Meditation and Chi Kung classes in Madrid
The goal of all types of meditation is to get people to listen to theirselves or at least start by listening to those inner noises so that they learn to leave the mind blank. It is about connecting body and mind through breathing, one of the most basic physiological principles of the human being that gives us the oxygen we need to exist.
But in addition to allowing greater oxygen to pass through the whole body, it is also the most effective tool for combating stress and detecting possible health problems and achieving a more harmonious relationship with oneself.
Meditation also allows the awakening of the interoceptive sense, that inner intuition that helps us to detect when something is not right. In our school you will learn the basic techniques of meditation to talk to yourself from the inside.
Chi Kung is an oriental meditation technique that focuses on working on vitality. Because, just as the heart tenses and loosens to pump blood throughout the body, we may be able to obtain from our own organism the energy necessary to overcome adversity or stress through controlled exercises of tension and body relaxation, such as diastole and emotional systole.
Qi Gong (working on vitality) is based on a state of conscious tranquillity and body observation (I feel my body), correct body posture, soft and deep breathing and a series of exercises and movements studied since ancient times that activate our energy channels.
Because the human being, in addition to his physical plane, has inside and around him different types of energies that can bring great benefits if he knows how to use them in his favor or cause serious harm if he is not aware of their existence or does not make good use of those energies.
All the techniques taught in our Meditation and Chi Kung classes at El Lucero are based on millenary precepts in which the mind, breathing and physical exercise go hand in hand to help men and women find balance and healing in their own being.
Chi Kung insists the most on breathing, and recommends taking into account these eight ways of breathing to achieve relaxation: calm, soft, deep, long, continuous, uniform, slow and delicate. Learn to meditate with us!