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    PLUS KI AND MINUS KI

    Below are movements we have all done in our daily lives. Try to be aware of your movements. You have to relax in order to perform them with plus Ki. This way allows you to unify mind and body and extend Ki.

    Sleeping * Waking up
    Putting on * Taking off
    Standing * Walking * Running * Bending
    Stepping in or on * Sitting * Getting in or out
    Picking up * Carrying * Holding
    Looking * Reading * Breathing * Speaking
    Eating * Drinking * Biting * Speaking
    Transporting * Climbing * Leaning
    Laughing * Smiling * Listening * Nodding
    Bringing * Grabbing * Pushing
    Pulling * Drawing
    Keeping * Assisting
    Opening * Closing * Cutting
    Breaking * Rolling * Washing
    Mixing * Wringing * Squeezing
    Wiping * Sweeping * Throwing * Catching
    Writing * Tying * Bowing
    Shaking or Raising Hands
    Bending Arms * Bringing Arms Down
    Clapping Hands * Brushing Off
    Holding Arms * Pointing
    Brushing Hair

    There are many more movements in our daily lives. Your life can change a lot if you perform them in a plus way. Do you keep a unified body while you move? You must start a daily practice. Sometimes you may not be sure what is plus and what is minus. It depends on your mind. Here are some examples:
    Action Plus Minus
    Scolding for the sake of the other emotionally
    Pulling with one point with arm power only
    Holding with relaxation with whole power only
    Standing with relaxation without any power
    Pouring with weight underside with weight upperside
    Pointing with extending Ki with hand only
    Closing eyes with extending Ki with stopping Ki
    Do you understand the difference? You mind has a real power. This proves that the mind moves the body. You must practice the Four Basic Principles to act in a plus way. Ki extends when your mind is on your actions and when you have compassion for your partner.

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