Create Kind Karma through Awaken Qigong: Healing Sounds during "Vibrating Body" Exercise

"Awaken Qigong" is part of Kind Karma's Mission Initiative called, "TALK" - Teach All Loving KindnessTALK is about teaching others how to connect with their own innate Loving Kindness and building a global community of Kind Karma Creators. TALK is a call-to-action and its aim is to teach people specific methods of how to choose kindness in their lives, and to spread Kind Karma® to those with whom they share the world. Awaken Qigong is one such method to assist in this calling, as it plants the seeds of positive change through:

  • Integrating Awaken Qigong gentle movements, stretches and postures.

  • Movement meditation or sitting meditation.

  • Positive thinking, visualization and imagery.

  • Mind-body harmony and healing through breathing exercises. 

  • Body energy point and meridian tapping techniques.

  • Using the healing power of our hands.

  • Using the healing power of sounds and vibration through recitation, instrument playing or music.

  • Using Qigong props during the practice

"TALK, one of Kind Karma's Six Mission Initiatives, is a call-to-action and its aim is to teach people specific methods of how to choose kindness in their lives, and to plant the seeds of positive change and holistic harmony to those with whom they share the world." - Dr. Dean Telano

Awaken Qigong
"Awaken Qigong is a simple and gentle form of 'Energy Medicine' that evokes holistic health and well being. Practicing this type of Qigong is an expression and reflection of being awakened and feeling alive."​ - Dr. Dean Telano

Healing Sounds Recited during the Awaken Qigong Exercise: "Vibrating Body" 

The following is a description of the three Awaken Qigong Healing Sounds, not the actual qigong exercise or the exact locations of the Dantians. 

Each sound is recited during different parts of the qigong exercise to awaken and cultivate healing energy. The specific qigong exercises are taught and practiced during the classes or workshops.

Often the sounds or vibrations are directed to specific areas of the body in conjunction with gentle movements or body tapping. There are additional sounds used during Vibrating Body that are not discussed here. 

1. “HAAA".  The use of the HAAA sound varies according to the Awaken Qigong exercise.​

Sound Benefits of HAAA

  • Dantian that is Cultivated, Strengthened and Nurtured: Lower Dantian (Energy Center - Xià Dāntián).

  • Associated Treasure Cultivated: Jing: Related to our life-force, root, sexual and creative energies.

  • Promotes proper diaphragmatic breathing and improves heart rate variability (HRV). 

  • Helps to restore emotional balance and promote a grounding state of calm.

  • This particular sound helps to release stress and tension, especially in the areas of the heart, chest and solar plexus.

  • Healing sound to release anger, impatience or frustration.

  • Beneficial for the heart because it regulates the Yin and Yang energies of the heart.

  • Helps to clear excess heat from the body. Its motion and vibration helps to brings water energy up the ren meridian (conception vessel meridian), to balance excess heart fire, and to expel excess heat through the exhale.

2.  “HONG" HONG is a long, low sound that rhymes with "long;" hhooonng where the "n" is a bit nasal. Different types of body movements accompany this healing sound.

Sound Benefits of HONG

  • Dantian that is Cultivated, Strengthened and Nurtured: Middle Dantian (Energy Center - Zhōng Dāntián).

  • Associated Treasure: Chi or Qi: Related to our emotional, thought and interaction energies.

  • Grounding, calming and relaxing.

  • Helps to open the meridians and enhance energy flow.

  • The vibrating movements that accompany this sound increases lymphatic flow and blood circulation. Additionally, the Awaken Qigong exercise and healing sound help to reduce over-activity in the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis, therefore very beneficial for dealing with past traumatic experiences. 

  • Facilitates the elimination of toxins from the body.

  • This particular sound promotes kidney health and encourages healing for the joints and legs.

  • Spiritually, helps to connect with your inner wisdom energy.

3.  “YEEE"YEEE is an extended sound pronounced like a long e, as in easy.

Sound Benefits of YEEE

  • Dantian Cultivated, Strengthened and Nurtured: Upper Dantian (Energy Center - Shàng Dāntián).

  • Associated Treasure Cultivated = Shen: Related to our psychological, consciousness and spiritual energies.

  • Promotes healing by increasing energy flow and eliminating energy stagnation.

  • Calms, clears and steadies the mind. 

  • Reduces anxiousness, nervousness and mental stress.

  • This particular sound gives strength to the liver, gall bladder, stomach, spleen and pancreas.

  • Useful for headaches and back soreness.

  • Helps to open the twelve meridians or subtle energy channels in our body.

Brief Instructions for the Three Awaken Qigong's Sounds

  • To learn how to use the sounds properly and safely, attend Awaken Qigong Classes or Workshops.

  • The sounds are intended to be practiced gently, mindfully, and with proper guidance.

  • For each sound, the inhale and exhale are controlled.

  • Each person will vocalize the sounds in his or her own unique way, depending on factors such as: breath, lung capacity, vocal chords, energy level, emotional state, intention, concentration, and healing visualization. The energetic vibration you create is uniquely yours.

"Awaken Qigong awakens your inner energy healer, breath spirit, mind of clarity, light essence and heart-spirit-mind." - Dr. Dean Telano


The information contained in this blog about Awaken Qigong is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regrading any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives. Be sure to consult your physician before starting this or any other exercise program.

© 2019. All Rights Reserved. Dean Telano.

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