Zang Zhen Gui Yuan Fa
(Unifying the Ying Organs Qi Method)

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  1. Close the feet together, stand upright. Look straight ahead. Pull in the vision slowly and close the eyes gently. Tip of tongue place between incisors. Relax the whole body (fig. 1).
  2. Flex the hands with the fingers pointing to the front and face the hands down:
    • Press the hands downward and flex up the toes. Do it 3 times (fig. 2).
    • Draw circles with both hands and knees at the same time (with the direction of Forward, outward, backward, inward) 3 times and reverse 3 times (movements must be small, doing it slowly and uniformly) (fig. 3).
  3. Relax the wrists and turn the palms to lift qi up from the front, close the hands in slightly to face the navel at waistline level, move the arms in to deliver qi to navel (fig. 4). Turn the palms up at waistline level and form the Huanyuan Finger-Ring Mudra with the middle fingers touching each other. Raise the hands to hunyuan qiao (fig.5):
  4. Move the hands to perform 3 circles of Open-Close, move the knees to draw 3 circles at the same time (with the direction of Forward, outward, backward, inward) and reverse 3 times
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  6. After that, raise the hands to xuanji, release the hand mudra and relax the feet (fig. 7). Turn the fingers to point forward (fig. 8). Extend the arms to the front, at shoulder level and width and point the fingers downward with the palms facing to the front:
    • Thrust the palms forward 3 times (fig. 9).
    • Thrust the palms forward 3 times (fig. 10).
    • Thrust the palms and spread the arms out sideways into a straight line:
    • Thrust the palms out 3 times (fig. 11).
    • Turn the fingers upward, backward, downward;
    • Thrust the palms out 3 times (fig.12).
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  8. Turn fingers backward, upward, forward and thrust palms out (fig. 13). Close the arms to the front at shoulder level and width (fig. 14). Relax the wrists, turn the palms to face each other, continue to turn the palms up (fig. 12). Retract the forearms to infront of chest and close the outer edge of the little fingers together (relax the shoulders and elbows) (fig. 15).
  9. Raise the hands up to eyebrows level:
    • Perform 3 circles of Open-Close, move the kness to draw 3 circles at the same time (with the direction of Forward, outward, backward, inward) and reverse 3 times.
    • After that, separate the hands out to the side of the ears (fig. 16), with the fingers pointing to the back and the palms facing upward (fig. 17). Raise the arms up till almost straight (fig. 18).
    • Move the hands forward, outward, backward, inward to draw circles 3 times and reverse 3 times.
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  11. Turn the fingers to point at each other and thrust the palms upward (fig. 19). Touching the middle fingers with each other. Turn the palms downward and lower the hands to the head to press Tianmen with the middle fingers. Close the back of the fingers together (fig. 20):
  12. Move the base of the fingers leftward, forward, rightward, backward turning 3 rounds and reverse 3 rounds. Imagine pressing the middle fingers deep into the head.
  13. Form the Heart Mudra (curl the 2nd, 4th and 5th fingers into the palm and press the finger line near the tip of the middle finger with the thumb) (fig. 21). Close the back of the middle fingers together. Lower the hands down along the Governor Channel to press Shangen with the middle fingers (fig. 22):
    • Move the base of the fingers leftward, forward, rightward, backward turning 3 rounds and hum the healing sound: “Xing” 3 times at the same time.
    • Reverse 3 rounds and hum: “Xing” 3 times at the same time.
  14. Separate the middle fingers to the inner corner of the eyes (fig. 23):
    • Move upward, outward, downward, inward massaging 3 rounds and reverse 3 rounds.
  15. Return the middle fingers to shangen and lower to the tip of the nose, press suliao 3 times (fig. 24).
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  17. Separate the middle fingers to the sides of the nose at yingxiang (fig. 25):
    • Move upward, outward, downward, inward turning 3 rounds and reverse 3 rounds.
  18. Return the middle fingers to the tip of the nose and lower torenzhong. Separate from shuigou to the area of the opening of the nose and near the base of the nostrils (fig. 26):
    • Use the middle fingers to pull the area outward 9 times and then inward 9 times.
  19. Close the back of the middle fingers together and lower down along the Governor Channel to danzhong (fig. 27):
    • Move the base of the palms leftward, upward, rightward, downward turning 3 rounds and hum the healing sound: “Xin” 3 times at the same time.
    • Reverse 3 rounds and hum: “Xin” 3 times at the same time.
  20. Lower the hands to Solar Plexus (fig. 28):
    • Move the base of the palms leftward, forward, rightward, backward turning 3 rounds and hum the healing sound: “Xiang” 3 times at the same time.
    • Reverse 3 rounds and hum: “Xiang” 3 times at the same time.
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  22. Release the Heart Mudra and change to Kidney Mudra. With the little fingers touching each other, lower to press on navel (fig. 29). Trace along the waistline with the little fingers to the back and press mingmen (fig.30). Turn the hands to face backward (fig. 31):
    • Hum the healing sound: Ei, Yü, Ying
  23. Trace along the waistline with the little fingers to the front and press on navel. Pull the hands out sideways and raise the left hand to danzhong (fig. 32):
    • Lower the left hand outward and downward, raise the right hand inward and upward at the same time. Rotating the hands alternatively to draw circles 5 times.
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  25. Release the Kidney Mudra at hunyuan qiao. The hands Overlap each other (left hand inside and right hand outside) with the thumbs bend inward (fig. 33)
    • Hum the healing sound: “Zhong” 5 times.
  26. Lift the left hand up to the left upper chest via danzhong with the fingers pointing upward, press yuanmen with the middle fingers. Close the left elbow to the ribs. Move the right hand over the right ribs to the back and press mingmen with the middle finger:
    • Place the right hand onto the right lower back and massage 3 times (fig. 34).
  27. After that, return the hands back to hunyuan qiao.
  28. The hands overlapping each other with the thumbs bend inward:
    • Hum the healing sound: “Zhong” 5 times.
  29. Separate the hands. Lift the right hand up to the right upper chest via danzhong with the fingers pointing upward, press yuanmen with the middle fingers. Close the left elbow to the ribs. Move the right hand over the right ribs to the back and press mingmen with the middle finger:
    • Place the left hand onto the left lower back and massage 3 times (fig. 35).
  30. After that, return the hands back to hunyuan qiao.
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  31. Form the Liver Mudra. The hands facing inward with the 2nd fingers touching each other (fig. 36). Raise the hands to Solar Plexus, spread the hands and move the 2nd fingers along the lower edges of the ribcage to qimen and riyue. Turn the index fingers to point downward and press onto Riyue (fig. 37). Extend left arm to the front at shoulder level and flex up the wrist. Point the left index finger up with the thumb pressing onto the finger line of the index finger (fig. 38).
  32. Stare at the finger print of the index finger (fig. 39):
    • Hum the healing sound: “” and “ 5 times.
  33. Lower the left elbow and retract the arm to place at the left ribs (fig. 37).
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  35. Release the Liver Mudra and change to Lung Mudra (fig. 40). Close the upper arms to the ribcage with the hands facing inward. Turn the hands to face up in horizontal position. Raise and turn the 4th fingers to point upward, till below the outer side of the collarbone to press onto yuanmen (fig. 41). Flex the wrists and raise the arms.
  36. Rotate the arms forward 3 rounds:
    • Hum the healing sound:Sang”, “ Si”, “Song”.
  37. Do it 2 times and rotate backward 3 rounds for 2 times too (fig. 42).
  38. Release the Lung Mudra, close the hands and form Hunyuan Palm below tiantu (fig. 43). Lower the hands along the to guanyuan (fig. 44):
    • Move the hands leftward, forward, rightward, backward to turn 3 small rounds and reverse 3 rounds (fig. 45).
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  40. Lift the hands from the left to infront of the left shoulder (fig. 46), passing the throat to infront of the right shoulder (fig. 47). Lower the hands from the right and return back to guanyuan. Do it 3 rounds.
  41. At the end of the 3rd round at guanyuan:
    • Move the Hunyuan Palm rightward, forward, leftward, backward to turn 3 small rounds and reverse 3 rounds.
  42. Lift the hands from the right to infront of the right shoulder (fig. 48), passing the throat to infront of left the shoulder (fig. 49). Lower the hands from the left and return back to guanyuan. Do it 3 rounds.
  43. Press the left thumb onto guanyuan (fig. 50).
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  45. Lift the Hunyuan Palm infront of the body to Yintang (fig. 51).
    • Lower the hands to the front and move downward in an arc to navel, and then lift the hands up to xuanji (fig. 52).
    • Lower the hands to the front and move downward in an arc to navel, and then lift the hands up to Solar Plexus.
    • Lower the hands to the front and move downward in an arc to hunyuan qiao area (fig. 53).
    • Hum the healing sound: “Qing” “Heli” 5 times.
  46. Lower the Hunyuan Palm to guanyuan (fig. 54). Press the left thumb onto guanyuan.
  47. Relax. Release Hunyuan Palms, replace hands at the sides, open eyes slowly.