What is Qi?
Release Date: 08/18/2019
The Five Bodies
The next concept to understand is the five “Wu,” or the fives phases. Traditional Chinese Medicine focuses on what happens with energy when it is here in the physical realm. The five elements -- fire, earth, metal, water and wood -- represent different phases of energy and the focus is on the relationship between phases/elements and their effects on each other. This forms the basis for Traditional Chinese Medicine’s holistic understanding of maintaining health within our five bodies.info_outline You Have Five Bodies, Not One.
The Five Bodies
Hear more in depth about the Akashic field and how it relates to the energies that we are made up of in what is defined as The 5 Bodies. Each one of us has a pivot point that keeps 5 different energy bodies together in our personhood. When things go wrong health wise in different part of the energetic bodies, they impact the other parts as well.info_outline What is Qi?
The Five Bodies
The very old concept of Qi is being validated by scientific discovery. It seems there is something that exists in the void of space that makes up 85% of the mass of the Universe. Math and logic the modern tools of choice over ancient wisdom are baffled by what they know is there but can not see or measure. Learn about what this going on in the “emptiness” of space and how we humans knew about this connective emptiness a very long time ago. In this episode you will hear: About the concepts of Qi and the Akashic Field How historical...info_outline
The very old concept of Qi is being validated by scientific discovery. It seems there is something that exists in the void of space that makes up 85% of the mass of the Universe. Math and logic the modern tools of choice over ancient wisdom are baffled by what they know is there but can not see or measure. Learn about what this going on in the “emptiness” of space and how we humans knew about this connective emptiness a very long time ago.
In this episode you will hear:
- About the concepts of Qi and the Akashic Field
- How historical philosophers and their viewpoints shaped we chose to look at our world years ago.
- About the discovery of dark energy and it’s generative creative force.
- About the vast amount of empty space we cannot observe between everything, even our own atoms and how it is points back to Qi.
- How the ancients ability to understand what science is just know acknowledging is an example of the potency of an integrated left brain and right brain.
- More about the observable patterns in our world have pointed us to the truth of nature.
“I love science and I can geek out and wonk out on science.” - Candace Veach
"The concept of Qi was developed by sages and seers thousands of years ago based on natural observation and on deep meditative inquiry.” - Candace Veach
“Science can’t always measure what they know is there, like with a black hole, they measure the effects . . . they know dark energy exists but they can not measure it” - Candace Veach
“It is so subtle, and so refined, and so indescribable, that they can't get a hold on it, other than knowing that it's there, something is there.” - Candace Veach
“And that's why the universe just keeps expanding out in every direction. Not because of a big bang, but because there's this generative creative force that is creating more of itself in a continuous fashion.” - Candace Veach
“The Qi field. The Akashic field. This is this rarified connective invisible fabric that holds everything together.” - Candace Veach
“And in the yoga tradition, there is a simple mantra that it says, ‘all that is and ever was and ever will be is That.’” - Candace Veach
"Gravity is a force that is moving and dancing with this other force, [the Generative force/Qi Field] which some are hypothesizing is sort of the counterbalance to Gravity, it's expanding things while gravity pulls things inward. And that would be a yin/yang pairing.” - Candace Veach
“But for me, I think the most pervasive pattern is the most obvious one, which is that simply wherever we look, if we look closely enough, we find this empty space that isn't actually empty.” - Candace Veach
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Candace Veach is board certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine and has been serving the Brentwood community in Los Angeles for over fifteen years.