Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. He is a grandmaster of Shaolin Kungfu and Chi Kung. He also holds an honors degree in humanities, and is one of the very few masters who speaks excellent English.
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It is simple, yet the benefits are fantastic. It can be appreciated at different levels: beginners as well as masters can enjoy the same exercises with different benefits according to their needs and abilities. Stand upright and relax, with your feet fairly close together. Place both palms in front of you with the fingers closed and pointing together, the open palms facing downward, and the elbows straight.
Without moving your body, tilt your head to look at your palms. Then move both palms, with elbows straight, in a continuous arc forwards and upwards until they are above you with the open palms facing the sky, simultaneously breathing in gently through your nose, and following your hand movements with your eyes.
Stop breathing and moving for a second or two, then press up with your palms against the sky. Then gently straighten your body and head, and lower your amrs to your sides, with the elbows still straight, breathing out through your mouth at the same time.
Stop breathing and moving for two or three seconds while your arms are at your sides. Repeat the whole procedure about times. At the end of the exercise, remain in the standing meditation position for minutes, and end by rubbing your palms, warming your eyes with them as you open your eyes, and walking about briskly as in the standard procedure for completing an execise involving meditation.
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