Tendon Nei Kung (Iron Shirt II) - Practice Guided Audio I [DL-TA16]
This audio is a Guided Meditation and Chi Kung Practice Formulas of the Tendon Nei Kung (Iron Shirt II) Practices of the Universal Healing Tao practices for both men and women, led by the meditative voice of UHT Senior Instructor, The Professor - William U. Wei.
Seven Sections are included:
Spinal Whip Movement (Toes, Heels, Ankles, Legs, Hips, Vertebras, Jade Pillow, Arms and Fingers)
Chi Pressure (Air Pressure)
Tendon Power (Torquing & Release) Twisting Force & Letting Go
Eight Standing Positions
Mung Bean Hitting Techniques
Tendon Nei Kung (Iron Shirt II) - Practice Guided Audio
Theory: This is the second level of the Iron Shirt Chi Kung practices dealing directly with the growing, strengthening and maintaining of our tendons for our structure, posture and personal power. This is the second step in building your Iron Shirt (Temple) to do your Inner Alchemy practices creating the dynamic Spinal Whip Movement, building the Chi Pressure and Tendon Power with your breath from the Earth to Feet to Ankles to Legs (Knees) to Hips (Psoas Muscle) to Spine (5 Lumbars, 12 Thoracics and 7 Cervicals) to Scapulas to Shoulders to Crown to Chin to Chest to Arms to Elbows and extending through the Fingers.
Concept: As you exhale your breath into your Tan Tien, Close your Genitals, Pinch your Elbows and Contract your Heart (Like a Clenching Fist) and at the same time torque your Toes, Heels, Ankles, Legs, Hips, Vertebras, Jade Pillow, Arms and Fingers with the rhythm of the Earth and your Heartbeat then you release (let go) the Air Pressure; as you inhale your Heart expands and your Tendons release your whole body while it effortlessly moves back to its original position by itself.
Purpose: With the Tendon Nei Kung Eight Standing Positions (Head Level/Middle Fingers, Eye Level/Pinkies, Waist Level/Thumbs Up, Waist Level/Back of Hands, Solar Plexus Level/Pinkies, Shoulder Level/ Middle Fingers, Waist Level/Palms Up and Knee Level/Palms Up) you are building your tendons with the Spinal Whip Breath and Clenching Fist technique in each position and additionally in the Partner and Wall Practices as well as the Mung Bean Hitting techniques.