Qigong for Sensitivities and Anxiety with Jeffrey Chand
There are many reasons to practice qigong. Amongst the most popular reason is anxiety and sensitivities.
Many people experience the symptoms of anxiety such as:
Panic, fear, and uneasiness
Not being able to stay calm and still
Cold, sweaty, numb or tingling hands or feet
Shortness of breath
If you know that you are a sensitive or highly sensitive person, truly, awareness is the first step. Once you know you have sensitivities then you can work to build the skill of protecting yourself from your environment. In this video I discuss the concept of Maai, and go through an exercise called Playing with Water. Not surprisingly the exercise is very playful!
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