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Holding The Spear Palm

Stand on the edge of the circle facing in the counterclockwise direction. Assume the Rolling the Ball Palm posture and then turn the right palm over so it is facing away from you. As you turn it over, bend the elbow so the right palm is level with the forehead.

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Holding The Spear Palm

Stand on the edge of the circle facing in the counterclockwise direction. Assume the Rolling the Ball Palm posture and then turn the right palm over so it is facing away from you. As you turn it over, bend the elbow so the right palm is level with the forehead.

Another way to find the right hand palm position is to stand in the Pushing Palm posture and then raise the right hand to the fore-head. The left hand remains in its Supporting Palm position. The image is that you are holding a spear between the thumb and forefinger of both hands.

Holding Spear Palm

Perform the Simple Change as before, but maintain the palm positions when you toe-in. The right hand will appear to move from the forehead as your torso turns. When you toe-out, move both hands in an arc so that the left hand replaces the right at the forehead, and the right extends to the center of the circle.

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