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Kuji Kiri Nine Cuts Breathing Exercises

There are three major centers of power in the human body. The Sacral Pump, the Heart Pump, and the Cranial Pump. The first, at the base of the spine, is activated by the Lotus posture. The second beats constantly. The third is the tip of the tongue pressing, in harmony with the pulse, against the roof of the mouth. Each of these centers is represented by a specific mudra or finger-knitting position. Between these centers are nine gates up the spinal column that enable the Ninja to collect Qi in the Hara, cultivate it through the breathing techniques, and elevate it to the Mysterious Chamber of the Mind to achieve enlightenment. Each of these gates is represented by a specific mudra. Each requires a specific breathing technique to open the associated endocrine gland and allow the Qi to rise.

Small Circulation Shao Chou Tien Meditation Breathing

This whole process is a form of deep breathing, not because the breathing is heavy, but because it works the lungs to near capacity. While many people who engage in strenuous exercise breathe hard, they do not necessarily breathe deeply. Deep breathing causes the internal organs to vibrate in rhythm with the breath, which stimulates and exercises them. The organs would not receive this type of internal exercise without deep breathing. It can be seen that many forms of violent exercise only condition the external muscles, while doing very little for the vital organs.

Principles From The Tai Shih Ching

Deep Breathing For Energy

This back to childhood abdominal exercise will confer several benefits. First, the up and down motion of the abdominal muscles during deep breathing will massage the stomach and intestines as well as exercise the muscles holding the internal organs in place, and will increase their strength. This is the reason why deep breathing exercise can cure hernias, which are caused by weakness of the internal muscles. Second, exercising the abdominal muscles will generate Chi not only for circulation, but also directly for the organs held and surrounded by these muscles. This Chi supply plus the increased blood circulation keeps the organs healthy. Finally, the deep breathing uses the lungs to their fullest capacity, thereby strengthening and cleaning them.

Meditation and Chi Circulation

Chi Circulation

Once the student can breathe adequately according to the Taoist and Buddhist methods, he begins sitting meditation to begin the process of Chi circulation. The first goal is to achieve a calm mind while concentrating on deep breathing. The individual creates a type of hypnotic state to do this. The meditator should stay at this stage until he can expand and withdraw his Dan Tien while breathing with no conscious effort, without the attention wandering. in the Dan Tien is called lower level breathing (Shar Chen Chi), while simple exhalation and inhalation in the lungs is called upper level breathing (Sam Chen Chi). One system aims at building Chi as energy, while the other aims at building up Chi as air. The overabundant Chi in the Dan Tien will cause the abdominal area in most people to twitch and feel warm. The pump (the deep breathing) has thus caused a fire (an accumulation of Chi) in the Dan Tien area. When Up to this point little has been said about breathing during Chi...

Still Wai Dan Forms

Lie on your back with the arms by your side. Raise the legs to vertical, then continue to lift, raising the buttocks and torso off the floor. If your balance is unsteady, you may bend your elbows and use the hands to support the trunk in a vertical position. The weight is on the shoulders and the upper arms, not on the neck. Hold this position for at least one minute breathing slowly and deeply. This is known as the shoulder stand.

Introduction what is Tai Chi Chuan

Advantages of practising Tai Chi Tai Chi Chuan is good exercise which enables us to develop a healthy body as well as an alert mind. It is a system of exercise suitable for people of all ages. This exercise requires little or no special equipment. It can be practised in a relatively small area either indoors or outdoors. When performed in a slow and relaxed manner, the Tai Chi Chuan Hand Form offers a balanced drill for the body's muscles and joints through the execution of complex manoeuvres in conjunction with deep regulated breathing and the contraction and expansion of the diaphragm. The deep breathing promoted by the slow practice of the Hand Form causes the diaphragm to expand outwards and downwards and contract inwards and upwards. This movement of the diaphragm gently 'massages' the liver and intestines. Deep breathing also promotes a greater intake of air into the lungs than usual. Thus a greater amount of oxygen is available for consumption which increases blood circulation....

Benefits of practising

We can look upon the practice of Tai Chi Chuan in two ways. First it is a method of physical exercise. Secondly, it acts as a catalyst in that when performed by our body it causes certain beneficial reactions to take place. As our muscles move they exert pressure on our veins, forcing our blood flow towards the heart, improving our circulation. Meanwhile, the deep breathing necessary for the performance of the Hand Form causes the diaphragm to expand outwards and downwards and contract inwards and upwards, and this movement of the diaphragm gently 'massages' the liver and the intestines.

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NINJA MIND CONTROL is, without doubt, one of the best selling and most widely read books on Ninja Meditation ever written. It has been translated into six languages and distributed worldwide with excellent result. Achieve mastery over your own mind and possess the key that unlocks the secrets of the cosmos. The true Mystic-Warrior prevails without unsheathing his weapon. He is master of the bloodless coup. With his mental and physical abilities he evades, confuses, and clouds the mind of any opponent. Revealed here are the Breathing Exercises and Kuji-Kiri hand positions that enable you to collect, cultivate, and circulate Qi, the vital lifeforce that surrounds, permeates, and flows within the body. Through these methods, mind reading, hypnosis and suggestion, the Ninja controls himself, and, in so doing, the outcome of every encounter as well. Includes the Five Element Exercises and Mi Lu Kata, the Lost Track Form, of self defense that can turn even the most humble into a fighting...

The Importance Of The Breath

When you practice a breathing technique, you fool the mind into paying attention, which means clearing out the garbage and reprogramming it to the means and methods that we want. The purpose of this book is to instruct you in reprogramming your mind with one thought, one goal or one idea, and then to dominate your will by using your KI to control your mind so that just as it had blocked out the rest of the world when we were holding our breath, it will now block out the rest of the world as we pursue one single goal, desire or ambition. Think of the power you will have over your destiny when you use the entire power of your mind to pursue and achieve one single goal. The purpose of breathing exercises is twofold First to allow you to still your thoughts and calm your mind, or to slow your thoughts and begin to dominate your mind. Second, to build and store your KI inside your body so that it may be used later to dominate your mind and control your will.

The Internal Training Methodology

This in turn leads to the improved output of Qi which is a result of the improved metabolism through the abundance of Jing. Qi is derived from the nutrients we eat and the air that we breath. Qi itself flows with the blood and both can be controlled through mental focus. Proper mental focus leads the qi round the body improving vitality through improved blood flow and sufficient supply of nutrients, gaseous exchange and vital energy. The breath is very important in qi generation and deep breathing efficiently utilising the capacity of the lungs is important but never to the point where it becomes unnatural. This leads to an improved tonus in the musculature and ultimately leads to a healthy body.

The Buddha performs Ba Duan

Like all popular traditions in any culture, the origins of these exercises are shrouded in myth and legend. Some say the exercises began several thousand years ago. There are historical records of similar types of exercise dating back 4000 years to the time of the Yao settlements, when regulated body exercises and special breathing techniques were said to be used to cure disease. The most recent evidence of the long history of these movements comes from a silk book unearthed in 1979, known as the Dao Ying Xing Qi Fa (Method of Inducing Freeflow of Chi). The book dates from the Western Han dynasty, which ran from 206BC to AD24, and bears 44 drawings of men and women in exercise positions resembling those in this chapter.

Intelligence Gathering

This breathing technique is used naturally by hunters. When combined with certain finger-knitting exercises, as well as yogic postures and other methods of breathing, a system known as the Nine Forms of the Mind Gate (Hsi Men Jitsu) is formed. Each of these has evolved nine variations, making a total of eighty-one forms.

Taking A Punch In The Stomach

You are now ready to begin to practice and apply your concept of KI by learning to take a punch in the stomach. We have already begun to practice all the three aspects that are necessary to develop our KI. We are doing sit ups, legs up and muscle conditioning exercises to strengthen the muscles and learn to control them. We are doing breathing exercises that enable us to concentrate on our breath and to as much as possible move it from various areas of our body that may be hit. We have practiced beginning mind control to learn to focus and concentrate the mind on one specific point, or to one area of the body. Now we will use all three at once and begin to see how easy it is to let someone hit us in the stomach without receiving an injury or even a bruise.

Questions And Answers On KI

You should do your breathing exercises every day, your sit ups every day, your muscle training 3 times a week, your meditation and beginning mind control exercises every day for at least 3 months. By then you will have learned all the techniques well enough to take almost any blow without receiving an injury. A. You already should have the muscle strength from your muscle training, and you can practice your breathing exercises before the game. Use the time you have in the huddle or before the ball is snapped or when you are on the sidelines to keep the mind concentration at a top level.

How To Develop A Perfect Body

Form one practicing meditation through breathing exercises In this type of meditation the student stands or sits and pays attention only to his breath and his breathing. Concentrating all his efforts upon his breath. It is an easy form of meditation and very relaxing and calming. Some of the more common forms of breathing meditation are

Enlightened Martial Arts

The Tao of Tai-Chi Chuan Way to Rejuvenation. Piscataway, N.J. The Tao Foundation or Charles E. Tuttle, Publishers, 1981. Reveals the history and relationship of tai chi to chi kung. Contains valuable information concerning centering, movement, and breathing exercises. Shows how the fundamentals of energy movement can be applied to any martial art.

Hidden Masters Spirit Helpers

There are hundreds of meditation techniques that help one contact one's spirit ally. Each relies on artificially altering the chemical state of the blood, either by deep breathing (hyperventilating) or holding the breath (hypoventilating). Each must be practiced carefully, lest the increased oxygen in the bloodstream make one conscious of the heartbeat. In many cases, this leads to anxiety but that is easily calmed by simply holding the breath for a moment. Charlatans frequently insist that the resulting phenomenon is the result of some manipulation of their own, when in fact it is a simple physiological effect.

So what did becoming an Yi Guan Daoist entail

Wang Shu Jin

Well, the teaching was based on the center. This area that is three vertebrae up from the sacrum and between there and the dan tian. That being your center of gravity and center of energy production. We learned how to use that and how it fits in physically with the rest of the body, how to manipulate it, and how to open it up. I learned a lot of exercises that taught how to open up the center. There were movement exercises and some breathing exercises. Plus we concentrated on this center as we did the Ba Gua Zhang forms.

The History of Ba Gua Qi Gong

The other school of thought believes in the practice of exercises and meditations which serve to supplement the standard Ba Gua circle walking practice and form execution. While most of these practitioners would agree that the circle walk practice can and will contain all of the elements of qi gong training, they also believe that beginning practitioners need to practice component parts of the training separately before they try to integrate these parts into the circle walk training. In these schools, qi gong, meditation and breathing exercises are performed separately from the circle walk practice until the student becomes very comfortable with the circle walk method. Concentration, visualization, and breathing methods are integrated into the circle walk practice in stages. This is a more gradual step-by-step approach and also certainly has merit. One cannot say that one approach is right and the other approach is wrong, they are just different ways to approach the same goal.

The Importance Of Yi And Chi In Tai Chi Chuan

Same time, the lower level chi rises from the dan tien, along the spinal cord, to the area between the shoulder blades. When a person can achieve this technique, we call it unobstructed chi (the chi is able to circulate through the body freely). Everyone who practises the correct form of Tai Chi Chuan for a certain period of time and to a certain level may achieve this unobstructed chi. However, the beginner does not have to concentrate upon this breathing technique, but concentrate instead on the forms for the correct movement and postures. The only requirements for hte beginners are slow moevements, natural breathing, and a relaxation of the entire body. If there is too much pressure to push the chi to sink into the dan tien, it will head in the wrong direction. This may cause interstinal diseases or haemorrhoids may flare up. After practising to a certain level, we have to know how to breathe. If we do not understand the breathing theory then we cannot strive to attain the highest...

Summary Of The Steps In Learning Kujikiri

The elements are each represented by an exercise or special breathing technique designed either to tone up or sedate a particular type of energy within the body. These are called the Five Elements Exercises. Two require moving, two are static, and the last is a combination of both.

Screwing Up Higher Sexual Practice

One strengthens the energy in the body through deep belly breathing. The intestines serve as a coil to hold the energy as well as a pump to move it. Breathing techniques that move the intestines as well as fill the lungs are essential to higher energy as well as higher sex to use Anand's term. Once skill is developed in breathing, one usually notices that he or she spends an awful lot of time in the pursuit of sexual pleasure (pleasure being more interesting than simple reproduction) .

Ying jow eagle claw kung Fu

Though it is often translated as an energy flow, Ki literally means breath and everything that breathes, from animals and plants to the world itself (as felt on the wind) is a part of Ki. As such, Ki is essential to all aspects of the practitioner's life. Martial arts and yoga teach the student to channel Ki through meditation and deep breathing exercises. Feng Shui arranges a living space to allow Ki to flow freely through everything in the room (including those who live there).

The Origins of Qigong

People live in the centre of China, along the Yellow River . The area is damp, therefore suffering from tiredness, depression and hot and cold illness similar to today's ME -myalgic encephalomyelitis or post-viral syndrome is common. The curing method is Daoyin breathing techniques and Angiao stretching . The movements and breathing patterns of animals were also regarded as valuable examples to follow. In his book Chunway Chu, written around 600 BC and dealing with the subject of breathing, Zhuang Zi said 'Breathing techniques can improve metabolism moving like a bear and a bird will result in longevity.'

Armor Pugilist

Armor pugilism is an intense style specializing in using extreme physical conditioning combined with secret breathing techniques to make the flesh as tough as steel. Armor pugilists are fearsome warriors they seem invulnerable to all but the most powerful attacks while shunning any protection.

Qi in Taijiquan

Qigong means 'internal work' and involves standing in certain postures using certain breathing techniques described in the coming chapters. Using the method we are able to build upon or 'given or prenatal' Qi and then make it flow using the Taijiquan form. Photo No. 3 shows the basic 3-circle Qigong stance.


Most young people and adults breathe by raising and opening the chest cavity. Many people who do conventional fitness exercises and take part in strenuous sports breathe from the chest as well. This is how their breathing has developed in the years since birth. Our goal is different, however. We want to return to the powerful, deep breathing we were born with, in order to enhance the power of our vitality.


Promotion of good circulation in the internal organs (zhang fu) forms a good basis for bodily development. Such bodily development is usually attributed to Qi which is, for the Chinese at least, the lifeforce of the body. It is consists of the jing of the kidney, refined food transported and digested by the spleen and the stomach and clear air taken in by the lungs. In other words it is the vehicle for bringing nutrients and energetic elements (the result of good organ function) to the body, including the bones and musculature. Good circulation means a healthier body and mind. The deep breathing and mental focus to bring physiological changes to improve circulation are a result of the mind which is a part of the conciousness (Shen).

Week Set 1Set

Correct lifting techniques are critical for achieving maximum benefits and preventing injury. Lifting form, speed, and breathing techniques are all important for weight training. The lift should be performed as a controlled movement with proper form. Do not compromise your form as it will not help but rather increase your chance of injury. The appropriate speed of lifting needs to be applied to all exercise movements. When performing exercises, such as the bench press, squat, biceps curl, lat pull-down, etc., the weight should be moved at a rate of 1-2 seconds in each direction. This will ensure your safety and optimize strength training. Proper breathing techniques must be used during weight training. Exhale during positive weight movement (moving the weight against gravity). This helps prevent the valsalva maneuver (an increase in internal pressure caused by holding your breath during lifting exercises) which can result in damage to the cardiovascular system. Never hold your breath...

Beiquan ijiquan

MY It had both moving and standing, and also breathing exercises and the natural way. Outside of China a lot of people think Qigong is something different, separate from martial arts. Actually it isn't. It was created by the oldest martial artists, from their experiences. For Medical Qigong you have to have a lot of knowledge on the medical side, but the Chinese Qigong doctors learnt a lot from martial arts Qigong. They add to this their medical knowledge, and use this to treat their patients. Sometimes it is hard to judge as Qigong is something we cannot see, but Qigong definitely works. The only way to measure it is to see how the patients feel. This is one part I never touched in China. I learnt a lot of Qigong and taiji sets, but never went into this side. The reason I never went into it was I could see so many people doing taiji in China I thought I don't need it. I was also very young. When I left China I was only twenty-five so I thought, if I really want to start a Qigong or...

Chi Ki and Prana

The concept of breath as life and the importance of deep breathing aren't exclusively Asian. For instance, the great Greek physician Galen held that something could only be considered exercise if it increased respiration, and that respiration was important to health and to success in physical activities. Martial Arts refers to any such view of life force and the powers that derive from it as chi, regardless of its cultural origin.

HUA 8th Kanji Mudra

Kuji Kiri Mudras

Just as one cannot plunge headlong into the practice of Qi Gong (breathing exercises), one cannot return to the real world from such an experience without some transitory phase. The ancients have taught the following movements to calm the mind and body and return them to a more balanced condition before the conclusion of the exercise. Suddenly standing after any of the preceding techniques would almost certainly result in the blood rushing from the head, causing one to faint before the heart can compensate.

Warrior Stretching

Static stretching is a controlled stretch that does not involve motion. It involves holding a position for 15-30 seconds. You stretch to the farthest point and hold. A specific muscle or muscle group is extended to the point right before pain. During static stretching, concentrate on relaxing the target muscles and breathing deeply. Relaxed stretching is also very good for cooling down after a workout and helps reduce post-workout muscle fatigue and soreness.

Tung Seventh Kanji

From this level on, only proper breathing techniques are employed, and the Kanji are visualized instead of being traced in the air. This is because, by this time, the student is sufficiently skilled in linking the memory and the imagination. This consists of inhaling through the nose for a period of four heartbeats, holding the inhalation with the diaphragm for two beats, exhaling for four beats, and holding the exhalation for two beats. This completes one round of the Fourfold Breath. The tip of the tongue remains lightly against the roof of the mouth. Repeat this exercise eighty-one times. If you are meditating with a chant for a specific center, the ex-halation will be performed through the mouth while forming the appropriate sound. It should be no longer than four heartbeats.

TAI 4th Kanji Mudra

This exercise begins a second phase in breathing techniques. The first three exercises involved creating an oxygen debt, making the system more acidic, and were concerned with the accumulation of energy. The next three are designed to saturate the blood stream with oxygen, making the system more alkaline these are concerned with the direction of energy. These are characterized by the breezy sensation felt on the tongue during the performance of this exercise. The last three exercises are concerned with the transmission of energy.


1777 - In China, White Lotus rebels - relying on martial arts, breathing techniques, and magical incantations to protect them from bullets - fight Manchu soldiers. The troops use guns to crush the rebels, but many kung fu practitioners continue to believe that their art can make them invulnerable to bullets.

Physical Preparation

One cannot embark on the path of enlightenment all at once. Development of the mind can be achieved only when the body has been prepared. The breathing exercises given here are strenuous in the extreme-some may produce unconsciousness. The shock to the body could be quite severe unless proper precautions are taken. Therefore, people with heart trouble, chronic ailments, diabetes, or similar infirmity are advised to practice only these preparatory exercises for at least ninety days before attempting the breathing techniques. Nor should this practice be undertaken while under the influence of any form of medication, narcotic, or alcohol. The following exercises prepare the body for the experience of inner energy. They are certainly Chinese in origin, therapeutic in nature, and essential to Kuji Kiri practice. Similar exercises are found in many Yogic traditions. Some hold that this series of movements (excluding the breathing techniques given here) is derived from an ancient Chinese...

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