When practising fajin make sure your body( including your shoulders, arms and hands) is completely relaxed until impact.
Archives for May 2011
Yesterday it was raining and muddy outside so I couldn’t go into the garden to practice my Tai Chi weapon’s forms as usual.
So the options were either miss training or improvise and train inside my house. Well, I wasn’t going to miss training so I decided to practice these forms in my hallway. I cleared […]
In a previous post Tai Chi: Reverse Thinking I discussed a way of adding depth to your Tai Chi form by thinking in the reverse way of the direction you are moving.
Yesterday I was perfoming the Tai Chi from in my garden and a thought flashed through my mind of how you could use a […]
In Tai Chi the Yi (mind) leads the Chi (energy).
In other words, when you are doing your form your mind which involves your attention and intention should initiate a movement.
Using this concept avoids the problem of moving from posture to posture aimlessly. And if you move without the Yi leading the Chi then you are […]