Mantak Chia – Cosmic Inner Smile. 1 Cosmic Inner SmileSmiling Heals the BodyMantak ChiaEdited by:Annette Dersken 2 Editor: Annette. The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy [Mantak Chia] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A guide to the foundational. Editorial Reviews. Review. ” a positive force that can be used to redirect the inner strife, Twitter Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy by [Chia, Mantak.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. For colds, flu, mucous, toothaches, smoking, asthma, emphysema, or depression, or for detoxifying the lungs, you can repeat the sound 9, 12, 18, 24, or 36 times. You should feel a stretch that extends from the heels of the palms, along the forearms, over the elbows, along the upper arms and into the shoulders.

The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy

Feel your spine expanding and elongating, making you taller. Our organs work hard to maintain our homoeostasis so we can thank them with an inner smile. Then recall your capacity for happiness by reliving that emotion. Return to your eyes and quickly smile down the entire Back Line. To contact Caroline about Tao Gardens or Ayurveda courses or consultations phone 02www. Smile to the kidneys, as you imagine that you are still making the sound.


Be aware of the mid-eyebrow point, and allow more smiling energy to flow in through it like a waterfall pouring down into the organs. Make a promise to your stomach that you will give it good food to digest. Extend it to your house, family, work, community, teachers, well-wishers, country, continent, earth and universe. The five major organ systems and their associated emotions and properties.

The negative emotions affect the body’s organ systems.

Take a deep matnak as you bend forward, and clasp one hand in the other; hook the hands around the knees and pull back on the arms. Can we fake it till we make it? Most people will be familiar with the “butterflies” and “knots” in the stomach related to worry, apparently related to a network of network of neurons and neurotransmitters in the sheaths of tissue lining mantxk digestive system, known as the enteric nervous system Gershon, Back pain can be prevented or relieved by smiling into the spine.

Smiling to yourself is like basking in love: Remember you can go back to the source of smiling energy in front of you-your vision or smle of a happy moment-to get more energy any time during the meditation, If you feel your attention wandering, or it you feel the effect of the Inner Smile becoming weak or diluted, just gather more smiling energy from the source.

The negative emotions are the body’s garbage. Thank it for absorbing food nutrients to keep you vital and healthy.


innerr Just as others respond to our loving smile, our cells soak up smiling rays, creating new cells from the inner love affair. Feel the liver become immersed in smiling, loving, joyous energy. Thank it for eliminating wastes and for making you feel clean, fresh and open.

Follow with the eyes. Feel the spinal cord and the back becoming loose and comfortable.

The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy by Mantak Chia

Living with an inner smile is to live in harmony with yourself. Lower the hands slowly to your lap, palms up.

Those who held a pencil in their mantam and thus were able to smile rated cartoons as funnier than did those who held the pencil in their lips and thus could not smile. Smiling to the organs and thanking them for the work they do helps to reawaken the intelligence of the body, which, once activated, can dissipate emotional imbalances and inner disharmony before serious illness manifests.

Gently bring the arms back to the smille by lowering the shoulders. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Raise the corners of your mouth slightly in a sublime inner smile. Kweku Sankofa rated it it was amazing Dec 28,