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Move slowly ‘ as if ’ moving fast. Move in air ‘ as if ’ moving in water. Move ‘ as if ’ still. Be still ‘ as if ’ moving. If one practises with a feather, respecting it ‘ as if ’ it were steel, ultimately steel may be […]
If you observe Tai Chi people fencing you will hear more laughter than in any other Tai Chi action, and you may have noticed if you have seen the films of Professor Cheng fencing, that he was definitely ‘amused ’ .
A general way of measuring sword length is with the pommel on the floor, the point reaching near but not higher than your navel. However since the length of the blade is the most important element, and …
Concepts like „hanging from heaven“/„being suspended from above“ – to keep the head up straight – or the instruction to tuck in the tailbone – to move Huiyin to its „ideal“ position – are generally paid with