3. With your palms tu rned toward to your head, stimulate Bai-Hui with the QI ball, as in a m assage, but without touching your head. You will feel a light pressure on or tingling sen-sations in the head.
4. When you feel the QI sensations strongly enough, bring the QI ball slowly to the back of your head ( Nao-Fu), the back of your neck ( Da-Chui), Ling-Tai, and to the opposite side of your navel, Ming-Men.
5. Put your hands on the Ming-Men point until it gets warm.
6. Lead the QI ball from Xian-Gu to Qi-Hai through Hui-Yin.
7. Bring the QI ball from Zhong-Wang, to Tang-Zhong, Tian-Tu, and Yin-Tang, then and back to Bai-Hui.
Y1 pi-Tang The flow crt qi is felt as rj cool, tin gling spnfialjein
The "DU", back channel
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