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Arts of Healing 2015-08-13T14:06:38+00:00

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Gyeong-Hyeol-Ma-Chal-Beop -Gi-Energy Activating Exercises

Gyeongnaks, or acu-lines, are the channels through which Gi(energy) flows in the body. Gyeong means down channels; Lak means cross channels. These cross and down channels provide Gi-energy to the organs in the body. Gyeonghyeols, or acu-points, are the vital points on the Gi channels, Gyeongnak. Gyeong-naks are the railroads; Gyeong-hyeols are stations on the railroads.

Gyeong-hyeol Ma-chal is one of the traditional healing methods which traces back more than 2,000 years, and has been handed down secretly among “Doh”(those practicing Tao, the Way) trainees in Korea. By the simple actions of pressing and rubbing or stroking gyeong-hyeols, the flow of Gi-energy is facilitated and the natural healing ability of the body is strengthened. This method has similar effects to acupuncture, but it is simple. If you do this every day, especially just after getting up in the morning, you can keep your body healthy.

 

WWarm-uparm-up

Rub your hands together 36 times and make them warm before you rub each area 36 times. Then Gi-energy will be gathered at the center of each palm, Jangsim.

 

Rubbing the HeadRubbing the Head

After rubbing hands, brush hair from front to back with your fingertips 36 times.  Imagine the full Gi-energy of the palms refreshes the entire head.

 

Rubbing the Back of the headRubbing the Back of the head

After rubbing the hands, rub the back of the head.  Rub the occipital area with the left hand, and the back of the neck (7th cervical vertebrae) with the right hand 36 times.

 

Rubbing the EarRubbing the Ear

As each ear has acupoints which affect the whole body, rubbing the ears has the effect to control the entire body.

– Up & Down: After rubbing the hands, rub the side of each ear upward & downward with each ear between index and middle fingers 36 times.

– Front & Back: After rubbing your hands, sweep the entire ear from front to back with your palms 36 times.

– Massaging evenly: After rubbing your hands, massage the entire ear with thumbs and index fingers evenly and fully.

– Pulling: After rubbing your hands, pull out the upper, lower, and the side parts of the ears with your thumbs and index fingers 3 or 4 times each.

– Corking & Spinning: After rubbing your hands, cork the ear holes with your index fingers and spin the fingers gently and stimulate the ear holes.

– Corking & Popping: After rubbing your hands, cork the ear holes with the index fingers and pop the fingers out.

 

Rubbing the EyesRubbing the Eyes

– After rubbing the hands, place the middle and ring fingers around the eyes and sweep from inside to outside 36 times.

– After rubbing the hands, press the inner end of the eyes gently with the index fingers and move around gently 36 times.

 

Rubbing the Sides of the NoseRubbing the Sides of the Nose

After rubbing both hands, place your middle fingers on each side of the nose and rub up and down 36 times.

 

Rubbing the Injung SpotRubbing the Injung Spot

After rubbing the hands, rub the center of the Injung(point below the nose) with your index finger side to side 36 times. Men use the left index finger, while women use the right index finger.

 

Rubbing the Face & NeckRubbing the Face & Neck

After rubbing the hands, stroke down from the forehead to the neck with both palms alternatively 36 times.

 

Rubbing the Chest & AbdomenRubbing the Chest & Abdomen

– After rubbing the hands, rub cross-ways from the right chest to the left lower abdomen with the right palm 36 times.

– After rubbing the hands, rub cross-ways from the left chest to the right lower abdomen with the left palm 36 times.

 

Rubbing the Lower abdomen (Danjeon area)Rubbing the Lower abdomen (Danjeon area)

– After rubbing the hands, place the right hand over the left hand onto the lower abdomen,  and rub it, rotating the hands clockwise 36 times.

– After rubbing the hands, place the left hand over the right hand onto lower abdomen, and rub it, rotating the hands clockwise 36 times.

 

Rubbing the Lower backRubbing the Lower back

After rubbing the hands, position both palms on the lower back and rub it up and down to the lower part of the pelvis 36 times.

 

 

Rubbing the Lower legsRubbing the Lower legs

-Rubbing the Knees: Sit down and bend the knees.  After rubbing the hands, rub the knees with the palms from inside to outside 36 times.

– Rubbing the Lower Leg: After rubbing the hands, rub the shins up & down with the palms 36 times. Make sure to position your fingers on the inner side of the legs,  and  your palms on the outside.

– Rubbing the Sole of Your Feet: Sit down with your legs crossed.  After rubbing the hands, rub each sole with each palm 36 times.

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