Concentration of Mind

1) When practising the first method of respiration, the mind should be concentrated on the Shanzhong point (at the centre of the line drawn between the nipples) of the middle Dantian, or on the Baihui point (at the centre of the line drawn between the ears). One of these two acupoints can be chosen. "Concentration" means that the attention should be concentrated on that position from the beginning till the end of practising the exercise. In addition, inflate the lower belly slightly during inhalation in order to send the clear qi to penetrate the Dantian below the navel. Draw in the lower belly when exhaling.

2) When the second method is performed, the mind should be concentrated on the Guanyuan point (at the distance of four times the diameter of a finger below the navel). Inflate the lower part of the abdomen below the navel during inhalation, take it in when exhaling and holding the breath, trying your best to keep this condition for the sake of allowing the remaining qi to be brought into the lower Dantian.

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