_There is a suggestion that this Kata could be a sister Kata to Seiyunchin, as it uses supported or double handed techniques and the absence of Zenkustu dachi.
The first move suggests interaction of the planets and space in time; it also represents the circle of life and that time is only seeing the past.
The double handed techniques suggest the power of working together as a commodity for the good of all and the prolongation of truth.
The 45° step and the double hand movement suggest the turbulent waters before a tidal wave then the descent into a low stance suggests an earthquake.
Then the spiralling movement is a fearsome tornado to the end move, suggesting the beginning of calm.
_ Your foot movements should resemble the time lapse of a hypnotic Cobra snake.
From the first kame and punch, imaging you are trying to extinguish a lighted candle without touching it.
On the retraction and the turning of the hands, imaging you are doing Sanchin breathing without noise, at the same time your arms are as powerful as a boa constrictor, until the Juji Uke, which resembles the bite of the Cobra.
_ The kick, elbow and punch suggests a stampede of horses.
From the Juji Uke think like the stealth of a tiger, ready to pounce and surprise it’s pray.
As to the last move, this resembles a begging or happy dog.
The Element that this Kata portrays is Fire.
Chief Instructor OTGKA