The different sounds. They are accessing different locations within the body to compress, to mobilize force there.
When you make make this sound, there are some very specific muscles which is at the same time with this sound starts to contract from the exhalation of different exercises. Do I have to pay attention on the sounds that I’m making with my lung or with my throat or mouth? The Qigong, the methods that I have learned. Also the Qigong and all the exercise that I am teaching you, I don’t pay so much attention on the sound quality of them. There are methods and there are teachings and Qigong styles which are very much emphasizing the use of sounds.
What does a sound has to do with your body or the practice of these internal methods? And therefore, I can just give you two sounds. In the Shaolin temple, we have a lot of Kang Fu forms. And a very famous form is Xiao Hong Kong. It’s the small flooding fist, the small Hong fist.
And the way how it ends. I show you how it ends. It ends from here.
So it sounds like a very loud and a very strong Kui, like an H and a U. Now, you don’t have to make it so loud and wake up your neighbors. But if you just try it right now, just try this for yourself. When you make this who sound.
So then while you make this sound, I want you to pay attention on your abdomen area. When you make the sound, there are some very specific muscles. The area of your body, which is at the same time with the sound, starts to contract the hook. And this hole brings it very much to a very specific location. If you exchange the sound and just make ha, ha, ha, or you take an even more strange, it’s a different location.
The who, the different sound. As for my understanding, they are simply accessing different locations within the body to compress, to mobilize force there. This is the reason why there can be different martial art systems in different Chigo system. The usage of sound.