Xin Huxi qigong part 3 – Chang Bao Qi Center breathing to increase your wealth of Qi

Xin Huxi Chang Bao Qi and other types of breathing

There are three main objectives in the practice of qigong balance, abundance and flow. It is through the regulation of the breath that you increase your Qi balance, the fullness of your Qi and create a smooth flow of qi through your entire system.

Xin Huxi, Center breathing, is one of the many types of respiration, which is defined with Chang Bao Qi (long, thin breath). Many types of breathing have been reported in the course of the centuries. Here are a few examples that show the depth and breadth of breathing concepts:

Fu Xi – skin to breathe (TI XI – body breathing, Dai Mai Xi – belt belt-breathing)

Dan Tian Hu XI – elixir field breathing

DAO Jia Hu XI – daoistische breathing

Di Wu Xin Hu XI – fifth gate breathing (Shang Dan Tian Hu XI – upper Dan Tian breathing)

Fan Fu Hu XI – reverse abdominal (Hu XI fan – reversed breathing)

Fan Tong Hu XI – back to the childhood breathing (abdominal)

FO Jia Hu XI – Buddhist breathing (normal abdominal breathing)

Fu sui XI – skin and bone marrow breathing

GUI XI – turtle, breathing

Shen XI – spirit breathe

Tai XI – embryonic breathing

Tiao XI, breathing to regulate

Wuji Hu XI – Wuji breathing (cavity-breathing – Xue Wei XI)

Yan XI – meditation-breathing

Zhen XI – is real or true breathing

Zhong XI – sole, which breathes

The Xin Huxi breathing technique is one in thoracic breathing (breathing with the chest) is not used. The breath comes from the movement of the abdominal area (Dan Tian). In Xin Huxi qigong, you focus on Chang Bao Qi develop and integrate it with Fo Jia Hu XI (Buddhist breathing – normal abdominal breathing) and fan Fu Hu XI (Taoist breathing – reverse belly breathing).

Efficiency of breathing is not new. All martial arts emphasize a kind of breathing efficiency and centuries-old documentation show, Zen priest and others writing about the need for a better breathing for mental and physical health.

It is necessary that you start Xin Huxi Chang Bao Qi to integrate the mind and the body. To achieve this, you need to focus first on the lower abdominal area; Xia Dan Tian (lower Dan Tian).

Xin Huxi Chang Bao boost the Qi Qi

As soon as you feel comfortable Xin Huxi would breathe in with normal abdominal practice to start, so that you can increase the abundance of qi in your system. To do this, you need to learn that reverse abdominal breathing fan Fu Xi Chang Bao Qi Hu leads to use. This can be learned by following the process below.

First, stand comfortably with your feet shoulder-width apart or buffets to sit on a Chair. Relax and breathe evenly and smoothly.

The reverse process of inhalation – gently close the mouth so that it is only sealed and touch your tongue at the upper gum line directly behind the teeth. You contract your abdominal muscles (pulling) as you inhale through the nose. Breathing should be slow, long and thin.

The reverse process of exhalation – mouth slightly open and touch your tongue on the bottom gums directly behind the teeth. Expand your abdominal muscles (“push” out) as you breathe out through the mouth. The exhale should be slow, long and thin.

Repeat these steps for 9, 18 or 27 breaths. Start slowly and concentrate on the breathing process.

Yongquan Huxi Chang Bao Qi – ‘breathing through the feet”

To do a more awesome exercise with Chang Bao Qi, ‘Gateway’ is breathing. A gateway is a place, usually an acupuncture-cavity, that facilitates the sharing of Qi between yourself and your environment. Two gates, the Laogong (pericardium 8) cavities in the palms and Yongquan cavities (kidney-1) on the bottom of the feet are used in this exercise. Here I’ll describe “two goals breathing” with Yongquan cavities.

To start, the senses with the mind, so that the qi to flow and to integrate balance throughout your body, mental images or visualizing your practice can add. An excellent visualization, which is with both image and feeling, that the “breathing through the feet.” The points which you need to focus are voids (flowing Springs kidney-1) Yongquan is located on the bottom of your feet, directly behind and off-center toward each ball of the foot.

Because all of the nerves in the body end or are associated with the soles of your feet, you should visualize the soles of the feet. Acupuncturists, reinforce soles of the feet and the nerve endings on the located there. Also, you are