Qi movement refers to the movement of qi in all parts of the body including zang-fu organs and meridians. It motivates and propels the physiological functions of organs and tissues. Qi movement is manifested in such basic forms as ascending, descending, exiting, and entering (i.e., upward, downward, outward, and inward movement). It is precisely because of the constant movement of qi that human body is able to exhale the stale and inhale the fresh, ascend lucidity and descend turbidity, be in an endless state of generating and transforming, and maintain normal metabolism and life activities. Balanced qi movement of ascending, descending, exiting, and entering is essential for maintaining life activities.