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Marc Iverson rated it really liked it Mar 01, Exhale with the sound, “Shhhhhhh”sub-vocally.

Universal Healing Tao Article: The Inner Smile by Caroline Robertson

The Lung Sound can help eliminate nervousness when in front of a crowd. Though a heart-felt smile has a deeper effect, even a surface smile tricks the brain into releasing happy hormones according to facial biofeedback research2. Visualising a peaceful scene, a smiling baby or your smiling face may evoke this feeling.

Now frown and sense the emotional and energetic shift. For a sore throat, cold sores, swollen gums or tongue, heart disease, heart pains, jumpiness, moodiness, and for detoxifying the heart, repeat 9 to 36 times.

Special thanks to Mantaak Garden, Thailand for their generous hospitality on her recent cgia there. Next you will direct the smiling energy to the liver, the largest internal organ, located just below the right lung. Rest by breathing normally. The navel area can safely handle the increased energy generated by the Inner Smile.

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Repeat the sequence 3 to 6 times. Lists with This Book. Smile into the tension until it melts away. Visualise your thymus like a blossoming flower and smile to it with thanks for strong immunity and healing energy.

Depression, pain and stress often rob us of the healing humour that can transform our state. Taoist exercises take us into our mmantak and transform emotions by transforming the associated physiological systems. Draw the corners of the mouth back, exhale, making the sound “Ssssssss”, sub-vocally, slowly and evenly in one breath.

Feel the grateful response from your organs as they release cnia and receive loving energy. Elevate the knees with a pillow if you feel any chiw in the small of the back or lumbar area. Now, feel the energy descend down the entire length of your body, like a waterfall-a waterfall of smiles, joy and love. When consistently practiced it can nurture the enlightened awareness that we are all part of the same smiling energy.

The inner smile is considered a complete, non-sectarian spiritual practice that will benefit everyone.

Follow the smiling down the Middle Line and then the Back Line. The upper level, which consists of the brain, heart, and lungs, is hot. Thank it for producing hormones that nourish the mind and body. Sit comfortably near the edge of your chair with your feel flat on the floor.


Take a deep breath and, letting your eyes follow, raise the arms up in front of you. Count out each vertebra and disc as you smile down them: Once again immerse the thymus, heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, urinary bladder Fig.

Universal Healing Tao Article: Inner Smile and Six Healing Practices

The Inner Smile by Caroline Robertson. Quickly smile down the Front Line.

Feel their connection to the Earth. For this reason, some people call him an author, a teacher or a healer.

The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy

Move your smile’s eyesight, like a bright, shining light, up to the left side of the brain. Release anger and resentment with the sound Shhh. This one I probably started speed-reading to get it over with.