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The effects of respiratory movements of up, down, opening and closing in the exercise of Qi Gong Qigong

by JIAO Guorui Translation by Vincent BEJA

breathing or "Na Tu" in Chinese, is a specialty of the practice of Qi Gong. The objective of such training is to stabilize the mental efficiency and rate of breathing.

So what to do respiratory training with the exercise of Qi Gong? As we know, breathing is of great importance to the vital activity. This process starts when the first breath immediately following the release of the fetus and breast-feeding lasts until the end of life. What breathing human body is identical to what water is to fish. This means live. The body extract oxygen from the air and releases carbon dioxide. This phenomenon was described as "getting rid of musty and absorb the costs" and respiratory training program is called the method of Tu (dispel) and Na (absorb). Breathing plays an important role in metabolism. Physiological activities are disrupted when the oxygen supply falls below the needs of the tissues composing the body. Nerve cells in the cerebral cortex are very sensitive to oxygen deprivation and stop their activity 10 seconds after the suspension of the supply of oxygen. If blood oxygen concentration falls below a certain limit, the cells and tissues are damaged. Also adequate training of breathing can greatly improve health and increase capacity to work. Thanks to the painstaking attention to respiratory training, Qi Gong experts have accumulated through history a rich knowledge on breathing techniques.

All respiratory training techniques of Qi Gong have their own characteristics. Their common requirements include calming the mind, regulation of breathing, drop off at the Dan Tian Qi Central, inspired by the nostrils, keep breathing soft, slow, steady and deep abdominal breathing to come while there is naturally quiet in mind.

respiratory training not only enhances the functions of the digestive and respiratory systems and induces mental quietude, but it may play a role in the up, down, opening and closing movements of the flow of Qi. Specifically inspiration corresponds to movements of elevation and closure of Qi, while the expiration guide the movement of descent and openness. The expiration led

Qi down and diffuse the strong inspiration and student. Clinical observations show a long expiration helps reduce tension by widening the blood vessels at the ends and bringing the blood down; inspiration, causing the closure and the rise of Qi, raises the blood along the arteries and constricts blood vessels to the extremities. Therefore, patients suffering from excess of Qi in the upper body and low in the lower part should insist on expiration; so the normal practice should avoid insisting on inspiration and breathe naturally they begin to practice Qi Gong.

The effects of breathing Qi Gong movements Qi are not absolute but depend on many factors. The fact that Qi is in the direction given by the mind is an example of how mental activity can influence the effects of Qi. Where the practice of Qi Gong reached a certain level of mental activity alone, without expiration, may be sufficient to induce the descent and opening of Qi. This is also valid for movements rise and closure of Qi.



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