This exercise harmonises the three vital forces, respiration, digestion and reproduction. Link your fingers down near the tan-tien (3' below the navel). As you stand up in the same way as for the first triple warmer exercise, bring the palms up to chest height, this time a little closer to the chest. Photograph 14. Now push both palms up over your head as you look at the backs of the palms, which have been turned outwards. Hold this position for about 5 seconds and breathe out as the palms part and push down to either side.
Harmonising yin and yang of stomach and spleen This exercise works upon the stomach and spleen, which are linked in Chinese medicine. Lift the palms as before with the fingers almost touching and the palms in close to the chest as you breathe in. Now push one palm up over your head, palm up, and one down to your side, palm down. Hold this position for about 5 seconds while holding the breath and then breathe out as the upper palm comes down to the same level as the other. Repeat this on both sides.
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