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Lions Roar : September 2017
6. Open mouth slightly with the tongue resting on the roof of the mouth. 7. Eyes open, gazing about four finger widths past the tip of nose. A Body-Sensitive Posture We all have different bodies and capa- bilities. It is important to adjust this demanding traditional posture to meet the needs of our own bodies, and not struggle to adapt our bodies to the pos- ture. What is most important in terms of body posture is keeping the back and spine as straight as possible and remain- ing comfortable. So the seven points of a more body-sensitive posture could be: 1. Sit on a cushion or a chair, stand, or lie down. 2. Arrange your hands in any way that is comfortable. 3. Hold your back as straight as possible. 4. Keep your shoulders relaxed and chest open. 5. Hold your head at whatever level is comfortable. 6. Keep your lower jaw slightly open. 7. Keep the eyes closed or open. Japanese Incense since 1705 www.shoyeido.com LION’S ROAR | SEPTEMBER 2017 28