"Qi Inspired Transformation (QIT)" is a method that has emerged from intuitive research within the craniosacral method with a special focus on cell organelles. While it originates from this foundation and still provides access to cell organelles within the framework of biodynamic craniosacral therapy, it has developed new and unique approaches to expanding the understanding of life. Key elements include working with cell membranes, the soul, and specific exercises to support transformative processes.
    Schematic representation of a cell with various organelles.
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    QIT combines ancient concepts of life energy (Qi), chakras, and the body's energy fields with the craniosacral method and modern science. It focuses on the power of life energy within our organelles, cells, body, and beyond. This method is extensively described in the book project "Vibrant Energy: QIT and Craniosacral Vitality" and helps us establish a deeper connection with our own body and the world around us. It supports the integration of our soul plan and demonstrates how we can harness our innate healing abilities. QIT emphasizes the importance of harmonizing with our body and nature. This exciting journey allows us to better understand ourselves and live in harmony with the world. Furthermore, it explores the spiritual evolution of our species. The book project provides a detailed description of QIT and its origins.
    ImageQIT phase 5 umfassende Darstellung
    Schematic representation of QIT Phase V, featuring components of the human chakra system and focal points utilized in meditative practices.

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    The body shape is derived and adapted from "Chakras_map.svg", downloaded from Wikimedia Commons. The author of this illustration and its caption is user Wikimpan, and it is released under the Public Domain Dedication CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0). Ajna, Vishuddha, Anahata, Manipura, Svadhishthana, and Muladhara chakras are derived from Morgan Phoenix and are also licensed under Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0).