Written by: Garden Retreat Spa
Mantak Chia, a master of Chi Nei Tsang, discusses the ancient Taoist system of Chi Nei Tsang – a detoxification and rejuvenation process for the internal organs. Master Chia walks the reader through a step-by-step process on how to avoid absorbing negative energies from others and take full control of their own health – through the self-healing techniques of Chi Nei Tsang.
Chi Nei Tsang was birthed during an era where there were few physicians available, leaving spirituality to become one of the primary medicines of the time. Even in today’s modern medicine, there are still symptoms that today’s techniques cannot cure due to a lack of knowledge regarding the physical symptoms. Master Chia offers fully illustrated exercises that discuss how to detoxify the internal organs and clear the energy (chi) channels throughout the human body.
An invigorating read to say the least, Master Chia created a book that’s thriving with knowledge. Furthermore, it isn’t something you can find in your average New York Asian massage parlor. It requires patience, focus, and belief to take charge of one’s well-being.
In order balance your emotions, manage your stress, and provide other benefits to your health, you must be open to recognizing and observing symptoms, which Master Chia openly explains how to do. The self-healing techniques were thought to be long lost over the years, but Mantak Chia is a prime example of a living tradition that won’t be found in any New York massage parlor in your neighborhood.
So, if you believe that the local Korean massage in NYC down the street from your house can provide the same tactics that Master Chia demonstrates in this book, try it out – odds are, you’ll only end up with a puzzled expression and a counter-offer.