Master Fa Chan’s Zen Teaching

  1. As you all know, things in life are often unsatisfactory. As a Taoist, when facing these unsatisfactory things, you must know how to let go. Once you can let go, your mood will naturally feel much better. So how to let go? it’s actually really easy. As long as you know how to let go and let go, you’ll be right. Accommodation means that when faced with these unsatisfactory situations, you must accept them happily and no longer reject or resist. Even if these unsatisfactory things make you fear, uneasy, sad, unfair, and dissatisfied, you must completely obey these unsatisfactory emotions and allow them to stay in your heart. You just need to look at them and it will be fine. After a while, They will naturally disappear without a trace! If you don’t believe it, just try it yourself. remember! Thoughts are like water in your heart, allow them to flow through your heart and don’t worry about them. If you have an attitude of rejection or resistance, it will block the flow of unsatisfactory thoughts, so why bother! This surrender and letting go is really a panacea for healing the body, mind and soul, and the effect is extremely fast. I’m afraid you don’t know how to make good use of it, that would be a real pity!
  2. Here we introduce to you two simple and effective breathing methods. One is the Five and Ten Dantian Breathing Methods. First, sit on a chair, relax your body, and place your palms in the Dantian of your lower abdomen below your navel. Close your eyes. Breathe out through your mouth and count from one to ten. At this time, you should simultaneously retract the Dantian of the lower abdomen inward and lift the anus upward. After exhaling, breathe in through your nose and count from one to five. At this time, protrude your lower abdomen forward and relax your anus. One exhalation and one inhalation is one time, and a total of ten times is one time. It’s up to you how many times you want to do it. The second is the four-seven-eight breathing method. The method is also very simple. Sit up straight and relax. Breathe in and count from one to four. To stop breathing, count from one to seven. Then exhale and count from one to eight. This counts as one time (one breath), ten times is one time. How many times or how many times you want to practice is entirely up to you. Both of these breathing methods involve inhaling through the nose and exhaling through the mouth. They can be practiced while sitting or lying down. The counting speed should not be too fast or too slow, just about one second per second. Both of these exercises are simple but very effective. Both of these are considered deep breathing qigong, and both are rhythmic breathing methods. Regular practice can allow the brain’s brain waves to enter the alpha wave band that is both relaxing and focused. This is very helpful for physical and mental health. It can enhance the natural self-healing power, the body’s immunity, promote the secretion of the happiness hormone ─ serotonin, and even balance the autonomic nervous system, allowing you to sleep well every night. And it will make you feel refreshed during the day! You may not know it yet, but rhythmic deep breathing is actually the best natural tranquilizer. And there are 100% no side effects. People with sleep disorders, anxiety or depression should practice these two deep breathing exercises more frequently. Moreover, it will also be of great help to ordinary people or the elderly. The basic rule is to practice easily and don’t force yourself!
  3. Calm mind and spirit, a good recipe for health and longevity.

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