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Fri, 07/01/2011 - 8:30am
This post is a reply to Peter's comment on the Vienna/Buchberg seminar last week: http://iliqchuan.com/content/seminar-notes#comment-1005316 but I thought it deserved a new thread so perhaps others could give their insights and ideas on the topic.
On the seminar Sifu introduced a way of working through the elements as found in the first spin of spinning hands. Each element was separated out and worked with condense and expand and focus on particular inner organs related with each element. The elements are linked to organs in the following way:
Earth - spleen & pancreas (yin), stomach (yang)
Metal - lungs (yin), large intestine (yang)
Water - kidneys (yin), urinary bladder (yang)
Wood - liver (yin), gall bladder (yang)
Fire - heart & pericardium (yin), small intestine & triple heater (yang)
Each exercise may be used to support and balance a particular meridian or they can be used in the order of productive cycle (as listed above) to balance the whole body.
I'm looking forward to further developments of this nei gong. Perhaps it can be also used in connection with sounds of organs + meridian paths. Anyone could add any thoughts on this?