and recovery 
after big energy spending like Grand Tours
--- Chi-Gong is essential part of every martial art tradition, which makes it much closer to
Western sports 

In connection to acupuncture and Su-jok medicine in particular, there's distinct similarity for methods
of energy accumulation.
The fundamental Chi-Gong practice of "Lesser and Grosser Heaven's Circle" to work on Du-Mai and Zheng-Mai meridians to raise body energy, has at least 3 basic schemes in Su-jok which also gives more
options, like extending the exercise to 24/7 by tools attached to points.

Regarding to cycling (and any other sport), Su-Jok and Chi-Gong can give:
--- faster recovery so far all energy paths to organs and systems are well described
(and used to treat very serious diseases)
--- one can focus on a particular systems like cardiovascular, muscular, even lymphatic for
faster removal of wastes and toxins from muscles and organs
--- by Su-jok one can focus even more, to do this for thighs muscles, or calf, or back, with similar schemes
which were described for a particular region like knee traumas
--- raising energy by working with basic energy points can give more power and quite effectively
support during "bad" days and periods
--- there's simple emotional correction by massage of an organ zone which corersponds to a particular
emotion : fear - kidneys/bladder; anxiety - spleen/pancreas/stomach etc (was described earlier), let alone
special emotions correction schemes.

Chi-Gong has proved itself as efficient tool to a wide range of conditions from posture correction to
recovery from serious traumas and even stroke (many sources available).

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