Feng Shui for the Body: Balancing Body and Mind for a Healthier Life

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Quest Books, Aug 1, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Feng shui means "the flow of things." In this breakthrough book, the Chinese principles of energy flow, usually applied to arranging one's home, are extended to the most intimate house we inhabit--our human body. As Daniel Santos learns from three fascinating teachers to balance the energies of body and mind according to feng shui principles, he guides readers on a profound journey of self-discovery and self-healing. Postures, exercises, innovative meditations, and journaling techniques based on the principles of Chinese medicine and feng shui teach readers to "Become Aware of Your Center,""Contact Your Energy Body," and use the "Four Motions" of body movement, breath, eye movement, and sound to improve the body's energy flow for greater health and well-being.
 

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Contents

BECOMING AWARE OF YOUR CENTER
9
DREAMING THE BODY
11
THE INBETWEEN
23
THE NIGHT DREAM
33
THE BIGGER DREAM
47
EMBODYING YOUR AWARENESS
55
HUANG
57
THK BODY EYE
73
STRATEGY
145
HUNTING THE ANIMALS
147
THE PAUSE
161
FENG SHUI FOR THE BODY
171
EULOGIO
173
THE FENG SHUI OF THE BODY
181
RELAXING INTO CONTACT
197
HEALING SICKNESS
203

KEISHA
79
PACKING THE BONES
93
RELEASING THE JOINTS
107
THE EYES AND THINKING
117
SOUND
123
THE DAY DREAM
133
THE HEALER
213
THE PRESSURE OF AFFECTION
221
THE PASTA THEORY
223
THK GROCERY STORE
233
THE PRESSURE OF AFFECTION
245
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