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How Forgiveness Can Change Your Life

Forgiveness can be a difficult process, whether its holding onto a grudge, feeling resentment or shouldering anger, but it’s important to consider how anger affects mental and physical health. Is it worth fixating over another person at the expense of your own happiness? On today’s blog we explain how cultivating forgiveness can bring long lasting benefits.

The issue with anger

Anger is in fact a response to protect ourselves. We feel that a part of us is threatened and in an attempt to stop ourselves from being hurt we react with anger. Behind all anger is sadness and as a defense mechanism we project this pain with anger in attempt to either stop someone from hurting us or threatening a part of you which is vulnerable.

There is a famous quote from Buddha “holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die” which is true in that those we are angry at can be completely unaffected by our anger whilst we feel incapacitated by our frustration. Anger is completely toxic to our system. Anger is held in the liver and when we become angry regularly and for long periods we burn up and produce too much heat in our liver, damaging it’s functions.

Forgiving ourselves and others

Approaching forgiveness as a two-step process, one aimed at forgiving others and the other at self-forgiveness, brings about the greatest improvement to our physical and mental health. In forgiving others we set ourselves free, as although we are releasing a bad feeling towards someone else, we actually free ourselves from the pain.

Sometimes we don’t forgive people as we only see things from our own perspective and in recognising someone else’s perspective is completely different from our own we can empathise and act with wisdom. This makes us stronger and more capable of dealing with any circumstance that comes our way.

Sometimes we get angry because we know we are in the wrong and are ashamed of the way we have acted. In this case anger stops us from feeling belittled and inferior to the person we have wronged. In forgiving ourselves for the way we have acted we release the pain and accept the reality so that we can apologise to others, repair relationships and allow ourselves to be happier!

If can help you reach your potential

Most of us have dreams and aspirations that we are aiming towards, but all too often when we hit bumps in the road and we tend to take know-backs personally. We needn’t come down too hard on ourselves, whilst it’s important to recognise the roots of negative thoughts, it’s equally important to be able to forgive yourself when you hit a snag.

Whilst there’s nothing wrong with constructive criticisms of one’s actions, being too critical can result in a lack of confidence and a lack of belief in what we can achieve as we don’t give ourselves any room to make mistakes. In doing so we never allow ourselves to learn from our errors and so shunning self-forgiveness is effectively limiting one’s potential.

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Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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The 4 Seasons and 5 Elements

Most of us are quite aware that the seasons affect our mood, whether you feel happy in the heat of the summer or calm in the cool of winter, we each thrive in different climates. Each season has an impact in nature and also on us, in our thoughts, behavior and health. The seasons are essential to keep harmony and balance in our environment and according to our constitution and health condition, different temperatures will suit us better.

The seasons are indicative of life, showing us the rhythm of nature’s cycles, with the spring giving new life and vitality, summer a time for growth and expression, autumn is a shedding of the old and winter a time to slow down and conserve energy, ready to start again.

Spring

Spring is the beginning of the season cycle. It is also the energy of the element Wood. This is the energy that brings forth new growth, so the perfect time to make changes and bring new things into our life.

The wood of a tree gives nature it’s structure and shape, nothing can hold it back as it drives forward towards the light and is relentless in its determination to achieve maximum growth. So should we adopt this mind, with a consistent effort to achieve our goals and potential.

Summer

After Spring we move into the active time of Summer, this is the energy of Fire.  Summer time is full of warmth, movement, growth and relationships.  Nature itself is moving, the plants are growing, animals are getting ready to produce young and life is in full bloom. In society this is when we are outside, gathering in groups, enjoying each other’s company. Humans and plants flourish with the warmth of the sun.  There is an uplifted, joyful feeling and a sense of satisfaction.

Fire is our ability to have relationships, connect to others, to feel safe and in control, to share intimacy, to have fun, to laugh and show our vibrancy and true self. Just as fire we should burn brightly, showing our beautiful nature and unique qualities to the world.

The end of summer holds the energy of earth. As the season draws to a close and energy subsides, it is a time to harvest, a time of plenty, of reaping what we have worked for throughout the year. Late summer is a time for joy; to experience the beauty of life and to be generous in sharing it with others.

Autumn

Autumn is the energy of Metal, the time when nature rids itself of what is not needed, trees shed their leaves which decay and produce compost, enriching the soil to ensure it has all the nutrients it will need to grow in the next cycle.

Metal is the element on solidity and helps to us to feel grounded and stable. In doing so metal allows for a connection to the source and to ourselves. Metal helps us understand that we are more than just our physical selves, rather we are connected to all that is.

For us, Autumn is a time to reflect on our experiences and actions, to let go of what is unnecessary for our body, mind and spirit. Thus helping us to stay clear and not blocked by things that no longer serve us.

Winter

Winter is the energy of the element Water, the time of rest and hibernation, when nature retreats to build up its reserves for its next cycle of seasons. Water represents our ability to be fluid and overcome obstacles.  To understand the attributes of water in ourselves we can think of the many ways water presents itself in nature. Water comes in many forms; a mighty river, a trickling stream, the waves of the ocean, a frozen lake, gentle rain. Just like water we can adapt to any surrounding or situation and accept and embrace any challenge that we face.

This is a quieter, more reserved time of year, a time to conserve our energy and to plan ahead for the future. In looking back on the months gone by, we recognise areas for improvement and how we can work most effectively and efficiently in the coming year.

Qi Wellness

Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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Optima Magazine Visits the Qi Wellness Centre

Lisa Botwright, assistant editor at Optima Magazine visited Qi Wellness for a Qi treatment, here is her account of her visit to the centre and her experience of the treatment.

“With its calming, but smart, pastel shades, it’s much more akin to a boutique hotel, than a spiritual retreat. One of the practitioners, Joe, gives me a quick tour, which includes a glimpse into a large room where the group classes (t’ai chi, chanting and meditation) are held every day, and then I’m shown to one of the treatment rooms and introduced to Leigh Anne, who’s going to look after me today.

“Leigh Anne explains that the centre’s treatment focuses on unblocking the body’s meridians, or channels, through which the Qi flows – and on encouraging positive energy (Qi) back into the body.”

Qi treatments lasts for approximately an hour. This includes a consultation before and after the actual treatment where the practitioner will ask general questions: “She asks me some questions about my own health (not too bad, fingers crossed) and reasons for coming along (pure curiosity) I find I’m strangely emotional. Most of us are so busy rushing around, that we never take time to reflect on our own wellbeing, and the phrase ‘how are you?’ is scattered so liberally and perfunctorily through modern conversation that it ceases to have meaning.

“Leigh-Anne’s ‘how are you?’, on the other hand, feels disarmingly penetrative: her warmth and aura of calmness make me want to pour my heart out. It’s just so nice for someone to listen, as I describe my (incredibly minor) niggles, and I imagine that this process of unburdening is just as important as the treatment – more so, if you’re cynically-minded. It’s definitely central to the holistic philosophy of the place: the idea that mind and body must be aligned for optimum physical and mental health.”

As the treatment begins, Lisa describes the initially uncomfortable sensation, but not prohibitively so. “I lie flat as Leigh-Anne presses her hands into various parts of my body and works systematically from head to foot. As she pushes, she makes a deep ‘whooshing’ sound – energy is apparently carried by sound waves, and the noise is a way of pushing ‘good’ energy into the body.”

As the treatment progresses, Lisa explains that the stomach area is especially painful for her. After the treat the practitioner will talk you through the process, and Leigh-Anne explains that the abdomen is like a battery: the main energy centre for the body and working the muscular areas of the body, the legs and neck, for example, can feel much more relaxing.

Reflecting on the treatment, Lisa says: “What I do know is that after the treatment I feel incredibly serene, although a touch ‘spaced-out’. I have to sit and gather myself for a few moments, before I can coherently string a sentence together, even to thank her.

“Much later, I float around the house cooking the dinner and helping the children with their homework with such contented good humour that the husband looks at me sideways; I continue to surprise myself by not having to reach for any of my usual western crutches (ie wine).

“I’ve only had one treatment, but I really appreciated the benefits. Whether it’s the power of Qi or the power of a good chat, though, I shall never know – but I was sufficiently convinced by the experience to point my husband in their direction…”

To find out about Lisa’s full experience at Qi Wellness, please read her blog post Unblock Your Energy.

Qi Wellness

Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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4 Ways to Clear Negativity Out of Your Life by Qi Wellness

No matter what life we lead we will always encounter situations in which we have to deal with negativity, it is unavoidable and a part of life. Qi Wellness can help with how we deal with negativity to ensure it is completely within our control. If we feel overwhelmed with our own emotions, by our surroundings or by other people then it’s time to reconsider how we can be more positive and protect ourselves from negativity.

Qi Wellness has identified 4 ways to clear out negativity:

1. Start with your mind

The best way to combat negativity is with positivity! First of all it is important to embrace mindfulness, which is easier than you might think. With mindfulness we can identify and manage our patterns of thought. In becoming more aware of these patterns we can stop ourselves from continuing them, changing our perspective to a positive one i.e. rather than wishing we lived in a bigger house, we can decide to be grateful for having a house to live in. Changing our patterns of thought is not easy as they can be quite deeply rooted, but our mind is our greatest tool for defending ourselves from negativity. What we put out we attract, so if we think negatively we attract negativity so think positive and attract positivity!

2. Create a space for important things

Often we have the best intentions and try to take on the burdens of the world, trying to help everyone and take responsibility for everything. In the end we have to let go and surrender that not everything is within our control. We have to help people and help the world but not to the detriment of ourselves. We have to balance giving and receiving. Be sure to find time to spend doing the things you love and with the people that make you happy. In this space we allow ourselves to be happy which is imperative because we can only do so much for others if we ourselves are not happy.

3. Negative people

Unfortunately, at times we may have no choice but to be around negative people, whether it be in the workplace or even within our own families. For those outside of our family we can allow ourselves to be passive, not to engage in their negativity. It can be easy to fall into arguments with people like this as we may become frustrated by their negative opinions or complaining but for these people it can be best to not even discuss issues as there may be no reasoning with them. Just keeping these kinds of people at arms length is a good idea, not letting them affect our happiness!

For our families it is slightly more difficult as we have an emotional connection and want to be able to help and change them. It is important to always be there for and support our families but we still have to set boundaries and not take full responsibility for our family members problems or responsibilities as we can become completely bogged down by them, their problems become our problems and they constantly unload their problems onto us with no impetus to change. No matter what, people always have to be empowered to take responsibility for their own lives.

4. Focus on yourself

It’s perfectly okay to focus on yourself from time-to-time; it doesn’t mean you’re being selfish! After all, if you don’t love yourself, how can you love somebody else? So if you’ve had a stressful day, allow yourself to relax and rejuvenate, eat well and give yourself some me-time! Whether it be taking a bath or going out for a meal, we have to take care of ourselves to be able to take care of others.

Qi Wellness

Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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5 Incredible Benefits of Deep Breathing by Qi Wellness

Qi Wellness recognises that breathing is something that most of us don’t take much time to consider. Because our body regulates our breathing naturally we rarely take time to check in on our breathing. Often our breathing is shallow and only into our chest, which does not maximise the incredible benefits breathing can have on our health. Deep breathing, or mindful breathing, can provide numerous health benefits.

Qi Wellness explain 5 key benefits of deep breathing:

1. Energy levels

Our dunjeon, which is located at our lower abdomen is the energy centre of our body and manages the circulation of energy around our system. When we breathe in we take in Qi energy and by breathing deeply into our dunjeon we increase the store and flow of QI in our system, which improves our overall energy levels and wellbeing.

Also by taking deeper, fuller breaths we increase the amount of oxygen taken in and supplied to the lungs and heart, increasing our overall energy levels and strengthening our respiratory system. This in turn can ease conditions such as asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory ailments.

2. Feel Happier

Deep breathing has been shown to trigger the release of endorphins – the feel good hormones. So the next time you’re stressed out, take 5 minutes and focus on taking deep breaths, counting to 5 seconds on the inhale and 5 seconds on the exhale and allow the happy hormones in your body to be released!

3. Lowers stress

Slow deep breathing helps to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which gives the body a chance to recuperate, regenerate and heal. It also relaxes the body so is great to use during particularly stressful moments or to relax when you have some down time.

4. Mental clarity

Deep breathing also allows you to slow your thoughts when stress takes over. This in turn creates mental clarity and helps you to focus on positive thoughts. Practiced over a period of time, this technique can be used to reprioritise our thoughts and change our patterns of thinking to be more positive and productive.  Not only can this help in stressful situation, but will also allow us to be more pragmatic and rational in our decision making. We have covered How to Manage Negative Thoughts in a Previous blog…

5. Detoxification

Our lymphatic system regulates the flow of waste from our immune system as well as flushing out toxins. Unlike the heart, which acts as a pump, the lymphatic system relies on breathing and bodily movement to remain active. With more oxygen in our system, the lymphatic system can work more readily to detoxify the body.

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Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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3 Simple Activities That are Great for the Mind by Qi Wellness

People are increasingly making more of a concerted effort to take care of their physical health; gyms are hugely popular and more and more people are introducing physical activity into their every day lives. Taking care of our physical health is, in part, taking care of our minds but it doesn’t end there. We have to make a conscious effort to watch and consider our patterns of thought in ensuring we keep a positive attitude. This is done internally but Qi Wellness recommend activities we can participate in which also help our minds without having to be constantly mindful of our thoughts.

Qi Wellness top 3 activities for the mind:

1. Aromatherapy

Plant and herb extracts such as lavender have been shown to improve one’s ability to sleep as well as relieving stress. The best scents to de-stress are considered to be the following: ylang ylang, sandalwood, lavender, chamomile, and frankincense. Making tea with and consuming herbs can also be very beneficial to the body as they detoxify our system. A clearer system improves our overall wellbeing as it also allows for a clearer mind.

2. Sudoku

Sudoku can take time to learn and requires mental acuity to succeed. However, it’s well worth the persistence as it has been shown to stimulate synapses, improve memory and reduce stress. Activities like Sudoku can also be useful in that they require focus which takes practice, but the focus we learn in doing Sudoka can be implemented in other areas of our life. It helps us to be more present and improves concentration.  It’s also a great idea for someone looking for something to challenge their brain!

3. Acupressure

In recent blogs we have written about the benefits of acupressure for easing shoulder pain and nausea but acupressure is also great for the mind in that it helps to remove tension and stress in the head which can cause an overactive mind. By removing physical blockages in the head, acupressure allows for a clearer mind where we can have more control of our thoughts and our emotions. Acupressure has also been shown to help with sleeping difficulties and insomnia. There are even reports of people with fibromyalgia, heart disease, and cerebral palsy finding solace in acupressure to help them sleep.

Qi Wellness

Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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4 Key Factors That Raise Blood Pressure

Hello and welcome back to the Qi Wellness blog. Today we look at high blood pressure and consider some key factors that can cause the potentially life threatening condition. As a general guide, the ideal blood pressure for a young healthy adult is 120/80 or lower. However, it’s also possible to have abnormally low blood pressure

  1. Salt

Perhaps the most obvious contributor to high blood pressure is excessive salt in your diet. Salt is made up of two minerals – sodium and chloride and it is sodium that you have to watch out for in particular. An average UK adult consumes around 8.1 grams of salt (3.2 grams of sodium) per day. Although this seems fairly low, in terms of blood pressure risks, you should aim for no more than 6 grams per day.

The figures are slightly different for youngsters:

  • 1 to 3 years – 2g of salt a day (0.8g sodium)
  • 4 to 6 years – 3g of salt a day (1.2g sodium)
  • 7 to 10 years – 5g of salt a day (2g sodium)
  • 11 years and over – 6g of salt a day (2.4g sodium)
  1. Lack of physical activity

Research has shown that just a few minutes of light activity for people who sit most of the day can lower blood pressure in those with type 2 diabetes. Taking three-minute walk breaks during an eight-hour day was also linked to a 10-point drop in systolic blood pressure. Even if this means getting up and walking around the office several times a day, it’s better than nothing.

Further to this, weight gain is also responsible for increased blood pressure, so daily exercise is essential. Cardio combined with Weight training is a great way to maintain healthy blood pressure and prevent muscular atrophy if you spend all day sitting.

  1. Stress

In today’s fast-paced world it’s easy to be overcome with stress. Although stress may not directly cause long term high blood pressure, other factors associated with stress such as overeating, lack of exercise or increased alcohol consumption can cause high blood pressure.

  1. Decongestants

This is a little more obscure, but common over-the-counter cold and flu decongestants can raise blood pressure. For people already suffering with high blood pressure, decongestants should probably be avoided. If you do purchasing decongestants, the item should be clearly labelled warnings about blood pressure.

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Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing. Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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4 Simple Ways to Remove Negative Energy in Your Home

Welcome back to the Qi Wellness blog. Our home is one the most important places in our lives, it’s where we feel most comfortable and at peace. Because of this, it tends to be the place where we unload most of our emotional baggage and this can reflect on the environment we create around us. On today’s blog, we explain how simple changes in your home can release negative energy and create a more positive environment.

Feng Shui

Amy B Scher is a trained energy therapist and she explains “Feng shui is an ancient system of harmonising and balancing an environment’s energy by specific arrangement or placement of items,” says Scher. “While there are rules of feng shui, I’ve found because we each have our own unique energy system, we can relate to our spaces very differently.”

Try changing furniture around in your home and see how your emotions change. “Sometimes turning a couch to face a specific direction can make you feel calmer or more secure, even though there is no logical explanation for it,” added Scher.

House plants or small bouquets

Houseplants are useful for maintaining clear energy. They increase the quality of air in our homes and keep is in touch with nature. “Plants, by nature, are beneficial for the environment. Specific plants that I feel have an extra cleansing affect [are] lavender, eucalyptus, white sage,” explains Scher.

Open windows

This is as simple as it sounds. The benefit of opening windows is not only to create a flow of fresh air in your home, but also to release lingering negative energy. Breathing in fresh air is important for our health and bringing in fresh energy brings with it fresh energy.

Cleaning

If items in our home aren’t clean then energy stagnates and becomes heavy. Cleaning regularly helps to brighten the energy in our house and keeps energy flowing. Try keeping on top of cleaning by creating schedules and once in a while have a deep clean so that we energise all the deepest nooks and crannies. Also clearing out our homes of things we no longer need reduces clutter physically and helps reduce the clutter in our minds.

Qi Wellness

Qi Wellness is a unique well-being and alternative health centre in the heart of London. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Qi Wellness practitioners offer holistic treatments and classes to help strengthen the body, as well as, improve emotional and mental wellbeing.

Following similar principles to acupuncture, but without using needles, the practitioners press acupressure points all over the body to stimulate energy and blood flow, often resulting in immediate pain and stress relief.

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