LFIAA Wild Goose Qigong “Connecting the Whole Body”

As individuals begin to practice and study the Wild Goose Qigong (Dayan Gong) 128 posture form many will begin to refining their actions and improve the connection of the whole body transforming their Wild Goose Qigong practice to a much deeper level. Obviously  for some individuals it can take a very longtime before they can understand how to refine and improve their skill , Wild Goose Qigong practice involves both passive and vigorous movements, dynamic stretching, breathing methods and pressing qi cavity’s (Dian Xue) methods.

Many individuals simply  concentrate on moving from one posture to another trying to maintain an even flow of movement, rather than connecting the energy points of the feet with the energy points of the hands, so that the activation and circulation of the vital energy (Qi) is stimulated throughout the whole body. Through the correct use of manipulating the body weight an individual can activate the energy points on the toes and especially the “Bubbling Spring  Yongquan point” located on the ball of the foot as well as the qi points on the  heels of both feet to allow the qi to travel upwards and downwards through the acupuncture meridians and channels (Jingluo)  of the legs gathering the Yin earth energy into the body. Whereas, the qi points of the arms and hands gather in the Yang Heaven energy into the body were both energies are then alchemically transformed together to help nourish, repair and strengthen the functioning of the internal organs (Zangfu) to boost our health and wellbeing.

Combining breathing to the passive, slow actions of the Wild Goose Qigong will again enhance the sensation of energy to be pushed and pulled throughout the whole body,especially as both the hands and feet will also manipulate the qi points located on the extremities to connect  the upper and lower portions of the body together in a much more powerful unit. By the individual becoming more aware of how to stimulate the energy points of the upper and lower body in their practice of the Wild Goose Qigong form will transform  and deepen their practice to another level.

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