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The Three Dan Tian in One Exercise

三田合一

Taught by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu

Recorded by: Joe Broda (Joe Broda of San Jose, California is a special education teacher)


Objective:  Using the mind to direct the qi to target areas.
 

            First build qi in the general dan tian.  Then send to the middle dan tian, which is located on an imaginary line 1/3 of the distance from the Sea of Qi (one and a half inches below the navel) to the Gate of Life (a point directly across from the navel on the back).

            From the middle dan tian, send the qi to the upper dan tian, which is the point of inter-section of a horizontal line drawn from between the eyebrows and a vertical line coming downwards from the point on the top of the head where the three bones meet.

              Send the qi back to the middle dan tian and down to the lower dan tian, located at the perineum (the region between the anus and the genitals).

Repeat the exercise, sending the qi back to the middle dan tian, then to the upper one, middle again and down to the lower one.

 

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