Today we encourage you to introduce yourself to your “Inner-Be,” an innate feeling, a part of you that is always there and always has been. It is a feeling you can initiate anytime, anywhere. Your “place” of quiet, safety, contentment—where you are comfortable, protected, cozy. The power of your Inner-Be is immense so that whatever may be going on around you loses its power over you.
When daily life—the mundane, the ordinary highs and lows—rolls along, we do not have the big kick to make it worthwhile to shift our Way of Be-ing. Many of us change our habits/ways only when we really have to—when something is thrust upon us: a major life event, trauma, a health scare, an illness. Even then it can take some time to effect changes in us and by us.
We are sure you know the phrase “You can take a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.” For us this draws a vivid picture of a horse Be-ing stubborn, determined, not moving however hard you pull and shove.
We do this to ourselves as well—standing too firm, thinking we know what is best for us instead of allowing ourselves to feel what is needed and allowing ourselves to let go, releasing unrequired feelings and energy back to the Universe where it is free to return to pure energy.
Wherever you are in your life tell yourself you need this: to find and play with your Inner-Be. Do it for you. Frankly, this can often be the hardest thing to get your head around—to do it for you. Change takes effort, an understanding of self, will power, and a knowing that how you are operating is not best serving you.
You can do it. You just need to Be-lieve.
Wow Wooeee Moments
Your Inner-Be drives how you feel about things, how you act, how you react, how you interact within yourself and then outwards to everything and everyone. It allows you to feel a new awareness and gives you new incentives.
There are those WOW WOOEEE moments, and there are sadder, more negative moments; then there is the huge chunk of life between.
It can be easy to get hung up on needing drama or even the elusive search for happiness—hence buying the latest whatever or wishing for something, believing that that is what brings happiness. These are artificial and ultimately lead nowhere but to a state of never-ending want.
Let’s return then to the huge chunk, the stuff of everyday life, which may not be that exciting, yet that’s exactly why we do our best to embrace the tiny moments, to Be In-Joy and Light-Hearted, making every ordinary moment extraordinary.
In this way, we embrace the amazing WOWs when they come along, providing us with wonderful forever memories, living all precious seconds to the fullest. And we get through the lows knowing they too will pass.
Ruthie finds her Inner-Be through the power and joy of music, listening and playing. This alongside QiKi Gong, enhances the way she settles, focuses, and helps others. Alan finds his by feeling, listening, and looking all around him and within different Dimensions to the beauty in All. Wherever he is, this brings him to his Inner-Be, calm quiet, gentle.
A Lovely, Quiet Way to Find Your Inner-Be
Comfortably sit, stand, or lie down. If you have sight feel free to close your eyes so that as little as possible of externals influence you; if the big external vibrations are too powerful the small inner ones get lost in the buzz.
- In your imagination, take yourself to your most glorious place. It can be somewhere you have been or somewhere of pure imagination
- Totally focus, yet feel like a child playing. Be there, smell, taste, touch, listen, experience it in its absolute glory
This is your Inner-Be; doesn’t it make you feel wonderful?
You have just given yourself incredibly powerful settle-seconds where you can emerge calm, content, and in harmony.
A gentleman at the end of one Qiki Gong session said “Beautiful…I imagined I was halfway up a mountain with my son; it was as we always used to be. We can’t do that anymore, yet this is as real—thank you for helping me.”
Now connect with your Inner-Be with some QiKi-feelmoves. The way you feel in any given second is there within you. A movement, action, or reaction you make then follows that feeling; they are intimately connected, so we have merged the terms to call them QiKi-feelmoves.
With all QiKi-feelmoves, do what you can with your body and what you feel comfortable doing. However, with your mind let it all happen—the power of your mind is immense.
Play along with this glorious Qiki movie, “How to Find and Use Your Innate Inner-Be,” on our YouTube channel. Wishing you all your best life, content in your Inner-Be.
Qiki Gong (pronounced cheeky) is our art. It is all about giving you ways to help yourself by playing with Universal energies in a lighthearted way, always with a focus on your feelings and imagination, nourishing and nurturing you. Qi (chee) from China and Ki (key) from Japan both translate as life-force / energy.