Rhinoceros Left and Right Tan Tien

a. Stand shoulder width, with your left foot in front and your right foot at a 45 degree angle behind you.

b. Stretch your left arm straight in front of you, the palm facing downward. Hold the back of your right hand in front of your forehead.

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Fig. 5.50 Rhinoceros begins.
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Fig. 5.51 Rhinoceros moves to the left side.

c. Inhale with the Dragon Sound. Pull up the anus and the left side of the anus, sink a little bit in the kua and move the waist with the Tan Tien to the left. Your hips and navel should stay pointed straight in front of you. The arms and the upper body move with the Tan Tien to the left.

d. Exhale with the Tiger Sound, pull up the left side of the anus more and, at the same time, press the Chi down in the Left Tan Tien, pressing the left leg into the ground.

e. Hold this position and do the Tiger and the Dragon Sounds with the "inhale without inhaling" to build up the inner abdominal pressure. When out of breath, exhale and inhale. Regulate the breath; rest.

f. Repeat to the right side, the right leg in front and the left leg at a 45 degree angle aimed outward behind you. Stretch the right arm straight in front of you and hold the back of the left hand in front of your forehead.

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Fig. 5.52 Rhinoceros moves to the right.

g. Inhale with the Dragon Sound. Pull up the anus and the right side of the anus. Sink a little bit in the kua and turn the waist with the Tan Tien to the right. The navel and hips should not move.

h. Exhale with the Dragon Sound. Pull up the right side of the anus more and, at the same time, press the Chi down in the Right Tan Tien, pressing your right leg in the ground.

i. Hold this position and do the Tiger and the Dragon Sounds with the "inhale without inhaling". Build up the inner abdominal pressure. When out of breath, exhale and inhale. Regulate the breath; rest.

j. Do the ending exercise (See page 93).

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