Significance of the Qi Channel for Health and Vitality in the Body - Master Sha Significance of the Qi Channel for Health and Vitality in the Body - Master Sha
Dec 2 2017 | Articles

Significance of the Qi Channel for Health and Vitality in the Body

On May 8, 2008, Master Sha received the wisdom and knowledge of the Qi and Jing channels, or the sacred circles to balance yin and yang for healing, rejuvenation and longevity. He also received sacred practices and techniques that we can apply to open and reinforce these channels and to nourish our health, vitality and longevity. Today we will explain some of the background and significance of these channels, reveal what is the Qi Channel and how can we practice with it to maintain good health and vitality.

To begin with, in traditional Chinese medicine, there are two meridians known as the Ren and Du meridians, which join as a circle in the human body. The Ren meridian starts at the genital area and flows up the front midline of the body to the face. It is the most important yin meridian. The Du meridian also starts at the genitals and flows up the back midline of the body and over the top of the head, then down the face. It is the most important yang meridian. To balance yin and yang is  the key to heal all sickness.

The San Jiao, also known as the Triple Burner in traditional Chinese Medicine, is the pathway of qi and bodily fluids. It represents three areas: the Upper, Middle and Lower Jiaos. The Upper Jiao is the space above the diaphragm. the Middle Jiao is the space between the diaphragm and the navel, and the Lower Jiao is the space from the navel down to the genital area. If qi and bodily fluids flow freely in the San Jiao, one is healthy. If not, one is sick.

A key piece of new wisdom came from Master Sha’s mentor, Master Guo, who discovered the Wai Jiao, which is the space located in front of the spinal column and back ribs, extending up into the head. It is the largest space in the body, and as it turns out, the San Jiao is like a river and the Wai Jiao like the ocean. The rivers flow to the ocean. Blockages in the San Jiao flow horizontally to the Wai Jiao. To clear the Wai Jiao is a secret for healing also.

The  Qi Channel is the inner yin yang circle. The Ren and Du meridian circle is the outer yin yang circle. If the inner circle flows, the outer circle follows. Thus, the inner circle is the healing circle.

This sacred circle starts from the Hui Yin acupuncture point, which is located on the perineum between the genitals and the anus (Hui means accumulation and “Yin” means message, energy and matter of yin, which is vital for healing). It flows from the Hui Yin up through the seven Soul Houses in the center of the body to the top of the head, and flows down in front of the spinal column (the Wai Jiao). Thus, chanting this circle helps us clear the inner circle of the 7 Soul Houses and the Wai Jaio.

Let us practice now.

Body Power: Sit up straight. Place one palm on your first Soul House (chakra) or you may even sit on your palm, with your fingers pointing backward, connecting with you Hui Yin acupuncture point. If you are male, you can use your left hand. If you are female you can use your right hand. Then place the other palm on your crown or 7th Soul House.

Soul Power: Say, Dear my inner Yin Yang Circle, I love you. You have the power to heal all sickness. Do a good job. Thank you. Dear the Divine Soul Song “Hei Heng Hong Ah Xi Yi Weng You” (these are the sounds for each of the 7 Soul Houses and the Wai Jaoi that  you can find in the Divine Soul Song Book), I love you. Please remove soul mind body blockages in my seven Soul Houses, Wai Jiao, and Inner Yin Yang Circle, which is a sacred healing circle. Please offer me a soul healing blessing as appropriate. I am extremely grateful. Thank you.

Mind Power: Visualize golden light shining in the seven Soul Houses, Wai  Jiao, and Inner Yin Yang Circle.

Sound Power: Chant silently or aloud:
Hei Heng Hong Ah Xi Yi Weng You (pronounced: hey hung hawng ah shee yee wung yoe)
Hei Heng Hong Ah Xi Yi Weng You
Hei Heng Hong Ah Xi Yi Weng You
Hei Heng Hong Ah Xi Yi Weng You ….

Chant for 5 minutes. The longer and more often you chant, the better results you could receive.

This is a powerful practice that can be done daily to align and clear blockages for your greatest physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

Next blog we will share the Outer Yin Yang Circle and practice. In that entry, we will practice both, which is very powerful way to balance yourself and promote healing and rejuvenation.

Thank you for your dedication. We are very blessed.

With love,

Your Tao Hands Team.