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posture and the effects of movements up, down, opening and closing of the Chinese Qi

Posture is also directed mentally during the practice of Qi Gong. Keep a posture requires a certain level of muscle tension. Therefore, in exercise of Qi Gong, the holding of the posture is fundamentally driving the muscle tension through relaxation. In practice the relaxation or tension in muscles and posture can affect bodily functions. This is how they play a role in selective changes in bodily functions, including those relating to the viscera, through the nervous system as the main meridians and collaterals. During the course of Qi Gong, each posture tension and affects everything that follows it. Therefore the choice of posture depends on the health and the objective of the practitioner.

Qi Gong postures can be divided into four types according to the four types of movements of Qi: Up, down, opening and closing. Each type can be further subdivided between dynamic postures and postures quiescent or static.

type trace amount upward movement of the body. In addition to dynamic movement upwards, the amount includes postures such static position. Postures lead Qi rising upwards.

down postures lead the Qi down. The opening movement trace expansion from inside to outside just as it also characterizes all dynamic postures. Quiescent or static postures are usually not based on a wide, feet apart. The opening postures lead the Qi to the outside. The type

closing line inward motion for withdrawal and static postures closing assuming a higher position. Such postures can concentrate qi. [...]

In fiscal posture and movement of Qi are sometimes in unison, sometimes operate in opposite directions. They reinforce each other while simultaneously restricting the other. For example, when up arms Qi rises, if the trunk is also rising, the ascending power of Qi increases in a process of mutual reinforcement. But if you lift your arms while simultaneously lowering the body by lowering the buttocks and bending the knees, the upward movement contains a restrictive movement of descent. This prevents upward movement of Qi without restriction, and conversely if the downward movement is restricted by an upward movement, Qi does not descend below the desired limit, implementing and mutual restriction. Thus the movements up and down dependent on each other and opposite movement to restrict each other, as it is also true of the movements of opening and closing. How do we put these principles into practice? In my opinion the application should be made case by case, depending on circumstances.


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