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Put the tip of your tongue as close as you can to the roof of your mouth without touching. Put both palms on your lower abdomen below the navel. Soul Power. Say hello: Dear soul mind body of Tao, Dear soul mind body of the Divine, Dear soul mind body of all universes, galaxies, stars, and planets, Dear soul mind body of Heaven, Dear soul mind body of Mother Earth, Dear soul mind body of all my spiritual fathers and mothers in all layers of Heaven, Dear soul mind body of all my systems, organs, cells, cell units, DNA, RNA, tiny matter in the cells, and spaces between the cells, I love you all, honor you all, and appreciate you all.
You have the power to create and form my Jin Dan. I am extremely blessed. I cannot honor you enough. Thank you.
Mind Power. Visualize a beautiful, bright, and powerful golden light ball forming in your lower abdomen, just below your navel. Sound Power. Chant or sing for at least fifteen minutes. It is best to chant or sing for thirty minutes to one hour.
Building a Jin Dan takes time and effort. The more you chant or sing, the more quickly you will build your Jin Dan. Let me explain each line of the seven-line mantra used as the Sound Power in this practice to build a Jin Dan. Tao is the creator. Tian yi zhen shui falls down from Heaven through the crown chakra just above the top of the head , and then goes through the brain and the palate into the mouth.
Gold and jade express the preciousness of this liquid. Jin Jin and Yu Ye are also the names of two acupuncture points that are located under the tongue. It gathers the message, energy, and matter of Mother Earth.
Jin jin yu ye comes in through the Yong Quan Kidney 1 acupuncture points, which are located on the soles of the feet between the second and third metatarsal bones, one-third of the distance from the webs of the toes to the heel. It then goes up through the center of the legs to the Hui Yin acupuncture point in the perineum between the genitals and the anus , and then up through the first five soul houses the seven soul houses correspond closely to the seven chakras in the center of the body.
From the fifth soul house in the throat, it moves to the Jin Jin and Yu Ye acupuncture points under the tongue, from which it then flows out into the mouth.
This Dan Tian refers to the Lower Dan Tian, which is one of the most important energy centers in the body. Jin Dan is located slightly above the Lower Dan Tian. They all join as one in the Jin Dan. Let me summarize the essence of the meaning and significance of each line in this sacred mantra: Tao Sheng Yi.
Tao creates One. One includes all universes, galaxies, stars, and planets. Chanting Tao sheng yi gathers message, energy, and matter from Tao and from all universes. Tian Yi Zhen Shui. Jin Jin Yu Ye.
Yan Ru Dan Tian. Shen Qi Jing He Yi. All the souls, energies, and matter of the whole body join as one in the Jin Dan. Tian Di Ren He Yi. Jin Dan Lian Cheng. From Tao sheng yi, tian yi zhen shui, jin jin yu ye, yan ru dan tian, shen qi jing he yi, and tian di ren he yi, the Jin Dan is formed. This is the simplest way to form a Jin Dan: by gathering message, energy, and matter from Tao, the Divine, all universes, all galaxies, all stars, all planets, all layers of Heaven, Mother Earth, the human realm, and from your own soul, mind, and body.
For a new but dedicated practitioner who practices for one hour each day, it generally takes about four hundred hours to build a Jin Dan. It would take such a practitioner more than one year to build a Jin Dan through dedicated daily hour-long practice. Someone who practices two hours per day could form a Jin Dan in about two hundred days.
The Divine and Tao are guiding me at this moment that this sacred divine and Tao teaching could help you build your Jin Dan eight to ten times faster than traditional ways. The traditional ways and practices could even take decades. We observed a significant correlation between the interscapular distance and the thickness of the soft tissue layer with the BMI at BL25, BL As a result, using proportional methods is relevant for the success of acupuncture therapy [ 24 ].
Association between nerve contact and de-qi was also discussed. The rate of median nerve penetrations by the acupuncture needle at P6 was surprisingly high, but these seemed to carry no risk of neurologic sequelae. De-qi at P6 did not depend on median nerve contact, nor did it prevent median nerve penetration which confirms the idea that acupuncture is a safe treatment method [ 25 ]. From the needling angle perspective, safe needling angle should be 10 degrees more than dangerous angle at 7 points from bladder meridian 1st side line [ 27 , 29 ].
The measured depth of GV14, all back bladder meridian points, and some chest points were greater than documents from ancient writings [ 28 , 29 ]. The depths of all back bladder meridian points and some chest points highly correlated with body thickness and Tong Shen Cun [ 29 ]. Points of female chest had greater depth than male. De-qi depth is related to therapeutic effect; however, no correlations between the de-qi depth and electric resistance of each point in the chest and back regions were revealed [ 29 , 31 ].
The therapeutic depth was defined as the depth at which the needle is in the muscular layer of specific acupuncture point. Chen et al. The therapeutic depth of abdominal acupoints was closer to the safe depth in overweight and older children aged 7 to 15 [ 32 ].
Depths from in vivo CT images revealed that they were greater than the ones retrieved from cadavers [ 26 , 27 ]. According to the research of Lin, there were significant differences in chest points within the same sex, however, female chest points had greater depths [ 37 ]. The depths increased significantly with age and body size yet with large variations [ 34 ].
Lian suggested that needling depths of acupoints BL11 to BL21 ranged from 12—40 mm and not affected by age, body sizes, and disease types. Gender and side differences also existed, and depths measured were shorter compared to ancient writings [ 79 ]. Streitberger et al. The ultrasound has the advantage of acquiring real-time images; as a result, the authors were able to observe actual nerve contacts by the needle tip, and thus the possible complication of nerve penetration was recorded for analyses leaving no neurological sequelae [ 25 ].
This is another measuring method used extensively in early investigations which continues to be valuable for certain points. A few studies defined the safe depth and dangerous depth for needling, respectively.
Yan et al.
Li et al. Consequently, there is no universal definition of dangerous depth, safe depth, or therapeutic depth. Wang proposed that the needling depth of ST7 and SI18 revealed no side difference, and the mean inserting depths from skin surface to sphenopalatine ganglion are There was no side difference in dangerous depth in ST7, ST12, SI18, GV15, GV16, and GB20, 7 points from bladder meridian 2nd side line , 7 points from bladder meridian 1st side line , 28 acupoints in back and lumbar regions, and 23 chest points [ 26 , 27 , 81 , 84 , 95 — 97 ].
Details of each research are summarized in Table 5. Lin had first investigated the needling depths of acupuncture points regarding de-qi in a series of researches since [ 29 — 31 ].