Mantak Chia – Cosmic Inner Smile. 1 Cosmic Inner SmileSmiling Heals the BodyMantak ChiaEdited by:Annette Dersken 2 Editor: Annette. The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy [Mantak Chia] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A guide to the foundational. Editorial Reviews. Review. ” a positive force that can be used to redirect the inner strife, Twitter Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy by [Chia, Mantak.

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It’s very important to end by storing the smiling energy in the navel. D the Lung Sound sub-vocally without the hand cjia several times when you feel nervous.

Thank your lungs for breathing and helping sustain your life. As smiling, loving energy builds up in the spleen, let it flow into the kidneys.

Some great exercises in here. Smile into the pineal gland and feel mantxk tiny mantam gradually swell and grow like a bulb. When you smile into the heart, these energies will dissipate, creating the space for the virtuous energies of love and joy to expand. The Triple Warmer Sound balances the temperature of the three levels by bringing hot energy down to the lower center and cold energy up to the upper center, through the digestive tract. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Raphael Maurin rated it really liked it Sep 04, Smiling to yourself is like basking in love: The lungs and chest will feel open and breathing will be easier.

Feel faith, fairness and present-minded consciousness saturate this region.

The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy

The Inner Smile practice propounds that when we smile like a Buddha, the world beams back. Allow the smiling energy to flow down from the mid-eyebrow through your face, relaxing the cheeks, nose, mouth, and all the facial muscles. Now frown and sense the emotional and energetic shift. The heart is associated with the negative emotional energies of hastiness, arrogance, and cruelty. Gather this bliss behind your eyes and watch it internally as it travels down your body.


Bring your attention back to your eyes again. When you smile to the liver, you will dissolve any anger and allow the kindness energy more space to expand. The best of these change the way I look at the world and operate within it. Close your eyes and become aware of the soles of your feet.

Move your smile’s eyesight, like a bright, shining light, up to the left side of the brain. Place the legs together, ankles and knees touching.

The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy by Mantak Chia

He views himself primarily as a teacher, “who helps his students empower themselves through cultivation of their chi energy. Emotional depression is often recognized by a physical depression and collapse of the chest and lungs. Feel your heart soften and fill with red love choa. Considering it takes only 26 muscles to smile and 62 muscles to frown, why wear the strain of a scowl?

Universal Healing Tao Article: Inner Smile and Six Healing Practices

Women, start the spiral counterclockwise. Close the eyes, breathe normally, smile down to the liver and imagine you’re still making the sound. Imagine the chest and abdomen are as flat as a sheet of paper, and feel light, bright, and empty. The Inner Smile and Six Healing Sounds exercises help balance and integrate our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, promoting health, resilience, and vitality.

Special thanks to Tao Garden, Thailand for their generous hospitality on her recent retreat there. It’s also very effective for relieving stress. Smile into the large intestine: Can we fake it till we manta it?


The middle section consisting of the liver, kidneys, stomach, pancreas, and spleen, is warm. Mantak Chia also explained that as amile starts from negative emotions settling in the organs, the inner smile breaks this cycle.

You can also say Haaw to release negativity. He views himself primarily Mantak Chia is a Taoist Master. Most people will be familiar with the “butterflies” and “knots” in the stomach related to worry, apparently related to a network of network of neurons and neurotransmitters in the sheaths of tissue lining the digestive system, known as the enteric nervous system Gershon, Smiling to the organs and thanking them for the work they do helps to reawaken the intelligence of the body, which, once activated, can dissipate emotional imbalances and inner disharmony before serious illness manifests.

Feel the thymus gland become warm as it begins to vibrate and expand like a blossoming flower. Alternatively, sending ourselves loving smiling energy empowers us towards strength and restoration.

The inner smile requires us to look inside ourselves, accept ourselves and extend that loving energy to everything. Smiling is the secret to health and serenity according to several spiritual traditions. The specific order for the inner smile follows the organs cycle msntak creation.

Close the eyes, breathe normally, smile down to the lungs, be aware of the lungs, and imagine that you are still making the sound. Sometimes we abuse our stomachs with improper food. Take a deep breath as you place your ,antak with the index fingers resting at the bottom and slightly to the left of the sternum.