Qigong is a Chinese system of breathing and movement exercises. In addition to the healing effect, qigong is associated with the religious worldview of the Taoist monks. In this article, we will consider the therapeutic effect of this practice on such topical diseases as eczema and psoriasis in our time. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, chronic skin diseases are associated with an imbalance in the Respiratory System and Colon. If red, itchy patches are also present, then there is most likely a liver energy disorder. In general, inflammation indicates that the body is affected by serious stress or conflict. Before the imbalance affected the condition of the skin, it had already been present in the body for a long time. The best solution to this problem is a combination of diet, exercise, relaxation techniques such as meditation. Lifestyle: described below the drink is quite effective with skin diseases. Mix together 2 tablespoons of chlorophyll juice, 4 tablespoons of aloe vera juice, and 4 cups of water or juice (grape juice works best). Start by drinking one glass a day. If headache or diarrhea occurs, reduce the dose slightly. Increase the dose by no more than ¼ per day. Eliminate milk and dairy products, as well as spicy foods from your diet. Andrew Weil also recommends taking 500mg of blackcurrant oil twice a day (half dose for children under 12) to combat eczema (long course required, 6-8 weeks). Take a bath or shower for no longer than 15 minutes. Avoid steroid and hydrocortisone ointments, as they further exacerbate internal imbalances in the body instead of helping it cleanse itself. The exercises below should be repeated several times a day to restore energy balance.
lung sound Sit on the edge of a chair or bed. Place your palms on your knees, elbows slightly away from the body. You can close your eyes or leave them open. Start raising your arms up in front of you. Lifting, slowly turn them to the chest. When your hands are above your head, turn your palms with the inside towards the ceiling. The fingertips of both hands should line up and look at each other. Shoulders and elbows are rounded and relaxed. Feel your chest slowly expand. Relax your breath and, as you exhale, say the sound “sss” like a hissing snake or steam coming out of a radiator. While making this sound, slowly turn your head up. The sound should come out on one exhale. While playing, imagine how all the negative emotions, sadness, depression come out of your lungs. Visualize however you wish – some people visualize fog leaving the lungs. When you have finished breathing and sounding, take a deep breath and relax. Turn your palms inside down and slowly return to your knees. Place your palms with the inside up on your knees. Feel the feeling of courage and bravery associated with the color white filling your lungs. Relax. Repeat as many times in a row as you see fit and do this exercise 2-3 times a day.
Sound baked Place your hands on your knees, palms up, elbows slightly away from the body. Extend your arms, keeping your elbows slightly bent and your shoulders relaxed. Raise your arms until they reach the level of your head. Clasp your palms together and turn them to face the ceiling. Stretch your right side and lean to the left. You should feel a slight stretch on the right side where the liver is. Look up with your eyes wide open. As you exhale, say the sound “shhh” as if water has poured into a hot pan. As you exhale and make the sound, visualize the bad emotions of anger leaving your liver. When you finish the sound, inhale and relax. Release your hands, turn them palms down and slowly lower them to your knees. Lowering, place your hands on your knees, palms up. Relax and imagine positive feelings of goodness and bright green light filling your liver. Repeat the exercises as often as you see fit.