I know what you are probably thinking. What is a Chi (Qi), and how do I find it? Well, according to the Merriam-Webster definition, your Chi is a; “vital energy that is held to animate the body internally.” In layman terms, your chi is an intangible force of energy that we all obtain within. Its the energy that drive and connects us all together. By suppressing our Chi, We can cause internal conflict within such as, Depression and Etc. At other times, we may embrace it, therefore we continue to evolve and grow as people. Bringing balance to your Chi is important if you are looking to gain control of your emotions and thoughts. An unbalanced Chi brings emotions of distress, while a balanced Chi can bring more joyous emotions to the surface.
Finding and building your inner Chi is a process, unearthing a lot of emotional feelings buried deep down in your subconscious. There is a lot that goes into the idea of understanding and harnessing it. There are many ways that you can find your Chi, including Yoga, Meditation and even Acupuncture. While Meditation and Yoga both includes breathing techniques. An acupuncturist uses needles and acupuncture points that breaks up blockages, while creating an energy flow. The benefits of opening your Chi includes; more restful sleep and spiritual growth, etc.
There are several ways of realizing if you have successfully found your inner Chi. Advanced intuition and trusting your gut instincts are on the top of the list. Intuition is a powerful indicator that we all inherit, warning us of both good and bad. You have definitely achieve a goal of becoming more spiritual sound, once you learn to listen and trust your feelings. Feeling less stagnant and more easily flowing is a sign you have found your Chi. When we become overly attached to people, places and things, it stifles our Chi and it stops the flow. Once you show gratitude in everything in life, you can remove the blockages and the Chi will flow again.
Finding your Chi is finding your purpose in life. By understanding and harnessing this innate force of energy, it helps you put things into perspective. Reconnecting with your inner self is the way to build your source of strength and tranquility. The real challenge is finding the time and discipline to practice this everyday. Finding your Chi takes patience and lots of love and understanding.