The program consists of 3 parts. Part 1 has the focus to activate most acupressure points and meridians (there is no graphic because you can easily find that on the web) and ends with some of the most important exercises from QiGong and Tai Chi.
The exercises in Part 2 are grouped in threes with the same focus. This way it is easier to remember the sequence. After each group of three we hold the hands about 2 inches apart over the navel. Wpmen have the left hand on the outside, men the right one. This anchors the new energy in our body. After a short while the hands go down and form a circle. Palms face upward and rest above each other. The hands form the Dhyana Mudra which represents the spiritual power of the fire which transforms all impurities. It is a calming gesture of meditation that forms the perfect balance between body, mind and soul and is at the same time also a symbol for peace and inner strength.
Part 3 shows slow meditative movements which decrease stress and calm and harmonize the energy field at the end of the day. They bring your focus back to yourself and help you relax and unwind.
We stand completely relaxed with legs apart. Knees are always slightly bent as are the arms. Fingers slightly spread but relaxed. This posture enhances the flow of energy. Stretched arms and legs block the flow. The pelvis controls movement and is the basis for vital energy. The spine is the energy generator.