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YOQI: Qigong Flow for Happy Kidneys (Streaming)

by Marisa Cranfill

Rejuvenate your energy, and tap into the effortless flow of your own internal power source. Qigong Flow for Happy Kidneys is a complete routine designed to balance and nourish the kidneys and urinary bladder. In traditional Chinese medicine, the kidneys resonate with the water element and the spirt of willpower. Happy kidneys are the key to energetic stamina, sexual potency, and longevity. They not only regulate the body fluids and filter the blood, but they are also considered the energy batteries of our body.

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Rejuvenate your energy, and tap into the effortless flow of your own internal power source.

Qigong Flow for Happy Kidneys is a complete routine designed to balance and nourish the kidneys and urinary bladder. In traditional Chinese medicine, the kidneys resonate with the water element and the spirt of willpower. Happy kidneys are the key to energetic stamina, sexual potency, and longevity. They not only regulate the body fluids and filter the blood, but they are also considered the energy batteries of our body. The kidneys store yuan qi,the precious gift of innate qi inherited from our parents. They also store reserve qi, jing qi,which affects our general energy and sexual potency. When our kidney energy is weak, the whole body becomes weak, and we cannot actualize our full potential or willpower. When the kidneys are strong, we have a reserve of potent energy to draw upon throughout our life.

Happy kidneys are relaxed kidneys. This routine uses the qigong principles of dynamic relaxation and effortless flow to embody the water element, promoting deep relaxation and rejuvenation. Water is characterized by tranquility and fluidity. The Daoist classics describe water as soft and yielding, yet extremely powerful. Choose this routine to promote longevity and charge your internal batteries, and to transform stress, fatigue, fear, or shock. Filmed on the beach in Hua Hin, Thailand.

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