Make yourself Stronger with the Mustang Tuna Technique II


As we practice the Mustang Tuna Technique, it involves breathing in and breathing out air. Thus, it is a form of deep breathing.

However, it goes beyond regular deep breathing. The Mustang Tuna Technique involves three basic elements which are regular air from around us, the body part called Dantian, and the action called Tuna. These are discussed in part one of this article. We will now continue with the explanation of the technique.

After we practice the Mustang Tuna Technique, we may sweat profusely, but our heartbeat is normal and our energy is refreshed. It looks like a dynamic exercise, but is actually a static exercise. It aims to build up our inner strength.

When we say internal strength, we mean that the internal organs are moved through the practice, so that the internal organs will become strong. They eventually will no longer be so weak as to let diseases bully them.

If you think about it seriously, you will find that most serious diseases are diseases of the internal organs. Diseases of muscles and bones are traumatic injuries and are relatively easy to treat. If we have problems with our internal organs, they are more difficult to treat.

Therefore, it is necessary for us to exercise the proper way using the Mustang Tuna Technique, so that our blood and vital-energy will flow correctly. Once that happens, our organs will be properly nourished. We would have prevented most diseases from happening.

As practitioners of Life Cultivation, we frequently practice the Mustang Tuna Technique. This is a very subjective way of practice. By this practice, we seek to adjust the movement posture, breathing mode and spiritual awareness. Our breathing will become deep and long, moving the diaphragm up and down, and have a gentle massage on the internal organs, so that the internal organs become active.

It doesn’t mean that the Dantian is quiet. It means that the air is let in and the air and blood will massage the viscera along the way. In this way, we will actually feel that the Dantian is very full here.

It is said that the act of collecting fresh air and exhaling is a static exercise. We adjust our mind when exhaling and inhaling. That is, on the basis of setting a certain posture, adjusting the breathing method, and relaxing the mind, we eliminate distracting thoughts.

When the mind is thus unified, the brain enters a special quiet state, which makes the activities of brain cells tend to be orderly, and the brain is fully rested, thereby enhancing the coordination of the cortex and the subcortical center, and improving the body’s ability to repair and resist diseases.

The dynamic part of the practice is manifested in the visceral massage produced between breaths through its slow rhythm and close coordination of thoughts and breathing. The unique Dantian-controlled breathing method will adjust and enhance the physiological functions of various systems of the body. It will achieve the effect of curing diseases and prolonging life.

The static part of the practice refers to the self-exercise of mind and breath to make practitioners enter a state of tranquility, thereby adjusting and enhancing the physiological functions of various systems in the whole body.

Dynamic and static are relative terms. Dynamic work is dominated by motion, but there is stillness in motion. Static work is dominated by stillness, but there is motion in stillness.

An external manifestation of inner strength is that the body is soft and the muscles and bones are also supple. When the body is soft, blood will circulate smoothly, and the body will relax. If we exercise using brute force, our limbs will not relax, and our blood and energy flow will be impeded, leading to the feeling of pain.

The Mustang Tuna Technique of deep breathing is simple and easy to practice for ordinary people, and it allows beginners to experience the changes in their bodies within a few minutes.

However, the Mustang Tuna Technique has a more advanced level of practice referred to as the Xisui Technique. Most of the Life Cultivation Practitioners do not go for this practice, especially for the weak and seniors. It is a very unsafe practice, so we will skip over it here.

For those who are eager to learn the advanced features of the Mustang Tuna Technique, they may learn it as part of the Mustang Fangzhong Technique which is devoted to health and sexual activities.

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Folks, that is all for now. If you think this article may be beneficial to your friends and loved-ones, feel free to forward this article to them. Life cultivation is mostly for older people with declining body health. If you are young and energetic, this may not be your cup of tea. However, if you have family members or friends who are middle-aged or older, they may want to practice life cultivation to maintain a life without pain or medication.

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