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#89367 - 03/06/05 11:38 AM Re: What is this that I feel?
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Just curious Bossman, have you been "thaught" to think/visualize/feel in those terms, or have you developed an own "language" in the process integrating the given teachings?

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#89368 - 03/06/05 11:56 AM Re: What is this that I feel?
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Some of the terms are classical terms and others my own visualisation. It seems to take a mixture of the two to try and explain it.

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#89369 - 03/06/05 12:06 PM Re: What is this that I feel?
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Thank's for the reply, some of your explanations are quite easy for me to relate to, whereas others are more or less impossible!

ps: please note that I don't complain on the quality of you'r explanations, I only "blame" my own lack of IMA training/instruction

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#89370 - 03/06/05 01:07 PM Re: What is this that I feel?
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I understand, the classics need translating from english into understandable training english and never mean what they 'apparently' mean. The Yang 'family' terms are only relevant if you train directly with a family member. The techniques that don't have names are the most important ones and you have to know the stories and legends that go with the name of each technique to understand what the term means....

Terms and names would be a good thread....

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#89371 - 04/09/05 10:43 PM Re: What is this that I feel?
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Both types of breathing increase Chi. One is reverse and one is normal. The emphasis is on the Tan Tien, the area about 2 inches below your navel and 2-3 inches below the skin. It's like a bio battery that stores the body's energy.

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#89372 - 04/09/05 11:01 PM Re: What is this that I feel?
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that same thing happend to me exept to my fists but once i started it wouldint stop until i found out how to controll it.

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#89373 - 04/12/05 10:40 AM Re: What is this that I feel?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Batgirl:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by zzzcvbn2000:
Thanks, another question is there a way to channel this energy into my arms or what not. I mean I can controll it in my chest but how about controlling it somewhere else in my body. Is that possible?[/QUOTE]
yes slap your hands together really hard with might. Do this as long as needed. This is true jing that you feel warming your arms and hands. Not to mention sound energy.
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With enough practice you can channel it anywhere you want to. I know you can because i have worn shorts when it was nine degrees out just because i have control. meditating will help if you try to push your energy to specific parts of the body while meditating.

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#89374 - 04/12/05 02:25 PM Re: What is this that I feel?
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Daoist, or reverse breathing, is excellent for channeling chi to certain parts of the body. But beware, it is an advandced form of doing so, and could result in negative results if your posture, or practice is not up to snuff. Inhale bring stomach inwards, exhale bring stomach outwards, as if you were pushing the energy out. Buddhist breathing is the best way to attain and circulate energy consistently in practice.

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