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5.0 out of 5 stars Kan and Lii, 24 April 2006
This review is from: Essence Of Taiji Qigong (YMAA Tai Chi) chi kung [DVD] (DVD)
D. Nishimoto "Golden Lion".

Dr Yang returns to the essence of Qiqong and teachings the basic thoughts: breathing, Yi mental focus and movement of the Chi, the chi reserviors and channels, and the importance of relaxation. Dr Yang tells the practitioner too think about why the motiff works, how motiff interacts with Yin and Yang principles, and encourages the practition, too ponder the writings of the masters. Without understanding why Qigong works, Qigong becomes a meanless sequence of movements without any power. These ancient Taoist and Buddhist techniques have been used by millions, practiced daily too help restore health.

Dr Yang instructs in Kan and Lii. Kan is water and Lii represents Fire. Kan is water, which is able to cool the body down making the body more Yin. While Lii is fire which warms the body making it more Yang. When Kan and Lii are adjusted or regulated correctly, Yin and Yang will be balanced an act harmoneously. Chi Kung practitioners believe the body is always too Yang, degenerating and burning out. If you use water to cool down the body, it will slow down the degeneration process and lengthen life. So regulation is required. Wu chi is the balancing of the Yin and Yang forces. In this state nature is peaceful and calm. Wu chi state combines the individuals chi with the chi of nature. This is the goal of Tai Chi.

Exercise 1: 1. Standing Still 2. Big python Softens its Body 3. Chi sunk to Dan Tien 4. Expand the Chest to clean the body 5. Pour the chi into Baihui 6. Left and Right to push mountain 7. Settle wrist and push the palms 8. Large Bear Swimming in Water 9. Left and Right to open mountain 10. Eagle attacks its prey 11. Lion Rotates the Ball 12. White Crane Spreads it wings

Coiling Set: 1. Stand Calmly 2. White Crane relaxes its wings 3. Drill Forward and Pull back 4. Left and Right Yin and Yang 5. Water and Fire Mutually Interact 6. Large Bear encircles the Moon 7. Living Buddha Holds up Heavan 8. Turn Heavan and Earth in Front of your Body 9. Golden Rooster Twists its wings 10. Turn your head to look at the moon 11. Big python turns its body 12. Up and Down coiling

Rocking Set: 1. Embracing Arms 2. Wardoff 3. Rollback and Press 4 Push 5. Rotating the Ball

Walking Chi Kung: 1. Wave Hands in Clouds 2. Diagonal Flying 3. Twist Body and Circle Fist 4. Stepping Leg 5. Brush Knee and step forward 6. Repulse monkey 7. Snake Creeps down
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