Waidangong Movement 7 - 外丹功第七式

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 Movement 7 - 外丹功第七式

Waidangong Movement 7: Leveled Palm-Lifting - 外丹功第七式 : 捧珠入觀安魄功 Waidangong 外丹功 Movement 7 also known as Leveled Palm-Lifting - 外丹功第七式 : 捧珠入觀安魄功, this movement strengthens the Spleen Meridian and relieves stress.

Waidangong Movement 7 - 外丹功第七式 Main Points:

Holding the pearls toward the palace and The complexion will gradually become ruddy.

Waidangong Movement 7 - 外丹功第七式 Method:

1: The left foot moves to the left so that the feet are as wide apart as the outer edges of the shoulders. The feet remain parallel.

2: Bend the knees and keep the head and the backbone in one straight but relaxed line.

3: Place the hands in front of the chest, palms up and fingers apart. The small fingers point at the nipples.

4: Raise the heels.

5: Spread the fingers outward nine times and then turn the head three times to the left and three times to the right.

6: Move the leveled palms down to the waist and up to the chest again to activate the two paths of Qi running vertically through the chest. Each movement down and up lasts about 3 to 4 seconds.

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.