Some people visit the psychologist, I prefer to practice Qigong.
If you still don’t know what Qigong is, it is a Chinese practice that involves movement, breathing, visualization and sound. It helps with physical and mental health, including reducing stress and anxiety, improving balance and flexibility, and boosting the immune system. If you want to learn more or want to give it a try, I invite you to start by practicing The Five Morning Habits to Win the Day.
On the other hand, going to a psychologist is a form of therapy that involves talking to a trained professional about your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. This can help people with a wide range of mental health conditions, but at the end, the individuals must overcome their conditions, the psychologist can’t do it for them.
Now a days more a more people seek the support of a psychologist, I believe it is because now a days life is more complicated, the world is more chaotic and people need more than ever a way to release their fears and worries.
Both qigong and going to a psychologist rely on people’s power to heal from their conditions but only Qigong empowers them with the tools to permanently keep those conditions under control. This is one of the main reasons why I prefer to practice Qigong for my own mental and emotional health. Not to mention that Qigong also allows me to improve my physical health.
I’m not recommending leaving your psychologist, but I assure you that combining your psychologist visits with the practice of qigong will take your mental, emotional, and physical health to another level. And the best part is that you will have the tools to keep them there or bringing them back to that level at any time without anybody’s help.