My recent practice of Qi Gong (pronounced < chee-gong >) has been scaring me.
It awakens my energy centers, and, I feel them buzzing throughout the day. Not just while I’m practicing.
You don’t have to ‘believe’ in any of that ‘woo-woo, hocus-pocus, Eastern medicine stuff’ at all though.
In fact, for the purposes of this post, let’s agree that my experience with Qi Gong is completely in my head. There are no energy centers in the body, and, whatever I’m feeling is the result of a faith-based bias; I feel it because I want to believe that I feel it.
OK so, with that said, you still have an awesome, scary power inside of you. It may still be waiting to be awakened, and put to use. You might not be quite sure how you’re going to use it yet.
But it is there, it is powerful. The first step is to become more aware of it; to be honest with yourself that it’s there.
The next step, equally as scary, is to connect it with someone other than yourself. To put yourself out there. To leap.
You’ll find that, actually, it’s not that scary. Someone else has been waiting desperately for you to leap towards them this whole time.