The Closing Sequence [Video]

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At the end of our practice, we go through a series of steps that we call The Closing Sequence.  This sequence brings three main benefits.   First,  it helps us to transition  from a deep meditative state back to our everyday reality.  Second, it stimulates acupuncture points around the eyes, keeping the them healthy.  And third, it brings energy to the face, helping us to look younger.

You should do The Closing Sequence at the end of every 15-Minute Routine.  You can also do it on its own.  For example, if you’re sitting at your desk at work, and you’re losing focus, go through The Closing Sequence.  It only takes a minute, and you’ll feel much fresher afterward.

Here is a video review of the complete sequence.  You’ll also find all of the steps listed below.

  1. Thinking Gently of Dantian
  2. Rubbing the Hands
  3. Warming the Eyes
  4. Patting the Eyes Open
  5. Washing the Face
  6. Combing the Hair
  7. The Point Massage
  8. Rubbing Coins
  9. 24 Heavenly Drums

Mindfully yours,
Sifu Anthony

I’m Anthony Korahais, and I used qigong to heal from clinical depression, low back pain, anxiety, and chronic fatigue. I’ve already taught thousands of people from all over the world to use qigong for their own stubborn health issues. I teach online courses, and also lead in-person retreats and workshops.
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8 Responses to The Closing Sequence [Video]

  1. bahira July 13, 2012 at 1:15 pm #

    This is a helpful, visual reminder!

  2. Frank Thompson July 14, 2012 at 12:02 pm #

    Thank you Sifu Anthony for the review. Sometimes I get the sequenceout of order. Your video helps me to stay on track.

  3. Anthony November 12, 2013 at 1:40 am #

    Wow, i felt the point massage just by watching video =)

  4. Tim January 2, 2014 at 4:04 am #

    Well now. Have a couple of thnings to say. I have started working on a self-help project in Norwich, UK. I happened by finding out about the project in Australia, and rolled over here to the UK. Had I have found out about it starting here in the UK, I would have ignored it – closed mind. But I am Australian, and it started in Australia – open mind. I emntioned it to another group, starting another community project, they have open minds. We are very gradually getting started in Norwich, and one of the guys said he was interested in Qi-Gong, it had helped him. very much. he has been thru a pretty bad phase of life, found Qu-Gong thru other martial art interests, and wants other to have the benifit. Would I be interested? Why not, my mind is opening. We have been through 3 basic steps, (will have to find out what they are called), but I have started using them. The guy was so happy to be able to give something back to somebody, and I felt so good receiving it from him. he wants to give to others as well, and is obviously benefiting from what he has leaned.
    So I practice on an oil-rig, in the north sea, in the morning, in my cabin, next to the bathroom, during storms. No-where else to go really.
    I thought I would have a look at a few sites an hour ago, found this & started reading. Now, I was a leetle suspicious, it’s a very well laid-out site, giving away a bit of this & that. Then I watched this video. Well, I believe it now. Anthony’s demonstration is so very candid & open. I feel his belief. Guess I will be back.
    Have made notes, will give the 15 min routine a go, adn see where it goes from there. Thankyou.

    • Sifu Anthony Korahais January 2, 2014 at 10:42 am #

      You’re welcome, Tim. Thanks for the compliments, and I hope you enjoy the site. There’s a lot here!

      Also check out the free videos of Lifting The Sky, which I released with my new academy:


  5. Vernal October 22, 2016 at 8:09 am #

    Hi can you practice smile from the heart sitting and lying or just anywhere

  6. Chris November 18, 2016 at 8:52 pm #

    Could you put together this on video for purchase I would love to buy it feel peaceful while improving my will power

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