☯️ WHAT IS CHI NEI TSANG?
Chi Nei Tsang (CNT) is a therapeutic massage and meditation technique for activating and cleansing the internal organs of the abdomen. The Taoist ways of ancient China have found that we often develop energy blockages in the internal organs that lead to knots and entanglements in the abdominal area. These blockages occur in the centre of our body where our vital functions operate and hinder the flow of energy.
The greatest damage to our centre is caused by negative emotions such as anxiety, anger, insecurity, depression and worries. Problems can also occur through overwork, stress, accidents, surgeries, drugs, medicines, poisons, improper nutrition and poor physical activity. Meditation taught the wise to look inside and to discover the connection of the internal organs with the five forces of the universe. This acts as a link between the microcosm of man and the macrocosm of the universe. The organs contain the essence of the spiritual power of man and form the lines of force that hold the body together and give it its structure.
Chi Nei Tsang helps to regain good internal structure and to release stuck energy, creating vitality and wellness in the body’s integrated systems.
☯️ BASIC EFFECTS of CHI NEI TSANG
• Allows deep relaxation
• Leads to detoxification of the body
• Improves the blood / lymph flow
• Stimulates the immune system
• Produces energy flow and breathing throughout the body
• Helps to build and strengthen the body; digestive performance and vitality are thereby sustainably improved
• Teaches us to pay attention to the quality of our emotional life
• Solves deep-seated tension in the intestine area
• Helps with sleeping problems
• Accelerates healing of injuries and trauma (including surgical trauma)
• Helps with reproductive health – painful periods, impotence, infertility
CNT can be taken as a course to become a certified Practitioner or as a self-healing modality. Many people take the course to give treatments to themselves, family and friends. This is course is called Chi Nei Tsang 1.
The Way to become a CNT I Practitioner:
After taking this CNT I course you will be able to complete 100 case studies – 5 sessions each with 20 people (within 2 years). In these five sessions, you will apply the different techniques that you’ve learned in the CNT I course. On completion of your case studies, you will be required to repeat the CNT 1 course. During this training you will be evaluated to be certified as a CNT I Practitioner.
The course is facilitated by Senior Instructor Jutta Kellenberger who is Global Branch Leader of Chi Nei Tsang in the Universal Healing Tao System. She guides and manages how the abdominal massage is taught and practiced around the world. Jutta has extensive training with Master Mantak Chia – she lives, works and teaches at his Tao Garden in Thailand.