Practice of Anus and Perineum Power

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:

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.

F. Both kidneys.

Chi Pressure

Back

Fig. 4.15 Areas for the development of Chi Pressure

Tan Tien Breathing
Fig.4.16 Releasing Tension in the Diaphragm Diaphragm, abdominal wall and perineum press into the abdomen.
Diaphragm Abdominal Wall

Areas A -D belong to the front part of the Tan Tien, and E and F to the back part of the Tan Tien. Just as with a balloon you can press some areas, to increase the pressure in other parts of the balloon,so you can increase pressure in the Tan Tien.

There are two main areas you always use. Pull up the perineum and press down the diaphragm. This will reduce the space in the Tan Tien and condense the Chi in the Tan Tien. When you pull to the right, the left, the back or the front, the Chi ball (pressure) will move from one side to the other.

There are two major breaths, one is the short breath to expand the abdominal, and the second is: exhale, hold the breath and do the inhale with out inhaling, meaning hold the breath and expand.

A. Lower Tan Tien: Ocean of Chi or Chi Hai

The Anus and the Front part of the Anus, and below the Navel Area. In this part we inhale and expand, dividing the breath into two small breaths.

Middle

Right

Right

Left

Anus

Front Part of Anus

Left

Anus

Front Part of Anus

Fig. 4.18 Front of Anus a. Stand with the feet parallel and shoulder width apart. All the nine points should be firmly rooted in the earth.

b. Just be aware of the anus, the front part of the anus and the sexual organs; especially the testicles, vagina and uterus.

c. Put your hands on the Chi Hai below the navel on the lower abdomen very gently and very softly. Smile and do a few abdominal breaths.

d. Exhale and flatten down the abdominal area. Use the fingers of both hands.

e. Inhale with a half breath, using the dragon sound. The dragon sound is a high pitched Hunnnnnn. Feel the abdominal area and the throat like a vacuum cleaner sucking in Chi pressure. Lightly pull up the anus, the front part of the anus and the sexual organs. At the same time, push against your lower abdomen and, pushing your fingers out, hold the breath and Chi pressure in the Chi Hai. Always keep the diaphragm down and the chest relaxed.

Anus Pressure Points

Fig. 4.19 Nine Points of the Foot rooted in the ground.

Fig. 4.19 Nine Points of the Foot rooted in the ground.

Lower Tan Ien
Fig. 4.20 Hands placed on the lower abdomen below the navel.
The Three TantienTai Chi Hands Tan Tien Men Women

f. Exhale with the tiger sound Hummmmm and push the energy pressure down to the lower abdominal area. The tiger sound is a low pitched, growling Hummmmm sound. Hold the breath and laugh softly inside. Feel the vibration in the Chi Hai. Hold until you feel comfortable then inhale and slowly regulate the breath.

Tan Tien Chi Kung
Fig. 4.24 Exhale with Tiger Sound.

g. Repeat 3 to 6 times. Feel the pressure becoming stronger with every breath. When you exhale consciously, you hold the Chi. When you inhale and exhale unconsciously, you lose the Chi.

B. Pelvic Area — Bladder - Uterus Area

Anus: Front and Back part of the Anus, and the lower part of the Navel, the Bladder and the Uterus.

Anus Perineum

Fig. 4.25 Anus, Bladder, Uterus

In this part we inhale and expand and divide the breath into three small breaths.

a. Stand in the same position, be aware of the middle part of the anus, the front part, back part and for men the prostate gland; women the uterus.

b. Use the fingers to press in on the lower abdomen near the pelvic bones. Exhale, flatten down the stomach, and hold the breath for a short while. Lightly suck up the abdomen and feel the suction inside.

Fig. 4.25 Anus, Bladder, Uterus

In this part we inhale and expand and divide the breath into three small breaths.

a. Stand in the same position, be aware of the middle part of the anus, the front part, back part and for men the prostate gland; women the uterus.

b. Use the fingers to press in on the lower abdomen near the pelvic bones. Exhale, flatten down the stomach, and hold the breath for a short while. Lightly suck up the abdomen and feel the suction inside.

c. Inhale one third of the breath with the high pitched sound, the dragon sound. Feel the abdomen and the throat like a vacuum, sucking in Chi pressure. At the same time contract and pull up the anus.

d. Inhale the second third of the breath, contract, pulling up the front part of the anus and the sexual organs toward the bladder/ uterus, lowest part of the abdomen and expand.

Push out Middle Tan Tien with Chi Pressure.

Push out Middle Tan Tien with Chi Pressure.

Fig. 4.26 Anus and Perineum Power
Anus Contract

Fig. 4.27 Front Anus and Perineum Power - 75 -

e. Inhale the last third of the breath; at the same time contract and pull up more of the front part of the anus toward the bladder and uterus. At the same time push the lowest abdominal area out against the fingers.

f. Keep your tongue against the palate. Hold as long as you feel comfortable.

Tongue against the Palate

Fig. 4.28 Tongue to Palate and Perineum Power

Tiger Sound

Tiger Sound

Tien Chi Powder

Expand and push out with Chi Pressure.

Fig. 4.29 Tiger Sound

Expand and push out with Chi Pressure.

Fig. 4.29 Tiger Sound g. Exhale with the kidney sound Choooooo. When you do this well the coccyx will lightly turn in and the sacrum will push out, rounding the lower back, because the sacrum and the sexual organs are connected. Do 3 to 6 times. Relax and let go and smile to this area; feel Chi and blood flow into the area.

C. Solar Plexus — Above the Navel

Anus and Front Part of the Anus, and above the Navel (Solar Plexus) In this part we inhale and expand and divide the breath into three small breaths.

1. Stand in the same position, be aware of the middle part of the anus, and the front part and for men also the bladder and prostate gland; women the uterus.

Solar

Qigong Sexual Power

Solar

Front

Perineum Power

Front

Woman Glands Anus

Back

Fig. 4.30 Solar Plexus Perineum Power

Back

Fig. 4.30 Solar Plexus Perineum Power

2. Use the fingers to press in on the solar plexus above the navel. Exhale, flatten down the stomach, and hold the breath for a short while. Lightly suck up the abdomen and feel the suction inside.

Perineum Scrotum And Anus
Fig. 4.31 Push out Chi for Anus and Perineum Power.

h. Inhale with one third of the breath, contract and pull up of the anus (the middle).

i. Inhale with small sip another one third of the breath, contract, pull up the front part of the anus and the sexual organs toward the navel. At the same time push the lower part of the navel area out.

j. Inhale the last third of the breath and at the same time contract and pull up more of the front part of the anus toward the solar plexus. At the same time push the solar plexus area out to press against the fingers.

k. Keep your tongue against the palate. Hold as long as you feel comfortable.

l. Exhale, with the kidney sound Chooooo. When you do this well the coccyx will lightly turn in and the sacrum will push out, rounding the lower back, because the sacrum and the sexual organs are connected.

m. Do 3 to 6 times. Relax, let go and smile to these areas. Feel Chi and blood flow into the area.

Tongue against the Palate

Tongue against the Palate

Fig. 4.32 Anus and Perineum Power with the Breath

Exhale Press Down

Exhale Press Down

Above Anus Below Coccyx

Left Side

Fig. 4.33 Exhale with Anus and Perineum Power

Left Side

Fig. 4.33 Exhale with Anus and Perineum Power

Navel Bladder

Front Part

Anus

Fig. 4.34 Front Part of Anus and Perineum Power

Anus

Fig. 4.34 Front Part of Anus and Perineum Power

In this part we inhale and expand doing all the above practice in one breath.

Anus, Front and Back Part of the Anus, Below the Navel (Chi Hai), Below the Navel (Bladder, Uterus), and Above the Navel (Solar Plexus)

1. Stand in the same position, be aware of the anus, the front part , back part; and for men the prostate gland; women the uterus.

2. Use the fingers to press in below the navel (Chi Hai). Exhale, flatten down the stomach, and hold the breath for a short while. Lightly suck up the abdomen and feel the suction inside.

3. Inhale with one slow breath at the same time contract the anus, front part of the anus and expand below the navel and pelvic area (bladder-uterus area) above the navel. Hold the breath for a while, exhale and rest.

Fig. 4.35 Push out the Middle Tan Tien with Chi Pressure.

D. Both Sides of the Front Part of the Tan Tien a. Put your fingers on both left and right sides of the front part of the Tan Tien. Smile and do a few abdominal breaths.

b. Exhale flattening the abdomen. Press your fingers in on both sides of the front abdominal.

Press Your Perineum
Left

Right

Anus

Middle

Right

Anus

Fig. 4.36 Exhale and use the Fingers to press in.

c. Inhale with the high pitched sound, the Dragon Sound. Feel the abdomen and the throat like a vacuum sucking in Chi pressure with half the breath. Lightly pull up the anus.

Taoist Anal Breath
Fig. 4.37 Make Dragon Sound and pull up right and left sides of anus.
Push The Heavens Chi Kung
Fig. 4.38 Push Chi to both sides of Tan Tien while laughing softly.

d. Inhale the other half, suck in more and contract the left and right sides of the anus and push the points of the left and right Tan Tien outward against your fingers; hold the breath and Chi pressure. Always keep the diaphragm down and the chest relaxed.

e. Exhale with the Tiger Sound Hummmmm and push the energy pressure to both sides. Laugh softly inside and feel a vibration in the Chi Hai. Hold as long as you feel comfortable.

f. Inhale slowly and regulate the breath. Do this several times until you feel a strong Chi pressure. Laugh softly inside and feel a vibration in both sides of the Tan Tien.

g. Do 3 to 6 sets of the practice.

Tien Chi Powder
Fig. 4.39 Make the Tiger Sound and make pressure on both sides of the Tan Tien.

E. Left and Right Sides of the Body

Repeat the same precedure as above.

a. Place your hands gently on both left and right sides of your body.

b. Smile and inhale half the breath with the dragon breath, contract and pull up the anus; hold the breath for a while.

Tan Tien Chi Kung
Fig. 4.40 Do the Dragon Breath and pull up anus.
Anus And Perineum
Fig. 4.41 Do the Dragon Sound while inhaling with half of the Breath.

b. Inhale the other half breath and contract; pull the left and right sides of the anus toward both left and right sides of the body out against your hands. Feel both sides expanding.

c. Exhale with the Tiger Sound, slowly and consciously and push the Chi down to the left and right side. Maintain equal force. Feel both sides of the Tan Tien expanding.

Fig. 4.42 Complete the Dragon Breath by inhaling and exhaling out both sides of the body.
Fig. 4.43 Exhale with the Tiger Sound and continue expanding to the right and left.

d. Repeat several times until you feel a strong Chi pressure in both sides. Hold the breath and laugh inside and feel both sides of the Tan Tien vibrating.

F. Left and Right Sides of Kidneys a. Place your hands gently on your left and right kidneys. Your spine lightly arches back.

b. Smile in the kidneys and inhale with the Dragon Breath with half of the breath and pull up the anus; hold the breath for a while.

c. Inhale the other half of the breath and contract and pull up the left and right sides of the anus to the kidneys and lightly round the back and press out against your hands.

d. Feel the kidneys expanding, and the whole lumbar area opening. Inhale more, expand, hold the breath for a while.

Exhale and feel it flatten down and lighty bend the back.

Exhale and feel it flatten down and lighty bend the back.

Kidney Chi
Fig. 4.44 Use the Hands to cover the Kidneys. - 87 -

e. Exhale with Tiger Sound and slowly presss Chi pressure down to both sides of the kidneys and the lower abdomen. Feel the whole kidney area expanding when you exhale and push the energy down.

Fig. 4.45 Inhale-Exhale the Chi to the Back.
Tan Tien Chi Kung

Fig. 4.46 Use Dragon Breath to inhale with Chi expanding the Kidney area growing Chi Belt.

f. Repeat 3 to 6 times until you feel a strong Chi pressure in both kidneys and a Chi belt around your waist. This exercise will also strengthen the kidneys and increase your Original Force. Smile in the kidneys and feel them vibrating.

G. Door of Life a. Place both hands gently with the fingers touching the Door of Life (between lumbars 3, and 4), palms cover the kidneys; the back is lightly arched to the front.

b. Smile and inhale half the breath. Hold the breath and pull up the back part of the anus and push the Door of Life and the lumbar region out against your hands.

c. Feel the Door of Life expanding and becoming more open. Inhale more, hold the breath, pull up more and expand, inhale more, hold and expand.

Power Inhale Breath

Fig. 4.47 Opening the Door of Life

Fig. 4.47 Opening the Door of Life d. Exhale slowly and consciously press the Chi down to the Door of Life. Maintain equal force. Repeat several times until you feel a strong pressure in the Door of Life and you feel it open and breathing.

Back Part Anus

Back Part Anus

Tanning Anus
Fig. 4.48 Dragon Sound Breath expanding the Door of Life.
Door Life Pressure Point
Fig. 4.49 Tiger Sound Breath expanding the Door of Life.

e. Be aware of the soles of your feet, the coccyx and the sacrum. Inhale and pull up the back part of the anus, feel the pulsation in the Door of Life sucking up the energy of the Earth and moving it upward through the spine to the brain.

f. Exhale, put both feet together, scoop up the energy and bring it down. Touch the navel and focus on the Door of Life. Repeat several times. Rest, cover the navel, smile and feel your whole abdomen full of Chi, open and breathing and feel it pulsating.

H. Chest a. Place both hands gently on both side of the chest under the armpit.

b. Exhale flattening the chest down.

c. Smile, inhale with the Dragon Sound and with half the breath. At the same time pull up the front part of the anus and expand the whole Front Tan Tien.

d. Inhale the other half of the breath and contract and pull up the left and right sides of the anus toward the left and right rib cage; let the Chi expand and round the upper back.

Tan Tien Breathing
Fig. 4.50 Exhale and flatten the chest.

e. Exhale with the Tiger Sound; slowly press Chi pressure down to the lower abdomen and let the pressure from the lower abdomen expand up to the upper chest. Feel the whole kidney area expanding when you exhale and push the energy down.

f. Repeat 3 to 6 times; rest, regulating the breath.

Tan Tien Breathing
Front Anus

Fig. 4.51 Inhale with the Dragon Sound, pull up the anus and expand the Tan Tien.

Fig. 4.51 Inhale with the Dragon Sound, pull up the anus and expand the Tan Tien.

Tan Tien Breathing

Fig. 4.52 Exhale with Tiger Sound, expand Chi down to abdomen.

I. Total Tan Tien Breathing with Inhale a. Breathe slowly and smoothly in the Tan Tien until you feel nice and calm. Then combine all the seven breathing exercises together.

b. Smile and gently place both hands on the Lower Tan Tien.

c. Inhale part of the breath and at the same time pull up the anus, the front part, left and right side of the anus toward the front and left and right side of the abdomen. Expand and push out the lower part of the navel and the upper left and right sides of the abdomen. You can move your fingers along the part that you expand.

d. Inhale another part of the breath and at the same time pull up the left and right sides and the back part of the anus toward the left and right sides of the kidneys, and the Door of Life.

e. Exhale, relax ,and regulate the breath.

Tan Tien Breathing
Fig. 4.53 Expand the Tan Tien with smooth inhalation. - 93 -

J. Total Tan Tien Breathing with Exhale a. Inhale fully and exhale; press the Chi pressure down and hold the breath.

b. Inhale without inhaling. Hold the breath and suck in; feel the suction and at the same time contract the anus, front, left, right and back.

c. Continue holding the breath and inhale without inhaling and expand the front, left and right, and the whole back. Continue to expand to the chest.

Bone Marrow Nei Bone Breathing

Fig. 4.54 Expand the Tan Tien with an exhale.

Left

Left

Right

Anus

Middle

Right

Anus

Fig. 4.54 Expand the Tan Tien with an exhale.

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