3. With your palms turned toward your head, stimulate Bai-Hui with the QI ball, as if you were massaging your head, but without touching it. You will feel a light pressure on or tingling sensations in the head.
4. When you feel the QI sensations strongly enough, bring the QI ball slowly t o t he ac upuncture p oint b etween y our ey es (Yin-Tang). Stimulate the Yin-Tang with the QI ball.
5. Repeat this, bringing the QI ball down to the following acupuncture points: T ian-Tu, T ang-Zhong, Z hong-Wang, a nd Q i-Hai. Y ou w ill probably feel a c oolness or tin gling in th e Bai-Hui a nd Y in-Tang, a nd warm sensations from Tian-Tu through the Qi-Hai.
6. Lead the QI ball from Qi-Hai to Xian-Gu through Hui-Yin.
7. Bring the qi ball to Ming-Men. Lay your hands on this point until it gets warm.
8. Stimulate from Ling-Tai, Da-Chui, Nao-Fu and back to Bai-Hui.
The "REN", front channel
Y1 pi-Tang The flow crt qi is felt as rj cool, tin gling spnfialjein
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