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  27/02/134 How is the practice of Dao Yin? | 導引 Dao Yin Daoist 導引 DAO YIN DAOIST YOGA (HTTP://DAOISTYOGA.WORDPRESS.COM/)  Just another site  How is the practice of Dao Yin? ( Home  ( 1 ¿What is Dao Yin?  ( 2 The Origin of Dao Yin  ( 3 ¿Which is the structure of the chinese yoga?  ( 4 How is the practice of Dao Yin?  (  27/02/134 How is the practice of Dao Yin? | 導引 Dao Yin Daoist  typical Dao Yin ( 導引 ) session should be undertaken during the early morning hours, whenthe Yang Qi ( 陰氣 ) of the Sun is on the rise; practitioners should find a quiet, secluded,arm, and clean space where they can be undisturbed for the duration; they should relievethemselves and loosen any restrictive clothing. Then they begin with mental concentrationand deep breathing, allowing body and mind to calm and be ready for the practice. Initialormalities may also include the invocation of protective deities or the formal chanting oinvocations.More specifically, Dao Yin ( 導引 ) involves gentle movements of the body in all kinds odifferent positions together with deep breathing and the focused mental guiding of Qi ( 氣 )around the channels. Both the emphasis on breathing and the conscious guiding of Qi ( 氣 ),often expanded into visualization, play an important part in the entire tradition of Dao Yin( 導引 ). They tend to be combined with specific forms of body movements and stretches thatrange from simple, repetitive moves, such as lifting and lowering the toes, throughsemiacrobatic feats, such as hanging head down from a rope, to complex integratedsequences that take the body through various postures and open, lengthen, and vitalize alldifferent parts: muscles and joints, tendons and channels.Many Dao Yin ( 導引 ) sessions involve clicking the teeth and beating the heavenly drum(snapping fingers against the back of the head while placing the palms over the ears) tostimulate internal vibrations and connect to the subtler levels of Qi ( 氣 ). Often self-massagesof the face, eyes, ears and whole body accompany the practice, stimulating the qi-flow inthese areas; and many times a practice called Dry Wash (today known as Marrow Washing)is recommended; this involves passing the hands over the entire body along the lines of theenergy channels, again to stimulate and balance the flow of Qi ( 氣 ).he specific needs of the practitioner determine which practices are then chosen. Numeroussimple techniques can improve specific areas of the body; they relieve pains, relax tensions,and open Qi ( 氣 ) blockages. Many easy sets warm up and energize the body, moving all thedifferent joints from feet to head, without focusing on specific symptoms or areas of the body. A number of set sequences serve to increase qi-flow and enhance health and long life.Other practices are more internally focused: using very little body movement, they emphasize holding the breath or guiding the Qi ( 氣 ) through the different regions of the body, in some cases visualized in a wide spectrum of colors and as splendid palaces andpassageways. Sessions can last from ten or twenty minutes to an hour or more, involvingalso meditations and ecstatic communications with the deities. weekly session of Dao Yin is divided into five groups of basic exercises that serve to restorethe overall health. These exercises are designed to be performed a different exercise every day, so have a whole week of training where you vary the exercises are not allowing the body and be used all the time receiving different salutary impact. Every day is to drink tea ( 茶 ),and herbal energy elixirs ( 酏劑 ), to help facilitate the internal circulation of energy, thusincreasing the effectiveness of physical exercises. The following describes a typical week otraining, which varies exercises and consumption of medicinal herbs:Day number one: 直臥功  27/02/134 How is the practice of Dao Yin? | 導引 Dao Yin Daoist (Zhi Wo Gong)Lying in the floor training1) 仰臥浪動運臟腑  (yang wo lang dong zang fu) “lying on the back waving the stomach tostrengthen the internal organs “2) 側臥搖擺養肝脾  (ce wo yao bai yang gang pi) ” lying on the side and swing to cultivate theliver and spleen “3) 趴臥波涌強腰腎  (pa wo bo yong chiang yao shen) “lying face down waving the waist tostrengthen the kidneys “) 伸筋拔骨通經絡  (shen chin ba gu tong jing luo)” stretching the muscles and bones shake,stimulating menstrual fluid channel “) 左右抱膝蛹揉腹  (zuo you bao xi yong rou fu)” Embracing the knees from left to right thepupa´s abdomen is massaged “6) 臂腿開合蛙潛水  (pi tui kai he wa chian shui)” The frog dives opening and closing arms andlegs “7) 弓腿頂腹護命門  (gong tui ting fu hu ming men)” bowing legs, head and stomach, protectingthe doors of destiny “8) 內擺胯腿慢擠陰  (nei bai cua tui man chi yin)” bringing inward slowly leaning hips and legsagainst the yin “ 直臥內功 (zhi wo nei gong) Internal lying working1) 開下丹田  (kai xia dan tian) “opening lower elixir field”2) 開中丹田  (kai zhong tan tien) “opening midle elixir field”3) 開上丹田 (kai shan tan tien)“ opening the upper elixir field” 站功 (Zhang Gong)Standing training1) 金柱磬立意守丹  (jin chu chin li yi shou dan) ” golden column and the stone bell hiding thecinnabar “2) 鳳凰點頭運目頸  (feng huan dian tou yun mu ching) ” phoenix bows its head, stretched itsneck and rolls its eyes “3) 鼎天立地拔總筋  (ding tian li ti ba zhong ching)” Raising the heavenly cauldron on earthstrengthens muscles “  27/02/134 How is the practice of Dao Yin? | 導引 Dao Yin Daoist ) 鵝形搖擺柔肩臂 (e xing yao bai ru chian bi) ” The goose swaying motion smooths theshoulders and arms “) 推拉四勢通天掌  (tui la si shi tong tian zhang) ” heavenly palm mobilizes the four powerspushing and pulling “6) 白鶴亮翅周天游  (bai he zhang chi zhuo tian you)” white crane spreads its wings and runsalong the heavenly orbit”7) 白猿獻果敬高堂  (bai yuan xian guo ching kao tang) ” white monkey offering fruit at thealtar “8) 順風掃地左右扑  (shun feng sao di zuo you pu) “favorable wind blowing and sweeping theroad left from to right “ 站內功 (zhang nei gong)Standing inner training1) 腹前拉极  (fu qian la ji) ” abdomen pushing forward the supreme principle “2) 腹後拉极  (fu hou la ji) ” abdomen pushing backward the supreme principle “3) 腹上拉极  (fu shang la ji) ” abdomen pushing upward the supreme principle “) 腹下拉极  (fu xia la ji) ” abdomen pushing downward the supreme principle “) 腹右拉极  (fu you la ji) ” abdomen pushing to the right the supreme principle “6) 腹左拉极  (fu zuo la ji) ” abdomen pushing to the left the supreme principle “.Day number two: 和式 (Huo Shi)Mixed patternshe section on mixedpatterns includes mobile gaming positions in all its forms and range oovement lying on floor, standing and sitting.1) 龍導式  (long dao shi) “guiding the dragon position”2) 虎引式  (hu yin shi)” stretching the tiger posture “3) 熊經式  (xiong jing shi) “dealing with the bear posture”) 龜咽式  (gui yan shi)” turtle´s neck posture “) 燕飛式  (yang fei shi)” flying swallow positio6) 蛇屈式  (she chu shi)” coiling snake position”
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