Are you aware that anger, frustration, resentment and stress are the emotions/feelings that correspond to the Liver?
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Try the following Qigong for your liver:
"Punching with an Angry Gaze" is a somewhat controversial movement.
The legs are in a horse-riding stance, about 3 feet apart and the fists clenched, palms upwards.
Sometimes people think they have an anger problem, and sometimes they think they are never angry.
Here we might become aware of anger and therefore be more able to recognize it.
This exercise is part of The Eight Section Brocade Chi Kung. You can read about other exercises in the series in the posts below:
Starting Position: Wu Ji
Hips are raised, butt tucked, and lower back strong.
Arms are positioned at the waist. Hands are held in a soft and relaxed fist. Palms are up.
Slowly extend the right arm to the front, turning the fist as the arm moves forward. The arm should be gently lifted up and extended. The arm should end at about chest level. The fist should be palm down at the end of the extension. Do not use intense and powerful muscular force to strike forward.
Exhale through the mouth as the arm moves out, inhale through the nose as the arm moves in. The lips should be slightly parted, with the tongue at the top of the mouth.
Eyes should be wide open, staring forward, and the gaze should be intense.
Clench your teeth, part your lips - snarl!
Imagine that energy is projected outward from the fist and moves into an imaginary opponent. This energy travels along a path set by your stare.
The right arms returns to the waist as the left arm duplicates the previous movement of the other arm. The combined movement results in alternating soft punches by each arm.
Repeat the soft punch with each hand for a number of repetitions: 2, 4, 8, 16, 36, etc
Stay relaxed, keep your head up, and keep your back straight.
Stand up straight and tall. Lift the head. Tuck the chin inward a little.
Loosen Up, Soften, Merge and Relax.
Feel yourself sinking and rooting into the Earth.
Free up the mind, reduce thinking, forget, become outside more.
How to build up Chi (Qi) to fight off illness and maintain good health
Zhan Zhuang - foundation of Internal Martial Arts