Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 370

9 Colours Qi Ball – Part 4

The more Qìgōng 氣功 we practice the more Qì 氣 we will have, then we practice the 9 Colours Rotating Qi Ball Gong, our Qì will be even stronger. This makes the Láo Gōng 勞宮 points on our palms and the Yǒng Quán 涌泉 on our feet open more and allows us to hold more Qì in our hands and even our legs. Now we have four Qì balls, one on each hand and one on each leg. Now we are going to develop three more Qì balls and these are at the three Dāntiáns 丹田; Xià Dāntián 下丹田 – Lower Dāntián, Zhōng Dāntián 中丹田 – Middle Dāntián and Shàng Dāntián 上丹田 – Upper Dāntián. Our Qi develops from the bottom and rises to the top. It is like boiling water, we need to heat up the water which then boils and becomes steam which rises up. Practising Qìgōng is like boiling water. We need to create heat inside the body, but the heat must be flowing and moving, this is the Qì circulating, which is also equal the blood circulating. The more Qì we have the more blood we have, and then all the different parts of the body and the internal organs will function well, and so we are healthy and strong. The Qì will go to the Xià Dāntián first, then to the Zhōng Dāntián and in the end reach the and Shàng Dāntián.

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