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    I noticed that I have been tending work both sides at the same time but that the videos show working one side/one hand and then the other. I was wondering if that was for a specific reason or just for simplicity to demonstrate. As no lines of the hand motions cross, it seemed logical to work the L/R hand around L/R leg and then up at the same time but maybe I’m causing a qi storm to brew :)

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    Hi Priscilla – probably because the full first exercise is done side to side when you combine with the leg movements, so it’s just preparing you for that. Easy tiger! :-)

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    I think one side at a time is because when you do movement 1 in its entirety, you should be in one leg fully grounded, qi down when the other leg is knee forward, qi rising.

    The entire weight is in one leg alternating. While the other leg is knee forward (no weight on the rising qi leg) and hand bringing the qi up through the meridian lines on the non weighted leg alternating.

    Just realised a few years ago since this first posted. Wonder how you doing now?

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