Chi energy is aligning with laws of nature to co-create your work in harmony with all available elements: Patricia Chica

Asha Bajaj
5 min readDec 3, 2020

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Toronto/Canadian-Media: Patricia Chica is a Canadian film and television director, producer, writer, speaker, acting coach, and energy influencer. During her conversation, with Robert D’Alessio in Episode 20 of Rob’s Inner Circle Podcast, hosted by Robert — produced by Jenny DuHaime, Robert D’Alessio Productions, and Pax Management in Bobby’s Short Shorts (YouTube/StreamYard/Facebook) — speaks about the chi energy and how she practiced it with the cast and crew of her recent theatrical feature film, ‘Montreal Girls, which would be released in 2021 after 9 years of development.

Patricia Chica in conversation with Robert D’Alessio: Screenshot

Asha Bajaj, Editorial-Director of Canadian-Media brings you the excerpts:

Robert to Patricia: We hear a lot about chi energy. Tell us what exactly is chi energy?

Patricia: Chi energy is to become aware of working with energy, to switch your mindset as an artist, storyteller, actor, filmmaker, or entrepreneur, to work in cooperation with those energies and the laws that exist. The key to working with energies, psychology, neuroscience, and discoveries is not something that is taught in film school or acting school. In the entertainment world, it bridges the gap between storytelling, performance, and filmmaking. It is to work with nature and to bring the knowledge and wisdom of nature within storytelling. I have been studying and educating myself and been experimenting with my knowledge with myself and my students on my film sets. I taught the basics of my method to my cast and crew just before production started on Montreal Girls. It is the knowledge of collaborating with laws of nature, mindset, psychology, and energy to co-create this story in harmony with all the elements that are available to us. It just sets the tone to work in a very harmonious flow. It is not always possible when you work with different people under pressure when there is a lot of money at stake and you are running out of time and problems arise on set all the time inevitably. But once the cast and crew are aware of how to manage those energies, it just makes the…

Asha Bajaj

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