How to Do Dantian Compression/Expansions for Strengthening Internal Organs, Qi and Vitality

In Master Jou Tsung Hwa’s last edition of “The Dao of Taijiquan” he emphasized special use of the dantian for tai chi (taijiquan), qigong, and Taoist meditation. But most people have trouble with it and do it wrong. Doing it wrong will deviate the qi instead of cultivating it as well build up tension. Doing it correctly, however, is very simple if you pay attention to your chest and low back the way the video below instructs you. The potential for healing and qi development is tremendous. This practice can be done *anywhere* and *anytime.* If you start to feel some discomfort or strain, just lessen the frequency and intensity – because YES, this will also use deep muscles! Share your questions and experiences after doing this for a few days, weeks or months.

One Response to How to Do Dantian Compression/Expansions for Strengthening Internal Organs, Qi and Vitality
  1. John Steven Bianucci
    August 24, 2013 | 4:23 am

    Dear Internal Gardens Msster,
    That is fantastic – I felt the power intensely, instantly!

    A month ago, I declared myself a master of Qi Gong. I got it! I understood and respect, since then approaching each moment with vigilence and intention. I will be joining your online school very soon, gratefully. I live currently in the Chicago area. Thank your for being who you are.
    Sincerely,
    John Steven Bianucci

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