1 Dao Form from Lung Hu Shaun Master Weng 12 Moves The Principles of Qigong 1) Adjust your psychology 2) Adjust your movements 3) Adjust your breath WARMUP 1. Opening and closing the chest arms out; Opening and closing the chest arms in 2. Interlock the hands turning to the sides, 3X on each side 3. Interlock hands pressing up, on toes 4. Come down with interlocked hands; Then over each leg; Then back 5. Grab behind the head with interlocked hands, closing down and opening up (forward and backwards) 6. Thigh soads stretch. Back leg stretched back in lunge, on the toe and hand on hip, other hand on bent leg 7. Knee rotations 8. Knee tapping 9. Toe on the ground foot circles 10. Leg shaking and kicking out to the side circling out PREPARATIONS Get into a Qigong (Quiescence) State of mind Stand with feet together Stand straight up Push out the Chest Fold the stomach in Arms relaxed at your sides naturally (fingers together) Chin tucked Eyes out and down Tongue at fire position (behind the teeth)
2 THE FORM SEQUENCE Opening Move: Qigong State 1. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands to Buddha Greeting 1 2. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands Rising to Buddha Greeting 2 3. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands Rising To Buddha Greeting 3 4. Turning And Looking At The Hand (Reach For The Stars Change the Big Dipper) 5. Double Punch Forward (Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You) 6. Claws Come Out 7. Nine Ghosts are going to remove sword from sheath Hold the Ball and Grab the Head 8. The 3 Pon, Chest, Waist and Knees Deep Squat 9. Green Dragon Extends Claws, Probbing Reaching 10. Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey 11. Bow Three Times 12. Turn the Head and Wag The Tail Closing Move: Pulling Down Heavens Opening Move: Qigong State Sink and bend both knees Peel left foot off ground, heel to toe Drag the left foot out to the left side Place left foot toe-to-heel, shoulder-width apart Equalize the weight and settle into the body Roll up the spine, shoulders rolling backwards and down Stretch the arms downward Lifting the arms forward flexion to 90 degrees (parallel to the floor) 1. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands to Buddha Greeting 1 Brings palms together keeping the fingers together Sink the elbows to draw hands in front of heart, fingers pointed at an angle out (15 degrees from vertical). Hands one fist from chest (form an arc from shoulder to arms) 2. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands Rising to Buddha Greeting 2 Elbows rise laterally up and hands peel from base to finger tips (fingers are pointing at each other, touching or not touching) Bring hands closer to chest Palms are flat down and leveled with elbows (parallel with the floor) Hands move away from the body until fully extended Continue the movement out and around until straight out to your sides Dorsi flex the hands (finger tips pointed up toward the ceiling) Pressing out with the hands Gradually increasing tension and gradually releasing tension Return the hands palms down
3 3. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands Rising To Buddha Greeting 3 Bring the arms to the front continuing with parallel to the floor Press elbows out the sides while bringing the hands close to the chest Tilt the head forward (neck flexion or head slightly down) Palms turn up and press toward the ceiling and simultaneously come up on your toes Curl fingers to form fists and come back on feet Arms drop to the sides to 45 degrees 4. Reach For The Stars Change the Big Dipper Palms open up Sink and coil the body to the left Guiding palms first (movement is like moving in water, very heavy and slowly) Wrapping the left hand around placing the back on mingmen At the same time the right hand curves around to greater trocanter (hip bone) following your right hand with your eyes Unwind the body following the right hand upward (imagine it to be very heavy) Opening the arm to the right; C-shape the arms/hands; Middle finger pointing to acupoint mid-shoulder/ lau gong point Your mind is on your mingmen hand and eyes are at your right hand Unwind the body to neutral forward Bring the left hand out and reaching the fingers directly out to the sides palms down Sink and coil body to the right Unwind the body following the left hand upward Opening the arm to the left; C-shape the arms/hands; Middle finger pointing to acupoint mid-shoulder/ lau gong point Your mind is on your mingmen hand and eyes are at your left hand 5. Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You Shift weight to left leg and come up on the right toe pointing the right foot at 45 degrees out Bringing your weight to the right foot allow arms to relax Approach the LDT to hold ball Step with the left foot to the right, slight touching toe to the floor Right palm up (fingers forward) over the foot, Left palm (fingers back) up by left hip Step back and place foot turned in slight from 90 degrees (relative to the front foot) As you step back the right hand reaches forward the left hand reaches back, simultaneously to form a straight line; the line is angled up (think of a spear or pole) Roll fingers into fist, one at a time, starting with little finger Front fist is light holding a bouquet of flowers upward; Back fist is holding it downward Torque the body to the right coiling the arms to the center, as if pulling 2 ox tails with equal force along the centerline Gradually increase tension as you come to the center The front arm ends up 80 to 90 degrees from the ground, arm pits shouldn t touch (keeping a round structure) Rear fist should not touch the back Uncoil the body reaching forwards and backwards with fist to return to the starting position, gradually releasing tension Repeat 2 more times (total of 3X) Shift weight to the back leg Lift right toe and turn inward (forward to original facing position) Bring weight to right foot, bringing hands in front of LDT, palms facing down Pivot on the ball of the left foot, turning it out to 45 degrees, changing the weight to the left foot Left palm up over left foot, fingers point forward, right hand palm up at the right hip, fingers pointing backwards Step back with right foot and repeat like other side 3X Shifting the weight back to the right foot, turn left toe facing original position Shifting weight left, peel right foot head to toe Arms directly out to the sides
4 6. Claws Come Out Open fists face palms forward Keeping arms parallel with ground, Bring hands directly in front of the shoulders, palms facing each other Press elbows out, bringing the hands back toward lung 1, palms facing each other (edge of chest) When hands reach chest, fingers point up Push chest out and press hands forward turning palms forward Gradually increase tension, spread the fingers and open eyes wide Gently relax and release tension as the palms fall forward fingers out away from you and come together again Press elbows out, bringing the hands back toward lung 1, palms down Elbows drop, fingers point up, hands face each other Push chest out Repeat the pushing and pulling (above) 2 more times (total of 3X) 7. Nine Ghosts are going to remove sword from sheath Hold the Ball and Grab the Head Left palm comes over top of right palm holding ball (vertical) Turn torso the right looking over right shoulder behind us The arms separate the right hand, keeping palm up moves turn inward under armpit (teacup) reaching and extending arm backwards, left hand stays palm down and moves forward Twist body to the left, circle the left arm behind the back up the spine with palm out Right hand circles around the head, fingers at the root of the ear, thumb-side down Head looking left Turn body and head to the right, allow the ear to slip so that the fingers slide to shen men Left hand slides back to mingmen Bend the knees, tuck the chin, compress and twist body to the left as if trying to look behind to opposite heel, left hand moves up to shen dao. Keep knees straight over feet, never twisting the knees Uncoil up to your right so the left hand drops to mingmen again, Lift and open the chest, Look with your head to the right. Repeat 2 more times compressing and releasing On last one raise up to center, looking straight ahead Reach with left hand down and right hand up then bring them to the sides, straight out from the shoulder, palm down, parallel to the floor Turn to the right, wrapping right hand around the back fingers move up the spine, Twist body to the right, circle the right arm behind the back up the spine with palm out Left hand circles around the head, fingers at the root of the ear, thumb-side down Head looking right Turn body and head to the left, allow the ear to slip so that the fingers slide to shen men Right hand slides back to mingmen Bend the knees, tuck the chin, compress and twist body to the right as if trying to look behind to opposite heel, right hand moves up to shen dao. Keep knees straight over feet, never twisting the knees Uncoil up to your left so the right hand drops to mingmen again, Lift and open the chest, Look with your head to the left. Repeat 2 more times compressing and releasing On last one raise up to center, looking straight ahead Reach with left hand down and right hand up then bring them to the sides, straight out from the shoulder, palm down, parallel to the floor
5 8. Deep Squat The 3 Pon, Chest, Waist and Knees Begin from last move Step out with left foot Roll through the shoulders like bird flapping wings. The wave is like this: from waist up to shoulder then arm to hand. Bend the knees, about half way to where the thighs are parallel to the floor Hands drop to the level of the hip bone (iliac crest) Turn palms upward scooping Lift arms up to shoulder level as you rise Repeat squat with thighs parallel to the floor Repeat squat dropping waist below the knees Come up 9. Dragon Hands Green Dragon Extends Claws, Probing and Reaching Transition weight to the right leg Slide left leg up to shoulder width stance Thumbs curl into palms, then the other fingers beginning with small finger first, one at a time Pull clenched fists into the waist resting on hip bone Looking at the right hand roll the hand open fingers pointing down, outside of leg (GB) Slide and extend arm down Palms facing out, reach up, abduction (or away from the body) 80 degrees Make a dragon hand by pointing all 5 fingers toward you (fire finger above) Reach across to the left as far as you can, following with eyes, as you turn the body Turn torso back to neutral Flatten hands and bring fingers together Point fingers back and press down along outside of left leg Turn the body to the right dragging the palm heel first to the outside of the right ankle Turning the palm fingers facing back Straighten up stacking spine Sweep hand up folding thumb making a fist with little finger first Pull hand to original position resting on hip bone Repeat on other side 10. Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey Shift weight to the left, Turn right foot in, pivoting on the heel at 45 degrees Pulling the left foot in facing torso to the left Bring hands up the body to the side of the head Open to claw hand, come up onto toes, preparing to pounce Lunge out to the left foot, whipping torso like a wave with arms following in a tight circle Reload motion straightening the torso Lunge again forward Claws point down to the floor Come onto right toe knee points down Roll torso up, pushing chest forward, lifting the head up, pressing hands down Move weight back to right leg Come onto left heel and turn left foot to face forward Shift wt. to left foot Thumb and fist hand to the waist again Pull right foot in, torso facing the right side Repeat pouncing sequence on the right
6 11. Bow Three Times Shift wt. to left foot Come up on right heel Turn right foot forward Bring left foot in shoulder width Reach up with arms to PDH Resting the hands on the back of the head cupping hands to the ears Drum with the index finger sliding off the middle finger 7X Tuck chin, bend at the waist 30 degrees, half way to waist Then again at 60 degrees, waist Then again at 90 degrees, below waist level Coming back up after 3rd bend, Pulled fingers away from the head and compress to the ears and pull out quickly and then press forward, shoulder level with both hands 12. Turn The Head and Wag The Tail Let hands drop forward, palms facing each other interlock fingers, pull toward chest elbows out Turn palms away, press out and away Turn palms toward you to the chest Point palms down and press down toward the floor Keep chin up and back extended Turn shoulder to the left looking over your shoulder to your tail, moving your hip toward shoulder, compressing the left side of the body Repeat 2 more times, 3 total Do the same on the right Final Move: Pulling Down Heavens (3X) Bend knees and let go of hands PDH 3X Also: Regulate your breath Pull down energy to LDT Put weight on right foot then lift slowly the left foot to meet the right foot, stand straight, fingers together hands to the sides Rub hands together creating friction and wash face and sweep over head to the back
7 Opening Move: Qigong State 1. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands to Buddha Greeting 1 2. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands to Buddha Greeting 2 4. Turning and Looking at the Hand Reach For the Stars Change the Big Dipper, Other side 3. Buddhist Body Guard, Weituo Hands to Buddha Greeting 3 5. Double Punch Forward Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You 5. Double Punch Forward Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You 4. Turning and Looking at the Hand Reach For the Stars Change the Big Dipper
8 7. Begin: Hold the Ball Grab the Head Nine Ghosts Are Going to Remove Sword From Sheath 5. Double Punch Forward Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You, Other side 5. Double Punch Forward Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You to Remove Sword From Sheath 5. Double Punch Forward Pulling the Nine Oxan Tails, Draw Them to You 6. Claws Come Out
9 8. Prepare: Deep Squat; to Chest, to Waist, then to Knees The 3 Pon 8. Begin Deep Squat to Chest The 3 Pon 8. Deep Squat to Chest The 3 Pon, Other side 8. Deep Squat to Waist The 3 Pon 8. Deep Squat to Knees The 3 Pon
10 9. Prepare: Green Dragon Extends Claws, Probing Reaching 10. Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey 9. Green Dragon Extends Claws, Probing Reaching 10. Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey 9. Green Dragon Extends Claws, Probing Reaching 9. Green Dragon Extends Claws, Probing Reaching 10. Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey; Other side 10. Begin: Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey 10. Crouching Tiger Pounces on His Prey 11. Begin: Bow Three Times (Deeper each time)
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12 Rub hands together creating friction and wash face and sweep over head to the back
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