Traditional Chinese music has been used for healing and health purposes for centuries in China. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), music can help to balance the flow of Qi (life force energy) in the body and promote overall health and wellbeing.
Here are some types of traditional Chinese music that are commonly used for health purposes:
Chinese Bamboo Flute Music: The sound of the bamboo flute is believed to have a calming effect on the mind and body, helping to reduce stress and anxiety.
Chinese Guzheng Music: The guzheng is a traditional Chinese string instrument that produces a soothing, meditative sound. Listening to guzheng music is said to promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.
Chinese Erhu Music: The erhu is a two-stringed Chinese instrument that is often used in traditional Chinese music. The sound of the erhu is said to have a healing effect on the liver and promote the flow of Qi.
Chinese Gong Music: The sound of the gong is believed to have a powerful healing effect on the body, helping to reduce stress, improve circulation, and promote overall health and wellbeing.
Chinese Opera Music: Chinese opera is a traditional art form that combines music, dance, and theater. The music used in Chinese opera is said to have a harmonizing effect on the body and promote the flow of Qi.
When listening to traditional Chinese music for health purposes, you can also incorporate deep breathing, visualization, or other relaxation techniques to enhance the healing effects of the music.
Each music is focus on one internal organ's functions, and also harmony whole body's Qi movement.
TCM Music for Liver
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Music for Healing & Wellness