Wednesday, April 24, 2019

10 Chinese Holistic Lifestyle Tips

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Emperor Qian Long reigned from 1736 -1796. For his time, he lived a long time, dying in his late 80’s. He was from the Manchu or Qing Dynasty. The following information is given for you to also be wise and happy as he was:

1. Rise Early.

Exhale your stale air: You will have to train yourself to exhale first…it seems we all want to inhale before doing the exhale. The aim is to release the stagnate air out so new, fresh can come in.

If you rise early, it will help to avoid being late all day. Get up 5 minutes before sunrise. The later you get up, you will find yourself rushing more.

2. Eat special food and herbs.

(Herbs can be defined as a wide variety of all vegetables). Eat whole food every meal. When eating vegetables, you need to include roots. When eating roots, you need to include greens. The Emperor ate fish and fowl ie quail. He ate the bones also.

3. Click the teeth together ie Chi Kung.

By doing this, it helps each vertebrae. It helps stimulate the organs. Clench your jaw to stimulate the organs and muscles.

4. Chew your saliva 500 times before your meal.

This is disinfecting and healing. When you have chewed the same mouthful of saliva 500x, swallow it. The parotid gland begins to release its hormone, parotin, after 50 chews. (Use your tongue to push against the front lower teeth on the soft tissue to get you started…not much because you will generate a lot more once you start adding the “chews”.

You can use an ume pit to create saliva also to get you started. Don’t throw away the pit. Save the pit for another project. It can be used with others you will want to save for some medicinal remedies. (Cornelia Aihara planted some to see if they would grow…they are live food…she had plum trees at Vega from her effort!).

5. Massage your ears.

There are 100 acupressure points in the ear. It is the fastest way to stimulate the whole body and get energy. Pull the earlobes downward).

6. Rub the nose.

This helps to stimulate the heart, the sinuses on the side of the nose. Also the stomach for better HCL. Stimulates the circulation.

7. Roll the eyes. Bates’ exercises were recommended by Lino.

Rolling the eyes stimulates the brain and good for thinking.

8. Massage your feet in a “kneading” manner.

(Don’t forget to rotate each toe gently first one way and then the next too).

9. Stretching the limbs helps remove uric and lactic acids.

(I like to recommend the book entitled, “Sotai” by Dr. Hashimoto.
When you engage in physical labor, it is useful to stretch before and afterward.

10. Raise the anus.

The following information is copied and pasted from one of my Blogs entitled Resources for Self Help. It is #9. ( Please scroll down until you come upon it the Blog should you feel curious about what else is included.)

The notes were taken from a lecture by Mr. Lino Stanchich at the French Meadows Camp. To the basic, pithy notes I took, I am additional information which I am hoping will enrich the points in more depth.

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May Ling
Macrobiotics & natural health practitioner of Chinese decent. May Ling provides a Yin-Yang perspective to holistic health and natural healing. Contact: [email protected]

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