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Exercise 3. As an active element, a “tool” in the Tao-in system, only hands are used. It is enough to rub them together or shake them, as immediately, starting from the wrist, blood circulation, the movement of nervous energy and the flow of energy “ki” intensify (Fig. 3, pose 3). In this case, a coordinated activity of the main parts of the lung meridians, blood circulation and sexual function, as well as the heart meridian is created, their excitement or calming occurs. Meridians are a kind of “channels” (outwardly similar to neither blood vessels nor nerve fibers), through which external organs are connected with internal organs, the entire surface of the skin with muscle and bone material. The human body is pierced by 14 major meridians. When toning the body, the flow of energy is directed to any one organ, while as a result of the calming process, the released ki energy spreads throughout the body and stimulates its functions. Therefore, the calming process actually provides much more effective stimulation than toning. Exercise 4. Testing the flexibility of the joints of the fingers is an important test of the general condition of the body. The fingers should bend back easily and painlessly when pressed, reaching a position at right angles to the palm of the hand (Fig. 3, pose 4a). Another way to check the condition of the joints is to try to grip the fingers when the arms are diagonally laid behind the back. Small movements of the arms in one direction or the other, with some tension, stimulate the meridians of the bladder, heart, small intestine and lungs (Fig. 3, pose 4b). Exercise 5. The meridians of the lungs, heart, blood circulation and sexual functions are stimulated by alternating light thrashing on wrists free in a joint. At the same time, the fingers of the hand that is being beaten are slightly bent into a fist, and the force of the beating is determined by the weight of the fist itself (Fig. 3, posture 5). Exercise 6. Around the wrist are the most important acupuncture points. This exercise stimulates not only meridians that lie deep, but also meridians that go along the arm outside the upper part of the wrist (Fig. 3, pose 6). Exercise 7. Rotation of the thumb (Fig. 3, pose 7), as well all other fingers help stimulate the endings of the meridians. So, the meridians of the lungs …