Traditional method’s of wellness and healing such as yoga encourages a strong chi by creating a union between the emotions and our wellbeing.
Is known by many names in various cultures. In China it is called Qi or Chi. The Japanese named it Ki. In India it’s referred to as Prana. Polynesian cultures call it Mana, in Tibetan Buddhism it is known as Lüng, in the West it goes by many names such as Life Force, Life Energy, or bio-energy. Elements of the qi concept can also be found in popular culture, for example The Force in Star Wars.
In traditional Chinese culture, chi is an active principle forming part of any living thing and is the central underlying principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.
The amount of Chi life force energy, within a person’s body has an effect on our natural healing capability, as Chi aids to sustain the systems and organs of an individual’s body, nourishing them and their essential operations and contributing to the natural development and replenishment of cells.
Chi is like a horse and the mind is the rider, if there is something wrong with the horse the rider will not be able to ride properly.