Creates a Ki ball
Casting Instructions for ‘Ki Ball’
Creating a ki ball : Alright, before you start to make a ki ball, you should be comfortable with your visualization and also be in a position to control movement of your ki well.
Now, to start out, ground yourself, (or do ki breathing) like you ought to before every time you train your ki, then enter any position. It may be a riding horse position, a fighting stance, sitting, whatever is best for you. Now, your first few times making a ki ball you will want to perform a ki flame first, until you get the hang of it – the ki flame will create your energy flow more easily to form the ball. Next, place your hands about 3 inches apart, in a position as though you were holding on to some softball. Your fingers on each hand can be spread apart or they can be right next to each other, whichever way is more comfortable for you.
Now, imagine you ki flowing through your body (and out of your Dan Tien), up through your chest, down your arms, and in your hands; or, if it’s easier, flowing from your dan tien, from your stomach, through the air, and in your hands; when it reaches your hands, visualize it flowing from your palms in form of a flow, and when it meets in between your palms, compiling and forming into a ball. Or, if that doesn’t work, you can just envision your palms starting to shine and a ki ball fading into view between your hands, or picture ki swirling in between your hands and forming a ball, or even make your own way to do it. If your palms start getting warm/tingly/electric/magnetic, you’re making a ki ball. Bear in mind, some feel tingling, some sense heat, some equally, so in case you don’t feel one or the other, do not worry. NOTE: Do not worry if you cannot see your ki ball the first times making it. There are a couple ways to see your ki, which are discussed on the Seeing Your Ki page.
Once you can see the ball in your mind and feel it between your hands, concentrate on keeping it in the form of a ball. If you don’t focus on this, the ball might just dissipate in the air. Now in case you want, you can add more energy to it by simply transferring more ki into your hands and flowing into the ball. Do this as many times a day as you like, but if you feel any discomfort or uneasyness cease immediately.