Rabbit Front Tan Tien

This exercise develops the Chi pressure in the front part of the Tan Tien, navel and pelvic area.

a. Stand shoulder width, with the feet parallel.

b. Inhale; pull up the anus and the front part of the anus, and simutaneously make the Dragon Sound (with a high pitched sound Hunnnnn). At the same time feel the lower abdomen and the throat like a vacuum sucking Chi to expand the lower abdomen and the throat, while raising the arms slightly above the head.

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Fig. 5.17 Begin the Rabbit Posture with the Dragon Sound.

c. Exhale with the Tiger Sound (hummmm sound) quickly and pull up the anus and front part of the anus even more and widen your nostrils. At the same time, sink down a little in the kua, press the palms down and push the Chi pressure down in the front part of the Tan Tien and the pelvic area with the sound.

d. It is very important that you synchronize these three movements. When you do this you will feel the Chi pressure increasing and generated in the lower abdomen, in this part of the Tan Tien and in the palms of your hands. The kua and the hip joints will open more due to this Chi pressure.

e. Do the ending practice (See page 93).

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Fig. 5.19 Rabbit Posture opens the kua and hip joints.
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Tiger Sound

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Tiger Sound

Fig. 5.18 Rabbit exhaling with Tiger Sound.

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