Daily chi meet­ings

Living Now - - Health & Healing -

Find­ing your cosmic self af­ter drugs is not an easy path. All the gu­rus, yo­gis and Daoist mas­ters knew this. This is why they devel­oped chi prac­tices. Do a chi prac­tice ev­ery day, oth­er­wise you’ll feel like you are on your own and the de­sire to re­lapse into your old neg­a­tive or de­struc­tive be­hav­iours may be over­whelm­ing. The chi prac­tice makes you feel sup­ported and con­nected to your­self, to other peo­ple and to your soul fam­ily.

You want your chi prac­tice to be play­ing the role of a friend. This might sound weird, but if you’re a com­mit­ted user, drugs prob­a­bly felt as if they were your friend. Try to re­cap­ture that re­la­tion­ship with chi. None of us is here to go it alone.

We are sup­posed to see and feel the path ahead, and feel sup­ported as we fol­low it. The chi prac­tice will do this and con­nect you to Dao. So learn the arts and fight to stay on the path to a fu­ture of ec­static free­dom. Do it now and don’t ever look back.

This ar­ti­cle is part of a series of ar­ti­cles ex­cerpted with per­mis­sion from The Rebel’s Guide to Re­cov­ery by Jost Sauer and pub­lished by Cen­tre of Dao, Maleny, Aus­tralia. Jost ad­dresses the is­sues in­volved in over­com­ing ad­dic­tion and gives prac­ti­cal, life-chang­ing ad­vice based on his own ex­pe­ri­ence and that of his many clients. n

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