Beginner Qi Gong Movement

Welcome back to the DAO. I would like to share with you a video demonstrating a Qi Gong move that is easy to learn and can be performed by almost anyone. If you are impaired in the legs, you can still do the arm movement. These two moves are complimentary and counter to eachother. The first one is loosely named "Emitting Qi", while performing the movement, gather attention first from the lower Dantien, and track it with the motion of the hands. The other move, "Return the Qi" is the same, only opposite. A lot of times people try to look for Qi sensation, but this is missing the near for the very far, all sensation, at all times is Qi. The ground below you, the other life around you, and the heaven above you is all Qi. You may feel other special types of Qi, especially at the point of closest contact between the hands. This may be sensed as magnetism, tingling, numbness, hot and cold, and other sensations. This is our natural apparatus in self awareness and awareness of its surroundings. Please enjoy this first Qi Gong move, and look forward to more on the way.

These moves are often done in multiples of 3, but there is no limit to the amount you can do. Try and experiment with more reps and see how it feels. Some of the numbers commonly used in these practices for their auspicious connotations are: 3, 6, 9, 18, and 36.

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