Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 425

We use our palms in our forms to bring the Qì to the acupuncture points, internal organs, direct Qì around the body and smooth the Jīng Luò 經絡 - Channels

Palm

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Every time we finish practising Qìgōng 氣功, particularly after meditation and horse stance we do Shou gong. We rub our palms together and use the palms to wash the face, and then we bring our Qì氣 back to the Dāntián. We also use our palms in our forms to bring the Qì to the acupuncture points, internal organs, direct Qì around the body and smooth the Jīng Luò 經絡 – Channels. So, our palms play a big role in our Qìgong.

If we notice our palms are, red, full and sensitive then it means we are healthy. Also, we will be very sensitive, and we will naturally not touch things that are bad for us. This is the as many animals, their paws are very sensitive and if we touch parts of their paws, they will pull it back until they feel comfortable again. It is the same with our palms. If our palms feel good, them we will feel good. If our palms look good, then we will look good as well. So the condition of our palms reflect the condition of our health.

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