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Primordial QigongEnlightenment QiGong
What is Chi (Qi)?
Chi is vital energy. All living beings have their own vital energy, which keeps them alive. Trees, plants, animals, fishes, minerals, stars and the human beings have their own Chi. Each of us has his or her own vital energy, which allows us to be unique persons. When our Chi is balanced and harmonious, the result is a strong health. owever, if this Chi is not balanced, we would become sick and ill. !llness is a reflection of unbalanced Chi. There are different techniques which help to balance our Chi and improve our life quality. "ne of them is the #igong.
What is Qigong?
#igong is a work on and improvement of our vital energy based on body movements which stretch and blend the meridians. These movements are light physical e$ercises suitable to any age, from children to older people, since the primary #igong ob%ective is to reach a strong and healthy body. The early practice allows the practitioner to reach longevity in an easy way, which would be otherwise difficult to get in our western life style.
What is Primordial / Enlightenment Qigong?
This #igong form is e$tremely easy to learn, simple and natural to practice, which produces immediate results, normali&es all the body systems and produces a strong and deep e$perience of interior peace and calm. !t is composed by a sequence of balanced body movements that activate the energy flow.'espite being designed for enlightenment, this form has many beneficial effects for the health. !n his famous clinic in China, 'r. (hu ui uses it to treat more than ten chronic diseases, especially for the heart, blood pressure, kidneys and lack of energy.This form dissolves all physical and psychical issues as well as karmic ones in both the physical and energetic body. )inally it opens up a place inside of you where your original spirit *what you originally were before your birth+ can stay. This place is called Wu%i-, the uperior /nknown.
Where does the Enlightenment Qigong come from?
011 years ago, Chang an )eng, a Taoist !mmortal, founded the original Tai Chi Chuan 234movement form for self defence, in order for the monks to be able to defend themselves from thieves without using aggressive or mortal techniques which would lead them far from their spiritual path. 5rand 6aster Chang an )eng also created a second short form that was designed for Enlightenment rather than self defence. !t was secretly practiced by a lineage of Taoist masters for the last 011 years. !ts original name was Wu7i 5ong, which translates as skill at entering the unknown-
 
Enlightenment Qigong – Detailed Instructions
The form considers the 8 cardinal directions. !t starts facing the East and therefore it ends facing the East, too.We start standing and facing the East, feet parallel at shoulder width. We rock forward and backward, left and right until we find a balance in both movements. This is our centre. We try to put all our body weight on the heels. 9nees slightly blended.
Breathe of Earth Rises and Falls
:ow we bring our hands down to the hips and prepare to start the form. We slowly and softly raise our hands shoulder4high up. Then we bring the right hand down in front of the pubic bone, palm up, while we place the left hand, palm down, in front of breast bone, at heart high, creating a space between the hands to generate an energy ball.
FI!" E#"$ C%C&E
1.Yin and Yang Separates
The right hand down raises laterally to offer half energy ball toward the right side; at the same time, the left hand lowers down toward the left side, near the hip, separating the energy ball previously created.We now bring our hands back to the centre, e$changing their position, which means the right hand, palm down, will be up in front of the breast bone and the left hand, palm up, will be down in front of the pubic bone. !n this movement the body torso slightly shifts and actually more deviates toward right and left according to the raised hand. There isn<t an e$cessive weight4load on the corresponding foot. Eyes look at the raising hand.
2. Circulate the Chi in Orbit 
:ow we bring our hands in front of the hips. We create the micro4orbit-, also called the cosmic egg-. To do that, we raise our hand palms facing each other on our sides up to the shoulders, then around and above the head and then, always with palms facing each other, coming down to the pubic bone. The hands, which are now in front of the second chakra, pick a new energy ball, which then will be raised through the central channel *through all the chakras+ up to the collar bone and is e$tended straight out to arms length..
3. Heart Opens to the Right Future ! "oon# and the $eft %ast ! Sun#
olding now this energy ball between our hands, we slightly shift our weight on the right heel raising both hands toward the right side, like if we were offering them to the 6oon. oftly we
 
now bring the hands back to the centre while we balance our weight back on the two heels and then shift it to the left, to offer the same energy ball to the un, on the left side. We finally repeat the same movement to the right once more. 'uring the whole movement sequence, our eyes are looking in between our hands.
&. Rotate the Chi in the East 
:ow we bring our hands back toward the centre, but the right hand quickly places itself in front of the pubic bone, palm up, and the left hand, more slowly, places itself in front of the breast bone; palm down, in order to create again a big chi ball between them. :ow we turn the chi ball by bringing the right hand up and the left hand down, keeping the palms facing each other. We repeat this turn a second time, so that finally the chi ball turns 3=1> in total. :ow we bring our hands down on the sides, hip4high.
'. (ather Chi fro) the *orth
:ow we turn our left heel and the body counter clockwise *so toward our left+ in order to face the north and we step with the right foot and bring the right leg parallel to the left one. E$tend the right hand out to front right side and gather energy toward our chest, then we bring the right hand down while the left hand and arm repeat the same pulling movement on the left side. The right hand will repeat the same pulling movement on the right side a third time. :ow we bring both hands down the sides.
+. Rotate the Chi in the ,est 
 Again, we turn our left heel and the body counter clockwise *so toward our left+ in order to face the west and we step with the right foot and bring the right leg parallel to the left one, reaching again a balanced position. We bring our hands to the centre, the right hand, palm up, quickly in front of the pubic bone and the left hand, palm down, more slowly in front of the breast bone so that they create again a big chi ball between them. And from this position we turn the chi ball 3=1>. We bring again both hands down the sides.
-. (ather Chi fro) the South
 Again, we turn our left heel and the body counter clockwise *so toward our left+ in order to face the south and we step with the right foot and bring the right leg parallel to the left one. . E$tend the right hand out to front right side and gather energy toward our chest, then we bring the right hand down while the left hand and arm repeat the same pulling movement on the left side. The right hand will repeat the same pulling movement on the right side a third time. :ow we bring both hands down the sides. 
. (ather Chi fro) the Centre
We are finishing the Earth sequence. "ur hands and arms reach now the heaven to pick a big energy ball. Then we bring together both hands in front of the crown, first the left hand facing the crown over the head and then the right hand with the palm facing the back side of the left hand. )rom this position we bring both hands aligned, keeping them few centimetres apart from the body, down to the forehead, throat, chest, stomach, navel and then resting them on the Tan4Tien. We stay few seconds in this position resting and concentrating all the generated energy in our ?eing.

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