Ambient Rhythmic Entrainment for Recharging and Balancing Your Energetic Organ Systems
Qi Meridian Body-Balancer uses rhythms clinically tested to stimulate and balance the Chinese acupuncture meridians. The first five tracks focus on the paired yin/yang meridians that are associated with the five elements or phases that correspond to each of the energetic organ systems of the human body. Balancing these elements has been shown to have positive effects on health. The last two tracks are for toning the entire meridian system.
- Targeting specific energy imbalances in each of the five qi organ-systems
- Balancing yin and yang energy flow
- A whole-body energy rejuvenation break during the day
How the Brain Shift Series Works
The Strong Institute's sound therapies are based on extensive testing of current brainwave entrainment principles combined with traditional healing rhythms and musical instruments. Jeff Strong's methods have been clinically demonstrated to be effective in the treatment of ADD/ADHD, autism, depression, chronic anxiety, PTSD, insomnia, and other disorders. The Brain Shift series makes available the Institute's most popular acoustic therapy modalities to the general public.
How to Use
Brain Shift programs work best when played in an open-air setting rather than on headphones: on your home or office stereo, desktop or laptop computer, boom box, CD clock radio, iPod speaker dock, or on a portable music player with a built-in loudspeaker. If you use headphones, exercise special care: they block ambient sound and may provide more stimulation than you want!
1.Play softly at a comfortable level.
2. Sit or lie down, and allow your body to synchronize to the rhythms and achieve optimal qi meridian activation.
The first time you use Qi Meridian Body-Balancer, your brain will need time to adapt to its effects. So, first listen to the entire audio program at least once, as described above. After that, you can use individual tracks as needed. The benefits of this program will increase with repeated use.
Track 1: Fire
The fire element is associated with the season of summer, the climatic qi of heat, the color red, the emotion of joy, the taste of bitter, the act of opening. Tones the heart and pericardium (yin) meridians, and the triple warmer and small intestine (yang) meridians.
Track 2: Earth
The earth element is associated with the season of late summer, the climatic qi of damp, the color yellow, the emotion of worry, the taste of sweet, the act of connecting. Tones the spleen (yin) and stomach (yang) meridians.
Track 3: Metal
The metal element is associated with the season of autumn, the climatic qi of dryness, the color white, the emotion of sadness, the taste of spicy, the act of releasing. Tones the lung (yin) and large intestine (yang) meridians.
Track 4: Water
The water element is associated with the season of winter, the climatic qi of cold, the color black, the emotion of fear, the taste of salty, the act of stillness. Tones the kidney (yin) and bladder (yang) meridians.
Track 5: Wood
The wood element is associated with the season of spring, the climatic qi of wind, the color green, the emotion of anger, the taste of sour, the act of expansion. Tones the liver (yin) and gall bladder (yang) meridians.
Track 6: Balance
Designed to move through each of the five elements to balance the entire meridian system. Use this session when you have only 10 minutes to reenergize your qi flow.
Track 7: Revitalize
A meditation session based on the Strong Institute's theta-range brainwave entrainment research. Listen while sitting quietly for deep relaxation.