Are You Relaxed or Collapsed?

Improve Posture in Sitting Qi Gong + Sitting Meditation

An important aspect of sitting qi gong and meditation is the posture you hold during practice. Proper posture makes it possible for your body to relax, open up and let go, whereas poor alignments lock tension in your body and mind. Like all Tao arts training, the process of improving your posture takes place over time, as you become more comfortable sitting and make small yet significant adjustments. As you do, you gain access to the deeper tensions in your body, so you can release them once and for all.

In my 2011 Cologne, Germany retreat, I discussed the dichotomy between being relaxed versus collapsed, and offered an overview on how to progressively improve posture to get the most out of your sitting qi gong, meditation and breathing practice.

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