Practice of Anus and Perineum Power

Anus Perineum

Breathing exercises to develop the Chi pressure in all the following seven areas and in the whole Tan Tien. We distinguish seven important areas in the Lower Tan Tien where we would like to develop the Chi pressure A. Below the navel Chi Hai Ocean of Chi . B. Lowest Abdominal Bladder area. C. Above the navel Area of the Solar Plexus. D. Both left and right sides of the front part of the Tan Tien. E. Both left and right sides of the body. Fig. 4.15 Areas for the development of Chi Pressure...

Chi Kung and the Balance of Water and Fire

Iron Shirt Qigong

Tan Tien Chi Kung involves the simultaneous training of body and mind by way of activating mind power. The combined and integrated activity of the mind, the heart and the eye power are the major sources of activation of the subtle energy and the transformations it requires and enhances. The more the mind is awakened, the more the heart is opened and the more the eye is trained to look inward, the easier it becomes for the mind to lead and guide the movement of Chi through the body. Thus the...

Empty Force

Tan Tien Chi Kung is one of the Taoist Chi Kung practices used to develop the Tan Tien Second Brain and Perineum Power. We need Chi and Chi pressure in the Tan Tien as a foundation for most of the Universal Tao practices, especially for Iron Shirt Chi Kung and Tai Chi Chi Kung and meditation. The Tan Tien is the energy reservoir in the body. It is the place where we store the energy we generate, gather and absorb in Chi Kung and meditation. If the energy is stored in the Tan Tien it can be...

Lower Tan Tien as the Second Brain

Second Brain

Recent advanced research confirms the ancient Taoist insight, gained over a long period of inner observation, that the lower Tan Tien is a key source of intelligence. It actually supplies the brain with the basic orientations, data and information which it can then process. It turns out to be full of neurotransmitters. This is why I like to compare the brain to the hardware of the computer and the organs to the software. The organs feed the brain with information and it depends on the quality...

Second Brain Chi Kung Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Power of the Inner Smile

Tan Tien Breathing

The process of internal transformation in the Universal Tao practice starts with the Inner Smile down to the lower brain located in the lower abdominal area. It is the key practice for keeping Chi pressure in the Lower Tan Tien and the whole body, and it is the most effective practice for keeping all energy path routes in the body open. Although the Inner Smile at first sight would appear to be an easy practice, it actually represents a great challenge. It holds in all its apparent simplicity a...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Alchemical Process

Tan Tien Love

The sound Ha together with the sounds Ho and Hum constitute a triad of sounds which serve as seed mantras in the hundred syllable mantra in Tibetan Buddhist practice, by which the highest wisdom energies are invoked. Specific sounds raise particular energy frequencies in each organ. Obviously the sound ha is the sound which makes the whole body feel good, as it generates Chi and make energies move, so that a state of well being is experienced. Laughing and smiling are natural ways the body uses...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Universal Tao Practices

Chi Gong Dan Tien

It is in the Lower Tan Tien that the condensation process started from which our life began. This is where all the energies of heaven and earth in the lovemaking of our parents and ancestors and their essences came together and created the embryo and our Original Chi. In the Cosmic Healing Sounds practice, sound combined with movement serves to soften and cool down overheated organs which have tended to contract and harden as a result of stress. The body temperature is rebalanced and the free...

Squatting Chi Kung

Psoas Martial Arts

One of the most wonderful Tan Tien Chi Kung exercises undoubtedly is squatting. It is so common and well understood in certain regions of the world relatively less affected by modernization. It is hardly noticed yet now it is considered worthy of elevation to human exercise. This position of squatting has been the position for humans to move the bowels throughout the evolution of human beings. Since the beginnings of civilization, people have known the highly beneficial effects of squatting....

Dragon and Tiger Breath Dragon Breath

Distribution Plane Cartoon

Inhale with a high pitched Hunnnn sound and feel the suction in the Upper Tan Tien. Raise the arms up above the head and feel the throat center like a vacuum. Feel the Chi pressure in the Lower Tan Tien and the throat. Feel Sucking in the Mideyebrow Inhale with the Hunnnn Sound Breathe through the Nose High Pitched Sound Inhale with high pitched Dragon Sound and Feel the Sucking. L Feel Sucking in the Mideyebrow Inhale with the Hunnnn Sound Breathe through the Nose High Pitched Sound Lightly...

Exercises to Bring More Chi Pressure and Energy Vibration in the Tan Tien

Qigong Exercises Zhan Zhuang

You can just repeat the exercises. The only difference is that this time you use your fingers to give counter pressure against the pressure of the Chi from inside. a. Put your fingers on the Chi Hai in the lower abdomen. Smile and do a few abdominal breaths. b. Inhale half of the breath, hold the breath, inhale more and pull up the front part of the anus and push at the same time against the lower part of the Tan Tien, against the pressure from your fingers and feel a suction. Slowly exhale...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and Natural Breathing

The natural form of breathing is Iron Shirt abdominal breathing. This is the principal measure by which to evaluate the body's state of health and capacity for self-healing. To the extent that we practice abdominal breathing, we have retained the ways we used to breathe as a baby and child. When in the course of life, natural low, deep, long and quiet abdominal breathing is replaced by high short and shallow breathing in the chest, we lose our inner stability. We have lost a major source of...