Body mechanics sitting, bending, the changes of the Dantian and some martial aspects of Tai Chi Body mechanics: Sitting and bending in the Tai Chi form In part 3 of the interview, Master Chen answers some questions about the Tai Chi body mechanics. Asked about the way he found out […]
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William C C Chen Q&A 1992 Part 2|4: Neigong, the connection of martial arts and meditation and Tai Chi as therapy In Part 2 of the interview, Master Chen answers the following questions: Techniques, secrets and ways to let students pay Asked about the technique of “Zhou Lei Feng” and […]
William C C Chen Q&A 1992 Part 1|4 Happy 90th birthday, Grandmaster Chen! To celebrate the life and teaching of Grandmaster William C C Chen, we are honored to publish a question and answer session given at one of his teacher trainings in Germany in the 1990s. Celebrating the 30th […]
“Don’t push back|don‘t pull away“ or “yield and wait“ he use to say again and again…
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When Cheng Man Ching unexpectedly died in 1975, he was buried with a traditional ceremony, which included the writing of a so-called funerary biography.
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When we cut, and even more so when we thrust, we must do it softly.
“If you hold the blade over your head, 10,000 sword faeries will laugh at you.”