Tibetan Yoga sweet Nejang
The Nejang or yoga (sweet) of self-healing is only part of the Tibetan yoga, which as a whole is called Tsa lung trulkhor, or "wheel of magical energy channels", which is divided into two parts, practice yoga and preliminary.
The nejang is part of the order, and seeks to rebalance and unblock energy blockages, caused by various reasons, whether psychological, physical or diet: According to Tibetan medicine, the body is crossed by thousands of channels where the runs 'vital energy, to be exact 72,000 channels, there are 24,000 of these solar and lunar and many other neutral 24,000.
Often our channels "knot" but these nodes can be dissolved by the exercises: fewer nodes there are fewer blocks or emotional problems we will be in person.
The purpose of Nejang is to act on a physical level, deep and practical exercises are all over 24, to learn from one of the few qualified teachers (for information www.iattm.net / eng).
The exercises, which can be implemented by anyone, even those not so young, are based on elementary movements, involving the muscles of the face or upper limbs, in synchrony with the breath, using the channels through which an external movement come to act on an internal organ.
It goes from ear massage used to improve circulation, sense organs and kidney functions, movements of the tongue that affect your heart, to the gestures with his arms to ease the liver, then there are the eyes, wide open, almost bulging, look in four directions so going to balance the lacrimal functions, the liver, pancreas and biliary activities.
And there's the energy massage in the crown, the top of the skull, with the palm of your hand, it stimulates the cerebral circulation slows down while the hypo-intellectual activity, unlock the rigidity of the limbs, making them more flexible and helps breathing.
Tibetan medicine is not only curative but also preventative, in fact exercises, once learned, should be repeated constantly, for at least 30/45 minutes every day, at any time of day in which we are willing or feel that you can practice quietly.
Very popular and respected in China well known in India where it is present even in specialized clinics, the medical tradition of Tibet is not known in the West as Ayurveda or traditional Chinese medicine.
In addition to the identification of the three humors, is based on the coexistence and interaction between the five elements (water, air, fire, earth and ether): The tour begins with an analysis of the wrist, in which 12 points correspond to the same organs, Then the doctor observes urine, eyes, hair, nose and touches the skin to see if it's dry or soft, shifting points of energy.
The well-being in the Tibetan tradition is based on four factors: diet, lifestyle, medical care and practice outside (where the space is Nejang).
The leading authority in the West in traditional Tibetan medicine and yogic Chenagtsang Nida.