Acknowledgments Putting Chi Self-Massage Into Practice Introduction: The Rejuvenating Power of Chi Self-Massage 1 Preparing for Chi Self-Massage Raising the Chi: Perineum Power 2 Healing Hands The Palms and the Pericardium Point Correspondence Points on the Hands Hand Massage 3 Head, Neck, and Shoulders Skull Massage Face Massage Eye Massage Eyeball Exercise Staring Practice Nose Massage Ear Massage Eardrum Exercises Mouth Massage Gums, Tongue, and Teeth Massage and Exercises Neck Massage 4 Detoxifying Organs and Glands Massage of the Thymus Gland Slapping Massage of the Internal Organs Massaging the Small and Large Intestines Kidney Massage Sacrum Massage 5 Relieving Constipation: A Major Cause of Illness Abdominal Massage: Wonder of Healing 6 Knees and Feet Knee Massage Massage for the Feet, Roots of the Body 7 The Daily Practice of Taoist Rejuvenation Cleaning the Nine Openings Using the Mirror Clean Water: Whole System Cleanser Tao Rejuvenation throughout the Day Ending the Day "Oh, No! Not another Obligation!" Appendix: Energetic Preparations for Tai Chi Chi Kung Inner Smile Microscopic Orbit Meditation About the Author The Universal Tao System and Training Center The Universal Tao System The Universal Tao Training Center Index
A student of several Taoist masters, Mantak Chia founded the Healing Tao System in 1979. He has taught tens of thousands of students from all over the world and tours the United States annually, giving workshops and lectures. He is the director of the Tao Garden Integrative Medicine Health Spa and Resort training center in northern Thailand and is the author of 25 books, including the bestselling The Multi-Orgasmic Man.
"Written with clarity and purpose, these pages offer readers a solid introduction to the principles of chi self-massage. . . . [Chia's] logical progression of ideas allows readers to quickly grasp this new information and to build on it as the pages turn. . . . For such a short book, the overall explanation of this system is explicit, providing a most impressive view of these techniques. Chi Self-Massage presents a wealth of information that can positively impact the health of readers." * Curled up with a Good Book, Aug 2006 * "If you have any recurring pain in your day-to-day life I recommend getting this book, I've found it very helpful." * Amanda Bugeaud, Timeless Spirit Magazine, July 2007 * "Spirituality blends with practical application in an easily-followed guide." * The Midwest Book Review, Oct 2006 * "Master Mantak Chia pieces this system into a logical routine any can duplicate, using methods used by the masters to explore the theory and purposes behind Chi Self-Massage. Spirituality blends with practical application in an easily-followed guide." * Diane C. Donovan, California Bookwatch, Oct 2006 *