by Mason Taylor
by Mason Taylor
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by SuperFeast Team September 26, 2017 1 min read
So by now, you guys know how passionate we are about Jing energy (I mean dang, we've got a whole podcast episode on it!) You know, that stuff that makes us who we are, gives us our essence. If you want to dive deeper into what Jing essence is, head over to Jing, What Is It and How To Cultivate It? Essentially though it is our foundational energy, we are born with it. It is easy for our Jing energy stores to 'leak' out.
At SuperFeast HQ, we are all about finding ways to create Jing, not deplete it. A good friend of ours, Benny Fergusson (the Movement Monk) recently joined us to to share with you two potent practices that can be incorporated into your everyday life (or your #30daysofJING) to bring more space and regeneration to your kidneys (and entire body too!) Cultivating Jing with tonic herbs is an important piece of the puzzle, however adding in these two practices can take it to another level. Check out the clip below as Benny talks us through the basics.
Do you feel like you need some more Jing essence in your life? Feeling a little depleted, stressed, fatigued? We get it. Our Western lifestyles are essentially zapping our Jing energy pretty constantly. Our beautifully created JING blend was specially formulated by Mason, designed specifically for restoring your foundational energy. The blend includes a synergistic blend of revered Jing herbs, all to support your system to cultivate energy in your kidneys and adrenals, promote healthy hormone function, stamina and libido. Yes please.
How have you found these practices? They are a beautiful addition to your journey as you navigate your #30daysofJING Challenge :)
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