Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式

Waidangong is originated from China and is a kind of peaceful Chinese Qi Gong Exercise based upon the philosophy of Moralist and Chinese medicine.

Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式

Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式 Waidangong 外丹功 Preliminary Movement serves to regularize respiration and improve Qi & blood circulation.

Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式 Practicing Time:

For beginners, five minutes is enough for the first session. You may gradually increase the duration of time at your own discretion or upon the advice of your coach.

Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式 Main Points:

Stand with arms hanging down, exert no strength, keep the mind calm, and original Qi will be activated.

Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式 Method:

1: Stand with two feet parallel to each other. Two feet are as wide apart as the armpits.

2: Bend the knees slightly for about half an inch.

3: Relax the whole body and do not exert any strength. ( This applies to all the movements of Waidangong 外丹功.)

4: Breathe naturally and free yourself of any distracting ideas.

5: The arms hang down loosely by the sides. and the backs of the hands face the front, with the fingers apart and the index fingers sticking out.

6: The head rests easily on the neck, with the chin slightly tucked in.

7: The tip of the tongue touches the ridge behind the upper teeth and the eyes look ahead in a relaxed manner. (This applies to all Waidangong 外丹功 movements.)

8: Keep the mind calm and wait for original Qi to make the elbows and hands tremble. (Do not exert strength to jerk your fingers. All Waidangong 外丹功 movements are AUTOMATIC. )

Waidangong Preliminary Movement - 外丹功預備式 Note:

If original Qi makes the whole body tremble violently, immediately stop it with your mind and take a walk.

Do it again the next day. If you feel uncomfortable or painful in some areas of your body because of their past ailments, try to bear it. This is the reaction of the ailing areas to the activation of Qi. The discomfort of the ailing areas will gradually decrease and disappear.

If strange phenomena occur during or after your practice, consult your coach for direction

Disclaimer: The materials provided herewith are intended for reference by Waidangong 外丹功 trained students. The author is not responsible, in any manner whatsoever, for any injury which may occur through following the descriptions while practicing Waidangong 外丹功.