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Six Healing Sound QiGong

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"Six Sound QiGong", also known as "Liu Zi Jue Qigong" or "Six Healing Sounds Qigong," is a traditional Chinese exercise practice that combines gentle movements with vocalizations of six specific sounds. These sounds are believed to correspond to different organs in the body and are used to promote health and balance by clearing stagnant energy and emotions from these organs. The six sounds are often associated with the following: Xū (嘘) - Liver Sound: This sound is associated with the liver and is believed to help release anger and frustration, promoting smooth Qi flow in the liver. Hē (呵) - Heart Sound: The heart sound is associated with the heart and is believed to help release over-excitement and agitation, promoting a calm and peaceful state of mind. Hū (呼) - Spleen Sound: This sound is associated with the spleen and is believed to help release worry and anxiety, promoting a sense of stability and grounding. Sī (呬) - Lung Sound: The lung sound is associated with the lungs and is believed to help release sadness and grief, promoting a sense of inspiration and clarity. Chuī (吹) - Kidney Sound: This sound is associated with the kidneys and is believed to help release fear and insecurity, promoting a sense of courage and willpower. Xī (嘻) - Triple Burner Sound: The Triple Burner sound is associated with the Triple Burner or San Jiao, which is not a physical organ but rather a functional concept in Chinese medicine related to metabolism and fluid distribution. This sound is believed to help regulate the overall balance and harmony of the body. Practicing "Six Sound QiGong" involves performing gentle movements or postures while vocalizing these six sounds in a specific sequence. It is often practiced as a form of preventive healthcare and is used to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

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