Worldview is important.
The basis of the qigong treatment was to put images on energy.
What is very important here is the kind of worldview in which you are doing it.
And that is, what kind of knowledge you are basing your work on. I will explain this in this article.
- Image is a Worldview
In the article “The First Steps of Qigong,” I explained the principle that energy itself changes depending on what kind of image is placed on the energy. This is a very simple thing, but its application is wide-ranging.
Just the image of “cancer cells getting smaller and smaller” or “blowing away a lesion” can affect the physical body in the physical world.
If that is the case, you can create any image you want, such as an image of yourself becoming wealthy or the world becoming peaceful, and you can put that image on energy and affect the physical world, so the applications are limitless.
I learned that coaching and qigong are based on the same principle, which is the same in the sense that it is a technique to rewrite the internal representation by using the altered state of consciousness.
If we look at it as a mechanism to create results, we can say that it is the realization of an image. I think this is a good way to reposition the qigong method.
- The results will be completely different depending on your worldview.
For example, if you were a pianist, the content of your performance would be completely different depending on the worldview you have.
It is usually known that good playing technique is a prerequisite for a professional, but more than that, what is conveyed from the performance depends on how you interpret the piece. Performers are probably paying attention to this point.
However, I believe there is another way to put a worldview.
It is a view of the world from a point of view that is separate from the world of the music, the spirit of the composer, and one’s own sensibilities, i.e., to whom the performance is being performed and for what kind of world the performance is for.
Are you playing for the people in front of you in the concert hall, or are you playing for all mankind to hear? Do you play with the intention of giving a great performance, or do you play with the intention of bringing peace to the world through your performance? These differences in worldviews are not directly perceived as differences. However, in the long run, it will affect the performer in a way that makes a big difference.
- Realizing a whole worldview
I believe that qigong is our innate ability. If so, we are doing qigong unconsciously. That is to say, we are doing qigong on a daily basis according to the images and the worldview behind the images that we ourselves manipulate on a daily basis. The objective of a qigong master is to rewrite the image to produce the desired result, but what is really important is what worldview we have, because we ourselves are creating the world according to our worldview on a daily basis. Qigong and coaching teach us that we can change our worldview by imagining what we think is desirable.
So what I mean by balance is that it is important to maintain a balanced worldview.